Posted by Miguel (18.104.22.168) on March 06, 2000 at 23:11:17:
In Reply to: 16 Degrees South posted by Q on March 06, 2000 at 11:30:55:
As I understand it, stadol interacts with the
dopa/opiate receptors, thus a likelyhood of creative
involuntary visual diversions is high.
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Neurotoxins may play a role in interfering/contributing to
depolarization, and possibly in signal tranduction prevention.
The effectiveness of treatment along those lines may indicate
that a polarization problem may at least be part of
the whole picture. Again, the damaged sheath and
"leaky ions" perhaps contributing to PGI2 release
from the vascular side by white blood cells trying to
"fix" the problem theory.
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