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Bruce McEwen’s legacy: sympatric speciation (4)

Bruce S. McEwen’s retrovirus legacy (1)  Conclusion: The light-activated assembly of the microRNA-RNA-peptide nanocomplex is required to link viral latency to healthy longevity across kingdoms…

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The tipping point (revisited): 94K (1)

microRNA Items: 1 to 94059 More than 94,000 indexed published work attest to the fact that the light-activated assembly of the microRNA-RNA-peptide nanocomplex links the…

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Happy Veteran’s Day 2018 (2)

Excerpt: “…in most cases, the RNA is an mRNA, carrying a protein coding sequence which is translated by the ribosomal machinery into a covalently attached…

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Creating an enzyme that kills theories (1)

God’s Creation of subatomic particles killed the mid-term election possibilities for Democrats… Enzyme that triggers autoimmune responses from T-cells in patients with MS found 10/11/18…

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Pheromones and multicellularity

…chemical signals akin to species-specific pheromones are responsible for the ligand-receptor binding that enables the progression to colony formation as a more effective means of nutrient acquisition.

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Is oxygen required for sensing nutrient chemicals and pheromones?

It needs no oxygen, but it still must acquire nutrient chemicals, and the metabolism of nutrient chemicals to pheromones must control its reproduction as in every other species on (or underneath the surface of) this planet.

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Pheromones: from microbes to man

Could the next generation begin to better understand our species survival by playing “Bacillus”?

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