Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
http://www.hms.harvard.edu/orsp/coms/Bi ... isting.pdf
You want to all do somethng worth while. Take each one of Londons finds and make a discription analysisi of each disease so we can rule them out. Now there is some good research.
Nadas....all those who just ramble on....any takers?
Randy, You have a very condescending tone and nature about you That makes it difficult for people to embrace or back what you are saying. Perhaps a somewhat different approach would warm others up to you. I am reminded of the overbearing, snooty people I have known that wonder why they do not have as many friends as they would like to. I for one dont like being talked down too, of which you seem to do categorically. Try to remember you are speaking to adults here, and that you are no better than any one of them.
1. Every gd one of my post are usually pretty accurate. so much so that I was banned from 2 boards? Maybe I knew too much? By the way Randy, you live in Virginia, yeah right? So does the good Doctor V.
Now I was not talking to you nor Sabrina, nor Barz, Rseeker, nor TAM,SKY, or anyone of the regular posters here. But right now, GD it, I am talking to you. Back OFF. For your mad- enquiring mind, I was referring to my immediate environment. I know they watch this board as well as they are viewing me type it. Now, go get in your BMW and go do some reverse osmosis to some water pipes, or catch some more rats to clone other humans with., whatever it is that you and your cohorts do.
Shall I go on? BC I GD sure the hell can.
Now if you come back on and are not nice, then I will have to describe that series.....from the BWM to the RAB.......got it? If nothing else, leave my name out of your hate post.
Go do some more glass house, red herring post......or.....how bout the spinning plates........Radiohead......
go photovalticize some more people at your synchroton.....Go flash adobe8 on someone else, go buy some ink and bodypaint yourself. There, I feel better as I'm sure you do too. PS>>>>try the emerald green paint, it's killer!
I am not in this to be popular. I am in it t state facts, organize research, find out whaty we ave and find a cure and od it the scientific way.
I alsp want to converse with adults that do not need me to change my tone to make them happy.
I am not a warm and fuzzy person..unless you know me personally and this is business. The business of palying chess with a very formidable foe..not the governmetn but the disease.
I also do not want to be involved in the Paranoid Club of America. It gets you know where but crazy and not believed.
I would much rather like to get my show on the road than watch the show and comment on it while doing nothing.
Yes London... you do find good things. So did Tam with the Georgia thing.
And I do not think I am better than anyone..that is called projection or insecurity. That is not what I am about being better or worse....I do not go there.
It is not about me or you..... it is about the disease and the state of our homeland security involving bioterrorism. Nothings more or less.
Thanks for getting back w/ me.
One thing here, I don't think that surveillance on me, a lil old schoolteacher in texas that has no criminal record is a good way to spend the tax payers money......
I don't think is a good excuse for bioterrorism.
But why such a horrible phuking death is what I wanna know? We swell up until we die......aneurism, stroke or what it will turn into if we survive the other two there is M Leukemia Virus which is retro which is aids.....
So fat, MRetardation, excuse me, globally challenged, with cancer and aids
while hooked up to a global positioning device....oh no, not my kind of cupcake. I will go out hallucinating and laughing probably within the year before I go thru that crap.
But, back to what i want., I don't want to see another car near me, another phone call, another maze on my computer.....nothing of the sort. And if anyone calls me paranoid, I will call it the real name that it is.
I'm not filing a lawsuit, only asking to be left a f-ing lone. Do not like the presence and have decided to end it for them if they don;t do it on their on starting right now.
And, if I have another car with the wires clipped, or have another mouse looking and snooping around my house, that is it. I got twenty to put into an ad and will do it.
I have no idea what you are talking about.
Why do you go off in paranoid ville every so often?
No one cares about you or what you do. Neither you or me are that imiportant to anyone. Honestly.
It makes you sound like a skitz.
my friends.. . . what in the FUZZ???????
"Identification of genes that are specifically/preferentially
expressed in developing cotton fibers by mRNA
fluorescence differential display (FDD)"
J Sun, YL Li, RH Wang, GX Xia
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080, China.
Fluorescence differential display (FDD) technique was used
to identify genes that are specifically or preferentially
expressed in different developmental stages of cotton fiber
cells. One hundred and nine differentially displayed cDNA
fragments were isolated using 9, 21 and 27 DPA (days
postanthesis) fibers as experimental materials. By a
combination of two rounds of reverse Northern hybridization
and Northern blot analyses, a number of such cDNA
fragments were proved to represent fiber-specific/preferential
genes. Sequencing determination and database searching
indicated that most of these genes are novel. This work is
an important step towards cloning the full-length cDNAs a
nd characterizing the cellular functions of aforementioned
genes in fiber.
http://www.bio-computing.org/showabstra ... d=16108487
. ... oh ho ho ho..... ..... . never mind the.. . you know...
the research that is not real that dont do any thing real
for anyone.. .. . .
On 22nd March 2005, the journal Nature revealed that Syngenta had
inadvertently produced and distributed a variety of GM maize, Bt10, which
did not have regulatory approval. Between 2001 and 2004, several hundred
tonnes of the Bt10 maize had been distributed and grown in the US and
probably exported elsewhere and used in field trials in Spain. The breach was
reported by the company to the US authorities in December 2004, but was not
made public until 3 months later. The mix up arose because Syngenta’s quality
control procedures were not sufficiently rigorous and did not differentiate
between Bt10 and Bt11. As a result, Bt10 lines were mistakenly used in
breeding. The error was detected after four years, when one of the seed
companies developing Bt11 varieties, Garst seeds, used more sophisticated
techniques.The Bt10 maize is one of Syngenta’s experimental lines of insect
resistant maize incorporating a toxin gene from the bacterium, Bacillus
thuringiensis, and was not intended to be commercialised. Originally, in
making reassurances about safety, the company emphasised the similarity
between the insecticidal Cry1a toxins produced by Bt10 and another GM
maize variety Bt11, which has approval in the USA. However, later it emerged
that Bt10 also contains a gene that gives resistance to the antibiotic ampicillin.
Syngenta will not disclose the full details of how Bt10 has been genetically
modified, but have said that it also contains the pat gene, which gives
tolerance to the herbicide glufosinate .
carefully overlook the following as well..... . . . . .
"Unsupervised guided docking of covalently bound ligands."
An approach for docking covalently bound ligands in protein
enzymes or receptors was implemented in MacDOCK, a
similarity-driven docking program based on DOCK 4.0. This
approach was tested with a small number of covalent ligand-
protein structures, using both native and non-native protein
structures. In all cases, MacDOCK was able to generate
orientations consistent with the known covalent
mode of these complexes, with a performance similar to
that of other docking programs. This method was also
applied to search for known covalent thrombin inhibitors i
n a medium-sized molecular database (ca. 11,000 compounds)
. Detection of functional groups suitable for covalent docking
was carried out automatically. A significant enrichment in
known active molecules in the first 5% of the database was
obtained, showing that MacDOCK can be used efficiently
for the virtual screening of covalently bound ligands.
Center for Experimental BioInformatics,
University of Southern Denmark, Odense M 5230, Denmark.
Protein methylation is a stable post-translational modification
(PTM) with important biological functions. It occurs
predominantly on arginine and lysine residues with
varying numbers of methyl groups, such as mono-,
di- or trimethyl lysine. Existing methods for identifying
methylation sites are laborious, require large amounts of
sample and cannot be applied to complex mixtures. We
have previously described stable isotope labeling by amino
acids in cell culture (SILAC) for quantitative comparison of
proteomes. In heavy methyl SILAC, cells metabolically
convert [(13)CD(3)]methionine to the sole biological methyl
donor, [(13)CD(3)]S-adenosyl methionine. Heavy methyl
groups are fully incorporated into in vivo methylation sites,
directly labeling the PTM. This provides markedly increased
confidence in identification and relative quantitation of protein
methylation by mass spectrometry. Using antibodies targeted
to methylated residues and analysis by liquid chromatography-
tandem mass spectrometry, we identified 59 methylation
sites, including previously unknown sites, considerably
extending the number of in vivo methylation sites described
in the literature.
but wait, ! this may be of interest........ . . .
"Patent prosecution strategies for biotechnological inventions."
JJ Yeh, D Fernandez
Fernandez and Associates, LLP, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA.
http://www.bio-computing.org/showabstra ... d=15674028
This article describes patent prosecution strategies for new
biotechnological inventions. The first part of the article
discusses general strategies for patent prosecutors, including
several prosecution considerations and methods for
increasing patent prosecution speed. The second part of
the article presents patent prosecution challenges in genomics
and bioinformatics-related patents and provides solutions to
these challenges. The last part of the article discusses how
ethical and public policy issues play a role in the patentability
of biotechnological inventions.
Your Arson Leader: Nadas
Hi DS, regrettably I could not listen to Dan Rutz lecture, alas I don't have powerpoint...but I don't ever want to go back to Emory University Hospital again (CDC is right down the street from it). And you really need family members there during the day with you, the doctors were very aggressive, even dermatology was suggesting I take the resperidal. But this will all blow up in their faces! And I will never be tricked as I was before letting psych interview me by sending a rosy cheeked-I have-so-much-compassion-and-understanding fourth year resident...afterwards HOUSE (like the doctor on the series...I kid you not with sarcasm in every word) storms in with more of his residents and tries to show them how he can literally tear you apart and show you to be the nut that you really are...now I'm off to tackle insurance companies...have a great day all!!
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... ntsuperbug
(http://WWW.SILENTSUPERBUG.COM / OPEN SOURCE / REFERENCE 000)
Problem with streaming? Move cursor of video player. Exclusive video footage of an environmentally resistant man made human pathogen. The micro organism ...
5 min - 30 okt 2006
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... rbug&hl=en
(http://WWW.SILENTSUPERBUG.COM / OPEN SOURCE / REFERENCE 002)
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7 min - 30 okt 2006
My advise is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation in relation to the unauthorized release of a genetically modified micro organism (GMO)
type: select agent
http://www.hms.harvard.edu/orsp/coms/Bi ... Resources/
if no one cares then we would not have 24-7 surveillance on us.
This is a fact, It did slack down some last night and this morning and to that I'm grateful.
Current news in Dallas:
One of my student's mom (whom was bipolar) kept having the same reoccurring dream she was being chased........well, last week during her sleep she fell to her death. She jumped over the railing in her own 2 story-studio home and landed face first.
A month ago, a 20 year old bright , computer student that worked part time for Texas Instruments, left work one evening and went about 1/2 mile to the 13 story new bridge/mixer we have in dallas, left his car running with the radio on , pulled his shirt up and over his head and jumped to his death. No signs of foul play, nor was he behaving depressed or suicidal. Then, of course, two weeks later the paper said all of a sudden that yes, they did find out he was depressed and suicidal.
Bullshit!!!!! I have a friend that knew him personally from working w/ him.
For the collection:
"Dual use dilemma"
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