User:Etienne Robillard/Notebook/GABA

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Various Notes

GlyT1 notes

  • Chloride-dependent glycine transporter 1 (GlyT1):
  • Mental retardation/early onset Alzheimer/amphetamine-induced locomotor hyperactivity: A criteria for employee selection in Quebec ? :(
    • Topic is Voluntary Slavery:
      • is their any better drug than Ketamine to turn someone into a schizophreniac and accept self-enslavement contracts? -ER
  • Chair conformational disubstitution of chloride-dependent Ketimine Schiff base: GlyT1 is a chloride-dependent ion transporter, therefore require a chloride hydroxyl anion to synthetize Glycine, unlike GABA, which activates upon Calcium-dependent ion transporter named Ca2+. -ER
  • Active methylene enolates note: a b-keto-ester compound (synthetic intermediate) with important pharmacological properties. Unlike a anti-depressor (ie: delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol), active-methylene enolates may be used for atypical neuroleptic-based chemotherapy. Note: You might be interested to read further on the functions of selective serotonin uptake inhibitors (SSRI) in particular Methylphenidate to understand the role of GABA in regulation of interneurons circuits. Moreover, this important finding might have serious implications on the method which the drug is delivered to the brain of humans exposed themselves to the undisclosed synthetic agent without their awareness or consent. Hence the population of Montreal and Quebec should be informed about the release and delivery of experimental pharmacological agents into the atmosphere may readily affect their cognitive reasoning capacities, including in particular the capacity to express logical thoughts from long-distance appearing objects. See also Arylcyclohexylamines and 30C6HSL.
  • YAY more GABA stuff

See also

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