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Natural selection for adaptation (8)

Facts about natural selection for adaptation can be compared to theories of Evolution by Gene Duplication (1970) The creation of metazoans, vertebrates and finally mammals from unicellular organisms… required the creation of new gene loci with previously nonexistent functions. The persistent theories of evolution by gene duplication can be compared to facts natural selection for adaptation in the context of God’s Creation of subatomic particles, such as protons and the ATP-dependent creation of RNA, which was required to link the…

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Natural selection for adaptation (7)

Microbial signatures in the lower airways of mechanically ventilated COVID-19 patients associated with poor clinical outcome 8/31/21 was reported as: High virus count in the lungs drives COVID-19 deaths 8/31/21 …the study revealed that those who died had on average 50 percent lower production of a type of immune chemical that targets the coronavirus compared with the COVID-19 patients who survived the illness. These customized proteins are part of the body’s adaptive immune system, a subset of cells and chemicals…

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MicroRNA-mediated population control (5)

Visualizing a protonated RNA state that modulates microRNA-21 maturation 10/26/20 and Visualization and characterization of RNA–protein interactions in living cells 7/27/21 cannot be linked to stupid theories about the automagical emergence of energy from the cosmic void or theories that link beneficial mutations during the past billions to millions of years to our evolution from pond scum or light-activated carbon fixation in cyanobacteria. For contrast, the visualizations support this claim: “Post-transcriptional modifications, especially phosphorylation play crucial roles in regulation of…

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MicroRNA-mediated population control (3)

See first: MicroRNA-mediated population control (2) Theorists have not shown that any aspect of hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs in solution (video) and peptide synthesis at the origin of life occurs outside the context of visualizing a protonated RNA state that modulates microRNA-21 maturation For comparison, 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…

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microRNA-mediated election cycles (10)

7/20/21 From my twitter feed @microRNApro I blog-posted a 10-part series on replication timing, which is altered by the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA. Peptide pheromones biophysically constrain viral latency Anthony Fauci and others are in trouble. People are beginning to learn that he funded the development of SARS-CoV-2, which was weaponized. Former President Trump suspected that, but Fauci reassured him and everyone else in the world that the Chinese virus was not intentionally created in the lab. If it’s…

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microRNA-mediated election cycles (7)

Are multi-quasiparticle interactions important in molecular ionization? 3/28/21 GWΓ [calculations] offers a unified description across all relevant energy scales. Our results suggest that the multi-QP regime corresponds to dynamical correlations, which can be described via perturbation theory. Few intelligent serious scientists understand the complexities of calculations needed to link God’s Creation of energy-as- information to biophysically constrained viral latency and healthy longevity across kingdoms. Most of them know what happens when a paradigm fails. Pseudoscientists know when they got stuck…

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microRNA-mediated election cycles (6)

Hyperglycaemia Induces Trained Immunity in Macrophages and Their Precursors and Promotes Atherosclerosis 7/13/21 Conclusions: Hyperglycaemia-induced trained immunity… suggests new targets for disease prevention and therapy. Reported on 7/14/21 as High blood sugar levels ‘reprogram’ stem cells Our study is the first to show that diabetes causes long-term changes to the immune system… By focussing too narrowly on a managing a person’s blood sugar levels we’re only addressing part of the problem. Every intelligent serious scientist in the world already knows…

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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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