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Postby yyz » Tue Jan 24, 2006 10:19 pm

befour wrote:Dear xyz-

Here is some info on Prothecosis. I remember when tamtam made several references to this disease, back in his earlier posts, that our disease was similar to this. Also, the treatment described in the article is exactly the same as tamtams recommendations.

I don't know if any of you have been to this site before. There is more info here on diseases that seem similar to ours than I have seen elsewhere.

A lot of it is "Greek" to me because I'm not a scientist but maybe you can find some useful info in the article.

Best regards-
Befour


Journal of Clinical Microbiology -

"Unusual Fungal and Pseudofungal Infection in Humans"




http://jcm.asm.org/cgi/content/full/43/4/1495


Befour



Thanks Befour,

I had seen that article before and I remembered it because it stated that only one case of protothecosis had been reported in the US... in my home state... Nebraska.

Can someone fill me on the latest via PM possibly.

Thanks,
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Postby J Jill » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:31 pm

Skytroll,

Could you post a few clues as to what author/suject matter you are pointing
out at:

http://www.journals.royalsoc.ac.uk/siuz ... /app/home/
contribution.asp

Also,

I sent you a PM re: the Northern Biological Research facility you mentioned the other day? You say they are no longer in business?

Thanks in advance for any info
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Postby Barz » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:47 pm

Hey YYZ, Maybe it WAZ you. Did they forget to tell you?
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Postby London » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:53 pm

Yes, ditto that , thanks, befour. I was too tired to look at it last night
that's why I did'nt mention it then. And today I had to start being
employed again. Boy did it hurt to wear regular shoes again. My ankles
stay swollen with these big, roundish knots on both of them.

So, where are we at today?

I saw where Randy and sky were posting about the methlletransferase,
pigments, cellular things and of course Quorum sensing.

So I went back into my file to retrieve these for you all: Some were saved into my documents, thus did not have the url address to hyperlink
with it:
I)


Behav Ecol Sociobiol (2004) 56:594–601
DOI 10.1007/s00265-004-0814-5
O R IGINAL ART ICLE
Thomas D. Seeley • P. Kirk Visscher


Quorum sensing during nest-site selection by honeybee swarms


II)
and: What I am going back and now looking into is the anthrax, check out this one titled " I.D. of the cellular receptor for anthrax toxin"

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... =pubmed_...



III)
and this one too > It is a hard one for me:

http://www.beckman.com/Literature/BioRe ... DCosta.pdf




Jill, I just saw your post asking where /what they were studying, I was wondering the same thing too but the articles I just posted above were from my file/documents from Jan. 9th and at that time I was studying anthrax.
( hope that helps)

London

PS: will someone PM me if they know an easy way I can share some wierd photos with you all>>>>I mean strange; you will want to see them.
Thanks if anyone can tell me how do this-
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Postby London » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:59 pm

Okay, As I stated ...I'm just now getting online today and I am really confused. Bartz? yyz, whatz up?

and FYI to some people: I just now saw the PM's sorry that I'm just now seeing them> I forget to look sometimes. And I will respond as soon as I can-

Thanks, London
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Postby London » Wed Jan 25, 2006 12:52 am

Randy, check your pm's!!!


LONDON


PS: Skytroll, yes I have had that Royal site saved too. But it also led me to some more.......If you have not found them by now pm me and I will let you know or just write it here. I do not mind posting it here publicly, but this PO's some people and I want to pleez everyone, ya know? I have quite a few clandestine lil places like this saved..... from Germany to the Netherlands to Spain to Arizona, USA to the lovely Standford. I can feel the heat when I type that university's name- dunno why, but just feel this way towards them.
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Postby Barz » Wed Jan 25, 2006 1:34 am

Sorry, i'm CLUELESS, ask ANT. But Yes I am curious and would love to see what you have uncovered.
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Postby Skytroll » Wed Jan 25, 2006 2:43 am

Jill,

The things I found on that web link were about molecular mechanisms and rotary flagella pertaining to muscles.

Volume 355 in the journal Philosphical Translations. Biological

goes into hydrolysis of ATP.

Gets kinda deep, but, brings in quantum stuff.

However, did find something there called noetic science.

More to read.

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can we look at other theories at all besides

Postby Linn » Wed Jan 25, 2006 4:56 am

Again
as I posted before with no elaboration:

this is a bio engineered mimic made with insect cuticle/
I dont know
it sounds far fetched to me
perhaps we are getting carried away?
It is more likely (morgellons AKA fiber disease) a new mutated bacteria or virus that is carried by something in nature ie mosquito, tick, mites. nematode etc, and transmitted to us and perhaps then transmitted to mites which live on humans check out the link I provided in a post I put out.
Perhaps something biometric experimt that went wrong did get out.
if so it may have started in Texas and or California. There are a lot of strange things going on in Texas.
I can explain later if anyone is interested.
Here is info on this mite:
http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/ind ... modex.html

since no one is interested
From Texas:
mangy cratures them and us?
http://www.woai.com/news/local/story.as ... 6F6C31975E
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Postby London » Wed Jan 25, 2006 7:18 am

Lynn,

I did see this ( when you posted tit the other day) and even commented about it to you but that was my post that got deleted when I erroneously posted ( or tried too) a hyperlink. I was in hurry to get out of town so when I tetyped it I forgot to say anything.

Did you know that they cloned this mite and released it? I think that;s what happened. Have you noticed all the major bug breakouts all over the usa? bedbugs, etc., maybe they gave the bedbug the lymedisease than turned it loose.

Okay, now Miss Lynn,

I love the next article and will forward it to my Mom asap.

She lives in east tTexas and I swear My Dad and her ( he's deceased now)
saw one of these. I remember Mom saying it looked like a coyote with the mange disease. Then she phoned me two nights ago and said that it was on the top of the 10 oclock news in her town,. Said they reported seeing it that day. This is all the details i have. OHHH, I just finished reading the article- it was so sad, they did not have to kill it!!!

Thanks Lynn
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Postby RANDY » Wed Jan 25, 2006 8:40 am

http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:nqUM ... =clnk&cd=4

A GOOD LONG READ TO EDUCATE. MAKE A NICE POT OF COFFEE. I AM WAITING FOR MY DAY OFF TO LET IT ALL SINK IN.

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Postby RANDY » Wed Jan 25, 2006 8:58 am

The lsr operon of E. coli does not have the last operonic gene, the lsrE counterpart of Salmonella, but is followed with a trans-aconitatemethyltransferase encoding gene, tam.

Please note that the word TAM is and encoding gene (trans-aconitatemethyltransferase) described in a paper about Quorum Sensing.
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