Virus-driven sympatric speciation (2)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: January 3, 2020

See first: Virus-driven sympatric speciation (1)
See also: Profiling microRNAs through development of the parasitic nematode Haemonchus identifies nematode-specific miRNAs that suppress larval development 11/26/19

…these miRNAs suppress metabolic and transcription factor activity required for development.

Those miRNAs link the diet-driven pheromone-controlled changes to sympatric speciation from C. elegans to the predator, P. pacificus and the differences between pseudoscientists, libtards, and intelligent people.
See also: Acquisition of functional neurons by direct conversion: Switching the developmental clock directly 10/28/19

…scientists have derived methods to obtain functional neurons by direct conversion, such as neuron-related transcriptional factors, small molecules, microRNAs, and epigenetic modifiers. In this review, we discuss the present strategies for direct conversion of somatic cells into functional neurons and the potentials of direct conversion for producing functional neurons and treating neurodegeneration.

Downregulation of microRNA-30a-5p contributes to the replication of duck enteritis virus by regulating Beclin-1-mediated autophagy 11/26/19

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) is increasingly recognized [by intelligent people] as an important element in regulating virus-host interactions.

So far as is known, no libtard or biologically uninformed Democrat ever linked light-activated microRNA biogenesis to protection from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA that links mutations to all pathology.
Thank God, every serious scientist has done that.
See: Role of microRNAs in remodeling the tumor microenvironment (Review) 12/24/19

…miRNA expression is often deregulated in several human cancers, affecting the communication between tumor stroma and tumor cells, among other functions. Understanding the role of miRNAs in the tumor microenvironment is crucial for fully elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying tumor progression and exploring novel diagnostic biomarkers and therapeutic targets.

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