10,000 reasons to believe in biophysical constraints (revisited)

On January 29, 2019 to January 30, 2019, my Tweets made more than 10,000 impressions (total 12,200). I followed-up on the claim about A cure for cancer? Israeli scientists say they think they found one

AEBi is doing something similar but with peptides, compounds of two or more amino acids linked in a chain.

Energy-dependent microRNA-mediated amino acid substitutions constrain viral latency.

MicroRNA-based regulation of epithelial–hybrid–mesenchymal fate determination (EMT) was championed by the late Eshel Ben-Jacob.

Pseudoscientists have delayed the cure for cancer, which links the creation of the sun to all biodiversity via light-activated microRNA biogenesis and EMT.

An antagonist asked why the researchers who have the cure for cancer had not published any findings, yet.

I replied:

They are linking light-activated microRNA biogenesis from energy-dependent changes in amino acid substitutions to biophysically constrained viral latency instead of linking gene editing to naturally occurring RNA interference. They are protecting their patents.

That reply got the most attention of all tweets @microRNApro

I finished with a link to A Cross-Species Analysis in Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors Reveals Molecular Subtypes with Distinctive Clinical, Metastatic, Developmental, and Metabolic Characteristics

Cross-species integrated analysis of multi-omics profiles and histology will be linked to the Israeli’s cure for cancer and personalized cancer therapy via energy-dependent changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance.

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