Posted by Miguel (22.214.171.124) on August 14, 2000 at 18:23:05:
What triggers platelet aggregation?
Are platelets the "designated" serotonin carriers?
What messenger does the body utilize to call for
serotonin to be released?
Does PGI2 cross the blood-brain barrier?
Is serotonin secreted into the lymphatic system?
What is the messenger that tells platelets to release PGI2?
Does the lymphatic system "direct" flow to specific areas?
How do mocarophages interact with endothelial cells?
Is IL2 involved in CH?
How is serotonin moved accross the blood-brain barrier?
Are free radicals involved in CH?
How is the hypothalamus-adrenal gland info exchange regulated?
What triggers production of 5-HT2A receptors?
What role do baroreceptors paly in CH?
What regulates baroreceptors?
Are chronic CH and episodic CH two different syndromes
with similar symptoms?
Why do CH sufferers expect instant relief of a pernanent
nature from one single dose of whatever?
When we stop treating CH like a 2-aspirin-headache, there will be a syndrome.
Each one of the above could very well be rearch projects of
their own, wich may contribute to the solution. The more
answers...the closer we will get.
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