Many inborn errors of metabolism prevent the Krebs cycle from occurring in full, resulting in a pathology which can represent as anything from inflammation in the tissue, exhaustion, pain without known etiology, etc, and may be recognized in forms ranging from autism to porphyria. Regardless of the precise end result and diagnosis, several factors remain the same; metabolism is not at an optimal level on a cellular basis.
Portions of the following were first published at Neuro-physics, a data dump on Facebook that I run for myself and some fans. I’m not sure how many of them understand most of the gobbledeegook I publish there, but I do, oddly enough. A thought is really just the spark of electrons within the framework of a […]
Depression, as it turns out, of the longterm variety, is caused by chronic inflammation of the glial cells in response to ongoing cellular stress causing oxidization of the nervous system. That’s as close to English as I can get it. That’s not to say that depression doesn’t exist; its the exact opposite actually. It means […]