Viruses in pathogenic variants disrupt alternative splicings (2)

Autophagy is activated by virus-driven energy theft. Click on the term “Autophagy” That fact is clear in the diagram of systems complexity and in my model. See for contrast:  Co-option of an endogenous retrovirus envelope for host defense in hominid ancestors A key question in virology, that is potentially answerable using paleovirological analyses, is what caused the elimination of extinct viral lineages? Conclusion: The selection pressures acting on hsaHTenv, its orthologs and progenitors might have been complex. Loss of fusogenicity…

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Viruses in pathogenic variants disrupt alternative splicings

Pathogenic variants that alter protein code often disrupt splicing Approximately 10% of exonic mutations altered splicing, mostly by disrupting multiple stages of spliceosome assembly. We present a large-scale characterization of exonic splicing mutations using a new technology that facilitates variant classification and keeps pace with variant discovery. Assay of nearly 5,000 mutations reveals roots of genetic splicing errors “Splicing errors can be very deleterious because instead of just changing one amino acid [the building block of a protein], it can…

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Respiration-dependent endogenous RNA interference

If you are a theorist, please take a deep breath before beginning to read this. The speed of light on contact with water has been linked from the level of oxygen on Earth to all biodiversity via the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction and the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of all morphological and behavioral phenotypes in all living genera. @jvkohl 15h15 hours ago  It’s “game over” for all theorists. There’s a new game in town. https://www.kicktraq.com/projects/geniusgames/cytosis-a-cell-biology-board-game/ … It’s an evolutionary theory killer. @jvkohl…

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Epigenetically-effected nucleosome repositioning sheds Dobzhansky’s light on evolution

Crystal structure of the overlapping dinucleosome composed of hexasome and octasome My summary: Nucleosomes are dynamic entities that are repositioned by energy-dependent links from sunlight to ATP and RNA biosynthesis that act on DNA during the chromatin remodeling, which is biophysically constrained by the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction during the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of all morphological and behavioral phentoypes. processes. Reported as: Unveiling how nucleosome repositioning occurs to shed light on genetic diseases …an incomplete formation of overlapping dinucleosome may…

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Cytosis: Gameplay Runthrough

For comparison: Neo-Darwinian theorists do not start with the ATP-dependent de novo creation of RNA and/or receptors. That is probably why the theorists do not know that cell type differentiation is energy-dependent (ATP-dependent). That fact means they may also not know that virus-driven energy theft causes the degradation of messenger RNA. That fact means they cannot link mutations to all pathology. That fact means the silly theorists have not updated their knowledge base since 1964. They’ve played the “evolution” game,…

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Cytosis: Biology content (2)

Cytosis is a [energy-dependent] transport mechanism for the movement of large quantities of molecules into and out of cells. There are three main types of cytosis: endocytosis (into the cell), exocytosis (out of the cell), and transcytosis (through the cell, in and out). See also: Cytosis: A Cell Biology Board Game 3/27/17 See also: Cytosis: Biology Content 4/4/17 Cytosis: A Cell Biology Board Game  4/12/17 A board game taking place inside a human cell! Players compete to build enzymes, hormones…

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Virus-driven dietary pathology (2)

See: Virus-driven dietary pathology (1) Virus-mediated archaeal hecatomb in the deep seafloor We show here for the first time the crucial role of viruses in controlling archaeal dynamics and therefore the functioning of deep-sea ecosystems, and suggest that virus-archaea interactions play a central role in global biogeochemical cycles. Bacteria that cannot find enough food become archaea due to virus-driven energy theft. That fact was placed into the context of “..a possible link between viral infections and chemoautotrophic production in the…

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