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FARSA

A gene on chromosome 19p13.2 that encodes the alpha subunit of  phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase, a heterotetramer formed by two alpha and two beta units. FARSA is expressed in a regulated tumour-selective, cell cycle stage- and differentiation-dependent fashion.

FARS

Fatal accident reporting system

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Q. I suspect that I may have Bipolar. I have not consulted with anyone so far. I am confused. I am suffering from emotional stress for quite some time and I realized that things are going out of my control. I suspect that I may have Bipolar. I have not consulted with anyone so far but I would like to know am I a bipolar?

A. Dagmar is right it will do you no good to self diagnose yourself. Go to your doctor and talk to the doctor about how you have been feeling, your doctor should test you for a proper diagnosis. If you do indeed have bipolar disorder then you can begin treatments that will teach you to manage the illness. But go see a doctor, preferably ask for a referral to a psychaitrist.

Q. What exactly is Autism? Why do one is Autistic and the other one isn't? there are levels of autism as far as i know .. How do i know in what level to categorize someone ?

A. it seems you have a lot of questions about Autism. if you seek info about it i suggest the following link. it'll give you a general idea and will direct you to the best sites about Autism.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/autism.html

Q. What exactly is Autism? Why do one is Autistic and the other one isn't? there are levels of autism as far i know ... i would like to know how does the scale look like ... and how do you categorize someone with a unique type of autism ?

A. Autism, part of a spectrum of diseases called “pervasive developmental disorders” is characterized by problems with communication, social interaction and behavior. In addition, more than two thirds of children with autistic disorder have mental retardation, although it is not required for the diagnosis.

Why does it occur? No one knows, although it’s thought to be due to a constellation of genetic predisposition and environmental conditions.

You may read more here:
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/autism.html

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