The creation of sunlight (energy as information) links light-activated microRNA biogenesis from the assembly of the microRNA-RNA-peptide nanocomplex to biophysically constrained viral latency and the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of healthy longevity via the physiology of reproduction in all living genera. The virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA links the creation of toxic peptides to mutations and the evolution of all diseases.
See: Combating Evolution to Fight Disease (3/7/14)
See for current details on the fight against disease: DNA nanotechnology approaches for microRNA detection and diagnosis (7/9/19)
MicroRNAs are involved in the crucial processes of development and diseases and have emerged as a new class of biomarkers. The field of DNA nanotechnology has shown great promise in the creation of novel microRNA biosensors that have utility in lab-based biosensing and potential for disease diagnostics. In this Survey and Summary, we explore and review DNA nanotechnology approaches for microRNA detection, surveying the literature for microRNA detection in three main areas of DNA nanostructures: DNA tetrahedra, DNA origami, and DNA devices and motifs. We take a critical look at the reviewed approaches, advantages and disadvantages of these methods in general, and a critical comparison of specific approaches. We conclude with a brief outlook on the future of DNA nanotechnology in biosensing for microRNA and beyond.
Twitter allowed Russian trolls to move the fight from Facebook via increased weaponizing of social media. As predicted, the USA is under a well-funded coordinated attack from within. President Trump is trying to stop the damage that is being done to the US Constitution by the trolls.
Now hear this: Nutrient-dependent Pheromone-Controlled Ecological Adaptations: From Angstroms to Ecosystems (4/18/18)
Until last week, each time I included a link to my 2018 review of nutritional epigenetics in a tweet, I got a message such as this: “
The same thing occurs when I include a link to this article in a Tweet: Get Well in the RNAi Way-RNAi, A Billion Dollar Baby in Therapy (3/3/16)
RNAi has targeted exogenous genes in models of viral infection…
The weaponization of social media is clearest in the context of limits on what people are allowed to see if it helps them to combat evolution to fight disease.
That is what naturally occurring RNA interference does. It link what organisms eat to the physiology of reproduction and the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of healthy longevity.
See for example, the patent application for: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering
5. Repetitive elements or endogenous viral elements can be targeted with engineered Cas+gRNA systems in microbes, plants, animals, or human cells to reduce deleterious transposition or to aid in sequencing or other analytic genomic/transcriptomic/proteomic/diagnostic tools (in which nearly identical copies can be problematic).
The nearly identical copies include toxic peptides that are created when the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA prevents light-activated microRNA biogenesis from linking RNA-mediated DNA repair to the perfect replication of cell types in all living genera via the physiology of reproduction.
Until people learn how the Creation of sunlight is linked from microRNA biogenesis to the genesis of all biodiversity via the physiology of reproduction, they are at the mercy of profiteers whose patents attest to how far they will go to daze and confuse anyone who attempts to untangle the differences between ridiculous theories and facts about cell type differentiation in the absence of virus-driven pathology.
Note: Greg Bear checks his fact with people like me, who work in the lab.
Medical laboratory scientist (James V. Kohl): It is pertinent in the context of the weaponization of social media. See: DNA nanotechnology approaches for microRNA detection and diagnosis. It links Greg Bear’s science fiction to established facts about microRNAs that clearly refute the nonsense touted by all theorists, which is the threat to humanity in “Quantico.”