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Significances of Bioengineering & Biosciences

How Schizophrenia Could be Caused by Cholera & Ferric Chloride Disease

Cusack Paul TE*

Department of BScE, Canada

*Corresponding author:Cusack Paul TE, Department of BScE, Canada

Submission: September 09, 2019 Published: October 09, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/SBB.2019.03.000571

ISSN 2637-8078
Volume3 Issue5

Abstract

In this brief paper, we build upon other papers by this author that had two separate causes for schizophrenia. We combine the findings that point to Ferric Chloride and Cholera as the culprits as the underlying cause of schizophrenia.

Keywords: Schizophrenia; Ferric chloride disease; Dehydration; Alcohol

Introduction

Cholera produces dehydration in its victims. I suspect that the survivors of cholera have their DNA damaged by the bacterium. The Adenine in DNA has a hydroxide ion an alcohol attached. It could be stripped off the cyclohexane to join to the Hydrogens from the acid (water is a weak acid) or the DNA itself. Perhaps the Iron replaces the hydrogen on the DNA molecule while Chlorine does the same for the hydroxide ion, the alcohol [1-4]. The damaged adenine has a chlorine and an iron in place of the Hydrogen and Hydroxide (Figure 1).

Figure 1:The damaged adenine has a chlorine and an iron in place of the hydrogen and hydroxide.


2FeCl2+2HOH → 2FeOH+2HCl+Cl2

Dehydration of Alcohol

C=C(H-OH) → HCl (ACID CATYLST) → H OH(WATER)

Conclusion

My original thesis had Ferric Chloride (FeCl2) as the culprit causing schizophrenia [5,6]. Yet, cholera has a role too. This latest theory explains why iron laden water may lead to schizophrenia. It may also explain why schizophrenia is a northern hemisphere problem viz. Water supply systems using iron piping [7-9].

References

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  9. Cusack PTE (2017) More on cholera and schizophrenia: In Mauritius. American Journal of Biometrics and Biostatistics 1(1): 1-2.

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