Serotonin and the heart
William H Frishman & Pam Grewall
In this article, the cardiovascular effects of
serotonin will be reviewed, and potential pharmacological therapies involving serotonin antagonism will be discussed.
Serotonin Receptors and Heart Valve Disease – it was meant 2B
Joshua D. Hutcheson, Vincent Setola, Bryan L. Roth, & W. David Merryman
Carcinoid heart disease was one of the first valvular pathologies studied in molecular detail, and early research identified serotonin produced by oncogenic enterochromaffin cells as the likely culprit in causing changes in heart valve tissue.
WEF Digital Currency Governance Consortium 2021
The DCGC attempts to provide a neutral, objective and analytical perspective on the pertinent issues.
Neurobehavioral changes and activation of neurodegenerative apoptosis on long-term consumption of aspartame in the rat brain
I. Ashok, Dapkupar wankhar, Wankupar wankhar, R. Sheeladevi
Though several studies on toxic effect of aspartame metabolite have been studied, there are scanty data on whether aspartame exposure administration could release formate, a methanol metabolite thereby inducing oxidative stress and neurodegeneration in brain discrete region.
Caffeine & Serotonin, Dopamine & Prolactin
Jeong-Beom Lee & Tae-Wook Kim
The aim of this study was to investigate the serum serotonin, prolactin, and plasma dopamine levels in humans with and without caffeine ingestion during and after passive heat loading.
The concept of depression as a dysfunction of the immune system: 5HT and the heart
Brian E. Leonard
Chronic stress, by initiating changes in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and the immune system, acts as a trigger for anxiety and depression.
SPARS Pandemic Exercise 2025-2028
The Center’s SPARS Pandemic exercise narrative comprises a futuristic scenario that illustrates communication dilemmas concerning medical countermeasures (MCMs) that could plausibly emerge in the not-so-distant future. s a trigger for anxiety and depression.