Larry Kisner Sr.

Energy-dependent alternative splicings 1996 – 2016

Highlights: 1) Alternative splicings of messenger RNA link the sun’s anti-entropic virucidal energy as information to DNA repair. 2) DNA repair links fixation of amino acid substitutions in supercoiled DNA to healthy longevity. 3) Supercoiled DNA protects all organized genomes from virus-driven energy theft and genomic entropy. 4) Genomic entropy is less likely to occur in the context of the physiology of reproduction and transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of ecologically adapted morphological and behavioral phenotypes. 5) Preventing virus-driven energy theft from…

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2016 obfuscated facts about energy as information

Illumination of the fluorescent biomarker in green revealed that the adult mouse brain could be infected by Zika in a region called the subgranular zone of the hippocampus. Full of neural progenitor cells, this part of the brain is important in learning and memory. Credit: Laboratory of Pediatric Brain Disease at The Rockefeller University/Cell Stem Cell As reported by Bob Yirka in: Best of Last Year – The top Medical Xpress articles of 2016 a team of MIT biologists reported…

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The futility of The Battlefield FB group

Apparently, Paul Hartley blocked me from further discussion of his OP about dinosaurs and gladiators before I could ask if he thought “The Battlefield” is a “false flag” group. Does anyone else think that?   If so, do you think it can survive publication of experimental evidence that links responsive supramolecular systems to stepwise changes in the assembly of metal complexes via induction of a light-driven rotary motor scaffold akin to the bacterial flagellum of P. fluorescens? See: Dynamic control…

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Energy-dependent fluorescence in supercoiled DNA

A slide was posted by Larry Kisner Sr. to “The Battlefield” group with comments that may or may not be his. He refused to provide a source for the slide until after I had been banned from the closed group. He claimed it came from one of Mark Armitage’s powerpoint slides. Mark Armitage did not respond to my request for the slide. Excerpt from the caption: “The auto-fluorescence property of these cells indicates they have not yet fossilized. My question:…

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Epigenetics and autophagy vs mutations and evolution (8)

Mycobacterial RNA isolation optimized for non-coding RNA: high fidelity isolation of 5S rRNA from Mycobacterium bovis BCG reveals novel post-transcriptional processing and a complete spectrum of modified ribonucleosides. Epub 2014/12/30 Abstract except:   This optimized RNA isolation procedure thus provides a means to more rigorously explore the biology of ncRNA species in mycobacteria. Reported 2016/11/11 in the context of: Newly discovered genetic code controls bacterial survival during infections Excerpt: “It is really an alternative genetic code, in which any gene…

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Epigenetically effected energy-dependent fluorescence (2)

We are just trying to understand your hypothesis. Peter Berean has wasted more of my time that nearly anyone else I have encountered, and he still claims my model is a hypothesis. On October 14, 2016 I asked: How can you or anyone else tell the difference between a secular humanist and an old earth creationist? For example, I can compare both sects to young earth creationists who have linked everything known about nutritional epigenetics to healthy longevity and everything…

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Epigenetically effected energy-dependent fluorescence

See also: Energy-dependent natural florescence and bioluminescence Membrane vesicles in sea water: heterogeneous DNA content and implications for viral abundance estimates Published online November 8, 2016, which was day two of a conference held in an attempt to revise neo-Darwinian pseudoscientific nonsense, and also the second day that this block site was disabled. Abstract excerpt: “…DNA is packaged heterogeneously within vesicle populations, and it appears that vesicles are likely to be a minor component of SYBR-visible particles in natural sea…

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Epigenetics and autophagy vs mutations and evolution (7)

RNA interference (RNAi) fails to protect all cell types from virus-driven energy theft. The effect on some cell types cannot be controlled. That’s because nutrient energy-dependent endogenosymbiosis and the pheromones-controlled physiology of reproduction protect the organized genomes of species from microbes to humans. Billions of waster dollars have been spent with no end to the waste in sight — until the Trump administration stops it. As that begins to happen, see: tRNA-mediated codon-biased translation in mycobacterial hypoxic persistence (open access)…

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From precis to pre-mRNA and proof of concept in F1, F2, F3

The Gene Ontology Handbook, edited by Christophe Dessimoz & Nives Škunca Open Access, Download it here See also: New trends in evolutionary biology: biological, philosophical and social science perspectives November 7-9, 2016 See also: BioGenomics 2017 – Global Biodiversity Genomics Conference February 21-23, 2017 See also: Using fast-acting temperature-sensitive mutants to study cell division in Caenorhabditis elegans Conclusion: The current limiting factor in using this technology is the availability of fast-acting ts alleles. Previous forward genetic screens for ts alleles…

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