Posted by Miguel (184.108.40.206) on July 27, 2000 at 00:10:29:
In Reply to: Yes Miguel posted by Ted on July 26, 2000 at 22:45:49:
Well, first of all, please cut the crap about layman.
I though I made it clear in my post that I was not
being pretentious or putting anybody down dude. :)
Hell, if anybody is gauged for ignorance based on
the number of question that such person asks...count how many
questions I have posted in the last 3 days...I guess
that would make the winning layman/dummy here. ROFL!!!
To address your question. I think you are asking the
same thing that I am asking in one of those 20 or 30
questions I have posted over the last few days. I am
asking that if the same molecule activates all the different
types of receptors why is produced in only one place and
then carried out throughout the body?
I posted a link to an abstract above that you may
find interesting with regards to this question. Note
that even platelets have 5-HT2A receptors...Now...
why in the world does a platelet have a 5-HT2A receptor?
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