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Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation

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Volume 29, Issue 1

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The evolution of genomic stability to a mechanism in reproduction and psychiatry

Pedro-Antonio Regidor / Claus D. Volko / Adolf E. Schindler / Uwe D. Rohr
Published Online: 2016-06-07 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/hmbci-2016-0013

Abstract

There are two forms of immune defense, the specific or adaptive immune defense and the unspecific innate immune defense. Vaccination is utilized against specific bacteria via the adaptive immune system. The innate immunity DNA stress defense is a non-toxic mechanism developed in yeasts and conserved in mammals and in plants. Although the steroidal hormone cascade has overtaken the stress response and allows superfast response via non-genomic receptors, the old innate immunity response is still mediated via the steroidal hormones cascade. The classical drug/receptor model has provided for many solutions, however, in antibiotics, cancer, and in severe mental diseases this model reaches to certain limits. The NIH/Department of Mental Health has developed a new model that shows severe mental diseases may be immune diseases that can be treated by replacing old diseased nerve cells by new healthy nerve cells, where the old innate immunity may be exploited. This means that severe mental diseases are physical diseases. A newly developed model, where modifications of the steroidal hormone cascade help to understand bipolarity, schizophrenia, and PTSD in men and women can be transferred to gynecological hormone modifications in women, where innate immunity is mediated via the same steroidal hormone cascade. Treatment via immune response via the DNA cascade should be developed in cancer, infections and severe mental disease, because foreign cells or diseased cells may be removed by the unspecific innate immunity.

Keywords: BAX; cell differentiation; cholesterol; DNA repair; estradiol; innate immunity; MAPkinase; yeast

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Corresponding author: PD Dr. med. Pedro-Antonio Regidor, Exeltis Germany GmbH, Adalperostraße 84, 85737 Ismaning, Germany


Received: 2016-02-22

Accepted: 2016-03-23

Published Online: 2016-06-07

Published in Print: 2017-01-01


Citation Information: Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation, Volume 29, Issue 1, Pages 1–11, ISSN (Online) 1868-1891, ISSN (Print) 1868-1883, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/hmbci-2016-0013.

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