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Postby London » Wed Dec 14, 2005 12:52 pm

In C. elegans,
RNAi phenotypes can be induced by injecting worms with dsRNA23,24, by soaking them
in solutions containing dsRNA10,26, or even by feeding them bacteria that express
dsRNA27-29. RNAi is now a routine method to inactivate genes in C. elegans.


Also when looking at Mycoplasmas( there is over 200 secies) I find the
Retrovirus to be of great issue. Here's something I had on Mycoplasmas.....

Many mycoplasmal pathogens exhibit filamentous or flask-shaped appearances and display prominent and specialized polar tip organelles that mediate attachment to host target cells . These tip structures are complex, composed of a network of interactive proteins, designated adhesins, and adherence-accessory proteins . These proteins cooperate structurally and functionally to mobilize and concentrate adhesins at the tip and permit mycoplasmal colonization of mucous membranes and eucaryotic cell surfaces, probably through host sialoglycoconjugates and sulfated glycolipids It appears that mycoplasmal cytadherence-related proteins represent a superfamily of genes and proteins that have been conserved through horizontal gene transfer from an ancestral gene family. This protein network resembles a specialized cytoskeleton-like apparatus, which may represent the precursor to mammalian cytoskeletal and extracellular matrix-like complexes Other Mycoplasma species lack distinct tip structures yet are capable of cytadherence, and they may use related genes or proteins or alternative mechanisms of surface parasitism.


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Postby London » Wed Dec 14, 2005 2:55 pm

A lightbulb moment here ( I think).......After looking at this (our illness) from another angle yesterday I have come to the conclusion that this is based on the theory of :

" Innate Immunity"

2 parts to this......

1. Innate-that with which one was born with, and

2. Adaptive/specific- B and T cells that get a response to precise antigens.

Cells that have Dendrites talk to t-cells, and they then talk to b cells.

Let's say B. Thuringiensis which I think is Anthrax and it's 2 pathenogens
a) Insect and b) nematode

this produces a spore and a toxin crystal. The spores disseminate thru
the landside and thus the bovine eats it for his meals, Now the bacteria turn the cow into more spores.

the insect will do the same except he will eat the crystal toxin as well.

The toxin will bind to the receptor/changes conformation, inserts into membrane and forms a PORE!

Organic Farmers can still use B.t-they are used in transgenic plants to kill the insects. Take one of the toxin receptors and clone it to the fly and Boom! You are now really whacked, but wait, the more crops that are produced, the more B.t toxins it will be releasing, so our meals become more and more infected and we become even more "whacked" as long as we keep eating this. I think We will see most increases in the spring and again in very late summertime, when Cyano produces/ blooms.

Some things that I'm going to guess constitute our disease:

Enterococcus faecium , Cyanobacteria, ( brucella????), Zeuzera pyrina-the moth and C. Elegan( ,it is on me anyway).and the tryposonomma
Now do I know this?? No.
I am just guessing.

Sincerely,

London

PS I left off a disease: I will choose: P.aeruginosa
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Postby London » Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:59 pm

ohhh,now I see better, it's the MYXOCOCCUS not the mycotoxins-

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C Elegans similar to Borrelia burgdorferi?

Postby J Jill » Thu Dec 15, 2005 1:21 pm

Point to ponder?

The nematode is involved in Lyme Disease. The C Elegans worm.

This worm "contains similarity to Borrelia burgdorferi" per link below.

How could this be? Can someone explain this?

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The link below at http://www.wormbase.org shows that Gene model for
Caenorhabditis elegans:

"contains similarity to Borrelia burgdorferi"

See link:


http://www.wormbase.org/db/gene/gene?na ... ;class=CDS

Excerpt:

Gene Summary for M04C3.3
Specify a gene using a locus, sequence, protein, genbank or SwissProt symbol:


Identification Brief ID: M04C3.3 gene
Species: Caenorhabditis elegans
Common name: unassigned (name not approved by CGC)
Gene model(s): Gene Model Status Remark Nucleotides
(coding/transcript) Protein SwissProt Amino

Acids
M04C3.3 partially confirmed by cDNA(s) contains similarity to Borrelia
burgdorferi Conserved

hypothetical protein.; TR:Q9S044 573/1424 bp WP:CE18080 O62320 190 aa

Putative C. briggsae ortholog: not identified
Literature citations: 0 citations

Location Interpolated Genetic Position: V:21.46
Genomic Position: V:19448150..19446727 bp
Genomic Environs:

End Excerpt


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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/view ... al=3878626

Hypothetical protein M04C3.3 [Caenorhabditis elegans].

Scroll down to the Comment re: The sequence is not necessarily the entire insert of
the specified clone...

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Thanks in advance for any insight.

I'm surprised no students have jumped in on this. Be a great subject for a thesis?
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Postby C3 » Thu Dec 15, 2005 6:53 pm

keywords: hox genes

Hox Genes and Birth Defects
Hox genes found in almost all animals, control how and where parts of ...
Many other birth defects also may result from disruptions of hox gene activity. ...
apu.sfn.org/content/Publications/ BrainBriefings/hox_genes.html - 18k - Cached - Similar pages
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Postby Skytroll » Thu Dec 15, 2005 7:13 pm

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Postby Skytroll » Thu Dec 15, 2005 7:45 pm

Thank you Tam Tam,

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Postby Cilla » Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:59 pm

Hi all,
I was thinking about something London said about research showing how psychic energy can cause change in readings in a different room.
What I am going to say now may not sound scientific, but I am not a scientist. However, Einsteing believed in psychic energy, believing that thoughts could physically travel in some way through time and space. Furthermore, one of the individuals who discovered DNA (Crick, I think), believed that it had an inherent language, in the true sense of the word.
Then I thought I remembered reading something that Cliff Mickelson alluded to, about the very strange way this new infection can sort of interact with one's thinking patterns, and I did not get the sense that he only meant the 'brain fog'. I think the latter is due to allergens etc. being released into the blood stream by the fibers, larvae etc., especially when under threat. This is why you will feel much better if you remove as much as you can every day, and if you take the required medication.
I think this may be some kind of cloning technique that seems very different to me. I wonder if, because the infection seems to take place predominantly in the hair follicles, (and then grow up the length of the hair shaft, just like tinea capitas), if it is in some way actually combining with the affected person's stem cells, to the extent that the individual's DNA becomes actually entwined with it. I think there is a very complicated chemical chain reaction that sets in, as the person's stem cells combine with the interloper to grow skin and hair, guided by the sensors of the lepidoptera, the actions of the dermatophytes, and the quorum sensing bacterial infection. I think that something like a constant ongoing pumping of some kind of suppressive agent must be taking place, (a bit like the donor's stem cell transplant given to the lady who received the face transplant), because the reaction of individuals to this partly foreign living breathing tissue is not overwhelming, (just hellish).
I think it might be worth, in addition to relentless treatment, taking control of this borg by talking to it, (mentally, not out loud). Tell it you know that it wishes to form human skin and hair, but its DNA, in parts, are too insect like, plant like or animal like. Keep combing your hair, and tell these parts to go, visualising spinning cells and chemical steps whizzing around, but in the direction that you want, e.g. parts of it may change to become more human like, as the alien DNA fails. Then visualise the cells from your immune system dealing with all of this, and learning from the new improved DNA, which then together forcibly combine to oust the borg DNA even more ruthlessly. However, do not be confrontational, but be very firm, and tell it that it must go back to its space craft (or whatever).
Crick believed in the latter thing too!
I know, in a sense, this is nonsense, but if you act as though you believe it, it might work. This is because this infection is genetically programmed to 'become' human tissue, so it could well respond to your inner language.
Try it, and if it works let me know, as I have other visualisation tricks up my sleeve.
Remember the islanders who survived the Tsunami. Sometimes, even though what you 'believe' is nonsense, the actions can be right. Remember that many animals survived also, so there is something in telepathy in times of extremis.
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Postby Skytroll » Thu Dec 15, 2005 9:17 pm

Cilla,

I think you have something there. I believe we are going into the psychic realm in some ways, don't you?

I know somewhere in my "stuff" I have a study or investigation into controlling thoughts, a neurobiochemoelectrical something or other.

Will see who was doing it and where.

But, we have power over our own thoughts.

So, I will try it.

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Postby London » Thu Dec 15, 2005 11:39 pm

Cilla,

t has been hypothesized that the body's primary gamma emitter, potassium-40 (K40), represents a "self-regulation" of energy within the body and the surrounding electromagnetic field.24



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Postby yyz » Fri Dec 16, 2005 2:03 am

TamTam said:

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.


Is this a clue that should be looked at more closely? Or is he just saying not to become so emotionally stressed about it so as to avoid the dreaded DOP diagnosis? As to the H. Pylori reference, I believe it was thought at one time that H. Pylori could not exist in a gastric environment and also that H. Pylori in recent years has been connected to Acne Roseaca (stress related possibly?)

Anyone care to elaborate? TamTam? Anyone?

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fiber disease

Postby Barz » Fri Dec 16, 2005 2:38 am

Yes, YYZ. just google those words. I came up with METHOD OF FORMING TISSUE INGROWTH ON SURGICAL IMPLANTS. Artificial skin perhaps?
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