Friday, 24 January 2014

Serotonin receptors in autism (update)

I think it is the serotonin receptors in autism that become damaged, the hydrogen bonds in the proteins stop being able to function leading to the receptor remaining open. It is similar to the damage to dopamine receptors in schizophrenia. I think in principle the hydrogen bonds become damaged from electrons from radio waves crossing over/resonating with the hydrogen atoms in the receptor. I would need to know more about proteins if this type of damage happens to other atoms in them. I thought It important to add this to my blog. Damion

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