metagenomics

Light-activated carbon fixation (2)

Raman‐activated cell sorting and metagenomic sequencing revealing carbon‐fixing bacteria in the ocean 5/4/18 …anaplerotic CO2 fixation in PR containing Dokdonia sp. MED134 provided up to one‐third of the cell carbon in the light (Palovaara et al., 2014). Hence, it is highly likely that Pelagibacter spp. also contribute to CO2 fixation in open sea. In summary, Light-activated carbon fixation (2)

Quantized energy-dependent mTORC1 and autophagy

Conclusion: One side of this representation of the global metabolic shift links food energy-dependent microRNA biosynthesis to healthy longevity. The other side of the global metabolic shift links the virus-driven theft of quantized energy from autophagy to catabolism. Biologically uninformed theorists link catabolism from mutations to evolution. Serious scientists link fixation of RNA-mediated amino acid Quantized energy-dependent mTORC1 and autophagy