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Postby London » Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:13 am

HERE'S A SNIPPET FROM AN EASY TO READ ARTICLE RE: ARSENIC POISIONING;

WHAT I THINK WE ALL HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO FROM THE PESTIDCIDES!!! I WILL PUT THE HYPERLINK IN CASE YOU WANT REST OF THE ARTICLE.

iT TALKS ABOUT GLUCOCORTICOID-RECEPTOR COMPLEX TOO

"Thus, if environmentally relevant doses of arsenic are able to suppress the normal function of GR as a mediator of gene regulation, as suggested by our results, we hypothesize that this may contribute to its ability to promote tumorigenesis and contribute to other pathophysiological states in these tissues. This unique mechanism would suggest further that arsenic may be able to act synergistically with other toxic and carcinogenic agents to increase disease risk, which is supported by epidemiological data that indicate a synergistic increase from cigarette smoking and exposure to arsenic. Because arsenic contamination of drinking water is widespread in the United States and elsewhere, and it is usually found in combination with many other toxic chemicals at most Superfund and other toxic waste sites, these combined exposures may represent a significant human health risk. "

http://tinyurl.com/qnjpj

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Postby damien james » Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:54 am

tamtam wrote:Every answer represents a research budget.

Just sit out next series video footage and you will understand more.


Really, it is that expensive ot do tests like this? I thought these type of analysis would be first thing done before anything else, especially the using different medias to test for biological characteristics. But I have never bought these supplies for myself so they could be very expensive.

I am waiting for new video like you say, but video does not seem to say a lot about basic analysis. I am not even knowing its aerobic affiliation or gram or anything yet. I guess EM scope is too expensive to use too?
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Postby Linn » Mon Mar 06, 2006 4:00 am

I am curious as to if any one
has seen something like this stage:

http://www.path.cam.ac.uk/~schisto/Schi ... i.egg.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 Barz » Mon Mar 06, 2006 3:21 pm

tam tam, I had an experience with frozen shoulder. I would like to know if this is related and if so, why? Thank you for your help.

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Postby London » Mon Mar 06, 2006 6:48 pm

Keisecker presents data from a series of field and laboratory experiments indicating that frog deformities caused by parasites are more common in habitats contaminated by pesticides because contaminant-exposed frogs are less able to resist parasite infection. This study may neatly knit together what had been viewed as two mutually-exclusive and competing explanations for why frog deformities occur and why their incidence has increased so dramatically, contamination vs. parasites.
Pesticide impacts on frog immune systems makes them more vulnerable to pathogens they normally would have been able to resist.

http://www.ourstolenfuture.org/NewScien ... secker.htm


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Postby Linn » Mon Mar 06, 2006 6:55 pm

London
Thank you for that info about frogs.
I have been studying this.
See my post in ecology :)
"Hear the Spring Peepers"

The frog is the canary of the world.
Humans are next.
Lynne

PS: I hope you dont mind I am going
to post this link at that thread :) Thanx again
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Postby London » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:11 pm

Lynn,

No, I do not mind, Post Away. I'm sick and tired of our Government ruining the earth. They are the ones ( multiple Governments) that have created global warming. They have created what is called the black hole. It was intentional.

Read Project Gutenburg!

a quote from it......

"Influences Of Geographic Environment On The Basis Of Ratzel's System Of Anthropo-Geography"


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Postby tamtam » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:13 pm

What do fly photoreceptor cluster and wing cells have in common with vertebrate inner ear hair cells and convergent extension?

The journal of cell biology
no 4 february 13, 2006
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Postby London » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:19 pm

tAM tAM, It has to do with coupling Planar cells Polarity to
signal morphogenesis.

And by the way TamTam, although I have been quiet, I think I am further ahead in my research than one might think. I know exactly what you were referring to a couple of post back where you mentioned the Dutch!

Does the name Rachel ring a Bell? I'm going further than that> I'm going to find those responsible. I know about the lady in S.America too, I believe Grisel was maybe her name>but would have to go back and look her up.

She and Steve J are involved in a big way. Hey , did you hear about that 2006 conference in the Phillipines? Called....MERCURY IN HEALTHCARE!!'

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Postby befour » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:35 pm

Hi Tam!

Is it related to bio-sensors?

Does it have anything to do with who is more likely to be infected with disease?

Best regards,

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Postby London » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:39 pm

i'VE BEEN HOLDING BACK IN HOPES THAT THEY WOULD LIKE TO REIMBURSE ME FOR THE YEAR OF WORK I HAVE MISSED DUE TO
THIS HEINOUS ILLNESS. GUESS I WILL JUST HAVE TO BUST THEM
AND THE GAMES THEY PLAY

lOVE THAT BAND TOO.....RO_ _! i PLAN ON WATCHING THAT 1962 FILM TONIGHT.

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Postby London » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:46 pm

Her group then cloned him-8 and determined that it encodes a Zn-finger protein, perfect for interacting with DNA. As expected, HIM-8 concentrated at the X chromosome's pairing center. It also had an unexpected nuclear envelope localization. Dernburg imagines that the nuclear envelope might be a scaffold for pairing and synapsis.

AND AS FAR AS THE PLANT GOES.....

Nuclease I enzymes are responsible for the degradation of RNA and
single-stranded DNA during several plant growth and developmental ...
THIS SO MESSES UP THE RICE PLANT!!

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bEFOUR, YES, IT HAS TO DO WITH bIOSENSORS
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