Cancer Treatment

RNA-mediated radiosensitivity (1)

I posted this to microRNA.pro after resolve of an access issue. It now appears as part two of The Tipping Point (revisited): 90K (2) I will follow up on the link to RNA-mediated radiosensitivity after consideration of Maximum Entropy (Most Likely) Double Helical and Double Logarithmic Spiral Trajectories in Space-Time, which was reported in today’s news as Kepler’s Forgotten Ideas about Symmetry Could Explain Spiral Galaxies Without the Need for Dark Matter 8/8/19 Watch as everything known about biophysically constrained…

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Energy-dependent allelic imbalances, viruses, and pathology

Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference poster presentation February 15, 2017 KRAS Allelic Imbalance Enhances Fitness and Modulates MAP Kinase Dependence in Cancer February 23, 2017 These studies demonstrate that serial genetic changes at the Kras/KRAS locus are frequent in cancer and modulate competitive fitness and MEK dependency. Reported as: Genetic ‘balance’ may influence response to cancer treatment Taylor developed mathematical algorithms and software to analyze relative dosage of mutant KRAS and normal KRAS in tumor cells from…

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Controlled amino acid treatment of all pathology

Amino acid studies.com Excerpt: One of the cancer treatments that seems to be proving effective over time is CAAT: Controlled Amino Acid Treatment. CAAT works by restricting certain amino acids from the diet to combat the growth and reproduction of the cancerous cells. Excerpt: doctors can now actively battle cancers, using the best weapons possible, natural amino acids, which are actually designed to make changes in the body. The trick has been to understand which changes are beneficial to cancer…

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GC-rich neo-Darwinian train wreck

Targeted Epigenetic Remodeling of Endogenous Loci by CRISPR/Cas9-Based Transcriptional Activators Directly Converts Fibroblasts to Neuronal Cells Excerpt: In this study, we demonstrate direct cellular reprogramming to induced neuronal cells through targeted activation of endogenous genes. Excerpt: Moreover, a recent study demonstrated that reprogramming efficiency can be limited by divergence to a competing cell identity (Treutlein et al., 2016). The molecular mechanisms and practical consequences of these limitations are largely unknown. My comment: They demonstrate what naturally must occur to link…

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