Bernard Feringa

Public Heath Fascism vs Creationism (4)

2018 Chemistry Nobel Laureate, Frances H. Arnold failed to link the light-activated assembly of the microRNA-RNA-peptide nanocomplex from microRNA biogenesis to her claims about the evolution of enzymes, which were retracted. See: Nobel Prize-winning scientist Frances Arnold retracts paper 1/3/20 “For my first work-related tweet of 2020, I am totally bummed to announce that we have retracted last year’s paper on enzymatic synthesis of beta-lactams. The work has not been reproducible,” she tweeted. beta-lactamase confers penicillin resistance to various bacterial…

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From optoribogenetics to HelioRiboGenetics (2)

See first: From optoribogenetics to HelioRiboGenetics (1) For consistency see Abcam’s: Spotlight on Neuroscience [and the 2020 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine] Abcam’s forthcoming live sessions Adult Neurogenesis  Building and Reparing the Brain Epigenetics in the Nervous System On-demand webinars Role of chronic inflammation in risk for neurodegenerative disorders: Alzheimer’s disease Autophagy and Neurodegeneration Chronic virus-driven inflammation perturbs epigenetic effects on energy-dependent microRNA-mediated autophagy, which prevents neurodegeneration. Attempts to discredit Judy A. MIkovits for her role in linking God’s…

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From optoribogenetics to HelioRiboGenetics (1)

Optoribogenetic control of regulatory RNA molecules 9/24/20 “Opto” means light. “Helio” links God’s Creation of UV light to RNA-mediated protection from viruses across kingdoms via hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs in solution. Had he lived, Bruce S. McEwen probably would have received the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for linking God’s Creation of UV light and water from energy-as-information to biophysically constrained viral latency across kingdoms. McEwen et al., (1964) linked that heliocentric approach to scientific creationism…

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