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Postby London » Tue Nov 22, 2005 10:27 am

Oh Tam Tam...won't you come out and play with us? I'm really kind of liking this bio stuff-wish I would 've studied it in college.

Please give us more hints? Can you also tell me how I scored with the homework assignments? (see last page near bottom).

I also remember what you offered in regards to helping : Garlic, amphotecineB....and so forth.

Do you think thiis new medicine that Chiron Pharmeceuticals is coming out with will be good ? Is'nt this the amphotecine? I know it's available in Europe now.

Tam Tam Please-tell me straight up how devestating this illness is. You have gracioulsly offered suggestions for helping ease the pain we go thru and to that I'd like to say Thank you. I hope you will offer more as they come available.

Tam Tam, I think this bacteria is a very virulent one, i THINK IT(THIS PATHENOGEN), GETS INTO EVERYTHING-AM I RIGHT? I THINK THE INSECTS, THE PLANTS, US HUMANS AND HECK..THEY..EVEN CAN GET INTO AND LIVE IN THE WATER! I KNOW I'M NO SCIENTIST-LIKE I'VE SAID BEFORE, BUT NOW THAT THEY'RE TAKING OVER ALL THE PLANTS AND CROPS WELL IT HAS JUST GOTTEN OUT OF CONTROL. YOU KNOW TAM TAM. I THINK THAT THIS IS HOW IT HAS GOTTEN OUT. THROUGH THE PLANTS' SPORES. WHEW! THIS IS BAD IF MY HYPOTHESIS IS CORRECT. I HAVE SOME FUNNY FEELING WE MIGHT NOT HEAR FROM YOU. DON'T ASK ME WHY, BUT JUST GET THIS FEELING. CERTAINLY HOPE I'M WRONG.

GOSH, I DID NOT REALIZE THAT I HAVE GONE ON FOR SO LONG HERE, MUST GO NOW. I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.

SINCERELY,

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Postby tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 5:48 pm

Anxiety may heighten the ability to observe: a form of fixation.

If this includes disturbing sensory perceptions in the form of recurrent irritation or pain a most threatening situation comes into existence as consult for advise results in a form of ex-communication.

The novel disease that at this moment affects an unprecedented number of people can be compared with the history of Helicobacter Pylori.


Again:

A pathogen in the form of a modified micro organism is the cause of a not understood systemic disease that can express itself in the form of sensing polymer (protein) like filaments that e.g grow in and on the skin.

It are quorum sensing micro organisms that go dormant.
Quorum sensing is a stem cell like property.

Such fibers are dominant gene expression (variant) of a fusion between a cyanobacterium and a mayor parasitic protozoa.
A multiple set dominant gene expression can be found in multiple culture of one strain.

Reject that relates to plant and insect cell technology as well as mammal and bird like expressions have been recorded.

The organism represents a stray target of experimental biology class 3.
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Where isn't it?

Postby Been there » Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:43 pm

I am very hesitant to speak of this for fear of causing panic. Also, there are those who will do anything to keep knowledge of this from the population of the world.
However, I am me, I refuse to be intimidated, besides, after the hell I've been through, nothing intimidates me. I no longer fear this though I may not survive the day. The question isn't where is it but rather where isn't it. In six years of daily observation I have not found one instance where it wasn't. I am positive it has spread completely, organic, inorganic, nothing is sacred!
I find it interesting though, go to a physician, don't say anything other than you are there because and describe one symptom. Act dumb, don't even think about suggesting what you have. Let the physician do all the talking, answer as brief as possible, if asked if you have noticed any other symptoms, use your own judgement as to what is related to the specific reason for your visit and if it is a logical symptom, mention it, otherwise nota. You will be surprised at the results you get. For some strange reason there are medications that treat the symptoms. Investigate and see how many common medications are now made using bio technology. One indication that you know anything other than your symptom and you will automatically be blacklisted. They know all about this. They also are infested. Well, enough said, this is going to cost me.
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Postby tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:44 pm

keywords: cyanobacterium- polymer

C&EN: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - NATURE'S TINIEST GEOENGINEERS - [ Diese Seite übersetzen ]
He suggested that the polymer does so by preferentially binding to and ...
is left after a cyanobacterium undergoes silica biomineralization in the lab. ...
pubs.acs.org/cen/NCW/8142sci1.html - Ähnliche Seiten
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Postby tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:47 pm

Algae as Tools in the Study of Cellulose - [ Diese Seite übersetzen ]
Algae as tools in studying the biosynthesis of cellulose, nature's most abundant
macromolecule. R. Malcolm Brown, Jr. Department of Botany ...
http://www.botany.utexas.edu/facstaff/ facpages/mbrown/algae/default.htm - 70k - Im Cache - Ähnliche Seiten
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Microbial Cellulose: RM Brown, Jr. - [ Diese Seite übersetzen ]
... most abundant macromolecule on earth. Over 10 11 tons are estimated to be
synthesized and destroyed annually on earth (Brown, 1979). Cellulose can be ...
http://www.botany.utexas.edu/facstaff/ facpages/mbrown/position1.htm - 30k - Im Cache - Ähnliche Seiten
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Postby Cilla » Tue Nov 22, 2005 8:58 pm

Hi DJ,
Look, I was not trying to pick holes in your first post, and I apologise if that's the way it seemed. I was more concerned about Ruth, because I think it took a lot for her to share her experiences, and I would not immediately rule out their veracity, so would not term her in any way irrational, on the basis of her descriptions of the way these fibers would behave. After all, it is not exactly unknown in the world of nature for hyphae (e.g.) to float together, and indeed to communicate via electromagnetic means. The recent literature on patients infected with stealth viruses (which may develop viral or fungal properties) suggests something not dissimilar, and states that movement can occur in response to sound.
I agree that psychiatry is a branch of medicine, and, (apart from its more esoteric sub-groups, such as psychoanalysis), is most certainly not a 'soft science'. That is not to say that esotericism such as this is invalid.
Although psychiatrists are primarily physicians, they are primarily concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of the mentally ill. The facilities, and the up to date knowledge which is required to diagnose and treat a range of highly alarming physical clinical features is not usually available to the psychiatrist. Delusional parasitosis is a diagnosis of exclusion still, and this is an extremely important medico-legal consideration.
Anyway, sorry if I offended you. These people need help from scientists such as you, so I hope that you will give it.
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Postby tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 9:24 pm

Informative article about the history of quorum sensing
Bassler-1970
bacterial esperanto


Bugging the Bugs - [ Diese Seite übersetzen ]Bassler's fascination with bacterial communication, quorum sensing, ... According to Bassler, targeting quorum sensing would be a radical new antibiotic ...
publications.nigms.nih.gov/findings/oct04/bugging.html - 28k - Im Cache - Ähnliche Seiten
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Postby tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 9:29 pm

Maybe Ruth has a fine eye for things.

quorum sensing- micro cystis- goo

White fluffy floating material that constitutes congregation of a type cyanobacterium on the surface of water. It will unite in plaques and bloom
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Postby London » Wed Nov 23, 2005 1:45 am

Hello,

Thank you.......... " Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803"??????

Very interesting it is.

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_at_ Cilla

Postby DJ » Wed Nov 23, 2005 4:56 am

Well, you didn't offend me. Just wanted to make sure my previous posts were clear. Also, I guess we'll have to agree to disagree on the psychiatrist issue.

As for Morgellons, my interest is definitely peaked. But I would still need to examine a case personally before making any kind of assessment. I'm not a scientist quite yet either, but very close. If I could find someone with Morgellons to observe, this would definitely make a great topic for my upcoming thesis. Plus, it would be beneficial to other suffers so that I could share my findings. In the near future I may ask for volunteers in my area to bring samples or themselves to our labs for questions and observations. I am just as curious about this phenomenon as most of the users of this forum, or else I would have never joined in on the topic.
Good luck to everyone.
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Postby London » Wed Nov 23, 2005 4:55 pm

Whatever happened to Jed?

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Postby London » Wed Nov 23, 2005 5:41 pm

Fusions between several genes and green fluorescent protein show a pulse of expression before each molt in epithelial cells that synthesize the exoskeleton, indicating that the corresponding proteins are made in the correct time and place to regulate molting. We show further that inactivation of particular genes abrogates expression of the green fluorescent protein reporter genes, revealing regulatory networks that might couple the expression of genes essential for molting to endocrine cues. Many molting genes are conserved in parasitic nematodes responsible for human disease, and thus represent attractive targets for pesticide and pharmaceutical development.....I do believe I know what this is all about.....Should I post more??? I'll be thinking about it.


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