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Trilateral research on the neural system and biogenic amines: Disclosure of the major causes and mechanisms of human characteristic neurocerebromuscular (psychosomatic) disorders

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Ttrilateral research, i.e. a synthetic study of morphology, physiology and molecular biology in conjunction with biomechanics has been carried out to study the development of the neural system. The role of the neural system in evolution has been investigated and the establishment of the pyramidal tract and sympathetic nervous system has been considered. Also, the controlling, regulating and developing mechanisms of the neuromuscular system are deduced from the definition of the life system by comparing a monocellular organism (protozoa) to multicellular organisms (mammals). The author also considers the essential system of specially differentiated organ cells and carries out research on mitochondria in protozoa and mammals by the inductive method. He then investigated the mechanism of auto-nervous evolution under biomechanical energy and investigated a relationship between biogenic amines and mitochondria from the standpoint of the life system. Highly specialized functions in highly differentiated cells in mammal organs are carried out, it is suggested, by their characteristically shaped mitochondria in organ cells, which synthesize, in the case of neurons, biogenic amines and neurotransmitters. The characteristics of mammals are studied via the immune system, human-specific structural defects of the body, and mistaken energy incorporation in life which, it is claimed, create mechanisms for the onset of human characteristic neurocerebromuscular disorders.


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