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Anatomy of Craniospinal Space and CSF Circulation

medical illustration of Geophagic earth may protect against toxins and pathogens by (a) strengthening the mucosal layer by binding with mucin/stimulating mucin production, reducing the permeability of the gut wall, and (b) binding to toxins/pathogens directly,  rendering them unabsorbable by the gut. Photo insets provided by Evelyne Delbos of the Macaulay Institute. Artwork rendered in Adobe Illustrator. Published in Young (2010) in the Annual Review of Nutrition v30. Keywords: vector, intestine, villi, virus, bacteria
Next medical illustration of Conceptual framework for the interplay of stress exposure and mitochondrial alterations via the inflammatory and endocrine systems, which increases the risk of pathological states in vulnerable populations. Abbreviations: ccf-mtDNA, circulating cell-free mtDNA; mtDNA, mitochondrial DNA; mtDNAcn, mtDNA copy number; ROS, reactive oxygen species. Adobe Illustrator. Keywords: vector, organelle, energy, immune, immunology, inflammation, metabolism, aging, neuroscience, genetics, Fiona Martin

Mitochondria in Stress and Psychiatric Disorders

Geophagic earth may protect against toxins and pathogens by (a) strengthening the mucosal layer by binding with mucin/stimulating mucin production, reducing the permeability of the gut wall, and (b) binding to toxins/pathogens directly, rendering them unabsorbable by the gut. Photo insets provided by Evelyne Delbos of the Macaulay Institute. Artwork rendered in Adobe Illustrator. Published in Young (2010) in the Annual Review of Nutrition v30. Keywords: vector, intestine, villi, virus, bacteria

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