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Virus-driven reduction of RNA polymerase II occupancy in hosts (1)

The epic failure of atheists, Communists, theorists, and other pseudoscientists to link light-activated microRNA biogenesis from biophysically constrained viral latency to healthy longevity across kingdoms…

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A flawed model: no tripartate synapse in the adult brain

learning and memory in unicellular yeasts is exemplified via epigenetically-effected changes in
gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) secretion in young mammals

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Evolution at work sans random mutations (Part 2)

Mitochondrial-to-cell size ratio in HeLa cells links reproduction by fission in yeasts to the advent of sexual reproduction in yeasts via the same nutrient chemical-dependent molecular mechanisms that are important to cancer research.

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Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of sexual orientation

the epigenetic effects of these modifications on sexual orientation and associated behaviors in a unicellular organism were known 16 years ago… why do they now appear to show up only in the behavior of the honeybee model organism?

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Human pheromones and diet-mediated life-extension

…yeast cells managed to evolve into intelligent mammals, which means there is still hope that your co-workers might do so through the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemicals and pheromones.

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