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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 8:09 am

TamTam,

You told us a long time ago that we were infected with a genetically modified organism.....that probbly contained cyanobacteria........right?

Well, you did. Are you aware of the many people, especially modertors on Lymebusters that vehementaly oppose any gov't coverup; conspiracy theories, yet they believe in you and what you say?

Well, they are there. With this being said, I just do not get it! If there was no coverup and they believe in you and you said we have become infected with a gm micro-organism,( the kind you make in a lab) then what do they friggin call it?????????????/

These damn people can not keep their stories straight!

Moderators at Lymebusters.......ATTN! Your and Mary's Bud, TAMTAM says we have been infected with a GM micro-organism........GET IT; GET YOUR MISTAKES NOW?????????????????????????????????????????????
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 10:47 am

Say, what do you know?

This evolution, or ‘adaptation’, of the pathogen can
involve genetic changes ranging from a few nucleotide
substitutions (e.g. canine parvovirus, CPV [30]), through
gene capture from other organisms (e.g. Salmonella
enterica and Escherichia coli [31]), to recombination or
reassortment (e.g. H5N1 influenza [32] and Ophiostoma
novo-ulmi, the agent of Dutch elm disease [33]) and
hybridization (e.g. Phytophthora alni in alder trees in
north-west Europe appears to be an allopolyploid recombinant
between a newly introduced pathogen of hard
woods, P. cambivora, and a related specialist pathogen of
raspberries and strawberries [34]). Adaptation might be so
rapid that pathogen lineages adapt to different host
tissues or vector cells versus host cells

Like I said but was made to look STUPID for saying it.....Salmonella will be involved!

and since I'm not STUPID, I think I will share this:

:shock: The first step is exposure of the new host species to the
pathogen (Figure 1). The rate of exposure will be a
function of the ecologies and behaviour of the two host
species and of the transmission biology of the pathogen
itself (including the biology of any vectors involved).
Indeed ‘ecological’ change, in its broadest sense, is
associated with most instances of disease emergence
[11,23,24]; for example, those of phocine distemper, Lyme
disease, BSE and hepatitis C. For vector-borne diseases,
exposure of new host species might be facilitated by the
pathogen jumping between vector species or populations,
as has been suggested for Venezuelan equine encephalitis
virus (VEEV) [25].
Table 1. Examples of pathogens considered to have emerged via a species jump
Pathogen Original host New host Year reported Refs
Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
BSE/vCJD Cattle Humans 1996 [53]
Viruses
Rinderpest Eurasian cattle African ruminants Late 1800s [4]
Myxoma virus Brush rabbit/Brazilian rabbit European rabbit 1950s [3]
Ebola virus Unknown Humans 1977 [54]
FPLV/CPV Cats Dogs 1978 [55]
SIV/HIV-1 Primates Humans 1983 [2]
SIV/HIV-2 Primates Humans 1986 [2]
Canine/Phocine distemper virus Canids Seals 1988 [56]
Hendra virus Bats Horses and humans 1994 [57]
Australian bat lyssavirus Bats Humans 1996 [57]
H5N1 influenza A Chickens Humans 1997 [32]
Nipah virus Bats Pigs and humans 1999 [57]
SARS coronavirus Palm civets Humans 2003 [58]
Monkeypox virus Prairie dogs Humans 2003a [59]
Bacteria
Escherichia coli O157:H7 Cattle Humans 1982 [60]
Borrelia burgdorferi Deer Humans 1982 [15]
Fungi
Phytophthora infestans Andean potato Cultivated potato 1840s [8]
Cryphonectria parasitica Japanese chestnut American chesnut Late 1800s [9]
aMonkeypox was first reported in humans in 1970, but infections acquired from prairie dogs were not seen until 2003.
Review TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution Vol.20 No.5 May 2005 239
http://www.sciencedirect.com
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 11:24 am

back to "GM foods are okay for dumb americans" by your local greedy gov't: (this is really a Canadian beauty; america just tried to emulate)


RE: Seafood
The s d d processing indusuy is an important component of the Canadian food
industry, generating empIoyment and billions of dollars in revenue. However, with
increasing environmental concerns about dumping of fish wastes and dwindling of fish
stocks, it is criticai to examine more profitable metbods of titilizing seafood processing waste (Wow, YA THINK SO????)

as well as under-utilized 6sh species. One metfiod is to produce value-added convenience
seafood products.
This study had shown that good quality, microbiologicd and consumer acceptable
value-added trout products cm be made using mut trùnmings waste. Two new products
were created: vdue-added mut burgers and wontons. Sensciry evaluation of these products
indicated that these formulated vaIue-added products h m trout trimmings were highiy
acceptabte and had a tremendous market potential. Thus, this study has shown that. with
some modification, an otherwise discarded material could be transformed into a more
profitable product. The new product created wodd no t ody address environmental concerns
of dumping of d fo o d processing wastes, but aiso Lower &e cost of disposal and tuni a waste
materid into profit- THIS IS NOT SO NICE YOU IDIOTS, DOES THIS NEED TO HIT THE GLOBAL NEWS? hmmm
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Postby Doc44 » Wed Jul 12, 2006 11:50 am

Somebody's neuropathy is starting to show.

Doc44

This is such a sad disease.
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 12:45 pm

ISNT THOUGH? tHOSE SHROOMS ARE NEARLY AS BAD AS THE BEAN APHIDS HUH ????????????????

Well looks like Cali and Texas gained a friend (New Mexico) and Florida lucked out here.

the is something else these states have in common besides highest cases of that gov't made Morg disease

Highest cases of :HIV

Neurocysticercosis> this is the pork tapeworm (hey, get this: I do not eat pork!)

In the US: NCC is mainly a disease of immigrants in the United States. Currently the disease is prevalent in the states of California, Texas, and New Mexico. It represents a major cause of morbidity among the Hispanic population. Most of the cases have been diagnosed in persons of Hispanic origin; however, because of travel to zones of endemic disease, the incidence is increasing in nonendemic countries. Native cases have been reported, presumably because of ingestion of infected food that was handled by carriers of T solium.

Now we can throw this one in there is well? Sad Doc? Isn't it though? :shock:
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 12:48 pm

Here ya'll go, here's just one of the many i have titled under documents44

http://www.epa.gov/tri/guide_docs/2002/withdrawl.doc

Now Doc, correct me if I'm wrong ( you know -bad neuropathy in me sometimes) but I'm gathering that the EPA as well as the FDA and AG Dept are involved. Hmmm, interesting!
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Postby Miss Scarlett » Wed Jul 12, 2006 1:41 pm

London I don't understand when you say that lymebusters is CDC and not too visit there, I don't think they are CDC. But as of lately lymebusters is not letting anyone read without registering, sounds like they are trying to protect everyone. Why else would they do that?
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:39 pm

Miss Scarlett,

I apologize- just me popping off at the mouth. I have no proof whatsoever that they are the cdc- just a gut feeling, that's all.

Think about it.....the gov't is going to have some type of monitoring device. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I would just

certainly not give them any type of info but made-up BS; you know to help them along in their studies.....(not saying LBUSTERS here; just anytype of monitoring in general. Now, let's say we know for a fact that L.B. is defenitely not the CDC. Don't you think though that the CDC like pops in there to do their own monitoring 24-7?

Yall, should tell them your hair turned pink and your genitals fell off and grew back in the opposite sex. (Just a thought) :o :D

Sorry again, Have a good one!
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 4:19 pm

Type IV secretion: intercellular transfer of macromolecules by systems ancestrally related to conjugation machines.

Christie PJ.

Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, The University of Texas-Houston Medical School, 6431 Fannin, Houston, TX 77030, USA. Peter.J.Christie@uth.tmc.edu

Bacterial conjugation systems are highly promiscuous macromolecular transfer systems that impact human health significantly. In clinical settings, conjugation is exceptionally problematic, leading to the rapid dissemination of antibiotic resistance genes and other virulence traits among bacterial populations. Recent work has shown that several pathogens of plants and mammals - Agrobacterium tumefaciens, Bordetella pertussis, Helicobacter pylori and Legionella pneumophila - have evolved secretion pathways ancestrally related to conjugation systems for the purpose of delivering effector molecules to eukaryotic target cells. Each of these systems exports distinct DNA or protein substrates to effect a myriad of changes in host cell physiology during infection. Collectively, secretion pathways ancestrally related to bacterial conjugation systems are now referred to as the type IV secretion family. The list of putative type IV family members is increasing rapidly, suggesting that macromolecular transfer by these systems is a widespread phenomenon in nature

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... t=Abstract
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Postby Skytroll » Wed Jul 12, 2006 4:53 pm

Miss Scarlett wrote:London I don't understand when you say that lymebusters is CDC and not too visit there, I don't think they are CDC. But as of lately lymebusters is not letting anyone read without registering, sounds like they are trying to protect everyone. Why else would they do that?


I don't think they are trying to protect us, I think they are trying to keep all those out who could help us also. Can look at it two ways.

They want us to just talk among ourselves over there.

Noone can get in who does not register. Which means no one can get in to even read anything. I refuse to post over there until they lift that restricted government controlled site.

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Postby tamtam » Wed Jul 12, 2006 5:13 pm

2) Cyclosporine, a metabolite isolated from the mould, Tolypocladium niveum (left), is the most effective and least toxic immunosuppressant yet discovered.
It has enormously improved the success rate of organ transplant operations by preventing recipients' immune systems from rejecting the implant, but not leaving them totally defenceless against infection. This substance or its derivatives also hold out some hope for treatment of severe auto-immune diseases such as juvenile diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, aplastic anaemia, Addison's disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, systemic lupus erythematosus and Henoch-Schonlein purpurea.

See Chapter 24 for more.



In addition, conidial anamorphs can now be genetically transformed to act as hosts for vectors carrying multiple copies of genes from other eukaryotic organisms (including humans), and have already been persuaded to express and secrete a number of eukaryotic gene products, including insulin, human growth factor, human tissue plasminogen activator (used to dissolve blood clots), bovine chymosin (an enzyme used in cheese-making), and amylase and cellulase enzymes (see Chapters 10, 24). Obviously, the biotechnological potential of the moulds is tremendous. The second part of this chapter (4b) examines the various orders of Ascomycetes...the holomorphs.
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Postby tamtam » Wed Jul 12, 2006 5:18 pm

AscomycetesCategory: Science > Biology > Flora and Fauna > Fungi > Ascomycota
Account of the Ascomycetes and their anamorphs, with many illustrations and
several animations.
http://www.mycolog.com/CHAP4a.htm - Cached - Similar pages
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