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Postby Barz » Thu Jan 19, 2006 6:54 pm

Tam, would SWNTs be involved somehow?
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Postby London » Thu Jan 19, 2006 7:11 pm

Bartz,

It could be-to store something in. PM me if you don't know what I'm referring to.
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Postby Barz » Thu Jan 19, 2006 7:27 pm

London, I think I got ya. Will I become a wingless hedgehog?
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Postby C3 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 8:44 pm

The video footage shows a perfect culture...
This is example of what can be observed!

About 180 culture of one and the same virulent strain.
Departure was from giant cell (also in the video)

Multi lineage differentiation relates to " observed expression"
Much culture has been like " a variable" or "variation on a theme!"

Some expression has been less frequent or rare,
like the "perfect" fly,
the butterfly,
the bird like and mammal like reject.

Hence more frequent to observe was a multitude attempts
(random recombination)
Sometimes recombination did result in a novel like cell line.

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If I say " imagine to enter the house(...)
You probably imagine to enter the house trough the front or back door.

Fact is that "multi lineage differentiation" also will let you enter the house trough the chimney or even trough the wall(...)

And instruction like "to enter" also seems to include "to depart"
or more(...)

Like a courier that will deliver a message and take back the answer while waiting to receive order!

Maybe better to call this property interaction.

During a process of random recombination all possible and/ or stable connections may become fact, but fact in relation to its environment.

What you look for is constancy

Despite random recombination dominant axis are present.
This is because all combination is based on a final set input and preference.

If random (re) combination occurs, than also perfect reject must occur,
to know combination that resembles or constitutes initial input.

What can be cultured is not exactly what happens in the body because here the pathogen confronts the immune system
(a hostile environment)

Constancy in this particular respect is that what is stable thus
what survives the immune system or what interacts with
"native" cell (host pathogen interaction)

Do "native" cell mutate and become less communicative or foreign to the body?

I think most is about microbial resistance, cell (signal) inhibition and/or cell adhesion and/ or cell rupture(lysis like) caused by the presence and/ or accumulation of foreign (adaptive) protein.

Like a cube (a micro organism)
of sugar (its protein make up)
that has dispersed into a cup of coffee! (your body)
and now represents the quality of the substance
(e.g your skin condition)

To identify is one, to determine is another thing.

Do not confuse fibers with skin lesions.

Fibers are variant,
a novel like cell line,
a cell line that shows semi autonomous behavior in the form of a multi cellular entity

All is about single cell quorum sensing made micro organisms that act as a multi cellular entity
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Postby Cilla » Thu Jan 19, 2006 8:45 pm

Tam tam,
In addition to J.Jill's questions, which I certainly echo, how is it that another scientist speaks of being awed (in a horrified way) when seeing the new black fiber growing down the hair follicle alongside the proper occupant (the hair) which it soon ousts.
What is the point of all this? Why does this infection have a propensity for the hair follicles at the back of the neck? Where exactly might the fibers and worms go that lie beneath? If there are nematodes or helminths throughout the body, are they connected to each other in some way?
Are they dependent, sometimes, on the ones that may form on, or in the subcutaneous tissue of the scalp?
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Postby J Jill » Thu Jan 19, 2006 9:39 pm

Thanks for your answer TamTam/C 3. I have a better understanding.
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My thoughts on Fiber Disease

Postby raskel » Thu Jan 19, 2006 10:43 pm

Everything is a protein. If you are gonna stop Cancer you need to block the proteins. Hair follicles are what many use for DNA..chocked full of good stuff.

This is a mutated protein that interferes with your cytokines and replaces other proteins. It makes your body rot thus attracting other bugs and fungus and bacteria that shoudl be expelled.

We need to be looking for what protein it is DNA/GENOME wise, that can dulpicate itself at a very, very rapid rate, find out how to block it and then stop it from filling up every inch of our bodies.

L-actin may have something to do with it, I am not sure.

If you cut yourself the fibers will go to the wound and the scab will be nothing but fibers.

It may be able to wipe out other proteins and put itself in its place like with the follicle.

This is dangerous science..and as you may tell I am not a scientist..just a sufferer with 4.5 years of hell on earth experience.

Just my opinon..nothing more, nothing less.

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Postby London » Thu Jan 19, 2006 11:07 pm

TAM TAM,

Weltanschauung
Tinadtad a root insenpen a panonot.

The Recombinant DNA !!!!!
Protein kinases represent some of the most important drug targets in medicine today since aberrant kinase activity underpins many disease states. Ligand binds to the extracellular domain of these receptors

Multilineage Differentiation from Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines
Propagation, Expansion, and Multilineage Differentiation of Human Somatic Stem Cells from Dermal Progenitors and
Characterization of differentiated stem cells on the basis of their gene expression profile.

Transcriptional Control of T Lymphocyte Differentiation

Mycobacterial infections often manifest as diseases such as tuberculosis.treating infectious diseases. In particular, the invention relates to the manipulation of antigen production by infectious organisms. the present invention comprises manipulation of mycobacterial genes resulting in the modification of heat shock protein production.

TamTam, also....gating here in Dallas-
a protein, called MscL, found in the membrane of the single-cell bacterium Escherichia coli. The protein is essentially an emergency-response valve that changes shape to let salts and other solutes in and out of the cell through a process called "gating" in order to keep tension on the membrane steady. This gating process allows some of the cell's innards to spill out or liquid from the surrounding environment to rush in.

and last but not least( before deductions) is:
SIALYLTRANSFERASE 3C.
Could this be your steps,steps, steps: Leading from Gene to Protein thus

"Roles of mutation and recombination in the evolution of protein thermodynamics !"

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Postby ukguy » Fri Jan 20, 2006 11:20 am

Hi All

Anyone have any ideas on dietary measures that can be taken to help
the body fight this?

I've heard good reports from people using the Anti-Candida diet.

Will this organism thrive in an acid or alkaline environment ?

Best regards
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Postby ukguy » Fri Jan 20, 2006 1:14 pm

South...?

The video is down....

Something coming? My doctor asked me to get something together for him.

Best regards
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Video

Postby Barz » Fri Jan 20, 2006 1:24 pm

UK Guy, Email South via his web site. I did that last time he was down. He said he was hacked!
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Postby ukguy » Fri Jan 20, 2006 2:08 pm

Oops..it's ok.

Apologies South.

Regards
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