Gene therapy and its connection to evolution

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Gene therapy and its connection to evolution

Post by cyber_indian » Tue Oct 04, 2005 3:43 am

Hi my name is Ivan Nanev and I'm writhing about what I've discovered proving further my theory and questioning the "evolution theory". I call it "Gene Index" - it's a UNIQUE marker for EVERY gene, meaning that every gene no matter what genome we are talking about is labeled. Meaning that my deploying theory is right and proves that we are not a result of random mutations or matching. The Gene_Index is consisted of the tree codons before the gene (xxx) and the tree codons after the gene (yyy), also called “sticky ends”. If for instance you give me the xxxyyy I can tell you with 100% accuracy the size of the gene, 100% accuracy the if it's going on the positive or the negative DNA strain and statistically 97.9% accurately return you the gene you are talking about and tell you in which genomes is also spotted. Further today or tomorrow I’ll make SQL query page available to the web to explain this fenomenom.

I'll be happy to give example to anybody !

More about my theory on:
http://www.cyber-indian.com/theory/index.html


#Format desctiption
# gene_index|crc|pol|gene_size|gene_id|genome_id|gene_description|
# where YYYYYYYYYxZZZZZZZZZ, x is gene itself, Y are 3 codons before gene, Z are 3 codons after the gene
# YYYYYYYYYZZZZZZZZ togeder they form the 'gene-sticky-end-index', found Sep-17-2005

AAAAAAAAAxAAGATACTG|579bp|C789F2B17386C123|+|AP_000581.1|AC_000019_1|pVII|
AAAAAAAAAxAAGATACTG|579bp|F35CC5181AD49340|+|AP_000544.1|AC_000018_1|pVII|

AAAAAAAAAxACTTTATGC|528bp|EACC107FA8BC3439|+|lpg0932|NC_002942_5|shikimate kinase|
AAAAAAAAAxACTTTATGC|528bp|F0930FD74075F303|+|lpl0963|NC_006369_1|shikimate kinase I|

AAAAAAAACxTTTAATGCC|504bp|9086206ECED43DE3|-|BAS0997|NC_005945_1|hypothetical protein|
AAAAAAAACxTTTAATGCC|504bp|9086206ECED43DE3|-|GBAA1068|NC_007530_2|hypothetical protein|

AAAAAAACAxCCGCATTAT|1413bp|676F8F6A88FC17B8|+|ECs5186|NC_002695_1|CycA|
AAAAAAACAxCCGCATTAT|1413bp|676F8F6A88FC17B8|+|Z5819|NC_002655_2|transport of D-alanine, D-serine, and glycine|
AAAAAAACAxCCGCATTAT|1413bp|76102CA6F707877A|+|b4208|NC_000913_2|D-alanine/D-serine/glycine transport protein(APC family)|

AAAAAAACAxCGGCGAATC|648bp|747F9D5497503E4E|+|STM4585|NC_003197_1|putative phosphoglyceromutase 2|
AAAAAAACAxCGGCGAATC|648bp|9DA15F9D0D1FB1C6|+|STY4932|NC_003198_1|probable phosphoglycerate mutase 2|
AAAAAAACAxCGGCGAATC|648bp|9DA15F9D0D1FB1C6|+|t4624|NC_004631_1|probable phosphoglycerate mutase 2|

AAAAAAACTxAAAAGCCCA|525bp|AF2EAA219B4F99F6|-|SAV2114|NC_002758_2|hypothetical protein|
AAAAAAACTxAAAAGCCCA|525bp|AF2EADBF9972FC56|-|MW2038|NC_003923_1|hypothetical protein|
AAAAAAACTxAAAAGCCCA|525bp|AF2EADBF9972FC56|-|SACOL2106|NC_002951_2|hypothetical protein|
AAAAAAACTxAAAAGCCCA|525bp|AF2EADBF9972FC56|-|SAS2017|NC_002953_3|hypothetical protein|
AAAAAAACTxAAAAGCCCA|525bp|DF329EE55876FCE0|-|SAR2202|NC_002952_2|hypothetical protein|

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Post by Mjhavok » Tue Oct 04, 2005 9:15 am

"Where are the Aliens or how did we got stuck HERE?"
a.k.a. "Gene therapy and its connection to evolution"

Are you a Panspermian?

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Post by cyber_indian » Tue Oct 04, 2005 2:51 pm

Mjhavok wrote:"Where are the Aliens or how did we got stuck HERE?"
a.k.a. "Gene therapy and its connection to evolution"

Are you a Panspermian?


Not a chance. :-) There is nothing mistical in what I'm saying, but yes we ourselfs are responsible for originating from another place and it's not that hard to be done.

If you know how to read a genbank file, just pick any gene give me the tree codons infront and at the back of the gene and I'll tell you exactly which gene you'r talking about.

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Re: Gene therapy and its connection to evolution

Post by microbe hunter » Sat Oct 08, 2005 5:17 am

hey.....can u revert to english????

im interested but can u make it sound a bit more simple,pls?

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Post by cyber_indian » Sat Oct 08, 2005 7:21 pm

You might want to check this forum
http://www.sciforums.com/showthread.php ... post883335

But anyway,

Yyou give me the (3 codons) 9 Nucleotides before ATG and 9 Nucleotides after TAG meaning the gene lpg0932 in genome NC_002942_5 have "AAAAAAAAA" after that is ATG and just after TGA is "ACTTTATGC"
It would look like this "AAAAAAAAA ATGAGCATAGT ... TGGCGAAGTTTGA ACTTTATGC". The "AAAAAAAAAACTTTATGC" is the gene_index - you give me that I can give you the whole gene.

It's like cars have tag, the same way genes have tag too, that way gene can be parked only on spots that have the same tag - process called sticky ends. Which leads to the question, if genes have something so consistent is the "natural selection" realy true.

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