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Excerpt: Microfluidics Market Globally Expected to Drive Growth through 2025

Mattis and Trump must know that the war against science by theorists will either be won by researchers in the USA, or the USA will be lost to corporate greed.

Multifunctional, inexpensive, and reusable nanoparticle-printed biochip for cell manipulation and diagnosis

Analytes are called bioparticles of interest, and the bioparticles range from cancer cells, white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets to bacteria, microorganisms, proteins, and DNA molecules. There is no mention of how the pH balance of the bioparticles links endogenous RNA interference to energy-dependent fixation of amino acid substitutions that differentiate all cell types in all individuals of all living genera.

Scientists develop ‘lab on a chip’ that costs one cent to make

…it allows users to analyze different cell types without using fluorescent or magnetic labels that are typically required to track cells. Instead, the chip separates cells based on their intrinsic electrical properties: When an electric potential is applied across the inkjet-printed strip, cells loaded into the microfluidic chamber get pulled in different directions depending on their “polarizability” in a process called dielectrophoresis. This label-free method to analyze cells greatly improves precision and cuts lengthy labeling processes.

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If the term bioparticles is used instead of analytes, the nutrient energy-dependent pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction cannot be linked to the weekend resurrection of the bacterial flagellum in Pseudomonas fluorescens or to the de novo creation of genes and new functional structures in all living genera.  If the term endogenous RNA interference is used, all biodiversity can be linked from bacteria to humans via the nematode model of gene losses and gains during the development of species differences in morphological and behavioral phenotypes.

Endogenous RNAi Pathways Are Required in Neurons for Dauer Formation in Caenorhabditis elegans

Our data presented here suggest the intriguing possibility that RNAi pathways may mediate distinct effects on gene expression in postdauer animals that experienced different environmental stresses. Since other animals, such as pea aphids, form polyphenisms due to crowding or starvation as well, we predict that this work may have broader implications for the RNAi-mediated regulation phenotypic plasticity.

New experimental information about chiral selection

Another analogous idea is based on polarisation of photons in atmosphere, which in turn induces faster decay for the second molecular chirality: see this. Now the polarisation would be due to the scattering of originally unpolarised photons with atmosphere. This would not involve parity breaking but just Raileygh scattering. Now the polarization is however linear rather than circular and I must confess that I failed to understand how this could lead to breaking of parity which would correspond dominance of either circular polarization. If some reader understands this, I would be happy for explanation.

Matti Pitkanen blocked me before I could explain this to him in the context of energy-dependent polyphenisms due to crowding or starvation.

At 7:16 PM, Blogger JVKohl said…

After you blocked me, I posted a notice about the link from polarization to biodiversity in the context of testing for bioparticles/analytes that link chirality from autophagy to cell type differentiation in all living genera.

See: “…it allows users to analyze different cell types without using fluorescent or magnetic labels that are typically required to track cells. Instead, the chip separates cells based on their intrinsic electrical properties: When an electric potential is applied across the inkjet-printed strip, cells loaded into the microfluidic chamber get pulled in different directions depending on their “polarizability” in a process called dielectrophoresis. This label-free method to analyze cells greatly improves precision and cuts lengthy labeling processes.”

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-02-scientists-lab-chip-cent.html#jCp

 

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