Microecologically constrained viruses (1)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: June 13, 2024

Biophysical constrained bacteria-derived food cues and pathogen cues are miRNA-mediated across kingdoms via light-activated carbon fixation and RNA-mediated fixation of amino acid substitutions in microtubules. For reviews see: miRNAs and review 29,781 results.

Naturally occurring light-activated carbon fixation and biophysically constrained viral latency in cyanobacteria link RNA interference from protein folding chemistry to the fact that “Global soils store more carbon than the atmosphere and terrestrial vegetation combined.” See: Climate indices as predictors of global soil organic carbon stocks 4/15/24

See also: Genetic variants that modify neuroendocrine gene expression and foraging behavior of C. elegans 6/14/24

“…diversity in behavioral traits associated with host interactions with microbes (36) can emerge from variants affecting the regulation of neuronal gene expression that is modulated by bacteria-derived food and pathogen cues.”

That’ claim is understated. Behavioral traits do not automagically emerge from variants. The variants link what organisms eat to their physiology of reproduction and survival of species.

For instance, see: miRNome profiling of extracellular vesicles in severe COVID-19 patients and identification of predictors of mortality 6/12/24 Obviously, you are not a nematode and did not evolve from pond scum/cyanobacteria. But if you survived COVID-19, the same molecular mechanisms were required.

For a historical perspective on miRNA-mediated protein folding chemistry and prevention of virus-driven diseases across kingdoms, see:

  1. From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior (1996)
  2. The first ATPase domain of the yeast 246-kDa protein is required for in vivo unwinding of the U4/U6 duplex (1999)
  3. MicroRNA-directed transcriptional gene silencing in mammalian cells 2008

Thanks to those who tried to help others understand the link from God’s Creation of sunlight and humidity to plant growth via constraints on CO2 production linked to food energy-dependent pheromone-regulated physiology of reproduction and fixation of amino acid substitutions in microtubules. RNA interference (7/23/12)

More censorship of facts is now required.

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6/12/24 Important change: your likes are now private
Ah, so we won’t be able to tell if the post engagement is genuine or simply boosted by bots!
in other words…since we can’t get rid of blatant platform manipulation we are going to hide it.
No, people get fired for liking a post. People should be able to like a post without fear of retribution.
What kind of posts are they liking that are getting them fired?

Thanks for asking. Do not like this. 2 Cell Studies Reveal Genetic Variation Driving Human Evolution 2/14/13 It links one SNP from energy-dependent fixation of an amino acid substitution in microtubules to 5-10K years of ecological adaptations across kingdoms via Trump’s 4/23/20 claim that sunlight and humidity weaken coronaviruses.

You were about to learn that sunlight & humidity link the ATP-dependent Creation of RNA from peptide synthesis at the origin of life to viral latency across kingdoms via biophysically constrained protein folding chemistry in cancer-free African elephants. How do you like me, now?

“Your Likes are now private We are making Likes private for everyone to better protect your privacy. Liking more posts will make your “For you” feed better.” —- I prefer everyone to know what I “like.” I do not like censorship in any form. See: NGS vs 5th generation warfare (10)

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