The RCCX gene cluster located on chromosome 6 is one of the most complex and intriguing regions of the human genome. Situated in the middle of the MHC region, RCCX genotypes have been extensively studied in association with many complex diseases, yet no published literature exists which links the myriad of comorbidities to RCCX haplotypes.
Furthermore, no existing therapies have been considered …until now…
In this course you will learn:
- What RCCX is and why it differs from most of our genetics
- Why RCCX is a central player in complex diseases & associated comorbidities: lupus, celiac, Type 1 diabetes, Crohn’s, IBS, RA, AS, schizophrenia, emotional processing disorders, bi-polar, autism, EDS, hypermobility, MCAS, POTS, clotting abnormalities, CAH, PCOS, endometriosis, CIRS, Lyme disease, neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, “adrenal fatigue” and more
- The role of the extracellular matrix (ECM) in complex disease, particularly among those associated with hypermobility conditions
- How to identify the major RCCX phenotype characteristics in patients and clients through intake
- The role of cortisol & CYP21a2 in the CNS
- The role of synaptic pruning, and problems associated with this in relation to C4 & RCCX
- The yin/yang effects of endogenous retroviruses such as HERV-K
- Viral & pathogenic susceptibilities in relation to RCCX and autoimmune disease
- Therapeutic protocols directed at supporting genomic instabilities associated with RCCX
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