microRNA-mediated silencing

Optoribogenetic-driven sympatric speciation (1)

For presentation during session: Polycomb and chromatin remodeling Historical perspective: Yet another kind of epigenetic imprinting occurs in species as diverse as yeast, Drosophila, mice, and humans and is based upon small DNA-binding proteins called “chromo domain” proteins, e.g., polycomb. These proteins affect chromatin structure, often in telomeric regions, and thereby affect transcription and silencing Optoribogenetic-driven sympatric speciation (1)

Light-activated PTEN-dependent viral latency (2)

See first: Light-activated PTEN-dependent viral latency (1) 12/25/19 On 12/26/19, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory responded to my accurate representations of light-activated energy-dependent biophysically constrained viral latency with a report on Biophysical models of cis-regulation as interpretable neural networks 11/8/19 See: Finally, machine learning interprets gene regulation clearly 12/26/19 “…understanding how something like gene regulation works—is Light-activated PTEN-dependent viral latency (2)

ATP-dependent creation of RNA

An Argonaute phosphorylation cycle promotes microRNA-mediated silencing They suggest that deep evolution somehow conserved energy-dependent phosphorylation sites. The sites somehow link changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance from RNA-mediated cell type differentiation to morphological and behavioral diversity via amino acid substitutions in supercoiled DNA. But they do not mention chirality, autophagy, or supercoiled DNA in ATP-dependent creation of RNA