Theories of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009 Under: TECHNOLOGY
The goal to formulating a cure towards autistic behavior would be to establish a protein that results in the elimination of an excess or abnormal chromosome:

1- In creating a medication by protein that the body can ingest, which causes the regulation of the CGG receptors to remain in normal range appx. between 5 and 55. This newly created protein will have the ability to bind itself to the CGG cycle. Once the protein becomes attached to the abnormal X chromosome, It will inhibit and eliminate excess repeats of the CGG receptor. Thus, regulating the chromosome to a normal state and function.  By using a FMRP (synthetic) protein as a CGG regulator, as transplanted directly into the X chromosome, this protein will adhere as a regulator for proper maintaining of the X chromosome.

2- The creation of a hypomethylation CGG nucleotide. Such formed mutation with an abnormal X chromosome in gene therapy will alter  the chromosome by correcting it.

If an abnormal chromosome can be changed through protein or gene therapy, this would enable one to live a normal life.  Including the elimination of medication intake for behavioral and emotional effects for compulsive, obsessive, anti-psychotic, inattention and hyperactivity as associated with autism.

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Theories of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009 Under: TECHNOLOGY
The goal to formulating a cure towards autistic behavior would be to establish a protein that results in the elimination of an excess or abnormal chromosome:

1- In creating a medication by protein that the body can ingest, which causes the regulation of the CGG receptors to remain in normal range appx. between 5 and 55. This newly created protein will have the ability to bind itself to the CGG cycle. Once the protein becomes attached to the abnormal X chromosome, It will inhibit and eliminate excess repeats of the CGG receptor. Thus, regulating the chromosome to a normal state and function.  By using a FMRP (synthetic) protein as a CGG regulator, as transplanted directly into the X chromosome, this protein will adhere as a regulator for proper maintaining of the X chromosome.

2- The creation of a hypomethylation CGG nucleotide. Such formed mutation with an abnormal X chromosome in gene therapy will alter  the chromosome by correcting it.

If an abnormal chromosome can be changed through protein or gene therapy, this would enable one to live a normal life.  Including the elimination of medication intake for behavioral and emotional effects for compulsive, obsessive, anti-psychotic, inattention and hyperactivity as associated with autism.

In : TECHNOLOGY 



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Theories of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009 Under: TECHNOLOGY
The goal to formulating a cure towards autistic behavior would be to establish a protein that results in the elimination of an excess or abnormal chromosome:

1- In creating a medication by protein that the body can ingest, which causes the regulation of the CGG receptors to remain in normal range appx. between 5 and 55. This newly created protein will have the ability to bind itself to the CGG cycle. Once the protein becomes attached to the abnormal X chromosome, It will inhibit and eliminate excess repeats of the CGG receptor. Thus, regulating the chromosome to a normal state and function.  By using a FMRP (synthetic) protein as a CGG regulator, as transplanted directly into the X chromosome, this protein will adhere as a regulator for proper maintaining of the X chromosome.

2- The creation of a hypomethylation CGG nucleotide. Such formed mutation with an abnormal X chromosome in gene therapy will alter  the chromosome by correcting it.

If an abnormal chromosome can be changed through protein or gene therapy, this would enable one to live a normal life.  Including the elimination of medication intake for behavioral and emotional effects for compulsive, obsessive, anti-psychotic, inattention and hyperactivity as associated with autism.

In : TECHNOLOGY 



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Theories of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009 Under: TECHNOLOGY
The goal to formulating a cure towards autistic behavior would be to establish a protein that results in the elimination of an excess or abnormal chromosome:

1- In creating a medication by protein that the body can ingest, which causes the regulation of the CGG receptors to remain in normal range appx. between 5 and 55. This newly created protein will have the ability to bind itself to the CGG cycle. Once the protein becomes attached to the abnormal X chromosome, It will inhibit and eliminate excess repeats of the CGG receptor. Thus, regulating the chromosome to a normal state and function.  By using a FMRP (synthetic) protein as a CGG regulator, as transplanted directly into the X chromosome, this protein will adhere as a regulator for proper maintaining of the X chromosome.

2- The creation of a hypomethylation CGG nucleotide. Such formed mutation with an abnormal X chromosome in gene therapy will alter  the chromosome by correcting it.

If an abnormal chromosome can be changed through protein or gene therapy, this would enable one to live a normal life.  Including the elimination of medication intake for behavioral and emotional effects for compulsive, obsessive, anti-psychotic, inattention and hyperactivity as associated with autism.

In : TECHNOLOGY 



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Theories of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009 Under: TECHNOLOGY
The goal to formulating a cure towards autistic behavior would be to establish a protein that results in the elimination of an excess or abnormal chromosome:

1- In creating a medication by protein that the body can ingest, which causes the regulation of the CGG receptors to remain in normal range appx. between 5 and 55. This newly created protein will have the ability to bind itself to the CGG cycle. Once the protein becomes attached to the abnormal X chromosome, It will inhibit and eliminate excess repeats of the CGG receptor. Thus, regulating the chromosome to a normal state and function.  By using a FMRP (synthetic) protein as a CGG regulator, as transplanted directly into the X chromosome, this protein will adhere as a regulator for proper maintaining of the X chromosome.

2- The creation of a hypomethylation CGG nucleotide. Such formed mutation with an abnormal X chromosome in gene therapy will alter  the chromosome by correcting it.

If an abnormal chromosome can be changed through protein or gene therapy, this would enable one to live a normal life.  Including the elimination of medication intake for behavioral and emotional effects for compulsive, obsessive, anti-psychotic, inattention and hyperactivity as associated with autism.

In : TECHNOLOGY 



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