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Post by RANDY » Tue Jan 24, 2006 6:25 am

When I asked ciz for the statement a long time ago..months back...he said he did noth ave it anymore but it was well known that if you hear the word MORGELLONS that those people are DOP and get them to a shrink.

If docs go to the CDC site they can use..there is no MOrgellons so when people tell them they have it....they look it up and it does not exist.

he said docs were well aware that we are crazy so he told me never to metion Morgellons. Now MOrgellons fans get pissed off when I say that but I speak the truth.

They can do what they want but I do prefer a fiber type disease yet to be named.


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Post by befour » Tue Jan 24, 2006 7:07 am

Journal of Clinical Microbiology -

"Unusual Fungal and Pseudofungal Infection in Humans"




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


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Post by befour » Tue Jan 24, 2006 7:41 am

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


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Post by London » Tue Jan 24, 2006 8:25 am

hey all just got back in, will resond to you Lynn tomorrow, ok?

Thanks for trying Randy!


To TamTam,

You are making this too dificult. I said anthrax to you numerous times before and I even said that the major virulence factors of B. anthracis are encoded on the virulent plasmid pXo1. Now I see that they indeed have two plasmids, right?

Still, you could have at least acknowledged me in a pm or what have you, instead of having me continually try and try again. I feel like I've wasted
a lot of time searching for what i had already stated.

Now this is anthrax your talking about, right? Please a yes or no will do. Do you forsee it interferring with the HHV6 and or smallpox?


I know there is no rules, you can do what you want, but c'mon,
show a little heart every now and then. I feel like I could stock a library room full of articles from just these last two weeks.

If it is indeed anthrax, then you are cruel. :)


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Post by Linn » Tue Jan 24, 2006 3:20 pm

Befour
thanx
facinating article from the link you provided

excerpt:
"Three forms of human protothecosis are described: (i) cutaneous, (ii) olecranon bursitis, and (iii) disseminated (47, 49, 93). At least half of protothecosis cases are simple cutaneous infections (47, 49). The majority of these infections occur in individuals who are compromised by immunosuppressive therapy, AIDS, malnutrition, renal or hepatic disease, cancer, or autoimmune disorders (11, 49, 93, 104, 105). Lesions usually arise in areas exposed to traumatic implantation and present in an indolent fashion as nodules, papules, or an eczematoid eruption. "

can be found on grass and all over the world
interesting
Linn
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Post by J Jill » Tue Jan 24, 2006 5:45 pm

Linn,

According to PubMed:

Prototheca spp. are ubiquitous in nature, where they can be isolated from grass, soil, water,

and both wild and domesticated animals (39, 63, 74). They have also been found colonizing the

human skin, fingernails, respiratory tract, and digestive system (39, 104). Prototheca infection

is generally introduced via traumatic inoculation and has been reported on all continents except

Antarctica (63). In the United States, protothecosis is reported most often in the Southeast

(93, 105).


http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/articleren ... id=1081399

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TAM

Post by RANDY » Tue Jan 24, 2006 8:13 pm

trans-aconitate methyltransferase

TAM

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CHECK THE LINKS

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Post by C3 » Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:13 pm

yes, read this


PDF] ABSTRACT Title: VIEWING QUORUM SENSING IN A GLOBAL NETWORK ...
Dateiformat: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - HTML-Version
Quorum sensing is a process by which bacteria send out and perceive signal ...
but is followed with a trans-aconitate. methyltransferase encoding gene, tam. ...
https://drum.umd.edu/dspace/ bitstream/1903/2966/1/umi-umd-2759.pdf - Ähnliche Seiten

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Post by Skytroll » Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:14 pm

Randy,

You got it.

http://www.journals.royalsoc.ac.uk/(siu ... 5s25omkunq)/app/home/contribution.asp

Tells you more about the machine and how they arrived at it. Download entire articles and follow.

Catalyst?

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Post by C3 » Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:36 pm

Again,

You are infected with a modified micro organism.
Base architecture is a cyanobacterium fused with a trypanosoma like element.
This base architecture will differentiate in a set commensal resembling micro organisms most associated with cocci.

The micro organism has been made quorum sensing.
This means that single cell micro organisms will function on a multi cellular level.

All constituent elements take part in a process called random recombination (a technique to create new cell line)

This may result in attempt to built back dominant gene input,
or will result in random recombination between dominant gene input
(new cell line and derivatives)

Gene input relating to:

lepidopetera
fly like
bird
and mammal like input
has been recorded.

no screening
and / or studies are ongoing

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Post by C3 » Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:47 pm

errata: lepidoptera(butterfly)

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