genes

What happened to Timothy J. Cunningham?

Missing CDC scientist: What happened to Tim Cunningham? Police release new details (video) My comment: He linked racial/ethnic disparities from epigenetically-effected RNA-mediated sex differences to all virus-driven pathology before anyone else did it. His published works clearly refute all neo-Darwinian pseudoscientific nonsense and he also refuted all the claims made by Big Bang cosmologists. See: 1) Racial/ethnic disparities in self-reported short sleep duration among US-born and foreign-born adults 2) Sex-specific relationships between adverse childhood experiences and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease…

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An evolutionary theory killer

Subatomic: From thermophiles to humans (2)

Summary: As more information about natural selection for energy-dependent codon optimality made it clear that food energy was essential for species survival, the theorists continued to refuse to use experimental evidence to support their claims about how mutations and natural selection could lead to the evolution of a new species. Now, the theorists are left with foolish claims, like this “…the universe simply is, without ultimate cause or explanation.” Why Is There Something, Rather Than Nothing? by Sean M. Carroll…

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MicroRNAs and the Cassandra syndrome (revisited)

Conclusion: Serious scientists can explain every aspect of energy-dependent biophysically constrained viral latency in the context of details about these pathways and everything that links changes from electrons to ecosystems in all living genera. Why are the serious scientists still challenged by “…the tendency of academia to reject any academic-like work from outside academia?” What aspect of the academic contribution that could lead to the cure for all pathology do biologically uninformed academics want to continue to reject and attack?…

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For God and Country

Energy-dependent structure and function: Until death (3)

Energy-dependent structure and function: Until death (2) The COMT Val158Met polymorphism supposedly is not found in species other than humans See: Global variation in the frequencies of functionally different catechol-O-methyltransferase alleles This is also the first study establishing the COMT*L allele as the derived allele unique to humans. Other organisms do not commit suicide. That suggests the human specific COMT Val158Met substitution may be important to those who know very little about suicide prevention. For instance, see: The catechol-o-methyltransferase Val158Met polymorphism…

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For God and Country

Energy-dependent structure and function: Until death (2)

Energy-dependent structure and function: Until death (1) Terry Crews details alleged sexual assault by ‘high level’ Hollywood exec “This whole thing with Harvey Weinstein is giving me PTSD. Why? Because this kind of thing happened to ME…” Crews tweeted Tuesday. This claim helps to link the celebrity status of Hollywood victims like Robin Williams to the suicide rate in veterans who have returned from military service overseas with viruses. The viruses clearly link energy-dependent changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance…

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For God and Country

Energy-dependent structure and function: Until death (1)

The structure-energy landscape of NMDA receptor gating …using single-molecule Forster resonance energy transfer (smFRET), we map the energy landscape of the first transmembrane segment of the Rattus norvegicus NMDA receptor under resting and various liganded conditions. These results show kinetically and structurally distinct changes associated with apo, agonist-bound, and inhibited receptors linked by a linear mechanism of gating at this site. Furthermore, the smFRET data suggest that allosteric inhibition by zinc occurs by an uncoupling of the agonist-induced changes at…

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Thinking about energy is not radical re-thinking

The brain: a radical rethink is needed to understand it …Optogenetics, a technique that uses genetic modification of neurons so that their electrical activity can be controlled with light pulses – can help us to explore their specific contribution to brain function. Optogenetics links the speed of light on contact with water to what is known about all energy-dependent cell type differentiation in all individuals of all living genera. Serious scientists, for example, have linked angstroms to ecosystems in all living…

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Theistic evolutionists fight back and lose

A giant neuron found wrapped around entire mouse brain Yuste and Eberwine would like to see 3D reconstructions of individual neurons compared to analyses of the genes expressed in those neurons. This may offer clues as to the type and function of each cell. The nutrient energy-dependent structure and function of all cell types in all living genera links biodiversity from the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction in C. elegans to the predatory behavior of P. pacificus, a predatory nematode with…

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Metabolic Phenotyping Research

Global Consortium to Conduct Metabolic Phenotyping Research Consortium members in six countries will use chromatography, mass spectrometry, and other technologies to conduct metabolic phenotyping research that examines the dynamic interactions between genes, environments, microbiomes, diets, and lifestyles, and their collective impact on disease. My Predictions. 1. They will link energy as information to healthy longevity. 2. They will report their findings as if they discovered new molecular mechanisms. 3. The mechanisms will link the anti-entropic virucidal energy of ultraviolet light…

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Light ‘drives’ adaptation; nothing ‘drives’ evolution (2)

See: Light ‘drives’ adaptation; nothing ‘drives’ evolution See also: Who rules the waves? – Viruses might just be bit players in the drama of the seas. Then again, they could be major actors Excerpt (from 1996):  Most consider viruses to be a legion of cripples, sterilised by ultraviolet radiation and rendered impotent by hosts that are largely immune to their threat. But a few researchers take the opposite view. And if they turn out to be right, viruses could radically…

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