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Postby London » Tue Feb 21, 2006 9:13 am

Thanks for reopening thread~

Patrick,
I certainly hope it is okay to post this. I would certainly be happy
to hear from you more. We ( most of us posters) are just everday people
with no background in any Science field; in particular Microbiology. Someone has given out hints to what might be the cause of the heinous
disease I suffer from: Morgellons. I am, and have been following
these leads. Your feedback is appreciated.

Sincerely,

London

Transfer of DNA

In conjugative transfer, DNA passes along a tube that links two bacteria, which may occur
between bacteria of the same or similar species. Plasmids carrying genes as transposable
elements (transposons) may transfer between cells. Those carrying more than one
transposon can encode resistance to many, chemically unrelated, antibacterials.
Transformation involves the uptake of DNA from the environment. DNA acquired by this
process may come from an unrelated species, and antibacterial resistance may be
acquired even from species not usually responsible for causing disease.
Transduction involves the transfer of DNA by a bacteriophage.
Prion domains: sequences, structures and interactions.
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Prion domains: sequences, structures and interactions.

Laboratory of Biochemistry and Genetics, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20892-0830, USA. wickner@helix.nih.gov

Mammalian and most fungal infectious proteins (also known as prions) are self-propagating amyloid, a filamentous beta-sheet structure. A prion domain determines the infectious properties of a protein by forming the core of the amyloid. We compare the properties of known prion domains and their interactions with the remainder of the protein and with chaperones. Ure2p and Sup35p, two yeast prion proteins, can still form prions when the prion domains are shuffled, indicating a parallel in-register beta-sheet structure
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... med_docsum

Prions: proteins as genes and infectious entities ; see:
http://www.genesdev.org/cgi/content/full/18/5/470

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DNA methylation-dependent regulation of pef expression in Salmonella typhimurium.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... s=10692151
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Synthetic Mammalian Prions
http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/a ... 5/5684/673
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Below is something I found via the internet around Christmas time, but until these last few days I have not been able to see where it fit into anything. Now I do.

The following is a website by the name of a man called
Stephen T. Abedon. He used to work at the University of Arizona
and now works for Ohio State University. His interest lies in
phage ecological, particularly phage adaptation to growth limitat-
ions imposed by environments. http://www.bacteriophage.org

I think the bacteriophage, in particular T-4 fits into what is
plagueing us. I am hoping that the role of CD4-positive T cells in
Bacterial Killing will help us fight this.

Here is something on the T-4:

Phage T4 has provided countless contributions to the paradigms of genetics and biochemistry. Its complete genome sequence of 168,903 bp encodes about 300 gene products. T4 biology and its genomic sequence provide the best-understood model for modern functional genomics and proteomics. Variations on gene expression, including overlapping genes, internal translation initiation, spliced genes, translational bypassing, and RNA processing, alert us to the caveats of purely computational methods.

http://mmbr.asm.org/cgi/content/full/67/1/86

I think believe what TamTam speaks of may indeed be:

LYsophospholipase_carboxylesterase, but I do
know if this is correct.

Sincerely just trying to find an answer,

London
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Postby Skytroll » Tue Feb 21, 2006 3:04 pm

"Yeast and filamentous fungi accomplish horizontal transfer (of viruses and prions) by the cytoplasmic transfer that occurs during mating without nuclear fusion. "


from the link above, genesdev.org.....London........

I have been looking at this for a while, too.

Excellent links.

Bacteriophages, where the HGT takes place.....According to U of M original bacteriophage
constructions......



Yeast and filamentous fungi as the transfer agents.


Ummmmmmm

Our friendly little prion. I have noticed the folding or morphing. If one has both vertical transfer and horizontal transfer. Protein signalling, maybe?
Not just cell signalling.

Some interesting things get mixed up together don't they?





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Postby London » Wed Feb 22, 2006 1:21 am

I think this is about adhesive organelles; about "folding."

It's about : trans- b.

( The tree I speak of above is supposedly not dangerous to animals
but it kills algea. The tree does gow on both land and water)

Understanding the molecular events involved in the biogenesis of these organelles will be crucial for the development of novel therapeutic strategies. Elucidating common themes in these pathways will be a prerequisite for any efforts targeted towards developing a therapeutic strategy with broad-spectrum activity. The identification of those processes that occur following attachment will undoubtedly open up further avenues of therapeutic possibilities, as we come closer to understanding how host-pathogen interactions lead to the expression of bacterial genes that are important in pathogenesis.
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Drug Discovery in the Post-Genomic Era
Functional and Comparative Genomics
And Proteomics
-- Discover New Targets for Antimicrobial
Compounds
-- Understanding Good Drug Targets
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The effect of pH on the cytoplasmic facing side on H1
movement has been mimicked. The pH sensitivity suggests that
the carboxyl group, or ion binding cavity, is accessible to the
cytoplasm. The ion cavity is positioned within the lipid bilayer
(20, 40). Hence, the pH sensitivity of the mutants support the
idea of aqueous exit/entry channels within subunit a and/or at
the interface between it and subunit c.
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Take a look at CJD clusters

France is in fear; burning animals ( does this infact only spread it)

Animal diseases are on the rise.

Tonight on the news was a story of childrens stuffed animals having highly toxic Pestidcides in them. Of course, most were imported. Had DDT; the works in it.

America's Food products are so very dangerous. It has something awful
in gelatin even. Our water systems have lead, mercury, the works~
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HAS anyone heard of a part beetle/ part flea bug?????

Thank you,

London

PS don't forget about Bt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Postby tamtam » Mon Feb 27, 2006 6:27 pm

A delay exist with the release of new video footage that will show the relation between black specks, wing spot and bio sensor.

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Postby Barz » Tue Feb 28, 2006 12:07 am

Sorry to hear that TamTam. We have all been holding our breath here waiting. Our children are sick. We are very ill. I hope that you will soon get that video out. Our doctors are waiting as well. Would you please let us know when we CAN expect video release? Thank you.

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Postby London » Tue Feb 28, 2006 6:53 am

Dear Tam Tam,

I have studied an older document on the "Gall Moth", where it
showed the wing pattern.

Is this newer article-relating to nanoparticles and wing spots
of butterfly ( cancer) what you are trying to tell us?

Thank you,

London

http://www.brightsurf.com/news/headline ... leID=21896

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/0 ... 40376e.pdf
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Postby Linn » Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:45 pm

Hi london, and every one
Has anyonr heard this clip?:

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/2005/02/15.html
"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these".

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Postby London » Wed Mar 01, 2006 12:06 am

Hi Lynn.

Sre you a memeber? I could not listen to your hyperlink unless

I joined. If you indeed heard it, was it anything new? When I clicked

onto the write up on right side of page ( they had hyperlink), it just took

me to their website.

Is there anything new to this, If so, I will join to hear it.

Thank youm,

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Postby Linn » Wed Mar 01, 2006 3:36 pm

I was hoping someone had already listened
well I guess I will subscribe for the month so
I can listen to it as its cheap enough.
I will let all know if I do and what the content is.
I miss the show because its on late at night.

London did you click on the info about Mary from
Morgellons.org
She graduated from UMASS (biology)I was happy

to hear that is in my area so maybe she has Dr contacts
around here. I just went to UMASS area yesterday
to a dermatologist for a biopsy. He is skeptical of the
whole morgellons thing (of course)
But Some good news!! He and three other doctors
were in the examination and he said he believes
I do have somrthing
going on and I am NOT delusional!!! :D :D :D That is so
important to hear hah?
I hope that encourages some of you to hang in there!!! :)
Love (Agape) and peace,
Lynne
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PrimetimeABC to air Morgellons story

Postby Sabrina » Sun Mar 12, 2006 4:21 am

This has already been posted on other boards but thought I would announce it here since I have not seen it as of yet.


Tentatively, Primetime ABC will air a segment on Morgellons on March 23! :D 8) :D

This should shake some things up. Let’s pray they get it right.



And,

DermaTechRx claims to have a cure for us (not). They are way premature and should be sued for false advertising.

http://www.cure-skin-parasite.com/?wcw=google



Peace,
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Postby Linn » Mon Mar 13, 2006 11:44 pm

Hi sabrina
yes Ukguy told me it was posted at Lymebusters
but Mary at morgellons didnt send an e-mail about it
except that the broadcasts had been delayed.
I dont know if this was it or if she was referring to
an other one.
i thought there would be a broadcast on World News
tonight
Watch primetime this Thursday night because they
will announce it if it is for sure.

My dermatologists said there was an aticle in a derm pub
(forgot the name) too

yes things are looking up thanx to every one of us on
all the forums and the exhausting work we have done
to spread the word.
hats off to you! :D :D :D :D Many, many thanx and love
Lynne

PS: I just went to primetime web site
and can not find any thing unless its a secret??
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Postby befour » Tue Mar 14, 2006 10:34 am

TO......

TAMTAM .......... AND .......SOUTHCITY!!!

YOU ARE MY HERO'S!!!!!

PLEASE MAKE THEM HEAR, AS WELL AS, SEE THE FACTS!!!

I WILL PRAY FOR YOU.... AND US ALL!

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