book about the brain and its functions

Ken Collins KPaulC at email.msn.com
Mon Jul 26 00:49:25 EST 1999


i stand on what i posted...

every neuro-active substance that exists, or which can be artificially
synthesized, is thoroughly discussed in AoK.

K. P. Collins

F. Frank LeFever wrote in message <7ngk0i$j3e at dfw-ixnews14.ix.netcom.com>...
>
>What a pathetic clutching at a pretense of knowing something:
>"implicit", oh, yeah...
>
>You would have been better off if you had left it implicit, but
>NO-o-o-o: you had to throw in a word you had read somewhere (as usual,
>without understnding the context at all).  At about the time you
>stopped reading, kainic acid  was all the rage for EXPERIMENTALLY
>INDUCED lesions, but surely you MUST know (QUICK, re-read AoK, it MUST
>be in there SOMEWHERE--maybe next to the missing fornix section?), MUST
>know that when people are talking about ENDOGENOUS OVERPRODUCTION due
>to seizure or stroke or trauma. they are talking about SOME OTHER
>excitatory amino acid; one which is very important in normal
>functioningf; indeed, one which is the neurotransmitter in perhaps 90%
>of the brain's synapses (well, don't flame me if I am off by 1 or 2
>percentt).
>
>Enough hints?  I won't say whatt it is until you've had a chance to
>look it up and post it and say "I knew that!"
>
>F. LeFever
>
>
>
>
>In <uVk4xnk1#GA.252 at cpmsnbbsa05> "Ken Collins" <KPaulC at email.msn.com>
>writes:
>>
>>'excitotoxins'... chemically-induced rampant TD E/I(up, up)... as in
>'kainic
>>acid'.
>>
>>it's all (implicit) in AoK, Frank.
>>
>>ken collins
>>
>>F. Frank LeFever wrote in message
><7nd3lg$o5a at dfw-ixnews4.ix.netcom.com>...
>>
>>>[...]
>>
>>>Knowing personally someone who has played a very important role in
>>>establishing the role of excitotoxins in hippocampal damage due to
>>>seizure, and giving considerable attention to the role of
>excitotoxins
>>>(i.e. over-produced excitatory amino acid transmitters) in other
>>>conditions (stroke, head trauma),
>>
>>>[...]
>>
>>
>





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