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Reversal potential/Equilibrium potential Definitions! (should be easy for you guys)

KP-PC k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%
Wed Apr 30 09:51:14 EST 2003


I stand on what I posted [The lesson entailed is Hard, but there's no
way around it.]

K. P. Collins

--
"Schmitd! Schmitd! Ve vill build a Shapel!"
"BilZ0r" <BilZ0r at TAKETHISOUThotmail.com> wrote in message
news:Xns936DC00B44CA2BilZ0rhotmailcom at 202.20.93.13...
| That dosn't mean the article is wrong, thats why drugs have side
effects,
| because they target unwanted biological aspects, the point of there
| experiment wasn't to show that that drug would make an for
excellent
| clinic application, they were just demonstrating that that receptor
is in
| someway involved in alcohol addiction...
|
| Well At least I assume they did.
|
|
| > I did find one article, though, that is just wrong, and needs to
be
| > corrected. [I didn't take the ref because I don't want to
negatively
| > impact anyone via what will be my 'hard' criticism. Get the gist
of
| > it, and forget about the stimulating report. It doesn't matter as
| > long as its oversight is 'cilled-in.]
| >
| > It was with respect to alcohol addiction.
| >
| > The premise was that it all comes down to the interaction of two
| > types of synapses [deliberately letting it remain vague -
'unzipped
| > flies' are Painful for me], and that, through manipulating these
| > pharmacologically, alcohol addiction can be ameliorated.
| >
| > The facts of experience were completely ignored.
| >
| > Alcohol addiction happens in a way that's coupled to
| > experientially-defined and acquired [learned] 'payoffs'.
| >
| > Any approach that doesn't address this experiential stuff will
'just'
| > muck things up.
| >
| > That is, it's probable that the target synaptic types are
involved in
| > generalized learning, not specifically with respect to alcohol
| > addiction.
| >
| > And, of course, folks don't want to interfere with generalized
| > learning.





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