neurotransmitters misses

Dr Dolphin was part of the team who first demonstrated that mutations in the FMO3 gene are the cause of the inherited (primary form) of TMAU.

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neurotransmitters misses

Postby flower » Wed Aug 17, 2011 7:21 pm

Can a deficit in neurotransmitters misses (serotoine and gamma amino butyric acid) also worsen the odor ?
(low serotonin syndrome ?)

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Re: neurotransmitters misses

Postby FADworker » Thu Sep 15, 2011 8:43 pm

Hi Flower

There is no evidence that I know of that serotonin or other neurotransmitters would affect the odour associated with TMAU.

flower wrote:Can a deficit in neurotransmitters misses (serotoine and gamma amino butyric acid) also worsen the odor ?
(low serotonin syndrome ?)

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