Talk:Allosteric modulator

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This needs to be more accessible[edit]

I have a master's in science degree and I am not certain what is being said here. The wording is jargon and should be made a little more plain. This is the first time I have read any Wikpedia article in the sciences domain where I did not understand what was being said. Even in Maths beyond my level, it is still recognisable to some degree. The words used here obfuscate the meaning. E.g. "Allosteric modulators bind to a site distinct from that of the orthosteric agonist binding site. " is a godel sentence. If I already knew what an orthosteric agonist binding site was, I would already know what an allosteric modulator is. The intent of Wikipedia is to disseminate knowledge. Not to keep it within the domain of those who are already privileged with education on the subject. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Plutophanes (talkcontribs) 00:24, 13 August 2016 (UTC)