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revised To understand side-effects for nebivolol's beta1 selective pathway in PubChem?
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comment To understand side-effects for nebivolol's beta1 selective pathway in PubChem?
SmPCs are Summaries of Product Characteristics found in most packages of drugs. Here is European guideline for them ec.europa.eu/health/files/eudralex/vol-2/c/…
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comment How to manage fat-gluten oxidation in celiac disease?
Thank you very much for your excellent comment! It is true. There must also be other aspects in this fat burning where gluten may remain stored.
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revised How to manage fat-gluten oxidation in celiac disease?
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revised How to manage fat-gluten oxidation in celiac disease?
toxic factors added
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revised To understand side-effects for nebivolol's beta1 selective pathway in PubChem?
better explanations based on feedback in comment
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comment To understand side-effects for nebivolol's beta1 selective pathway in PubChem?
Thank you for your excellent answer with details! I completely agree with you that you need to consider the pathways of interaction parallel with Pharmacological properties to understand the selectiveness. It would be great if the selective pathways would be pinpointed explicitly, and those nonselective/selective corresponding to side-effects (often only with large doses) separately. My teacher says that use SmPCs to understand better PubChem. Do you know any source which collects SmPCs in one place?
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comment How to manage fat-gluten oxidation in celiac disease?
@MattDMo No. This was just a wild conjuncture. Probably, better one is gluten staying on the fat cells, but this would not apparently last long.
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comment How to manage fat-gluten oxidation in celiac disease?
Thank you for your answer! I think you are correct. Is there any other way how gluten can remain in the body, like in some compartments? I think this is possible in stomach itself for some hours. I approximate that enough-digested-gluten-for-symptoms remain in the body at least 5 hours or better said its effect. Of course, this is relatively for each individual. To know where gluten stays would help to think better the mechanisms of gluten interaction with the body.
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revised To understand side-effects for nebivolol's beta1 selective pathway in PubChem?
Edit made based on Susan's comment
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comment To understand side-effects for nebivolol's beta1 selective pathway in PubChem?
@Susan Thank you for your comment! Nebivolol is beta1 selective. Beta2 is only for side effects, but this is not clear from PubChem.
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asked How to manage fat-gluten oxidation in celiac disease?
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asked To understand side-effects for nebivolol's beta1 selective pathway in PubChem?
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asked Clonidine's adrenonergic nature?
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asked To Study Interactions of two molecules in PubChem
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asked Does transplanted heart have full sympaticus without medication?
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revised Is Norepinephrine beta2 adrenomimetic?
logical mistake fixed, I think
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accepted Salbutamol's Pathways of Interaction and Classification
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comment Salbutamol's Pathways of Interaction and Classification
You seem to be right. I read this A short-acting beta-2 adrenergic agonist as beta-adrenergic antagonist which is false. Thank you for excellent answer!
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asked Salbutamol's Pathways of Interaction and Classification