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What is cyclic adenosine monophosphate camp?

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What is cyclic adenosine monophosphate camp?

Adenosine: Adenosine works thro' Adenosine receptors a1 , causes depletion of camp, causing hyper polarization of the cell. Adenosine causes or induces atrioventricular block resulting in correcting rhythm abnormalities such as supra ventricular tachycardia. ...Read more

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What is cyclic adenosine monophosphate camp?

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Adenosine: Adenosine works thro' Adenosine receptors a1 , causes depletion of camp, causing hyper polarization of the cell. Adenosine causes or induces atrioventricular block resulting in correcting rhythm abnormalities such as supra ventricular tachycardia. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of cyclic adenosine monophosphate?

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What is the purpose of  cyclic adenosine monophosphate?

Adenosine: Adenosine works thro' Adenosine receptors a1 , causes depletion of camp, causing hyper polarization of the cell. Adenosine causes or induces atrioventricular block resulting in correcting rhythm abnormalities such as supra ventricular tachycardia. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of cyclic adenosine monophosphate?

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Adenosine: Adenosine works thro' Adenosine receptors a1 , causes depletion of camp, causing hyper polarization of the cell. Adenosine causes or induces atrioventricular block resulting in correcting rhythm abnormalities such as supra ventricular tachycardia. ...Read more

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What cures an adenosine triphosphate deficiency?

What cures an adenosine triphosphate deficiency?

Mitochondria: Rare genetic mitochondrial diseases can result in defects in ATP synthesis, resulting in muscle weakness and other symptoms. Nutritional supplements have been tried and some people think they help but there is very little evidence for this treatment. A good source of info is at http://www.mda.org/disease/mitochondrial-myopathies/causes-inheritance ...Read more

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Can autoantibodies against glutamine synthetase and/or glutamate dehydrogenase cause glutamate metabolism disorders?

Can autoantibodies against glutamine synthetase and/or glutamate dehydrogenase cause glutamate metabolism disorders?

Still searching: Glutamine synthase is part of the glutamine synthetase family. Ammonia incorporation in animals occurs through the actions of glutamate dehydrogenase and glutamine synthase. Glutamate plays the central role in mammalian nitrogen flow, serving as both a nitrogen donor and nitrogen acceptor. I am unble to find references in my search so far as to autoantibodies to these but see comment. ...Read more

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Does adenosine monophosphate work for shingles ?

Does adenosine monophosphate work for shingles ?

No: We have no really good treatments for shingles, not even the anti-virals. Time is the best treatment. ...Read more

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Which is rate metabolic disorder 4 hydroxy butyric aciduria?

Which is rate metabolic disorder 4 hydroxy butyric aciduria?

Probable ketosis: Beta hydroxybutyric acid is a compound formed during starvation, or diabetic ketoacidosis as the result of fat breakdown for energy in the absence of carbohydrates the question here is unclear, perhaps re submit? ...Read more

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What things, in the body, regulate glutamic acid? Glutamic acid decarboxylase? Glutamate receptors (nmda, ampa...Etc.)? What else is involved?

It's complicated...: There are some very exciting discoveries on the metabolism of glutamate... There are multiple pathways impacting on things such as gaba neurotransmitter, nitrogen clearance from the liver portal, etc... These pathways play vital roles in survival! please read this.... And email me your questions if you'd like! http://voh.Chem.Ucla.Edu/vohtar/spring04/classes/153ch/pdf/kelly%20and%20stanley.Pdf. ...Read more

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Hydroxyprogesterone hexanoate is androgen precursor with elimination half-life 7.8 d,for an injection 5ml of 250 mg/mL what is such androgenic effect?

Hydroxyprogesterone hexanoate is androgen precursor with elimination half-life 7.8 d,for an  injection 5ml of 250 mg/mL what is such androgenic effect?

A Hairy Proposition: In women, excess amounts of androgens can cause such "virilizing" effects as acne, hirsutism (excess hair growth in "inappropriate" places, like the chin or upper lip) and thinning hair. Long-time use is associated with serious health consequences, such as insulin resistance and diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disease. It all sounds like lots of fun, doesn't it? ...Read more

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Why is ATP the preferred energy currency , not GTP (guanosine triphosphate), CTP or TTP? Please answer me

Why is ATP the preferred energy currency , not GTP (guanosine triphosphate), CTP or TTP? Please answer me

Do not know: There are many quirks of life on earth that cannot be explained. Why are amino acids of L form and sugars of D form only? Why are neural circuits crossed so that left side of the brain controls the right side of the body? Why don't we live longer? Why don't we have eyes on the back of the head to be able to have 360 degree vision. Ask your God! ...Read more

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Why does acetylcholine, an inhibitory neurotransmitter, cause the adrenal glands to release stimulatory hormones?

Why does acetylcholine, an inhibitory neurotransmitter, cause the adrenal glands to release stimulatory hormones?

Not correct: Hi. Acetyl choline (ACh) is not an inhibitory neurotransmitter. The sympathetic nervous system uses ACh as the neurotransmitter in the sympathetic ganglia (the 1st synapse outside the CNS). Usually that's from one neuron to another, but in the adrenal medulla, the cells are really the second neuron, but they release their contents (catecholamines) into the blood, not onto an organ (like the heart) ...Read more

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Can N-acetylcysteine (NAC) be used to lower glutamate levels and/or treat glutamate rebound?

Can N-acetylcysteine (NAC) be used to lower glutamate levels and/or treat glutamate rebound?

Not definite: no specific meds for glutamate dysfunction, anything available has a lot of side effects. ...Read more

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Can psilocybin or lysergic acid diethylamide induce serotonin syndrome when combined with sertraline?

Can psilocybin or lysergic acid diethylamide induce serotonin syndrome when combined with sertraline?

Russian Roulette.: There have been no actual studies done on this for obvious reasons. I can say a couple of things that may be useful though. Given your medical history, it would be very ill advised to use either LSD or Psilocybin containing substances. Both are known to precipitate severe anxiety in those even without a history of panic disorder. They are illegal, and street drugs are often spiked with other drugs. ...Read more

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Is there any link between adenosine deaminase deficiency and paraganglioma/ pheochromocytoma?

Is there any link between adenosine deaminase deficiency and paraganglioma/ pheochromocytoma?

Not that I'm ....: Aware of. Ada deficiency is one of the causes of severe combined immunodeficiency (aka, scid). Paraganglioma has been specifically correlated with mutations in succinate dehydrogenase (sdh) mutations, and likely reflects a link between cell growth/fate specification, epigenetic control of gene expression and metabolism. ...Read more

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What would cause an intolerance to glutamic acid? Gad autoantibodies? Gad deficiency? Glutamate receptor autoantibodies(anti-nmda, anti-ampa)?

What would cause an intolerance to glutamic acid? Gad autoantibodies?  Gad deficiency?  Glutamate receptor autoantibodies(anti-nmda, anti-ampa)?

None of the above.: Msg - ubiquitous Amino Acid and major excitatory neurotransmitter in brain. Studied extensively. Does not cause allergy or intolerance except at high dose and only then in susceptible persons when given in large doses without food. See fda, j. Nutrition, food chem and toxicology, etc. ...Read more

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Could glutamine sr from mhp contains steroids hormone ?

Could glutamine sr from mhp contains steroids hormone ?

Who knows: what's in it, but it's unlikely to be steroids. What is known is that it's a waste of your money and won't help with any medical condition known to man. Don't get your medical information from tv, friends, or internet scams. ...Read more

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