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Postby befour » Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:43 am

Sky--

Check your PM please.

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Postby ukguy » Tue Apr 25, 2006 10:27 am

Hey London

My 'google' comment was in support of you.

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Postby befour » Tue Apr 25, 2006 1:16 pm

Hey Ukguy.

Please check your PM, I sent you a follow-up.

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Postby Barz » Tue Apr 25, 2006 3:28 pm

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 25, 2006 6:43 pm

this might explain a few things......



http://members.nextra.at/p.eigner/Ciliates.html





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Postby London » Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:19 pm

Now that was funny Skytroll! Lil hard to read though......:)

Dear UKGUY, Silly man; I knew that you were being supportive; you always are! and we all appreciate you too.

Hi Bartz. You rock! Thanks for the spider/ Dupont article.......

Randy, Any news???

Where's Helen and the Irish gibberish woman, Lynne? They must be having a tea party and writing the e-book. Hope they are okay......

Befour, where did you purchase your peppermint oil? Just at like an herb store?


Thanks-

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:21 pm

A test being considered:

GAPDH-luc Xen
Mouse Strain: FVB/N-Tg(GAPDH-luc)-Xen
Common Name: GAPDH-luc
Genotype: Hemizygote
Background Strain: FVB/N
Coat Color: Albino

Description of Model
Light producing animal model (LPTA®) FVB/N-Tg(GAPDH-luc)-Xen, commonly called GAPDH-luc, carries an 11.8 kbp fragment of the human Phosphoglyceraldehyde dehyrogenase promoter (GAPDH) isolated from human genomic DNA BAC clone, a chimeric intron, and modified firefly luciferase cDNA (Promega pGL-3). Basal expression of the reporter was highest in skeletal muscle, brain, kidney and gonads, and detectable in all tissues. The reporter is constitutively expressed and is not significantly inducible. This LPTA® animal model is available from Xenogen Biosciences, Cranbury, New Jersey, USA.

Applications
The GAPDH-luc LPTA® animal model may be used as donor animals for studying the transplantation of various tissue types.


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http://www.xenogen.com/wt/page/animal_misc

Other encouraging studies.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:36 pm

Helen,

What was the type of wood in the crate your friend had?

Please read:



BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - The deadly fungus that causes sudden oak death appears to have been imported on plants destined for commercial nurseries.

A team of plant pathologists at U-C Berkeley have discovered that samples of the fungus taken from California's forests and nurseries appear to have the same genes.

But the fungus that has killed thousands of California trees since its detection in 1995 is not known to be native to the region.

Scientists suspect it was accidentally imported from Asia, possibly aboard rhododendron plants.

The study's findings will appear in the May issue of the journal Molecular Ecology.

from:
http://www.fox6.com/news/state/story.as ... &rss=state

Have been looking at Oak for some time now, and gypsy moths like oak also.

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Postby London » Tue Apr 25, 2006 8:00 pm

Skytroll,

cool article on the chimera Luciferase stuff. I remember when I first read about that stuff. One can buy a bottle of it for like $150. bucks!!!

I'm seeing more and more science experiments with the Ludiferase and
tobacco plant too- a lot more.......

and what you told Helen about the fungus....well I have some article that I menat to send her a couple of weeks back when JJill and Helen were discussing the dead trees.....I will have to go look for it though, but it was

a fungus that was getting the trees in London.

The reason the trees are dying ( to me; my opinion here) is b/c of the chemtrails.........

and you know how the Tam mentioned the F 16 jets? I had thought he was referencing using them to transport the GM organisms in and that may

be true.....but now I'm thinking they used them/ or some other rockets
to send into space to drop the particles........

You know how the global warming is right? Well I believe they are doing this particle dropping and chemtrails

to try to reverse global warming......to make it "GLOBAL COOLING."

lATER-

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Postby London » Tue Apr 25, 2006 8:39 pm

nah, was not good enough to put that article here....but I have something that is...I will be back with it later (maybe) b/c goodness, I found it via googling some strange concoctions of scientific words.....so maybe it's just good enough for me to keep to thyself......hmm
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Postby befour » Tue Apr 25, 2006 9:07 pm

Sky-

Parts of Texas, mainly the Hill Country, had a big problem in the early 1990s with "Oak Wilt". It was killing acres and acres of our beautiful 100+ year old oak trees......and was spreading from county to county. I remember that we were afraid that it would eventually reach our area, but we were spared, luckily. It stopped about 50 miles from us. I also remember seeing the dead trees being bulldozed and hauled off, they could not burn them because the disease would spread through the smoke and embers.

Interestingly enough, both the University of Texas (at Austin) and Texas A&M University were working on a cure for the oak wilt disease......they are the same two colleges that were heavily into the "fire ant" research and the phorid flies. I was really into trying to find out what their research consisted of and how it had been tested, but I got frustrated with my ignorance and gave up. I did have an idea at one time about the grants awarded to the two colleges by certain individuals and groups.....and their agenda? I might just give it another look.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 25, 2006 10:26 pm

We had gypsy moths eating the leaves at night.

You could hear them munching their dinners.

Sorta sounds like the clicking in our ears, sometimes.

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