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quinine

  1. haidut

    Quinine - liquid product for R&D

    Just a placeholder thread for now, until I organize all the references I think would be interesting/relevant to post here. For now, a quote from Peat on a recent interview about quinine and inflammation/ACE2, a very long thread/discussion in regards to quinine's anti-serotonin effects, and some...
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    The Role Of Extra-Oral Bitter Taste Receptors In The Treatment Of COVID-19

    Existing bitter medicines for fighting COVID-19 associated infectious diseases The sudden outbreak of COVID-19 has led to more than seven thousand deaths. Unfortunately, there are no specific drugs available to cure this disease. Type 2 taste receptors (TAS2Rs) may play an important role in...
  3. haidut

    Even Organisms Without Neurons Are Capable Of Intelligence And Learning

    I guess the conclusion of this study would be that "brains are overrated". I am waiting for the study that shows rocks are capable of feelings and then I think we can crown Peat a king :) Brainless slime has displayed "an unmistakable form of learning" Yellow Brainless Slime Learns to Avoid...
  4. haidut

    Quinine Is A Serotonin Antagonist And Inhibits Serotonin Synthesis

    Quinine is the original drug used against malaria, and is still used in certain countries to this day. This study shows that quinine does a few very interesting things that potentially explain its beneficial effects against the malaria plasmid and may be of interest to people trying to control...
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