Subject: What function does dimethyltryptamine have in humans and plants?
Date: Mon Jan 29 09:45:46 2001
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Area of science: Neuroscience
I have heard this plant alkaloid is endogenously produced by the
human pineal gland as well as being actively transported across the
If its function is unknown in any species, are there any unique enzymes in
its synthetic pathway in plants or animals that could be geneticaly or
Also is it known to be produced in any animals other than humans?
Re: What function does dimethyltryptamine have in humans and plants?
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