Nutrigenomics

microRNA-mediated cures (8)

A clear indicator of what is required to end the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic was published as: Host cell entry mediators implicated in the cellular tropism of SARS‑CoV‑2, the pathophysiology of COVID‑19 and the identification of microRNAs that can modulate the expression of these mediators (Review) 12/20/21 The pathophysiology of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‑19) is mainly dependent on the underlying mechanisms that mediate the entry of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2) into the host cells of the various human tissues/organs.…

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microRNA-mediated cures (7)

Pharmacogenomics: A road ahead for precision medicine in psychiatry 10/6/21 In this 2017 Precision Medicine Virtual Conference presentation, I linked the National Microbiome Initiative from microbial quorum sensing to the physiology of pheromone-regulated genetic processes of reproduction and endogenous RNA interference (#RNAi) via chromosomal rearrangements in flies from the works of Thomas Hunt Morgan (1910) to sympatric speciation across kingdoms. The chromosomal rearrangements link light-activated carbon fixation to the ATP-dependent creation of RNA and fixation of amino acid substitutions links…

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microRNA-mediated cures (3)

See first:  microRNA-mediated cures (2) For comparison to Genetic variations creating microRNA target sites…, and Nutrient-dependent/pheromone-controlled adaptive evolution, Masatoshi Nei claimed that nucleotide substitutions, insertion/deletion, segmental gene duplication, genomic duplication, changes in gene regulatory systems, transposition of genes, horizontal gene transfer et al., were mutations. Simply put, simple-minded theorists start with the idea that everything the happens to our supercoiled DNA is a mutation and they link mutations to evolution across billions to millions of years after energy-emerged from the…

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Naturally attenuated viral endemicity (8)

See first: Naturally attenuated viral endemicity (7) “MicroRNA-101-3p Modulates Mitochondrial Metabolism via the Regulation of Complex II Assembly 11/19/21 …we describe a new role for miR-101-3p as a modulator of mitochondrial metabolism via its regulation of multiple mitochondrial processes, including mtDNA transcription and complex II biogenesis.” See also: Weeklong improved colour contrasts sensitivity after single 670 nm exposures associated with enhanced mitochondrial function 11/24/21 Exposure to long wavelength light (650–900 nm) in animals improves mitochondrial function, increasing ATP production and…

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God’s microRNA-mediated Creation of genotypes (9)

Watch for the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (10/6/21) to be linked from claims about the diet of moths and their physiology of reproduction to today’s resignation of NIH Director, Francis S. Collins, or to corruption among members of the Nobel Prize Committee. With few exceptions, awards in the “hard sciences” (Physics, Chemistry, Physiology and Medicine) link the light-activated proton motive force from the ATP-dependent Creation of microRNAs, RNA, and RNA interference to the pH-dependent physiology of reproduction across kingdoms…

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God’s microRNA-mediated Creation of genotypes (6)

microRNA 128,290 results. I was too busy to post links to articles when the total number of indexed publications hit 128,000. But see: Herpes simplex virus 1 evades cellular antiviral response by inducing microRNA-24, which attenuates STING synthesis 9/30/21 These results indicate possible therapeutic use of stable anti-miR-24, albeit administered by other routes, in diseases that are alleviated by STING. miR-24 is known to affect brain development and fetal neuronal differentiation [69]; however these effects should have little bearing on…

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MicroRNA-mediated population control (4)

See first: MicroRNA-mediated population control (3) …nearly 125,000 indexed published works link peptide synthesis at the origin of life to visualizing a protonated RNA state that modulates microRNA-21 maturation to biophysically constrained viral latency and healthy longevity across kingdoms from microbes to mammals. See: microRNA There are now more than 125,000 indexed published works. The link from God’s Creation of energy-as-information to pH-dependent biophysically constrained viral latency and healthy longevity across kingdoms can be compared in the context of Characteristics…

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MicroRNA-mediated population control (1)

Your expectations and hope alter your chances of recovery. WHO wants you to give up hope and accept synthetic mRNA vaccines to prevent your recovery by causing more virus-driven diseases, which will  not help to end the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. RNA interference, the 2002 “breakthrough of the year” will end the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. In 2002, on the heels of the discovery that RNA interference existed in human cells, the usually reserved journal Science proclaimed RNAi the “breakthrough of the year.” Breakthrough…

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microRNA-mediated replication cycles (10)

See first: microRNA-mediated replication cycles (9) Conclusion from Guenther Witzany What is Life? 3/18/20 …new nucleotide sequences now appear to have originated from social agents such as viruses, their parasitic relatives, and related RNA networks, not from errors. A new definition of life must integrate the current empirical knowledge about interactions between cells, viruses, and RNA networks to provide a better explanatory power than the twentieth century narrative. The twentieth century narrative led to curated news reports that favored stupid…

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microRNA-mediated replication cycles (9)

See first: microRNA-mediated replication cycles (8) Rotavirus research: 2014-2020 7/2/21 A temperature sensitive mutant… in the triplet encoding amino acid 138 of VP1 (L138P)…was separately expressed as a… protein, shown to interact with viroplasm-like particles (VLPs) in uninfected cells and to synthesize RNA in vitro…” My summary: The rotavirus steals the energy required for the ATP-dependent synthesis of RNA, which typically biophysically constrains viral latency across kingdoms. Contextual constraints occur via light-activated carbon fixation, oxidative phosphorylation and RNA interference (RNAi).…

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