shaolinbomber Posted June 3, 2013 Report Share Posted June 3, 2013 From the information I'm gathering now the Heat-shock proteins are supposed to be a protective response to acute body temperature rise or what the brain perceives to be upcoming damaging conditions.. The last research article I posted clearly stated that LSD and other excitotoxic chemicals, when introduced into humans, causes the reaction to take place and produces these little RNA "shields" to make sure important parts of our neurons aren't burnt out and killed off. I'm not sure if a semi-permanent to permanent alteration by these RNA proteins could cause a change in genetic coding of proteins from within the cell to adapt to the chaotic environment that LSD and similar drugs produce within the brain. This article here:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK6614/ explains all about the nature of this reaction in the brain and which genes produce it. It would be interesting to know whether or not David or Dr. A have taken a look at this as a possbility for the cause of the disorder. Any thoughts or feedback would be appreciated as I'd like to discuss this further with someone else. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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