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Postby elmoscubas » Sun Dec 18, 2005 2:01 am

As far as 1979:


Lipopolysaccharides, cell wall components of gram-negative bacteria, are pyrogenic (fever-causing agents) and toxic (Weckesser and Drews, 1979). In Sewickley, Pennsylvania, an outbreak of gastro-enteritis is suspected to have been caused by cyanobacterial LPS (Lippy and Erb, 1976; Keleti et al., 1979).

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i AM OUT OF TOWN, THUS DO NOT HAVE MY DOCUMENTS IN FRONT OF ME, BUT I WILL REMEMBER TO POST THIS ASAP-probably by Mon.pm


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Postby elmoscubas » Sun Dec 18, 2005 2:22 am

YYZ, oh, excuse me, I did have it with me re C3:


C3 DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES: As the focal point in the complement system, C3 participates in numerous effector mechanisms responsible for inflammation and host defence. Consequently it is not surprising that C3 deficiency leads to multiple, severe derangements including immune complex disease, impaired immune responses, impaired chemotaxis, reduced opsonophagocytosis and abnormal serum bactericidal activity. As with classical component deficiencies, these individuals are at increased risk for rheumatologic disease, 79% demonstrating a lupus-like syndrome or systemic vasculitis (310,313). These individuals have a striking disposition to severe and recurrent infections caused primarily by encapsulated organisms, which first manifests itself at an early age. Of all patients reported with this deficiency, 79% have had at least one episode of bacterial infection, particularly sinopulmonary infection, bacteremia or meningitis (310,313).

Most patients with C3 deficiency have pronounced susceptibility to bacterial infection (320). Cutaneous vasculitis, SLE-like symptoms and glomerulonephritis have also been observed. A dysfunctional form of C3 has recently been identified in a patient with SLE-like disease (321). Deficiency of the alternative pathway control proteins, factor I or factor H, leads to C3 hypercatabolism and secondary C3 deficiency (322,323). Factors H and I are primarily responsible for the down regulation of the fluid phase, alternative pathway C3 convertase. In the absence of either of these proteins the spontaneous formation of the C3 convertase goes unchecked, leading to C3 consumption and depletion. Although C3 consumption predisposes to immune complex syndromes, the small amount of residual C3 in the serum of persons lacking these factors seems to lessen their risk of these disorders.


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Postby yyz » Sun Dec 18, 2005 2:58 am

Thanks London,

I think you might have picked up that post/link from me. I posted that awhile back on another forum when we were in search of C3.

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Postby elmoscubas » Sun Dec 18, 2005 3:27 am

Actually, I got it when I was reading about commensialism (SP?) but I'm curious as to what website and when you posted it, just to compare notes.
I just read about it about 5 days ago if that's any reference or not.

Well, what do you think about it anyway?

What I wanted to know was why he said that C reps cyano, then 3 reps trypos----That funny looking thing. why would he say that 3 reps this?

Also, whomever post that post about on page 10??? of this forum, stating that Dr. Martin and his alternative cellular energy pigments....well I watched as that poster changed their name and also deleted their post. I think there is more than one tam tam. The way they write is so different.
One4 is more patient and one is more pissy. We're the only damn ones that should be pissy unless they have this to.

Did you see-just like I said ...he would not address the issue at hand and then if things start heating up, an old regular will pop in. Have you noticed that also?

You want to know where a really strange university is located that I have kept up with for the last little while? For the life of me I do not know what I had typed onto google to find this university but it was the same night that I was searching on 3 mi. island and Chernobal, etc., see if you can find it. It's european.


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Postby elmoscubas » Sun Dec 18, 2005 3:30 am

The Department of Energy operated three gaseous diffusion plants (Paducah, Kentucky; Portsmouth, Ohio; and Oak Ridge, Tennessee) where they enriched uranium for nuclear weapons and power plants; creating depleted uranium as a by-product. Some or all of these plants received uranium extracted from spent nuclear fuels for recycling in the '50s, '60s, '70s, and '80s. Uranium extracted from spent nuclear fuels included low levels of transuranics (americium, neptunium, and plutonium), technetium-99, and uranium-236. The gaseous diffusion process concentrates these contaminants in the enriched uranium and decreases the levels in the depleted uranium so that only trace quantities remain. The DoE plants have established maximum allowable levels for radioactive contaminants in the enriched uranium extracted from recycled nuclear fuel. Routine monitoring has documented contaminant levels below these allowable levels in post-1980 sampling. DoE’s plant at Fernald has received and/or shipped loads from almost all of the DU produced by the gaseous diffusion plants and tested subsets. These data, included in a draft DoE report dated June, 2000, indicate that radioactive contaminants increase the radiation dose from the DU itself by less than 1 percent. This result agrees with the U.S. Army's testing of the DU used in its armor plate for the Abrams Heavy Tank.


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Postby yyz » Sun Dec 18, 2005 3:41 am

London,

http://lymebusters.proboards39.com/inde ... 569&page=2

halfway down the page or so

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Postby yyz » Sun Dec 18, 2005 4:16 am

London,

Worth a look if you havn't already.

http://www.s3support.com

I'll keep looking. At least until the nice men in the dark SUVs pull up to take me. Can't wait... wish somebody would take me somewhere.

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Postby elmoscubas » Sun Dec 18, 2005 4:46 am

Hey, I had ne4ver opened that hyperlink you posted on Lbusters, but It is the same exact website. I only used it tonight b/c I don't have any papers with me and I knew Skytroll had it hyperlinked it a couple of pages back on this forum.But I sure wish I had seen it when you posted it. Yes, 3 support is full if info. The only thing is that Dr. wrote /produced two journal publications on the same dayte. Jan15th maybe. I thought this was weird-
men in black-funny. :)

Goodnite


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Postby elmoscubas » Mon Dec 19, 2005 1:59 am

Don't know if this is relevent, it's about BSE Infection. Also Scrapie. Very interesting. Causes severe mental problems then eventually, death.

I do remember quite a while back as I was researching something that TamTam said, and I found it quite odd that my google search results would pull up mental institutions for the answer. One particular was located in Canada. Here's more....

CJD presents as a subacute dementia, evolving over weeks to several months and is accompanied by pyramidal, extrapyramidal, and cerebellar signs. The mean age of death is 57 years but the disease may occur in the late teens and early twenties. At various stages of the progression of the disease, myoclonus with periodic sharp-wave complexes in the EEG appear. In the final stages of the disease, there is an incapacitating dementia, usually with severe myoclonus. Patients with GSS present initially with ataxia or dementia and deteriorate inexorably to death over 1 to 10 years. Protease resistant PrP and PrP immunoreactive plaques with characteristic morphology accumulate in the brains of patients with GSS.


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Postby Skytroll » Mon Dec 19, 2005 4:55 am

Hey there Elmo,

Tam Tam mentioned something about folding proteins. This happens with CJD and mad cow.
Also entanglements in Alzheimers comparable to mad cow. In the 80's there was a bunch of it and it was buried in news. I saw the cows.

They kept falling, just like I almost do. I never wanted to be a cow.

This has gone from left side of body to right now.
Hip gives out, can't kneel on knee, right arm
extensior, wrists, and tooth ache on right side.

HmmmmmmmmmmmmUnfolding and folding of Prions, a protein.........

Well now, we have come full circle. In an article I read in a science mag, they talked about the cow having the biggest biofilm production going on, right it the cow's gut.

Well now, could it be?

http://www.mad-cow.org/~tom/structural_studies.html

also found this yyz and elmo.

http://www.pivot.net/~jpierce/proteome_project.htm

Interesting things out on the web of delight......

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Postby elmoscubas » Mon Dec 19, 2005 5:50 am

Oh yeah, It was related to spongiform encephalitis of Bovine. I just don't think we have all got the same damn bacteria in us.


So many different patents. I will check out your above hyperlinks.

What I thought too was interesting comes from the swine- especially the VEE type from the Brazilian swine. It matched better than the one that has been established in North America.

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Postby elmoscubas » Mon Dec 19, 2005 6:02 am

So Captain Tam,

1. What do you say to the other c3 that we posted about? any good?

Tam, now don't you quit on us, we need you. That blueprint too.

Mr. Tam I've been reading about PHB copolymers. That damn company Metabolix Inc. and Oliver Peoples is just something, is it not? They even developed engineered plant systems for PHA production in an integrated biomass biofinery.

Why they even structured a strategic alliance for commercialization of fermentation technology.

I bet you already knew this. You still mad at me? I'm sorry I made you angry. As I said, just PM me and tell me to stop and I will!

Oh, yes, throw out your opininion of DU for us as well. We all know they used this on the Gulf war vets.

Thank You London


PS everyone.....Here's some news that's a fact.....

When I was in Switzerland in the year of 98, well guess who else was there attending an all girls boarding school? Yes, one of the Bush lil darlings. That is a fact I saw with my own eyes!

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