Diseases & Disorders

microRNA-mediated replication cycles (8)

In 365 days, after celebration of independence from public health fascism on Independence Day 2022 in the USA, Guenther Witzany, co-author of Infectious Thoughts: Discovering Biology as a Social Science will end the pseudoscientific nonsense about beneficial mutations and evolution across billions to millions of years via his efforts to organize and to present during this conference. How Evolution Learnt to Learn 7/6/22 – 7/9/22 Representations of the solar analemma, the Mobius strip, examples of infinity, and microRNA-mediated replication cycles…

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microRNA-mediated replication cycles (7)

Infectious Thoughts: Discovering Biology as a Social Science (2021 preprint) “Regarding the Kohl papers; odors are clearly crucial for social communication and food has been a part of this (as has I think RNA). This is a nice summary. But curiously, he does not mention that if an individual honey bee feeds outside that of its own communal hive feeding it then becomes recognized as foreign and is killed by the hive. Missing is the concept of group identity. And…

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microRNA-mediated replication cycles (6)

Conclusion from microRNA-mediated replication timing (5) 7/2/21 …the color and fragrance of flowers depends on light-activated microRNA-mediated replication timing in the context of RNA interference. See: Striking a balance: Trade-offs shape flower diversity 7/1/21 Celebrate your freedom from atheism, Communism, and public health fascism on Independence Day 2021. Light-activated carbon fixation has linked CRISPR-Cas Systems: RNA-mediated Adaptive Immunity in Bacteria and Archaea (2013) to the prevention or effective treatment of all virus-driven diseases via this patent: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering…

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microRNA-mediated replication timing (5)

Facts about energy-dependent microRNA-mediated biophysical constraints, which link protonated RNA interference (RNAi) to cell type differentiation across kingdoms via the physiology of reproduction and fixation of amino acid substitutions in organized genomes, are included in: pre-mRNA spatial distributions suggest that splicing can occur post-transcriptionally 6/29/21 Our results suggest a model in which transcription and splicing are largely independent, and the existence of a slow moving zone around the transcription site allows for the unification of co-transcriptional and post-transcriptional models of…

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microRNA-mediated replication timing (4)

See first: microRNA-mediated replication timing (1) 6/17/21 microRNA-mediated replication timing (2) 6/27/21 microRNA-mediated replication timing (3) 6/29/21 Non-B DNA: a major contributor to small- and large-scale variation in nucleotide substitution frequencies across the genome 1/15/21 was reported on 6/29/21 as Study provides first genome-wide evidence for functional importance of unusual DNA structures Some regions of the human genome where the DNA can fold into unusual three-dimensional structures called c (G4s) show signs that they are preserved by natural selection. The…

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microRNA-mediated replication timing (2)

Transcription typically requires the energy-dependent Creation of the enzyme RNA polymerase. Intelligent serious scientists know that enzymes do not automagically create themselves, and most of them realize that transcription began when God Created the anti-entropic virucidal energy of sunlight. The 6/4/21 cover of Science Magazine, places that fact about biophysically constrained transcription into the context of pH-dependent oxidative phosphorylation. However, McEwen et al’s claims from 1964 are not included in the content from “Structures of the human Mediator and Mediator-bound…

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microRNA-mediated replication timing (1)

The phylogenetic utility and functional constraint of microRNA flanking sequences links the patent for naturally occurring light-activated carbon fixation to viral latency and healthy longevity across kingdoms. The patent: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering was linked from functional constraints to gain-of-function research in High-Quality Overlapping Paired-End Reads for the Detection of A-to-I Editing on Small RNA WHO failed to examine the problems associated with gain-of-function research, which researchers now suggest led to the creation of SARs-CoV-2. The creation of SARs-CoV-2 can be…

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Light-activated carbon fixation did not evolve (5)

See first: The tipping point (revisited): 120K 5/12/21 Church Speaks: The cyanobacteria fix [carbon via] light…Under ideal circumstances, they can be maybe seven to ten times more productive per photon.” George M. Church et al patented this naturally occurring process. On 5/12/21, I was pleasantly surprised to see the facts represented in this trail-side placard at Canyonlands National Park. The facts make this patent worthless: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering See why: Light-activated binding together of sand and other soil particles…

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Quantum biology vs atheism (2)

One year ago, on 4/23/20 former President Donald J. Trump linked sunlight and humidity to weakened Covid-19 via everything known to intelligent serious scientists about light-activated microRNA biogenesis, RNA interference, and biophysically constrained viral latency across kingdoms. On 4/24/20 Jonathan Reiner, professor of medicine at The George Washington University Hospital, said there’s no medical basis for Trump’s statements about sunlight. God’s Creation of sunlight and humidity were linked across kingdoms from Cascade diversification directs generation of neuronal diversity in the…

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Quantum biology vs atheism (1)

Peptide synthesis at the origin of life links quantum coherence to coherently organized biology via biophysically constrained viral latency. See: Identification of a micropeptide and multiple secondary cell genes that modulate Drosophila male reproductive success 4/13/21 A noncoding RNA generates amino acid peptides and energy-dependent sperm-competition phenotypes. Moving forward across species, see: Circular RNAs: Novel potential regulators in embryogenesis, female infertility, and pregnancy‐related diseases 4/20/21 Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are endogenous noncoding RNAs with unique cyclic structures. Although they were previously considered…

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