hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs

The Origin of Information (4)

Summary: Others have learned that the energy in a hydrogen atom must be linked to all biodiversity on Earth. The question is: “Where did the energy in the hydrogen atom come from?” See: The Origin of Information (3) Finally, someone is asking questions that can be summarized in one question (see below). Until now, on the International Society for Human Ethology’s Yahoo group, and elsewhere, the moderator: Jay R. Feierman has prevented the dissemination of accurate information on this topic.…

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Energy-dependent epigenetic translation to mRNA stability (5)

Energy-dependent epigenetic translation to mRNA stability (4) From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior Small intranuclear proteins also participate in generating alternative splicing techniques of pre-mRNA and, by this mechanism, contribute to sexual differentiation in at least two species, Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans…. See also: The Supraspliceosome – A Multi-Task Machine for Regulated Pre-mRNA Processing in the Cell Nucleus Abstract conclusion: …changes in these regulatory processing activities are associated with human disease and cancer. These findings emphasize the supraspliceosome as…

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The Origin of Information (2)

See also: The Origin of Information (1) Labroots Neuroscience virtual event: RNA mediated molecular epigenetics and virus driven entropy (working title: The Origin of Information) Published to Youtube March 2, 2016 RNA mediated molecular epigenetics and virus driven entropy Presented March 16 and 17, 2016  Login for free and go to the Poster Hall section on Neuron Biology for a full screen display of the poster or view the poster on Figshare Abstract: Energy-dependent molecular epigenetics support Einstein’s complete molecular…

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Energy-dependent biodiversity (2)

This will be my next post to the “Creationism” FB group, where biologically uninformed antagonists have been attacking me on all my other posts or my comments on the posts of others. See, for example: In a series of four presentations during three online conferences: “Neuroscience” “Molecular Diagnostics” “Genetics and Genomics,” I linked Einstein’s math and physics, from Schrodinger’s claims about anti-entropic energy to Dobzhansky’s claims about amino acid substitutions and cell type differentiation in many different species… Currently, more…

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Molecular Microbial Ecology

Second Genome Solutions Excerpt: Todd DeSantis is Second Genome Co-founder and Senior Director of Bioinformatics. Todd has 17 years of experience designing and implementing bioinformatics solutions for analyzing microbial community dynamics. At Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory he led the development of novel microbiome assays and analysis pipelines as a Molecular Microbial Ecology Software Developer. He is the chief architect of Greengenes™, an international effort to catalog global microbial diversity that provides microbial ecologists with reference databases for DNA quality assessment,…

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Selective reporting of inferences: examples of pseudoscience

In the narrative of this presentation on RNA mediated molecular epigenetics and virus driven entropy, I mentioned that Cori Bargmann is scheduled to deliver a lecture entitled “Genes, neurons, circuits and behavior: an integrated approach in a compact brain.” An integrated approach will help others understand what is currently known about how ecological variation leads to ecological adaptation. Works, like hers, with the nematode model organism will help others understand how ecological adaptation leads to biodiversity in the morphological phenotypes…

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Energy dependent RNA-mediated immunity (2)

See also: Energy dependent RNA-mediated immunity (1) Neuroscience of Early-Life Learning in C. elegans See also:  Pan-neuronal imaging in roaming Caenorhabditis elegans Reported as: Watching sensory information translate into behavior “We have long been recording behavior in worms, but we and others have concluded that, if you want to get physiologically relevant neural activity patterns, you have to look at neurons inside a behaving animal,” Samuel explained. “Only in that context are all feedback loops intact, where behavioral output modulates…

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Energy-dependent RNA-mediated immunity (1)

Regulatory evolution of innate immunity through co-option of endogenous retroviruses Excerpt: The analysis revealed a primate-specific element that orchestrates the transcriptional response to interferons. Selection can therefore act on selfish genetic elements to generate novel gene networks. Reported as: A copy-and-paste gene regulatory network Excerpt: Chuong et al. provide evidence that concerted processes, involving endogenous retroviruses (ERVs), which are remarkably abundant in mammalian genomes, have contributed to the evolution of the regulatory systems that control the mammalian immune system (6).…

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Effects on invertebrate GnRH and affects on primate behavior

Introduction: Energy-dependent changes in hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs in solution have again been linked to hormone-organized and hormone-activated behaviors by the conserved molecular mechanisms we detailed in the molecular epigenetics section of our 1996 Hormones and Behavior review. The practical application of those details has been reported in the context of this article, published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Effects of Testosterone Treatment in Older Men Daily Diagnosis is emailed each weekday to members of the…

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Organic Compounds and the Miracle of Smell and Taste

Neo-Darwian evolutionary theorists and human ethologists seem to ignore the fact that reproductive isolation is nutrient-dependent and controlled by the physiology of reproduction. …reproductive isolation may sometimes follow and at other times precede the adaptive divergence of gene pools of populations. — Dobzhansky (1972) Those who cite Dobzhansky’s (1973)  claim that Nothing in Biology Makes Any Sense Except in the Light of Evolution, have failed to explain why …the so-called alpha chains of hemoglobin have identical sequences of amino acids…

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