"John E. Anderson" <jander at OSPREY.UNF.EDU> wrote in article
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> > By the way, CO or carbon monoxide is NOT a neurotransmitter. In fact,
> > is a toxin that outcompetes oxygen for binding sites on hemoglobin,
> > starving the body of oxygen. You may be thinking of NO, or nitric
> > which does have intercellular signalling functions.
>> CO *has* been proposed to be a neurotransmitter. I think there was a
> PNAS commentary article by Edelman and Gally several years ago which
> mentioned it.
> John E. Anderson
>jander at unf.edu>>
I stand corrected. Thanks, John.