See first: Orchestrated death: Francis S. Collins (2)

Exogenous miRNAs induce post-transcriptional gene silencing in plants 10/14/21 was reported on 10/21/21 as Plants Use RNA to Talk to Neighbors

A study finds that plants sharing the same growth medium can exchange microRNAs that silence genes in the recipient, suggesting the nucleic acids may act as signaling molecules.

Light-activated microRNA biogenesis in plants has been linked from food energy-dependent pheromone-regulated genetic processes of reproduction across kingdoms via the role of nucleic acids as signaling molecules. Cause and effect have been established by intelligent serious scientists at every level of investigation that these researchers from Egypt placed back into the context of irrelevant correlations.

See: Correlation of circulating miRNA-33a and miRNA-122 with lipid metabolism among Egyptian patients with metabolic syndrome 10/5/21

More than 225 indexed articles that mention “microRNAs were added to PubMed on 10/25/21.

Many of them attempt to obfuscate what intelligent serious scientists have established in the context of energy-dependent microRNA-mediated cell type differentiation across kingdoms via the physiology of reproduction.

MiRNA expression profiling in HIV pathogenesis, disease progression and response to treatment: a systematic review

To our knowledge, this is the first attempt to systematically identify the miRNAs associated with HIV and could be a useful contribution to general knowledge in this field.

If this was the first attempt, Fauci and the NIH director, Francis S. Collins would not be concerned about being charged with crimes against humanity in the context of development of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and promotion of synthetic mRNA vaccines for prevention.

Removal of COVID-19 Spike Protein, Whole Virus, Exosomes, and Exosomal MicroRNAs by the Hemopurifier® Lectin-Affinity Cartridge in Critically Ill Patients With COVID-19 Infection

We report the experience of two cases of critically ill COVID-19 patients treated with the Hemopurifier; a lectin affinity cartridge designed to remove mannosylated viruses and exosomes.

If they can remove virus-laden exosomes, they must know that the virus-driven degradation of mRNA causes critical illness in COVID-19 patients.

The Role of MicroRNAs in Therapeutic Resistance of Malignant Primary Brain Tumors

It is believed that miRNAs are future therapeutic targets in MPBTs and such the role of miRNAs needs to be critically evaluated to focus on solving the problems of resistance to therapy this kind of human tumors.

That facts that link coronavirus pathology to cancer have been clear since Abcam researchers discovered the cell death gene in the late 1990s and linked it to targeting of microRNAs in glioblastoma.

Hypothalamic miR-204 Induces Alteration of Heart Electrophysiology and Neurogenic Hypertension by Regulating the Sympathetic Nerve Activity: Potential Role of Microbiota

…we will shed light on the potential mechanism by which microbiota affects hypothalamic miR-204, which in turn, could hinder the sympathetic nerve drive to the cardiovascular system leading to arrhythmia and hypertension.

Pheromone effects on the human hypothalamus in relation to sexual orientation and gender linked the role of diet from the role of microbiota to nerve activity and sex differences in behavior via hypothalamic microRNAs

For a historical perspective that links hypothalamic microRNAs to sexual orientation, see: The Mind’s Eyes: Human pheromones, neuroscience, and male sexual preferences

…noradrenergic, dopaminergic, serotoninergic, and opiotergic pathways; inhibitory neurotransmitters (e.g., gammaaminobutyric acid) and excitatory amino acids (e.g., glutamic and aspartic acids); and other brain peptides including pineal secretions (melatonin) and corticotropinreleasing hormone, and the complex interactions among them are subtle but functional species-specific influences on the electrochemical transmission of neuronal signals that the hypothalamus translates to the chemical signal GnRH (Grumbach & Styne, 1992, p. 1164).

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