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<blockquote>“Whenever the will to power falls off in any way, there will also be physiological decline, decadence. And when the most masculine virtues and drives have been chopped off the god of decadence, he will necessarily turn into a god of the physiologically retrograde, the weak.” – Friedrich Nietzsche [http://euro-synergies.hautetfort.com/archive/2012/11/22/nietzsche-physiology-transvaluation.html Link]</blockquote>
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<blockquote>“Whenever the will to power falls off in any way, there will also be physiological decline, decadence. And when the most masculine virtues and drives have been chopped off the god of decadence, he will necessarily turn into a god of the physiologically retrograde, the weak.” – Friedrich Nietzsche - [http://euro-synergies.hautetfort.com/archive/2012/11/22/nietzsche-physiology-transvaluation.html Link]</blockquote>

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  • Calcium chloride (CaCl2) != potassium chloride [Ca2+]
  • potassium chloride = food additive
  • potassium chloride = KCl (anhydrous) [Cl-]
  • KCl (-) mediated CREB1 gene expression: ($35.95)
    • Keywords: CREB1, NMDA, potassium chloride, CaM kinase, striatal neurons, dizocilpine

Orthogonal serine/threonine-specific GSK-3 inhibitors

Notes

  • Désactivation sélective du récepteur NMDAR1 (Ser133?)
    • Note: Ser133 ? (NMDAR1): un récepteur critique à la formation de la protéine beta-amyloid (APP) 4 d'après de récentes études à ce sujet. [2]


References

  1. Macías W, Carlson R, Rajadhyaksha A, Barczak A, and Konradi C. Potassium chloride depolarization mediates CREB phosphorylation in striatal neurons in an NMDA receptor-dependent manner. Brain Res. 2001 Feb 2;890(2):222-32. PubMed ID:11164788 | HubMed [CREB-2001]
  2. Hijacking the Neuronal NMDAR Signaling Circuit to Promote Tumor Growth and Invasion [Li-Hanahan-1-2013]
  3. De Cesare D, Jacquot S, Hanauer A, and Sassone-Corsi P. Rsk-2 activity is necessary for epidermal growth factor-induced phosphorylation of CREB protein and transcription of c-fos gene. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1998 Oct 13;95(21):12202-7. PubMed ID:9770464 | HubMed [CREB-1998]
  4. Du K and Montminy M. CREB is a regulatory target for the protein kinase Akt/PKB. J Biol Chem. 1998 Dec 4;273(49):32377-9. PubMed ID:9829964 | HubMed [CREB-1998]
  5. Matthews RP, Guthrie CR, Wailes LM, Zhao X, Means AR, and McKnight GS. Calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase types II and IV differentially regulate CREB-dependent gene expression. Mol Cell Biol. 1994 Sep;14(9):6107-16. PubMed ID:8065343 | HubMed [CREB-1994]
  6. Lee HJ, Mignacca RC, and Sakamoto KM. Transcriptional activation of egr-1 by granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor but not interleukin 3 requires phosphorylation of cAMP response element-binding protein (CREB) on serine 133. J Biol Chem. 1995 Jul 7;270(27):15979-83. PubMed ID:7608156 | HubMed [CREB-1995]
All Medline abstracts: PubMed | HubMed

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“Whenever the will to power falls off in any way, there will also be physiological decline, decadence. And when the most masculine virtues and drives have been chopped off the god of decadence, he will necessarily turn into a god of the physiologically retrograde, the weak.” – Friedrich Nietzsche - Link