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Unfortunately at this time, there are no known glucosepane breakers which can feasibly be used in a living organism. There is a small (very small) amount of research being done on the topic by Yale university in cooperation with the SENS foundation, but the focus is extremely early stage - nothing more than synthesis and detection of artifical glucosepane ...


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Succinycholine, as its name might suggest, is a cholinergic agonist indeed. It acts on the neural plate of skeletal muscles, where it activates the muscle cholinergic receptors. Phase 1 block due to succinylcholine thus occurs by activating so many receptors at once, that the whole muscle gets desensitized and therefore paralyzed. A corollary of that is ...


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The iris has 2 sets of muscles: The circular muscle (Sphincter iris) - This causes iris constriction and is supplied by the parasympathetic system - Acetyl Choline muscarinic receptors The radial dilator muscle - This causes dilation of the iris and is supplied by the sympathetic system - The Adrenergic receptors (Alpha 1) Theoretically speaking, there ...


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If it is not water-soluble (lipophobic or hydrophilic), the only other alternative would be that it is fat-soluble (lipophilic or hydrophobic). Consider adding the powder to fatty solids or liquids which can be absorbed from the GI tract into the vascular system, if that is where you'd like the drug to go to be distributed throughout the body. Ideally, you ...


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All classes of drugs react differently in the body. Some bind to receptors, some clean receptors, some drugs cause re-uptake inhibition in the brain, and others destroy viral and bacterial infections. Classifying drugs and how the human body would develop a tolerance to them in a post on this website would take pages upon pages to answer. When you say ...



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