a: Oligodendrocytes ~
b: genetic chemical libraries


"We know that some chemicals utilize common receptor sites. Most of these are chemicals are similar in structure. Also, there are several groups of chemicals that react on common receptor sites. I strongly speculate that oligodendrocytes are like genetic chemical libraries with millions of key holes awaiting a trigger. It can also be (strongly) suggested that these keyholes were created by human exposure to chemicals, many of which came from ethnobotanicals that are still today demonized."

Writer: Andrew Rutajit
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Mar 5 2015 5:15 PM

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