Im sure Im not the first but I just wanted to take a break from my genetics studies to share
How trippy is this,
click on it then come back to the thread
It is an illustration of the base pairing mutation on the amino acid sequence of the schizophrenia gene.
Now I have actually learned how to do this which is scary. but you can in a lab setting copy and isolate the dna sequence of interest then amplify it. then you take an attenuated (harmless) version of a retrovirus and splice into its genome this specific mrna sequence. then you take the virus and replicate it and inject it into the host. over time when the cells normally replace one another the new dna sequence you mutated will express itself on your chromosome removing the inborn error mutation from the genome. However the brain is already wired in response to the illness so you would want to consider pluropotient stem cell therapy in addition to cognitive brain therapy to effectively rewire the brain and reteach appropriate learning and cognitive processes. CraZy ■■■■ huH?
The scary part is you could do the exact reverse to give someone schizophrenia