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  1. PeskyPeater

    SSRI induced serotonin transporter degradation - now reversible

    This is about formula of Chinese medicine that can reverse damage from SSRI and can be used for treating HSP high Sensitive Person with the short allele of serotonin transporter gene. With possible recovery of sexual function or anhedonia. Abstract Ethnopharmacological relevance: Zuojin Pill...
  2. Mauritio

    Ray's New Newsletter: Aspirin increases heat shock Proteins (HSP)?

    Ray frames aspirin as anti-calcification substance in his new newsletter ("Gender, Aging & Disease Susceptibility" ) . Looking at the study he cited, it shows that they come to the conclusion that the anti-calcification effect is dependent on an increase in different heat shock proteins (HSPs)...
  3. Mauritio

    Testosterone, progesterone, caffeine and thymoquinone inhibit Coronavirus through HSP-binding

    So this study shows that one of the heat shock proteins is important for viral entry of coronaviruses (and many other pathogens!). The author looked for substances that are helpful in binding to HSPA5 ,so it won't bind to the virus. That's at least how I'm reading it. It's already known that...