coronaviruses

Codon optimality vs systemic fraud (6)

Re: Analysis of mRNA Dynamics Using RNA Sequencing Data 7/2/22 Excerpt 1) The RNA abundance of each gene is determined by its rates of transcription and RNA decay. Excerpt 2) Estimating differential transcription and decay rates of RNA molecules would enable the identification of regulatory factors, such as transcription factors, RNA binding proteins, and microRNAs, that govern large-scale shifts in RNA expression. Excerpt 3) We…demonstrate how estimates of differential stability can be leveraged to infer the regulatory factors underlying them.…

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Epistemic corruption (5)

This is a false claim Bacterial species rarely work together  5/5/22 See this placard from the US Department of the Interior’s National Park Service for comparison: Cyanobacteria were once called blue-green algae. Light-activated carbon fixation in cyanobacteria links their color from microRNA-mediated protein folding chemistry to protection from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA (mRNA). The protection of organized genomes from viruses has been linked to constraints on all virus-driven pathology across kingdoms via this patent for RNA interference, which…

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RNA-mediated silencing (4)

Angel Trumpets are extinct in the wild. Daffodils are extremely well adapted. Other organisms and people who are not ecologically adapted suffer unnecessarily and die prematurely from the virus-driven degradation of mRNA. They do not evolve into different species. See first: RNA-mediated silencing (3) Robert H. Singer, co-authored: Single-molecule imaging of microRNA-mediated gene silencing in cells 3/17/22 Simultaneous visualization of single mRNAs, translation, and miRNA-binding revealed that miRNAs preferentially bind to translated mRNAs rather than untranslated mRNAs. Among other positions,…

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The microRNA-mediated future of humanity (8)

The levels of complexity linked to the microRNA-mediated future of humanity can be examined by ages 10-14+ via game-play of: Bacillus (failed project) See instead: Function of miR825 and miR825* as Negative Regulators in Bacillus cereus AR156-elicited Systemic Resistance to Botrytis cinerea in Arabidopsis thaliana 10/17/19 Peptide Players compete to link amino acids to build a peptide chain (a fancy word for a protein). Virulence Players take on the role of viruses and compete to infect a host cell in…

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