energy-dependent RNA methylation

RNA-mediated adult learning, memory, and neurogenesis

Here is a way to assess the power of the media-industrial complex to suppress accurate representations of biophysically constrained biologically-based cause and effect. Wait to see whether this experimental evidence is reported in the science news, or how it is reported. Enriched Environment Increases PCNA and PARP1 Levels in Octopus vulgaris Central Nervous System: First Evidence of Adult Neurogenesis in Lophotrochozoa The experimental data obtained by immunohistochemistry and western blot assay using proliferating cell nuclear antigen and poli (ADP-ribose) polymerase…

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Did “Nature” kill Steve Jobs? (2)

See also: Did “Nature” kill Steve Jobs? In my model of biophysically constrained energy-dependent protein folding chemistry and RNA-mediated cell type differentiation, the nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction links the innate immune system to supercoiled DNA, which protects all organized genomes from virus-driven entropy. For comparison to my model, see: Evolution 2016 Videos (Indexed) Youtube videos Posters See also for comparison: Viruses Have Guided the Path of Human Evolution Excerpt: Whenever a viral epidemic tears through a community, there are…

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Major transition ends use of silly theories

Major transitions in human evolution This theme issue focuses on key evolutionary transitions to understand the interaction of biology, behaviour, culture and environment. This issue is dedicated to Richard Leakey, whose critical discoveries have provided evidence for many of the key phases, and who has inspired much of the work discussed here. This issue is based on a joint Royal Society and British Academy discussion meeting held in October 2015. This issue is now available to read online. Reported as:…

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Masters of deception about nature

Masters of Physics in Nature Excerpt: This interaction raises the possibility that particle velocity information and electrical information, and interactions between them, can be encoded by a single hair.” It also raises the possibility that “electroreception is widespread in arthropods, fulfilling functions beyond the detection of floral electric fields. My comment: Energy-dependent microRNA flanking sequences linked all invertebrates to all vertebrates in the context of what was published as:  The phylogenetic utility and functional constraint of microRNA flanking sequences and…

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Energy-dependent RNA methylation (2)

Energy-dependent RNA methylation (1) Conclusion: Until someone establishes a clear link from energy-dependent RNA methylation to behavior and publishes in a journal such as the Journal of Neuroscience, others may not examine other experimental evidence that clearly links viruses like the Zika virus to changes in morphological phenotypes and behavioral phenotypes via differences in energy-dependent brain development. Each day, the neuroscience news and other news bring more examples of energy-dependent brain development that must be linked from RNA methylation to…

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