Canadian Banker whistleblower Marcia Pavlis: Morgellons was released by US government as a bioweapon
By Alfred Lambremont Webre
WATCH ON YOU TUBE
VANCOUVER, BC – Just days after a report by the New York Times that iconic Canadian singer Joni Mitchell has been hospitalized with Morgellons, another Canadian woman, Canadian banker whistleblower Marcia Pavlis, who blew the whistle on unethical practices by her employer HSBC bank in Victoria BC Canada and subsequently developed Morgellons, goes public in this highly substantive NewsInsideOut.com interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre.
In this interview, Marcia Pavlis, who has now become a public advocate of Morgellons awareness, demonstrates how Morgellons appears to be a release of a bioweapon by the US government upon the public.
If this is the case, such an act is a violation of international humanitarian law prohibiting crimes against humanity and genocide, and must be catalogued along with a rising list of war crimes charges against the US government and its officials and responsible employees, including members of any international war crimes racketeering organization carrying out such biowarfare to depopulate humanity.
What Is Morgellons? Singer Joni Mitchell’s Disputed Diagnosis – NYTimes.com
Marcia Pavlis You Tube channel
Scientist Zoe Huang decoded the Morgellons gene sequence
Marcia Pavlis Gofundme
APPENDIX I – MARCIA PAVLIS BIO [PRIOR TO WHISTLEBLOWING & MORGELLONS BIOWEAPONS ATTACK]
RESUME OF MARCIA PAVLIS #104-1239 Park Terrace, Victoria, B.C., V9A 4Z2
PROFESSIONAL CAREER HISTORY
Investment Advisor, HSBC Securities (Canada) Inc., 2nd Floor, 102 – 771 Vernon Ave. Victoria, B.C. V8X 5A7 June 1, 2000 – May 31, 2002
Employment Responsibilities and Objectives: Provide full service investment advice to clients. Build and manage a book of business including common and preferred shares, investment trusts, new issues, bonds and investment funds. Provide referrals to the bank branches and other subsidiaries for products and services when deemed appropriate. Provide the services of a Certified Financial Planner.
Noted Accomplishments: Managed a book of business of $30 MM at the peak in the market.
Award: Best and most accurate completion of new securities documentation thereby converting 100% of my bank clients to securities clients.
Manager, Investment Services, HSBC Bank Canada, 752 Fort St. Victoria, B.C. V8W 1H2 October 13, 1998 – June 1, 2000
Employment Responsibilities and Objectives:
Provide clients with the services of a Certified Financial Planner. Market in house mutual funds, Pooled funds and third party mutual funds. Make referrals to the trust company, discount brokerage, full-service brokerage and bank staff when deemed appropriate. Build and manage a book of business. Provide educational/marketing seminars to bank staff and clients.
Sold $5.5MM in investments in my first year. Took over a book of business from the former MIS.
Manager of the Saskatoon Financial Centre, The Imperial Life Assurance Company of Canada T/A Imperial Financial Services, Eaton’s Lower Level
80 Midtown Plaza Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Ml February 1, 1997 – July 31, 1998
Employment Responsibilities and Objectives:
Recruit, train, and manage sales managers and representatives in selling financial products and services. Promote new business. Service the business of the Field Office. Meet or exceed the sales, recruiting and profitability objectives established by the company from time to time for the Field Office as an individual business unit.
Was one of the top recruiters for the firm by locating and interviewing over 150 potential candidates. Met my life insurance sales targets every month thereby receiving a bonus every month.
Financial Services Manager, Bank of Montreal, 101 – 2nd Avenue North
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3L4 October 1, 1995 – January 31, 1997
Employment Responsibilities and Objectives:
Consolidation of all of client’s financial business to Bank of Montreal. Actively solicit mortgage and investment business to Bank of Montreal through networking and financial needs analysis. Manage financial needs of specifically assigned client base.
Completed Accreditation for personal lending, mortgages and small business loans with limits.
Investor Services Officer, Bank of Montreal, 101- 2nd Avenue North
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3L4 June 1, 1992 – September 30, 1995
Employment Responsibilities and Objectives:
Service investment needs of high profile clients. Prepare and present study sessions for Investment Funds in Canada Course. Prepare and present investment seminars to existing and prospective clients. Prepare and present sales and product training sessions to all northern Saskatchewan mutual funds sales persons. Refer clients to Nesbitt Burns, Investorline and The Trust Company of Bank of Montreal.
Prepared and presented numerous training sessions for mutual fund sales persons and clients.
Assistant Branch Manager, Bank of Montreal, The Mall at Lawson Heights
134 Primrose Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 5S6 September 1, 1983 – May 31, 1992
Employment Responsibilities and Objectives:
Supervision and training of all customer service representatives. Audit and control. Marketing/Implementation of strategic plans. Manage the operation of the branch during the branch manager’s absences.
We had one of the top rated branches in the country.
END OF APPENDIX I
APPENDIX II – MORGELLONS RESEARCH – BACKGROUND COMPILATION BY MARCIA PAVLIS
October 26, 2005 – February 16, 2008 a man with the avatar tamtam posted about what he knew about something he called Silent Superbug in a an online forum “Human Biology” and a topic “Fiber Disease Thread”. He made at least 404 posts. I participated in in the same forum from August 30, 2006 until the topic was closed down by the administrators of the website. I believe that tamtam’s real name is Daniel Bell VanEeden, that he is a scientist from the Netherlands, and that he is the person in the white lab coat in the first silentsuperbug video. He was trying to help us and he called this a crime against humanity. People of the Earth need to know about the release of this synthetic model organism CBL-001 Phoma Sp. (Pleospora), Silent Superbug, Fiber Disease, or what many wrongly call Morgellons. Please do what you can to help and share this information everywhere you can.
by tamtam » Wed Oct 26, 2005 4:19 pm Fibers are stray target of experimental biology.
In particular experimental micro biology class 3 (C3)
That cellulose type fibers move on its own is because it are micro organisms that go dormant (pseudo apoptotic) In particular micro organisms that breath and become static because of low metabolism.
During formation they show nerve cell type behavior.
Nerve cell type behavior they will show in particular when they unite as a fiber most resembling a shaft that is related to the mold of the cyanobacterium.
This dominant type gene expression in the form of a semi autonomous and sensing fiber is in fact a break away group cell.
A variant form.
Its character is inbetween plant(cellulose) and insect (chitin)cell.
Single cell micro organisms with an aquired property called quorum sensing will make the organisms act multi cellular.
Quorum sensing is a stem cell like property.
Quorum sensing micro organisms unite hence differentiate during formation of a multi cellular organism.
Hence multi lineage differentiation synonymous with stem cell.
Fast dividing tissue forms a base(culture medium) for this organism.
This type target can only be kept alive and cultered in test animal.
Fibers show inbetween behavior like “plant cell that think they are insect cell”
The agent its intermediate stage resembles a protoplasm.
A transparent cloud with basic properties preserved.
All elements are quorum sensing
All elements differentiate
check: chitin / cellulose wound dressing
by tamtam » Sun Oct 30, 2005 9:58 pm Again: You are infected with a modified cyanobacterium that will differentiate, since it is made quorum sensing, in fact a stem cell like property. Also nerve cell behavior is part of specialized cell by this micro organism. (micro organisms are single cell; when made quorum sensing they act multi cellular; multi cellular is synonymous with stemming from one type cell that will differentiate) Activity in or near skin nerves may cause a pain signal (a bite)
Specks is secretome of this element and most resembles cellulose and tanned chitin like polymer. Fibers are variant and resemble most plant like cell that think they are insect like cell” Its plant like behavior relates to cyano and its insect behavior to e.g lepidoptera. More insect cell technology is present and mammal in-put
Expression relates to sensing cell of plant and insect.
Try diluted copper sulphate in a neutral base( baby shampoo) Keep wet for a while and shower. Repeat.
Do not ingest copper sulphate
Observe how lesions stain, dry out and cure within days. Your infestation with sensing protein fibers is also gone. Report your experience.
However, Infection with this element is per definition not possible to cure with topical treatment. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Mon Oct 31, 2005 9:58 pm Correct observation of Greema.
Still; copper sulphate is number one because it disrupts its cyano based architecture.
The target represents a fusion of a major parasitic protozoa including multiple mammal gene in-put and multiple insect cell in-put. Silk worm is not excluded. Lepidoptera is dominant in culture. The target is brought in culture. Observation is based on about 180 cultures. Multiple gene expression synomymous with multi lineage differentiation is fact: thus stem cell related. This particular affinity is two fold. 1/ because its quorum sensing
2/ because a reject in the form of a keratin pump Until further notice, Sincerely,
by tamtam » Mon Nov 07, 2005 5:52 pm Quorum-sensing bacteria discovery Molecular structure is solved for key protein of quorum-sensing bacteria … Among human pathogens that use quorum sensing to estimate their population …
http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/ 02/7.11.02/quorum-sensing.html – 8k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Mon Nov 07, 2005 6:01 pm Microbiologists have borrowed the term “pheromone” from entomologists because they believe that insect like chemical signaling and communication also can occur among bacteria. But the idea of bacterial quorum sensing, which came under serious consideration only in the last decade, is still as much theory as established fact, Winans cautioned. The presence of a second, seemingly redundant apparatus for quorum sensing in Pseudomonas bacteria “makes us wonder if something else also is going on,” Winans said. Last edited by tamtam on Mon Jul 24, 2006 6:46 pm, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Mon Nov 07, 2005 8:44 pm The systemic disease you suffer from is caused by a set commensal resembling quorum sensing made micro organisms.
Its base architecture is a cyanobacterium fused with a major parasitic protozoa
(to include cyclical and variant glycoprotein properties) Multiple dominant gene expression can be observed in culture. Also random re-combination is fact.
Re-combinations represent variant. Fibers are variant (novel plant/ insect like cell)
Hence; multi lineage differentiation is fact. Multi lineage differentiation is in particular stem cell related. Also quorum sensing is a stem cell like property
by tamtam » Tue Nov 08, 2005 3:19 pm Fine Dr. Martin depends on a theory.
I read his article and it does not apply. Inconsistent. But, Dr. Martin will be asked to describe video footage that will be made available soon. Dr. Martin is one of the best because he has tried to explain and take the matter very serious. “tamtam” just gives a description of what can be observed in culture. Fibers can not be cultered – to my knowledge. The inner ear and its “significant” involvement wil also be tried to explain.
Indeed a line is running from corner of mouth and nose folds over cheek into hair line. But more is the case. A distribution pattern exist that concerns all that are affected with this element. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Tue Nov 08, 2005 5:10 pm to avoid confusion: Errata/Inner ear should be read as outer ear channel.
by tamtam » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:37 pm Insect Cuticle as a Motif for Biomimetic Materials Insect cuticle’s superb mechanical characteristics, as determined by a …
Native insect cuticle was studied at several different stages throughout its …
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by tamtam » Wed Nov 09, 2005 6:31 pm reference/2/comprehensible description of sensilla IOBC wprs Bulletin Vol 22(9), 1999 With my second comment I come to my favorites, the Lepidoptera. … We found several morphologial types of complex sense organs, sensilla, which are all … phero.net/iobc/dachau/bulletin99/schneider.html – 32k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Wed Nov 16, 2005 3:36 pm Fibers are stray target of experimental biology. In particular experimental micro biology class 3 (C3) That cellulose type fibers move on its own is because it are micro organisms that go dormant (pseudo apoptotic) and are more or less static because of low metabolism. This apoptotic pathway (e.g protozoa to protein ) can partially be related to protein take up in ruminants except that the involved set micro organisms are quorum sensing and are not apoptotic but dormant. During formation fibers show nerve cell type behavior. Nerve cell type behavior they show in particular when they unite as a fiber most resembling a shaft that is related to the mold of a modified cyanobacterium. Compare: shaft / sensillae
This dominant type gene expression in the form of a semi autonomous and sensing fiber is in fact a break away group cell. A variant form (a re- combination) Lepidoptera is one dominant gene in-put Its overall character is in-between plant(cellulose) and insect (chitin)cell. Single cell micro organisms with an acquired property called quorum sensing will make morphologically diverse micro organisms act multi cellular (act as one) Quorum sensing is in fact a stem cell like property. Quorum sensing micro organisms unite hence differentiate during formation of a multi cellular organism.
Hence multi lineage differentiation synonymous with stem cell related.
Fast dividing tissue forms a base(culture medium) for this organism.
This type target can only be kept alive and cultured in test animal.
Fibers show in-between behavior like: “plant cell that think they are insect cell”
The agent its intermediate stage resembles a protoplasm. A transparent agar like cloud with basic properties preserved. All elements are quorum sensing All elements differentiate check: chitin / cellulose wound dressing No association is made by micro biologist or histopathologist in connection to this occult acting pathogen. Nota bene, Its intermediate stage resembles a (quorum sensing) transparent gel (agar) that actually constitutes a protoplasm and indeed this protoplasm may be loaded with plasmids
(vector in the form of virus or DNA mimicking protein) This feat may indicate DNA transfer. keywords: oncology/ cytokine/ proteome This makes detection of the agent in biopsy impossible during standard clinical research. Single cell micro organisms function on a multi cellular level, communication between species of the same kind as well as different kind is possible. The micro organism has been genetically fused with a mayor parasitic protozoa, a butterfly(lepidoptera)and a mammal and/or bird like specie.
More insect technology is present. Multi lineage differentiation is fact. Fibers constitute protein most resembling cellulose. Specks are chitin like polymers. keywords: sensillae/ biosensor/ micro flight/ cellulose cyano macromolecule Fibers represent cell that are most connected to sensing parts of its insect gene in-put keywords: insect cuticle/ sensillae/ artificial skin Colors of the fibers relate to the colored wing pattern of lepidoptera. Actually fibers constitute variants with a semi parasitic nature. If they have a double function (as color tag) is not clear. Keratin erosion between human hair and this semi parasitic fiber is evident. Association with the skin follicle hence stem cell is rational. The breeding ground for the organism in skin is almost exclusively the follicle(stem cell per definition) and stem cell related tissue. keyword: stem cell/ hair follicle The phenomenon is directly linked to proteome and genome research and concerns commensal bacteria without the status of known pathogen. Coccoid/ coccidioid/ prototheca Some members of the tree are known as nosocomial (like pseudomonas) other expression is associated with variant glyco protein.
Infection resembles most protothecosis. Amphotericine B and amikacine will be the most logic choice for therapy but no protocol exist for this type condition. Sulfa Methoxazole/ Tri and Tetracycline and derivatives are suppressive but not curative.
Also azoles like itraconazole, econazole, micanozole work static. Infection may directly or indirectly relate to IBS, fibromyalgia, scleroderma, amyloidosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, therapy resistant skin lesions, onycholysis, neurogenic bladder and (chorio)retinitis. Alternative -only- topical treatment: essential oil (natural insecticide)
diluted copper sulfate (algaecide) Alternative oral therapy: garlic (quorum sensing disturbing property/ Swiss research) Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:39 pm keywords: quorum sensing inhibitor/ garlic
More articles with google. QS Blocker SCREENING AND TARGET VALIDATION OF QUORUM SENSING BLOCKERS IN … Extracts of
garlic were shown to be particularly effective in blocking QS in P. aeruginosa …
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by tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 5:48 pm Anxiety may heighten the ability to observe: a form of fixation. If this includes disturbing sensory perceptions in the form of recurrent irritation or pain a most threatening situation comes into existence as consult for advise results in a form of ex-communication. The novel disease that at this moment affects an unprecedented number of people can be compared with the history of Helicobacter Pylori. Again: A pathogen in the form of a modified micro organism is the cause of a not understood systemic disease that can express itself in the form of sensing polymer (protein) like filaments that e.g grow in and on the skin. It are quorum sensing micro organisms that go dormant. Quorum sensing is a stem cell like property. Such fibers are dominant gene expression (variant) of a fusion between a cyanobacterium and a mayor parasitic protozoa. A multiple set dominant gene expression can be found in multiple culture of one strain. Reject that relates to plant and insect cell technology as well as mammal and bird like expressions have been recorded. The organism represents a stray target of experimental biology class 3.
by tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:44 pm keywords: cyanobacterium- polymer
C&EN: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY – NATURE’S TINIEST GEOENGINEERS – [ Diese Seite übersetzen ] He suggested that the polymer does so by preferentially binding to and … is left after a cyanobacterium undergoes silica biomineralization in the lab. …
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by tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:47 pm Algae as Tools in the Study of Cellulose – [ Diese Seite übersetzen ] Algae as tools in studying the biosynthesis of cellulose, nature’s most abundant macromolecule. R. Malcolm Brown, Jr. Department of Botany ..
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———————————————————————————————————————— Microbial Cellulose: RM Brown, Jr. – [ Diese Seite übersetzen ]
… most abundant macromolecule on earth. Over 10 11 tons are estimated to be
synthesized and destroyed annually on earth (Brown, 1979). Cellulose can be …
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by tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 9:24 pm Informative article about the history of quorum sensing Bassler-1970 bacterial esperanto Bugging the Bugs – [ Diese Seite übersetzen ]Bassler’s fascination with bacterial communication, quorum sensing, … According to Bassler, targeting quorum sensing would be a radical new antibiotic …
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by tamtam » Tue Nov 22, 2005 9:29 pm Maybe Ruth has a fine eye for things. quorum sensing- micro cystis- goo White fluffy floating material that constitutes congregation of a type cyanobacterium on the surface of water. It will unite in plaques and bloom
by tamtam » Thu Dec 01, 2005 10:02 pm London, The art is in excluding, not including. Basal? I think this connection is correct but also a rather basal conclusion
Think about somatic cell nuclear transfer for a moment. What does infect, if all looks so natural. You put me to work. I like to remind You that I have a blue print in front of me and not result of multiple screening. Multi nucleated cell type langerhans and what next? In fact You look at things not very known to most microbiologists. Fission and multi lineage differentiation is key. Pathway thus systematic. Dr. Schwartz protocol is rather right except that prototheca is not very well covered, maybe better opt for amikacine. C3 ? If C represents cyano What could represent 3? Think about Blake and a hawling rose.
by tamtam » Fri Dec 02, 2005 4:41 pm That may again relate to a gene that codes for mold in e.g a nematode etc. The article about cellulose brought already terminal complex. Sleep and repeat number 3
by tamtam » Thu Dec 08, 2005 4:50 pm It seems to be related to adaptation (artificial tissue) The target must be intended for medical, industrial and military spin of. More related to degenerative type disease, but not everybody will react the same. cloning
DNA molecule originating from a virus, a plasmid, or the cell of a higher organism into which another DNA fragment of appropriate size can be integrated without loss of the vectors capacity for self-replication; vectors introduce foreign DNA into host cells, where it can be reproduced in large quantities. Examples are plasmids, cosmids, and yeast artificial chromosomes; vectors are often recombinant molecules containing DNA sequences from several sources. http://www.uic.edu/nursing/genetics/Glo … ssary1.htm
by tamtam » Thu Dec 08, 2005 10:51 pm All should be under investigation(…) “Simply” a modified infectious agent is the cause. Multiple pathway relates to multi lineage differentiation. One modified element diversifies into a set commensal resembling micro organisms. Some elements can reconstitute the base. Base element is a fusion between cyano and a trypanosoma like element. All are with characteristic properties.
Trypanosoma is a mayor parasitic protozoa hence a parasitic life cycle is part of its nature(gametes etc) This cycle has been recorded The video footage (see link) shows Cyano. Mold= cellulose like Artifacts= protein crystals(chitinase related) Giant cell produce (pigmented) clouds and seem cause of the genesis of colored filament.
Note that filament is not connected to e.g mold: this property relates most to presence of protoplasm (cell less cell) The particular culture is “in a way” a projection of the wing of an insect (probably lepidoptera) or at least projection of specific properties now not 2D but 3D extented (2D wingpattern related) Explanation is interpretation and survey.
A specialist could go into minute detail but would also reveal to be well informed about this particular type target. However, Infection constitutes infection with a cyclical made (novel) micro organism. As earlier mentioned: a set commensal resembling micro organism can reconstitute the cycle. Because multiple systems are present,
transmission by multiple pathway is supposed to be the case. Best is to see this type infection as novel. This environmental resistant and contagious element should be on the agenda at once. Fact is also that You talk about at least twenty five years concentration on effects and not on cause- by the industry. The identification of this target will have major consquences. Most will relate to degenerative disease and/or long or life long suppressive therapy and nosocomial infection in specific. Stay tuned!
by tamtam » Fri Dec 09, 2005 3:49 pm Grafalin New Member Joined: 30 Nov 2005
Posts: 1 2.54 Bio Points [ Donate ] Posted: Wed Nov 30, 2005 7:39 am Post subject: Fiber Disease and Treatment – by G. Schwartz MD
Dear TamTam and others, First, I want to respond to a few things on the forum and initially would like to voice my objection to the secrecy. I honestly believe that people have nothing to fear. By hiding behind false names one is forced to question the veracity and integrity. Like it or not, people will frequently base their opinion on the persons track record and scientific background. Medical science tends to exist in a framework of free interaction with secrecy being viewed as a cover of something less than pleasant. Now having voiced my peeve, I wanted to go on to a critical area, and that is treatment. Regardless of theory, everyone I know with this horrid disease is searching for cure or approaches which will improve the disabling and frustrating disease. In this context, we often learn a great deal by seeing what is effective treatment and from that gain a better idea, albeit incomplete, of what we are treating.
We have had remarkable and consistent success based on a protocol which is freely available. Essentially we treat the bacterial infection with Septra and Avelox (moxifloxacan). We have observed that the lesions heal rapidly in most cases. However, there clearly is a parasitic component present. Based on numerous clinical observations we initiated treatment with Biltricide (praziquantel) on a weekly basis with intermittent doses of Stromectol (ivermectin). For the insect infestations, we have been using Diatomaceous Earth as a pack. In addition we are very cautious in treatment of the eyes because we have seen cases of blindness. Thus we use Ophthalmic drops and in severe and selected cases we also use Diflucan.We have had remarkable success with every patient. Our team has also cultured the bacteria Stenotrophomonas Maltophilia. It is certainly possible that the organism has been genetically modified, however, it almost always responds to the antibiotic combination. We are identifying the worm that is involved but are yet to have a definitive diagnosis. But this has not stopped us from treating the condition with the best available knowledge we have. We welcome scientific discourse and dislike shadowy secrecy. Our desire is to work together to gain as much knowledge as possible to eradicate the disease. I am convinced there is absolutely nothing to fear except for idiosyncratic paranoid ideation. So basically guys, I’m out in the open. Let’s all work together to stop the tremendous suffering. Sincerely, George R. Schwartz, MD (secretary to Dr. Schwartz — Grace Risi cell # 609-670-2166)
by tamtam » Sat Dec 24, 2005 6:44 pm yyz, Thank You for your answer, what was the reason for this graft? tumor, accident, infection? If you have been diagnozed with coccidioidomycosis, when? Sincerely, tamtam To other readers, If You have report or can obtain report from skin biopsy, please be so kind to post the diagnosis. Also if You have been diagnozed with other type skin disease or condition(….)
by tamtam » Mon Dec 26, 2005 5:58 pm yyz, Thank you. Yes, what you let me know confirms other type observation. As you may notice analysis is based on association.
They simply do not have sufficient parameter. You could maybe ask for support with (intra lesional) gentamicine. but I think amphotericine B with amikacine would be best.
Just explain that your lesion best could be associated with as well protothecosis as asymptomatic trypanosomiasis. Its a fusion. Without a test You will not easily get this type support. Sincerely, tamtam
Greg, flora is near to abstract It means commensal resembling micro organisms
The fact that commensal resembling micro organisms are the cause of what you suffer from is part of the mystery.
by tamtam » Mon Dec 26, 2005 6:19 pm yyz, If your outer ear channel is involved and you think this may relate to this particular infection I would suggest to try application with essential oil like pinus pinaster or T tree. Turpentines are number one microbe killers (e.g Tamiflu is based on an acid derived from star anise oil) Its rather safe. First reaction could be activation because the oil will dissolve a crust like film that is formed by the
micro organisms. You also could try this protocol for your lesion. Its what the Greek used to do!
by tamtam » Tue Dec 27, 2005 10:08 pm Size is coded by a gene (ratio) What you look at is random recombination by a set quorum sensing micro organisms (thus a multi cellular expression) I associate it most with an attempt to grow a wing. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Dec 29, 2005 7:53 pm Interesting to know that yyz knows how to wing! yyz, ask for a non specific PCR All that is visible can know an intermediate stage that only can be made visible with more specific technique. Why is there rather something than nothing? Stay tuned! Tamtam
by tamtam » Mon Feb 20, 2006 5:15 pm In regard to the existence of the Dutch superbug and the American, and how as well people as bugs learn from each other,
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Press ReleasesToday (24 June 2004), researchers from The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and their colleagues announce the completion of the genome sequence of an MRSA …
http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Info/Press/2004/040624.shtml – 26k – Cached – Similar pages
Correctional Medicine Institute – Living JournalMRSA infection has been making the headlines all over the country. … While MRSA has been present in the hospital setting for a considerable period of time … http://www.cm-institute.org/staph.htm – 28k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Mon Feb 20, 2006 5:18 pm New Scientist Breaking News – Superbug strain hits the healthyAlternatively, the Dutch superbug may be a similar strain that has evolved locally. The Scottish MRSA Reference Laboratory recently identified two new PVL … http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn3460 – 43k – Cached – Similar pages Return of the Staphylococcus aureus superbug… discusses some potential reasons for the discrepancies between the Dutch and UK studies, … TITLE: The Stapylococcus aureus “superbug” AUTHOR CONTACT: …
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by tamtam » Mon Feb 20, 2006 6:15 pm It is relevant because the same pattern exist in the target I have identified. Your target. A German television team was interrupting to get shots from MRSA. Slides were changed and after observing the slides I knew intuitively that similar behavior is present. “The fact that as well a Dutch superbug exist and an American made it link real time” The Dutch mention “a stolen gene” And Dr. J Gerberding waves to Europe. The video mentions this relation. A silent superbug
by tamtam » Mon Feb 20, 2006 7:03 pm Insect like entity is part of the memory of the micro organisms that now live in and on your skin and in your bowel. Basically they will reconstruct its initial dominant input, if bacterial load reaches momentum. A property called quorum sensing. This makes single cell micro organisms function on a multi cellular level. So under perfect culture condition they may succeed to reconstruct parts
(module) of an insect, or even entire insect. See video footage. Most dominant module is wing cutticle. A chitin/ resin like fleece. Also frequent are sensing parts like antennae.
Fibers seem a translation from mold to wing. From cyano mold expression to insect cutticle. “plant cell that think that they are insect wing cell” Color seems to relate to lepidoptera wing pattern. Wing spot. Basically pigmented cell are eyes, or better: photo receptor Bio sensor! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Feb 22, 2006 10:12 pm errata: chorioretinitis like I should have written. Infestation of the vitreous with in density increasing strands of (foreign) protein.
Not directly to associate with retinal lesions But with vitreous floaters/ blurring, Ritters like. Neurogenic bladder, like irritable bowel syndrome. Disturbed motility I kow there exist a connection with epithelial cell. Quorum sensing/ vacuole/ exfoliative Fact is that the micro organism seems to cause arrest of function. Inhibition of (pain) signal? That many people report to experience peripheral neuropathy could maybe also link this pathogen to diabetes. I expect a link with the neurotoxic properties of cyano. But remember: proof looks different. The pathogen has been isolated and I hope all association will become established. Step for step. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Mon Feb 27, 2006 6:25 pm A delay exist with the release of new video footage. This footage will show the relation between black spots, wing pattern and biosensor. Thank You for your patience.
by tamtam » Mon Feb 27, 2006 6:27 pm A delay exist with the release of new video footage that will show the relation between black specks, wing spot and bio sensor.
by tamtam » Thu Mar 02, 2006 8:13 pm Dear Mr Barz, All will be established rather soon. The video will support earlier findings with more detailed information. Itraconazole will be the best (single) suppresive therapy, to my knowledge. Tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Mar 04, 2006 9:38 pm Every answer represents a research budget.
Just sit out next series video footage and you will understand more. Quorum sensing can not be caught in pure culture to my knowledge, but still it can, this depends on Your point of departure. It is signal mediated, even signal in signal. Its systematic can be expressed as well by one, as by more than one morphologically diverse elements.
by tamtam » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:13 pm What do fly photoreceptor cluster and wing cells have in common with vertebrate inner ear hair cells and convergent extension?
The journal of cell biology no 4 february 13, 2006
by tamtam » Fri Mar 24, 2006 6:32 pm Informative article/
Alliance for Stem Cell Research – News Article – [ Traduire cette page ]Get the latest information on AFSCR and stem cell research. … They take advantage of something called quorum sensing, a natural communications system that …
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by tamtam » Mon Mar 27, 2006 6:57 pm It seems that something significant will be presented to You very very soon. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Apr 01, 2006 5:33 pm Could people be so kind to send the link
http://www.silentsuperbug.com to as well national as international Institutes.
Thank You. Also I advise You to seek litigation.
by tamtam » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:44 pm Mesocosm experiment. Would not apply for a target that is at least C3. Just environmentally resistant, pathogenic, contagious and straight from the reaction tube. A synthetic vector does exist. Data transfer makes geografical postion (as actual epi center) less important. Tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Apr 12, 2006 7:07 pm For the collection: Number1 GALLERY 13Middle part of body on Fokker assembly line in Ypenburg/Netherlands … LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Tech. Sgt. Marcos Farias attaches a Low-Altitude …
http://www.voodoo.cz/falcon/gallery13.html – 28k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Wed Apr 12, 2006 7:14 pm TWELVE NEW STUDIES ON GULF WAR VETERANS’ ILLNESSES FUNDED BY …Pretreatment with PB mimics the action of a nerve agent in that PB binds to AChE, … The project at the TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory in the Netherlands is …
http://www.gulflink.osd.mil/med_factsheet_121097.html – 23k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Thu Apr 20, 2006 3:44 pm I notice that people show the ability to obey to authority. Fact is that authority often proves wrong. This you could call obedience (of the public) towards false authority. About february 2006 the cause of prostrate cancer was suddenly defined as caused by virus. And that this virus must be at least a few thousand years old(…) With other words, As with heliobacter pylori (result of autonomous research in 1982) Authority is one. Autonomous research another type one.
by tamtam » Thu Apr 20, 2006 3:56 pm If the presence of a red elephant in Your garden is not enough to convince that at least something more than peculiar is the fact,
why take melting as point of departure? Factum est.
by tamtam » Thu Apr 20, 2006 4:08 pm Some writers would do a good job as propagandist. Some leaves turn with the slightest wind. All that is new is controversial but still may become established. This does not mean that facts are installed, but simply installation of other type opinion. If the stomach is filled, what next?
by tamtam » Thu Apr 20, 2006 4:12 pm Barucha ba shim elohim
by tamtam » Thu Apr 20, 2006 4:15 pm try mythomania in connection
by tamtam » Thu Apr 20, 2006 4:41 pm ……….. Mark Your way!
by tamtam » Sat Apr 22, 2006 3:56 pm You are kindly invited to create momentum with this difficult topic. Please be so kind to defend Your issue with getting the link:
http://www.silentsuperbug.com to as many message boards as possible. Also radio, TV broadcaster and newspaper editorial could be invited to see the revealing video footage. Stay tuned! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Apr 22, 2006 4:08 pm Mental illness writers had industry ties: study
April 20, 2006 06:02 PM ET WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Most of the experts who wrote the manual widely used to diagnose mental illness have had financial ties to drug makers such as research funding or stock holdings, U.S. researchers said on Thursday. Full Article
by tamtam » Fri Apr 28, 2006 3:29 pm Informative article: Innovators The Disease Detectives They are the masters of shoe-leather research. When disease strikes, they figure out whodunit By STEFANIE FRIEDHOFF/ANN ARBOR ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Mar. 20, 2006 Table of Contents Photos and Graphics People Microbe-Busting Bandages Keeping The Beaches Safe Sex, Money and Power In India People
Mar. 20, 2006 PLANNING FOR THE PANDEMIC Sandro Galea is not your typical epidemiologist. Instead of studying microbes, he studies minds–human minds and how they might respond to an outbreak of SARS or Ebola or avian flu. “Once a virus hits the ground, there isn’t time to contemplate how the public might react,” says Galea. “We need to better understand why people react the way they do and how we can positively influence their behavior.” The public psychology of emerging diseases is a new field of research, and Galea, 34, is one of its pioneers. A professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health, he was studying the psychosocial effects of 9/11 on New Yorkers when he was tapped to look at how Canadians were responding to the 2003 SARS outbreak and quarantines in Toronto. The first thing he learned was that people tend to react irrationally–rushing to the hospital before they have symptoms, for example, or staying home even when they are desperately ill. “The problem is that the more irrational the public’s reactions to an outbreak, the harder it becomes to control and contain the disease,” says Galea. Also, the harder the economy is hit: the Congressional Budget Office recently put the potential costs of a flu pandemic in the U.S. at $675 billion—half of it caused by fear and confusion.
by tamtam » Tue May 02, 2006 3:30 pm Why not collect info about the apical complex? Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Tue May 02, 2006 4:09 pm Cilla, All connects to tissue replacing property.
Adaptive protein and inherent neuro toxic properties known from cyano. Consistent seems the presence of a trypanosome like element. Its part of a multi lineage differentiation. Hence dicing cell that (random) recombine and produce(secretome)
Its the protein that will adapt and arrest. What infects native cell is a yet to answer question. Fibers are modules; translations of above mentioned base architecture.
Color relates to insect wing technology. More dominant gene expression is present.
Arrest obstructs vital signal exchange.
by tamtam » Tue May 02, 2006 5:21 pm Why are apicomplexa studied in relation to
by tamtam » Sat May 06, 2006 7:25 pm I feel sorry for everybody who demands answers based on information as given.
Fact is that statistic is indifferent for individual suffering. All type industry causes victims and nobody likes to know about this.
This target is related to non disclosed top scientific research done by proteome research centers, synonymous with “biodefense”. Model organisms are studied for (inter)actions.
It is evident that many people with this condition are with cancerous like process.
I hope to get the present static situation as dynamic as possible.
Basically you suffer from conflict of interest and the fact that R&D is funded by a corpus of sick people. Some people would call this “sacrifice” others would call this a crime against humanity. Stay tuned and be so kind to get the link http://www.silentsuperbug.com to as many message boards as possible.
by tamtam » Mon May 08, 2006 5:34 pm Indeed up to court to avoid conflict of interest.
I hope You all trust and will depend on US penal system. June: tamtam two.
Identical strain: mayor parasitic protozoa. Get organized!
by tamtam » Tue May 16, 2006 9:48 am Focus is on NIH and related laboratory.
Netherlands 1980, Prins Maurits laboratory. No C3 permit at that time. Today one of 15 most respected NIH. Direct connection with Lackland, Texas, and defunct gone military airport Ypenburg, half mile away. Connects to international assembly line of Starfighter and F16 fighter on the same premise. (Fokker assembly line) This same Institute received a significant amount money in relation to Gulf War Syndrome during the Clinton administration. The Institute is questioned by the media why they stock Soman.
All area is subject to bioremediation since about 1971. Rhodophyta like outbreak of Blue Green Algae (Bloom) in 1980 in Rijswijk municipal water. Its this type model organism.
Transboundary with the greetings of the Western Alliance. Protest 2004, residential area “De Strijp” Rijswijk, province of South Holland against high percentage cancer (including young people) The same concept must have been released in the US about 2000. Demand criminal investigation! A high percentage of the population may turn out positive for this element but may stay asymptomatic for the time being. All is bacterial load depending. If sufficient quorum, than tissue adaptation. Its a model organism that fits R&D Nearly invisible presence in tissue. Demand the Source Code! Sincerely,
by tamtam » Tue May 16, 2006 7:53 pm (Synthetic) model organisms are created to study (inter)actions. This means that a wide set of observations can be derived (data accumulation) A needle can be used to dress You, and also can be used as bullet.
by tamtam » Wed May 17, 2006 7:43 pm Dear Mr Bartz, The only thing I can advise is to ask for oral Itraconazole or to be put on relatively safe Bactrim. If Your child is sick, remember that also with cancer people suffer and do not get to new promising medication soon. The best thing You can do is to send a certified letter and make the Institution respond. If a GP or specialist is not cooperative, send a certified letter and make them understand that You will seek litigation. It is rational to get medication.
Release of video footage may increase attention for this specific matter but will not readily yield a specific cure. Experimental treatment will be first choice for the time being. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jun 03, 2006 9:18 pm Some delay exist with new footage because of approval for streaming via google. Thank You for Your patience, Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Tue Jun 06, 2006 8:37 pm The Hidden Problems Of The NIH Why This News Is Important To Everyone By Ted Twietmeyer firstname.lastname@example.org
6-4-6 The National Institute of Health (NIH) is considered the largest research funding organization in the world, with a 28 BILLION dollar annual budget. They support research which often leads to developments of new therapies, drugs, diagnostic equipment and much more. Industry funds research based on potential profits, whereas NIH funded research is determined by the agency’s internal agenda.
The following is extracted from a page one article in “Nature,” dated May 4, 2006. Direct quotations are shown in double quotes. This very highly respected periodical is read by scientists of various disciplines worldwide, with headquarters in London, UK. It is considered an impressive accomplishment for any scientist to have their work published in this extremely conservative, main stream science magazine. Many consider stories printed in Nature as though it came forth from the lips of God. Considering the due diligence the periodical does with submitted works, they have earned this reputation. This essay will leave out medical jargon as much as possible to get the point across.
NIMH – The Mental Health Division is one of 27 independent institutes
SOME ADDITIONAL NIH INFORMATION TO HELP CLARIFY THE ORGANIZATION’S SIZE
* The original facility (The Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center) is a 14-story building, 7 million bricks, more than 5,000 rooms, nine miles of corridor, 2.5 million square feet, 15 outpatient clinics and a Laboratory Medicine Department housed in a space the size of a football field. Before the Hatfield Center was opened, the Magnuson Center housed 24 inpatient care units.
* The new facility, the 870,000 square foot Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center, has 242 inpatient beds and 90 day-hospital stations. Groundbreaking was in November 1997. Dedication ceremonies were on Sept.22, 2004.
NIH LEADERSHIP CHANGE PROBLEMS
The National Institutes of Health are having problems with Elias Zerhouni at the helm. Zerhouni of course is a Bush-appointed favorite. He hails from Algeria and is a radiologist by training. His work as administrator at John’s Hopkins University is well known. Nature refers to the NIH as a “potentially poisoned chalice.” Such an endearing term, for an agency so revered for advancing medical research, and providing billions in new revenue for the medical industry. Zerhouni also is working with a project with the title “Roadmap.” (Remember the Pentagon’s new roadmap? Now NIH has one, too.) The purpose of Roadmap (which irritates people at NIH today) is to coordinate activities among its numerous branches. Some critics complain it isn’t working, claiming it “is diverting resources and attention away from basic scientific research.”
Part of Roadmap is to convert basic research into clinical practice, creating new instruments, medicines and procedures such used in doctor’s offices and hospitals. There is yet another aspect of the organization that concerns many – managing the organization’s “flat budget.” It has remained that way since 2003. The NIH budget was doubled between 1998 and 2003. A flat budget is very curious, considering the sharp increase in bird flu and other diseases we hear about constantly. Well-funded biologists are now attacking Roadmap because of it’s problems. Roadmap was published in 2003 and costs 400 million annually. It also intends to make basic molecular biology a broader initiative. Nature feels that Zerhouni’s efforts in this area “deserve support.”
Nature also states that the biggest problem Roadmap has isn’t with scientists, but with Zerhouni’s association with Bush. Previous health secretaries made earlier efforts to centralize the organization. One such infamous former health secretary, Tommy Thomson gave centralization his best shot, too. However, centralization is perceived by the scientific community as threatening independent research, and also the credible results of research. Scientists are concerned that Zerhouni has not defended their autonomy as well as they believe he could have. Zerhouni also must show Congress what is being done with the doubled budget of the agency. There is also great concern that “not enough young scientists are winning first-time grants during the most creative period of their careers.”
Zerhouni’s career leading NIH has not been smooth because of a serious conflict of interest. This resulted in “new rules governing scientists’ interaction with industry.” Congressional investigators found a wealth of commercial deals, of which the “NIH itself had no records.” Today “the Bethesda campus…is not a particularly happy place.” New post-911 security measures have not helped matters, damaging the college-like campus atmosphere. And “back-biting is seldom far beneath the surface.” Roadmap increases the director’s power in the organization. Staff and those who receive grants are not persuaded that Zerhouni is on their side.
So what does all this mean? NIH is yet another Bush-directed organization, micro-managed quietly in the background. Bush installed Zerhouni who will do exactly what he’s told. And a stifling security-paranoid atmosphere that can create a paranoid industrial intellectual property environment. For the entire world, this will almost certainly equate to a loss of creativity and innovation, with a subsequent loss of required medical advancements to fight increasing diseases. The aspartame fiasco showed how one past administration influenced the release of a toxic food additive. The so-called Zerhouni “Roadmap” has the bad smell of yet another Bush-control-freak plan, which even the Emperor penguins at the pole can smell. Centralization is a fascist and communist ideal, and will do great damage when taken too far. It’s impossible to schedule productivity in any research field – such pressures can easily produce shoddy research results. One can only imagine how many times a week Zerhouni must report in to his real boss Bush – who the world already knows was self-appointed. In the end, it will be the people of the world that will suffer as emerging diseases outpace research. Scientists in England already know that funding for research is very thin. So if the United States doesn’t fund research – who will? But what is population control all about? Keeping people sick and dying. These same people keep the multi-billion dollar healthcare industry healthy. One doctor said it perfectly – “a patient cured is a customer lost.” Ted Twietmeyer
http://www.data4science.net Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Tue Jun 06, 2006 8:47 pm Saturday, June 3, 2006 CDC to investigate mystery disease Sufferers describe ghastly symptoms; but some doctors skeptical of claims By ERIN ALLDAY SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
The Bay Area might be home to a small cluster of a horrifying and as-yet-incurable disease that leaves patients with open sores all over their bodies and strange, unidentifiable objects poking out of their skin. Or not. It’s possible that this mystery disease is all in their heads. The disease is called Morgellons, and no one knows what causes it or if it’s even real.
After more than a year of pressure from patients convinced they have Morgellons, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will begin investigating the ailment for the first time and determine, once and for all, whether it exists. The CDC started organizing a committee this week for that purpose.
“Not a day passes when I don’t talk to somebody who claims to have this,” said CDC spokesman Dan Rutz. “In the absence of any objective review, people have jumped to conclusions and found each other on the Internet and formed their own belief structure. We really need to debunk this if there isn’t anything to it or identify if there is indeed a new, unrecognized disease that needs attention.”
No one knows how long Morgellons has been around, but about four years ago a South Carolina mom who says her three children have the disease was researching their symptoms and found reference to a 1674 medical study that described a similar condition, called Morgellons.
The disease sounds like a nightmare. In fact, one Web site claims Morgellons was “invented” recently to help promote a summer horror movie. A search on the Internet reveals dozens of people who have posted magnified photos of their symptoms — usually twisted, thread-like protrusions from the skin and sometimes hazy images that look like small bugs.
It doesn’t help convince skeptical doctors that many sufferers complain of hard-to-believe symptoms. One San Francisco woman describes “tiny green shrimp” that come from her face, and she said she saw a fly pop out of her right eye. Even doctors and patients who believe Morgellons exists cringe at such reports.
“There really are physical symptoms that occur in people who are not crazy, although once they have it, it usually makes them pretty crazy,” said San Francisco Lyme disease specialist Dr. Raphael Stricker, who has seen several patients with Morgellons symptoms. Stricker and a handful of other doctors believe Morgellons is somehow related to Lyme disease because so many patients have already been diagnosed with Lyme disease.
Stricker and a colleague, nurse practitioner Ginger Savely, have written the only paper on the disease, published this year in the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology. There have been no clinical studies. The non-profit Morgellons Research Foundation, founded by the South Carolina mom, is the only group keeping track of the disease worldwide. It uses a self-reporting system that encourages people who think they have Morgellons to register with the foundation Web site. So far, 4,131 households have registered, about 300 of them in the Bay Area.
San Francisco resident Pat Miller, 49, said he went to 11 doctors with his symptoms after he developed an itchy spot on the back of his head that turned into a sore and finally a “mound of skin … with deep black pits.” He also describes a “crawling sensation.”
Dermatologists said the black pits were blackheads. Almost every doctor he saw diagnosed him with delusional parasitosis — a psychiatric condition with symptoms eerily similar to Morgellons, in which sufferers believe they are infested with parasites.
Eventually, someone referred Miller to Savely, who is considered one of the few Morgellons experts. She has about 125 patients at her San Francisco practice.
“These people, I feel terrible for them. They’re suffering a ghastly disease, and no one will believe them, no one will help them, and in fact, everyone tells them they’re crazy,” Savely said. “If any one of these people came to me alone, I might have been skeptical of their stories. But when you have more than 100 people, and their stories are identical, that’s impressive.”
Few doctors have examined under a microscope samples of the multicolored filaments or black dots patients describe. Many who have seen the evidence brush it off as lint or dirt or something else from around the house.
Stricker said he has studied samples under a microscope, and they look like cellulose fibers, which typically would be found in plant material.
“When you see it, it’s very hard to explain away. These patients have something that’s really not delusional,” Stricker said.
Still, plenty of doctors disagree. Many Morgellons symptoms — the feeling of something crawling beneath the skin, the open sores, even patients’ conviction that they are absolutely infested with a parasite — can be attributed to delusional parasitosis, doctors say. The sores are self-inflicted, caused when people scratch at a spot they think is infected, they say.
“There are a huge number of people out there with (delusional parasitosis), and most of them are not getting adequate treatment because they have this fixed belief,” said Dr. Dan Eisen, a University of California-Davis dermatologist.
by tamtam » Tue Jun 06, 2006 8:54 pm I advise You to unite and seek litigation.
CDC is very well informed about this particular matter. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Jun 07, 2006 6:40 pm Its all part of the methodology.
Basically the military(defense/proteome research centers) the Institute (hospital/ university etc) and Industry (corporation) are one if it is about defining what is fact.
Facts can change- like the recent switch concerning the cause of prostate cancer.
(its viral since early this year) Your type micro organism uses inherent bio systematic to step up in organization. The trypanosome(like!) element is to create new cell line. All You see is gene expression. Gene expression depends on a set parameter.
However, all that can be observed represents cell identity. More seems to be the case(…)
by tamtam » Thu Jun 08, 2006 5:17 pm CDC plays a cat and mouse game. I advise You to notify ECDC in Solna Sweden. Its the young EU centers for disease control and prevention. To notify them will be more functional than to rely on US institution. Its important that You create a central registration point and that people yield sufficient ID.
You have all my support. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Jun 08, 2006 5:22 pm We live in a global economy and any act against the body is considered an act of terrorism. According present legislation in the EU. Stand up and fight for Your right! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Jun 08, 2006 6:55 pm Some interpretation: Fact is that all involved disciplines interact in more or less unwritten form -if it is about the unusual. Remember; researchers depend on the Industry for research budget. If findings are confronting for ongoing development no research budget will be granted. Remember too: controversial findings are never part of a research proposal. Still; if granted; research findings easily can be neutralized after acquisition. Non disclosed research is never point of discussion. In a way it simply does not exist. If things go wrong it gets a seal with the number 50 or 120 years. Clear and evident can be stated that some worlds are too much on its own. Its all about capital interest and everybody will understand this. A pathogen represents an enormous amount of money and disease is never subject of attempt to be eradicated. All is about control and regulation. Also the department of justice would feel seriously embarrassed if a broad spectrum anti biotic against criminality would appear on the market. In a way systems happily parasitize on what seems to be the fact. However, the remarkable thing about this particular infectious agent will be that the agent will prove to be widely disseminated. In a way democracy finally seems to have arrived to know in the form of a primary pathogen. I advise You to seek litigation. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jun 24, 2006 7:27 pm Best topical treatment is pure mint oil or mint oil mixed with terramycine (oxytetracycline by pfizer) You can wrap with plastic to promote penetration. Prevent eyes and sensitive body parts to come in contact with the oil.
Buffer eyes first with eye cream (terramycine eye cream, by pfizer) Mint oil is very effective and the oil will stimulate blood flow. You can wash the oil away after 10 minutes. Topical application will not erradicate infection. Ask Your GP for oral Itraconazole or Bactrim. Say that it is rational to treat the infection as protothecosis.
All lesions including healed lesions will become reactive during effective treatment and all affected skin will have to grow out. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jun 24, 2006 8:24 pm Read standard treatment against protothecosis. It would be (IM) Amikacin or (IV) Amphotericin B.
Last would indicate hospitalization. Partially effective is Itraconazole (cide)
and Bactrim (static) Infection can be compared with cocidioidomycosis or paracoccidioidomycois. Coccidioidomycosis is standard given as differential for protothecosis to my knowledge. Its not an infection with a natural occuring strain as You may understand. The micro organism represents a synthetic model organism.
The problem is penetration of the therapeutic agent in relation to the process of polymerization of artifact in the skin c.q cell adhesion and subsequent infection of cell.
Artifacts relate to module of this multi cellular acting synthetic micro organism. Mint oil has the capacity to penetrate. Us only mint oil because it is a safe oil. Terramycine (oxytetracycline by pfizer) is static and7 or cide if used with mint oil. Most logic prescription by GP would be Amikacin (IM) combined with a tetracycline or long term oral Itraconazole. All mentioned therapeutic agents would indicate experimental treatment since no treatment protocol has been established. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Mon Jun 26, 2006 5:26 pm For the special collection: Bilderberg Conference 2005, 5-8 May, Rottach-Egern, Munich …To begin with, the Bilderberg group was founded by Prins Bernhard from the … around Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, Raytheon, Northrup-Grumman and others. … http://www.bilderberg.org/2005.htm – 283k – Cached – Similar pages Bilderberg Conference 2000 – 1-3 June – Brussels, BelgiumPrins Bernhard, founder of the Bilderberg Group, is after an operation on … his involvement in the corruption affair of the aeroplane factory Lockheed. …
http://www.bilderberg.org/2000.htm – 120k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Mon Jun 26, 2006 6:21 pm Finally… Never be under any illusions about the meaning of ‘government’ Pierre Proudhon says…. To be GOVERNED is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to do so. To be GOVERNED is to be at every operation, at every transaction noted, registered, counted, taxed, stamped, measured, numbered, assesed, licensed, authorized, admonished, prevented, forbidden, reformed, corrected, punished. It is, under pretext of public utility, and in the name of the general interest, to be placed under contribution, drilled, fleeced, exploited, monopolized, extorted from, squeezed, hoaxed, robbed then, at the slightest resistance, the first word of complaint, to be repressed, fined, vilified, harrased, hunted down, abused, clubbed, disarmed, bound, choked, imprisoned, judged, condemned, shot, deported, sacrificed, sold, betrayed; and to crown all, mocked, ridiculed, derided, outraged, dishonored. That is government; that is its justice, that is its morality. –Pierre J. Proudhon, General Idea of the Revolution in the 19th Century
by tamtam » Mon Jun 26, 2006 6:35 pm Deadly Immunity Robert F. Kennedy Jr. investigates the government cover-up of a mercury/autism scandal In June 2000, a group of top government scientists and health officials gathered for a meeting at the isolated Simpsonwood conference center in Norcross, Georgia. Convened by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the meeting was held at this Methodist retreat center, nestled in wooded farmland next to the Chattahoochee River, to ensure complete secrecy. The agency had issued no public announcement of the session — only private invitations to fifty-two attendees. There were high-level officials from the CDC and the Food and Drug Administration, the top vaccine specialist from the World Health Organization in Geneva and representatives of every major vaccine manufacturer, including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Wyeth and Aventis Pasteur. All of the scientific data under discussion, CDC officials repeatedly reminded the participants, was strictly “embargoed.” There would be no making photocopies of documents, no taking papers with them when they left.
The federal officials and industry representatives had assembled to discuss a disturbing new study that raised alarming questions about the safety of a host of common childhood vaccines administered to infants and young children. According to a CDC epidemiologist named Tom Verstraeten, who had analyzed the agency’s massive database containing the medical records of 100,000 children, a mercury-based preservative in the vaccines — thimerosal — appeared to be responsible for a dramatic increase in autism and a host of other neurological disorders among children. “I was actually stunned by what I saw,” Verstraeten told those assembled at Simpsonwood, citing the staggering number of earlier studies that indicate a link between thimerosal and speech delays, attention-deficit disorder, hyperactivity and autism. Since 1991, when the CDC and the FDA had recommended that three additional vaccines laced with the preservative be given to extremely young infants — in one case, within hours of birth — the estimated number of cases of autism had increased fifteenfold, from one in every 2,500 children to one in 166 children.
Even for scientists and doctors accustomed to confronting issues of life and death, the findings were frightening. “You can play with this all you want,” Dr. Bill Weil, a consultant for the American Academy of Pediatrics, told the group. The results “are statistically significant.” Dr. Richard Johnston, an immunologist and pediatrician from the University of Colorado whose grandson had been born early on the morning of the meeting’s first day, was even more alarmed. “My gut feeling?” he said. “Forgive this personal comment — I do not want my grandson to get a thimerosal-containing vaccine until we know better what is going on.”
But instead of taking immediate steps to alert the public and rid the vaccine supply of thimerosal, the officials and executives at Simpsonwood spent most of the next two days discussing how to cover up the damaging data. According to transcripts obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, many at the meeting were concerned about how the damaging revelations about thimerosal would affect the vaccine industry’s bottom line. “We are in a bad position from the standpoint of defending any lawsuits,” said Dr. Robert Brent, a pediatrician at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Delaware. “This will be a resource to our very busy plaintiff attorneys in this country.” Dr. Bob Chen, head of vaccine safety for the CDC, expressed relief that “given the sensitivity of the information, we have been able to keep it out of the hands of, let’s say, less responsible hands.” Dr. John Clements, vaccines advisor at the World Health Organization, declared that “perhaps this study should not have been done at all.” He added that “the research results have to be handled,” warning that the study “will be taken by others and will be used in other ways beyond the control of this group.”
In fact, the government has proved to be far more adept at handling the damage than at protecting children’s health. The CDC paid the Institute of Medicine to conduct a new study to whitewash the risks of thimerosal, ordering researchers to “rule out” the chemical’s link to autism. It withheld Verstraeten’s findings, even though they had been slated for immediate publication, and told other scientists that his original data had been “lost” and could not be replicated. And to thwart the Freedom of Information Act, it handed its giant database of vaccine records over to a private company, declaring it off-limits to researchers. By the time Verstraeten finally published his study in 2003, he had gone to work for GlaxoSmithKline and reworked his data to bury the link between thimerosal and autism.
Vaccine manufacturers had already begun to phase thimerosal out of injections given to American infants — but they continued to sell off their mercury-based supplies of vaccines until last year. The CDC and FDA gave them a hand, buying up the tainted vaccines for export to developing countries and allowing drug companies to continue using the preservative in some American vaccines — including several pediatric flu shots as well as tetanus boosters routinely given to eleven-year-olds.
The drug companies are also getting help from powerful lawmakers in Washington. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, who has received $873,000 in contributions from the pharmaceutical industry, has been working to immunize vaccine makers from liability in 4,200 lawsuits that have been filed by the parents of injured children. On five separate occasions, Frist has tried to seal all of the government’s vaccine-related documents — including the Simpsonwood transcripts — and shield Eli Lilly, the developer of thimerosal, from subpoenas. In 2002, the day after Frist quietly slipped a rider known as the “Eli Lilly Protection Act” into a homeland security bill, the company contributed $10,000 to his campaign and bought 5,000 copies of his book on bioterrorism. The measure was repealed by Congress in 2003 — but earlier this year, Frist slipped another provision into an anti-terrorism bill that would deny compensation to children suffering from vaccine-related brain disorders. “The lawsuits are of such magnitude that they could put vaccine producers out of business and limit our capacity to deal with a biological attack by terrorists,” says Dean Rosen, health policy adviser to Frist.
Even many conservatives are shocked by the government’s effort to cover up the dangers of thimerosal. Rep. Dan Burton, a Republican from Indiana, oversaw a three-year investigation of thimerosal after his grandson was diagnosed with autism. “Thimerosal used as a preservative in vaccines is directly related to the autism epidemic,” his House Government Reform Committee concluded in its final report. “This epidemic in all probability may have been prevented or curtailed had the FDA not been asleep at the switch regarding a lack of safety data regarding injected thimerosal, a known neurotoxin.” The FDA and other public-health agencies failed to act, the committee added, out of “institutional malfeasance for self protection” and “misplaced protectionism of the pharmaceutical industry.”
The story of how government health agencies colluded with Big Pharma to hide the risks of thimerosal from the public is a chilling case study of institutional arrogance, power and greed. I was drawn into the controversy only reluctantly. As an attorney and environmentalist who has spent years working on issues of mercury toxicity, I frequently met mothers of autistic children who were absolutely convinced that their kids had been injured by vaccines. Privately, I was skeptical.
I doubted that autism could be blamed on a single source, and I certainly understood the government’s need to reassure parents that vaccinations are safe; the eradication of deadly childhood diseases depends on it. I tended to agree with skeptics like Rep. Henry Waxman, a Democrat from California, who criticized his colleagues on the House Government Reform Committee for leaping to conclusions about autism and vaccinations. “Why should we scare people about immunization,” Waxman pointed out at one hearing, “until we know the facts?”
It was only after reading the Simpsonwood transcripts, studying the leading scientific research and talking with many of the nation’s pre-eminent authorities on mercury that I became convinced that the link between thimerosal and the epidemic of childhood neurological disorders is real. Five of my own children are members of the Thimerosal Generation — those born between 1989 and 2003 — who received heavy doses of mercury from vaccines. “The elementary grades are overwhelmed with children who have symptoms of neurological or immune-system damage,” Patti White, a school nurse, told the House Government Reform Committee in 1999. “Vaccines are supposed to be making us healthier; however, in twenty-five years of nursing I have never seen so many damaged, sick kids. Something very, very wrong is happening to our children.”
More than 500,000 kids currently suffer from autism, and pediatricians diagnose more than 40,000 new cases every year. The disease was unknown until 1943, when it was identified and diagnosed among eleven children born in the months after thimerosal was first added to baby vaccines in 1931.
Some skeptics dispute that the rise in autism is caused by thimerosal-tainted vaccinations. They argue that the increase is a result of better diagnosis — a theory that seems questionable at best, given that most of the new cases of autism are clustered within a single generation of children. “If the epidemic is truly an artifact of poor diagnosis,” scoffs Dr. Boyd Haley, one of the world’s authorities on mercury toxicity, “then where are all the twenty-year-old autistics?” Other researchers point out that Americans are exposed to a greater cumulative “load” of mercury than ever before, from contaminated fish to dental fillings, and suggest that thimerosal in vaccines may be only part of a much larger problem. It’s a concern that certainly deserves far more attention than it has received — but it overlooks the fact that the mercury concentrations in vaccines dwarf other sources of exposure to our children.
What is most striking is the lengths to which many of the leading detectives have gone to ignore — and cover up — the evidence against thimerosal. From the very beginning, the scientific case against the mercury additive has been overwhelming. The preservative, which is used to stem fungi and bacterial growth in vaccines, contains ethylmercury, a potent neurotoxin. Truckloads of studies have shown that mercury tends to accumulate in the brains of primates and other animals after they are injected with vaccines — and that the developing brains of infants are particularly susceptible. In 1977, a Russian study found that adults exposed to much lower concentrations of ethylmercury than those given to American children still suffered brain damage years later. Russia banned thimerosal from children’s vaccines twenty years ago, and Denmark, Austria, Japan, Great Britain and all the Scandinavian countries have since followed suit.
“You couldn’t even construct a study that shows thimerosal is safe,” says Haley, who heads the chemistry department at the University of Kentucky. “It’s just too darn toxic. If you inject thimerosal into an animal, its brain will sicken. If you apply it to living tissue, the cells die. If you put it in a petri dish, the culture dies. Knowing these things, it would be shocking if one could inject it into an infant without causing damage.”
Internal documents reveal that Eli Lilly, which first developed thimerosal, knew from the start that its product could cause damage — and even death — in both animals and humans. In 1930, the company tested thimerosal by administering it to twenty-two patients with terminal meningitis, all of whom died within weeks of being injected — a fact Lilly didn’t bother to report in its study declaring thimerosal safe. In 1935, researchers at another vaccine manufacturer, Pittman-Moore, warned Lilly that its claims about thimerosal’s safety “did not check with ours.” Half the dogs Pittman injected with thimerosal-based vaccines became sick, leading researchers there to declare the preservative “unsatisfactory as a serum intended for use on dogs.”
In the decades that followed, the evidence against thimerosal continued to mount. During the Second World War, when the Department of Defense used the preservative in vaccines on soldiers, it required Lilly to label it “poison.” In 1967, a study in Applied Microbiology found that thimerosal killed mice when added to injected vaccines. Four years later, Lilly’s own studies discerned that thimerosal was “toxic to tissue cells” in concentrations as low as one part per million — 100 times weaker than the concentration in a typical vaccine. Even so, the company continued to promote thimerosal as “nontoxic” and also incorporated it into topical disinfectants. In 1977, ten babies at a Toronto hospital died when an antiseptic preserved with thimerosal was dabbed onto their umbilical cords.
In 1982, the FDA proposed a ban on over-the-counter products that contained thimerosal, and in 1991 the agency considered banning it from animal vaccines. But tragically, that same year, the CDC recommended that infants be injected with a series of mercury-laced vaccines. Newborns would be vaccinated for hepatitis B within twenty-four hours of birth, and two-month-old infants would be immunized for haemophilus influenzae B and diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis.
The drug industry knew the additional vaccines posed a danger. The same year that the CDC approved the new vaccines, Dr. Maurice Hilleman, one of the fathers of Merck’s vaccine programs, warned the company that six-month-olds who were administered the shots would suffer dangerous exposure to mercury. He recommended that thimerosal be discontinued, “especially when used on infants and children,” noting that the industry knew of nontoxic alternatives. “The best way to go,” he added, “is to switch to dispensing the actual vaccines without adding preservatives.”
For Merck and other drug companies, however, the obstacle was money. Thimerosal enables the pharmaceutical industry to package vaccines in vials that contain multiple doses, which require additional protection because they are more easily contaminated by multiple needle entries. The larger vials cost half as much to produce as smaller, single-dose vials, making it cheaper for international agencies to distribute them to impoverished regions at risk of epidemics. Faced with this “cost consideration,” Merck ignored Hilleman’s warnings, and government officials continued to push more and more thimerosal-based vaccines for children. Before 1989, American preschoolers received eleven vaccinations — for polio, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis and measles-mumps-rubella. A decade later, thanks to federal recommendations, children were receiving a total of twenty-two immunizations by the time they reached first grade.
As the number of vaccines increased, the rate of autism among children exploded. During the 1990s, 40 million children were injected with thimerosal-based vaccines, receiving unprecedented levels of mercury during a period critical for brain development. Despite the well-documented dangers of thimerosal, it appears that no one bothered to add up the cumulative dose of mercury that children would receive from the mandated vaccines. “What took the FDA so long to do the calculations?” Peter Patriarca, director of viral products for the agency, asked in an e-mail to the CDC in 1999. “Why didn’t CDC and the advisory bodies do these calculations when they rapidly expanded the childhood immunization schedule?”
But by that time, the damage was done. At two months, when the infant brain is still at a critical stage of development, infants routinely received three inoculations that contained a total of 62.5 micrograms of ethylmercury — a level 99 times greater than the EPA’s limit for daily exposure to methylmercury, a related neurotoxin. Although the vaccine industry insists that ethylmercury poses little danger because it breaks down rapidly and is removed by the body, several studies — including one published in April by the National Institutes of Health — suggest that ethylmercury is actually more toxic to developing brains and stays in the brain longer than methylmercury.
Officials responsible for childhood immunizations insist that the additional vaccines were necessary to protect infants from disease and that thimerosal is still essential in developing nations, which, they often claim, cannot afford the single-dose vials that don’t require a preservative. Dr. Paul Offit, one of CDC’s top vaccine advisers, told me, “I think if we really have an influenza pandemic — and certainly we will in the next twenty years, because we always do — there’s no way on God’s earth that we immunize 280 million people with single-dose vials. There has to be multidose vials.”
But while public-health officials may have been well-intentioned, many of those on the CDC advisory committee who backed the additional vaccines had close ties to the industry. Dr. Sam Katz, the committee’s chair, was a paid consultant for most of the major vaccine makers and was part of a team that developed the measles vaccine and brought it to licensure in 1963. Dr. Neal Halsey, another committee member, worked as a researcher for the vaccine companies and received honoraria from Abbott Labs for his research on the hepatitis B vaccine.
Indeed, in the tight circle of scientists who work on vaccines, such conflicts of interest are common. Rep. Burton says that the CDC “routinely allows scientists with blatant conflicts of interest to serve on intellectual advisory committees that make recommendations on new vaccines,” even though they have “interests in the products and companies for which they are supposed to be providing unbiased oversight.” The House Government Reform Committee discovered that four of the eight CDC advisers who approved guidelines for a rotavirus vaccine “had financial ties to the pharmaceutical companies that were developing different versions of the vaccine.”
Offit, who shares a patent on one of the vaccines, acknowledged to me that he “would make money” if his vote eventually leads to a marketable product. But he dismissed my suggestion that a scientist’s direct financial stake in CDC approval might bias his judgment. “It provides no conflict for me,” he insists. “I have simply been informed by the process, not corrupted by it. When I sat around that table, my sole intent was trying to make recommendations that best benefited the children in this country. It’s offensive to say that physicians and public-health people are in the pocket of industry and thus are making decisions that they know are unsafe for children. It’s just not the way it works.”
Other vaccine scientists and regulators gave me similar assurances. Like Offit, they view themselves as enlightened guardians of children’s health, proud of their “partnerships” with pharmaceutical companies, immune to the seductions of personal profit, besieged by irrational activists whose anti-vaccine campaigns are endangering children’s health. They are often resentful of questioning. “Science,” says Offit, “is best left to scientists.”
Still, some government officials were alarmed by the apparent conflicts of interest. In his e-mail to CDC administrators in 1999, Paul Patriarca of the FDA blasted federal regulators for failing to adequately scrutinize the danger posed by the added baby vaccines. “I’m not sure there will be an easy way out of the potential perception that the FDA, CDC and immunization-policy bodies may have been asleep at the switch re: thimerosal until now,” Patriarca wrote. The close ties between regulatory officials and the pharmaceutical industry, he added, “will also raise questions about various advisory bodies regarding aggressive recommendations for use” of thimerosal in child vaccines.
If federal regulators and government scientists failed to grasp the potential risks of thimerosal over the years, no one could claim ignorance after the secret meeting at Simpsonwood. But rather than conduct more studies to test the link to autism and other forms of brain damage, the CDC placed politics over science. The agency turned its database on childhood vaccines — which had been developed largely at taxpayer expense — over to a private agency, America’s Health Insurance Plans, ensuring that it could not be used for additional research. It also instructed the Institute of Medicine, an advisory organization that is part of the National Academy of Sciences, to produce a study debunking the link between thimerosal and brain disorders. The CDC “wants us to declare, well, that these things are pretty safe,” Dr. Marie McCormick, who chaired the IOM’s Immunization Safety Review Committee, told her fellow researchers when they first met in January 2001. “We are not ever going to come down that [autism] is a true side effect” of thimerosal exposure. According to transcripts of the meeting, the committee’s chief staffer, Kathleen Stratton, predicted that the IOM would conclude that the evidence was “inadequate to accept or reject a causal relation” between thimerosal and autism. That, she added, was the result “Walt wants” — a reference to Dr. Walter Orenstein, director of the National Immunization Program for the CDC.
For those who had devoted their lives to promoting vaccination, the revelations about thimerosal threatened to undermine everything they had worked for. “We’ve got a dragon by the tail here,” said Dr. Michael Kaback, another committee member. “The more negative that [our] presentation is, the less likely people are to use vaccination, immunization — and we know what the results of that will be. We are kind of caught in a trap. How we work our way out of the trap, I think is the charge.”
Even in public, federal officials made it clear that their primary goal in studying thimerosal was to dispel doubts about vaccines. “Four current studies are taking place to rule out the proposed link between autism and thimerosal,” Dr. Gordon Douglas, then-director of strategic planning for vaccine research at the National Institutes of Health, assured a Princeton University gathering in May 2001. “In order to undo the harmful effects of research claiming to link the [measles] vaccine to an elevated risk of autism, we need to conduct and publicize additional studies to assure parents of safety.” Douglas formerly served as president of vaccinations for Merck, where he ignored warnings about thimerosal’s risks.
In May of last year, the Institute of Medicine issued its final report. Its conclusion: There is no proven link between autism and thimerosal in vaccines. Rather than reviewing the large body of literature describing the toxicity of thimerosal, the report relied on four disastrously flawed epidemiological studies examining European countries, where children received much smaller doses of thimerosal than American kids. It also cited a new version of the Verstraeten study, published in the journal Pediatrics, that had been reworked to reduce the link between thimerosal and autism. The new study included children too young to have been diagnosed with autism and overlooked others who showed signs of the disease. The IOM declared the case closed and — in a startling position for a scientific body — recommended that no further research be conducted.
The report may have satisfied the CDC, but it convinced no one. Rep. David Weldon, a Republican physician from Florida who serves on the House Government Reform Committee, attacked the Institute of Medicine, saying it relied on a handful of studies that were “fatally flawed” by “poor design” and failed to represent “all the available scientific and medical research.” CDC officials are not interested in an honest search for the truth, Weldon told me, because “an association between vaccines and autism would force them to admit that their policies irreparably damaged thousands of children. Who would want to make that conclusion about themselves?”
Under pressure from Congress and parents, the Institute of Medicine convened another panel to address continuing concerns about the Vaccine Safety Datalink Data Sharing program. In February, the new panel, composed of different scientists, criticized the way the VSD had been used in the Verstraeten study, and urged the CDC to make its vaccine database available to the public.
So far, though, only two scientists have managed to gain access. Dr. Mark Geier, president of the Genetics Center of America, and his son, David, spent a year battling to obtain the medical records from the CDC. Since August 2002, when members of Congress pressured the agency to turn over the data, the Geiers have completed six studies that demonstrate a powerful correlation between thimerosal and neurological damage in children. One study, which compares the cumulative dose of mercury received by children born between 1981 and 1985 with those born between 1990 and 1996, found a “very significant relationship” between autism and vaccines. Another study of educational performance found that kids who received higher doses of thimerosal in vaccines were nearly three times as likely to be diagnosed with autism and more than three times as likely to suffer from speech disorders and mental retardation. Another soon-to-be published study shows that autism rates are in decline following the recent elimination of thimerosal from most vaccines.
As the federal government worked to prevent scientists from studying vaccines, others have stepped in to study the link to autism. In April, reporter Dan Olmsted of UPI undertook one of the more interesting studies himself. Searching for children who had not been exposed to mercury in vaccines — the kind of population that scientists typically use as a “control” in experiments — Olmsted scoured the Amish of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, who refuse to immunize their infants. Given the national rate of autism, Olmsted calculated that there should be 130 autistics among the Amish. He found only four. One had been exposed to high levels of mercury from a power plant. The other three — including one child adopted from outside the Amish community — had received their vaccines.
At the state level, many officials have also conducted in-depth reviews of thimerosal. While the Institute of Medicine was busy whitewashing the risks, the Iowa legislature was carefully combing through all of the available scientific and biological data. “After three years of review, I became convinced there was sufficient credible research to show a link between mercury and the increased incidences in autism,” says state Sen. Ken Veenstra, a Republican who oversaw the investigation. “The fact that Iowa’s 700 percent increase in autism began in the 1990s, right after more and more vaccines were added to the children’s vaccine schedules, is solid evidence alone.” Last year, Iowa became the first state to ban mercury in vaccines, followed by California. Similar bans are now under consideration in thirty-two other states.
But instead of following suit, the FDA continues to allow manufacturers to include thimerosal in scores of over-the-counter medications as well as steroids and injected collagen. Even more alarming, the government continues to ship vaccines preserved with thimerosal to developing countries — some of which are now experiencing a sudden explosion in autism rates. In China, where the disease was virtually unknown prior to the introduction of thimerosal by U.S. drug manufacturers in 1999, news reports indicate that there are now more than 1.8 million autistics. Although reliable numbers are hard to come by, autistic disorders also appear to be soaring in India, Argentina, Nicaragua and other developing countries that are now using thimerosal-laced vaccines. The World Health Organization continues to insist thimerosal is safe, but it promises to keep the possibility that it is linked to neurological disorders “under review.”
I devoted time to study this issue because I believe that this is a moral crisis that must be addressed. If, as the evidence suggests, our public-health authorities knowingly allowed the pharmaceutical industry to poison an entire generation of American children, their actions arguably constitute one of the biggest scandals in the annals of American medicine. “The CDC is guilty of incompetence and gross negligence,” says Mark Blaxill, vice president of Safe Minds, a nonprofit organization concerned about the role of mercury in medicines. “The damage caused by vaccine exposure is massive. It’s bigger than asbestos, bigger than tobacco, bigger than anything you’ve ever seen.”
It’s hard to calculate the damage to our country — and to the international efforts to eradicate epidemic diseases — if Third World nations come to believe that America’s most heralded foreign-aid initiative is poisoning their children. It’s not difficult to predict how this scenario will be interpreted by America’s enemies abroad. The scientists and researchers — many of them sincere, even idealistic — who are participating in efforts to hide the science on thimerosal claim that they are trying to advance the lofty goal of protecting children in developing nations from disease pandemics. They are badly misguided. Their failure to come clean on thimerosal will come back horribly to haunt our country and the world’s poorest populations.
NOTE: This story has been updated to correct several inaccuracies in the original, published version. As originally reported, American preschoolers received only three vaccinations before 1989, but the article failed to note that they were innoculated a total of eleven times with those vaccines, including boosters. The article also misstated the level of ethylmercury received by infants injected with all their shots by the age of six months. It was 187 micrograms – an amount forty percent, not 187 times, greater than the EPA’s limit for daily exposure to methylmercury. Finally, because of an editing error, the article misstated the contents of the rotavirus vaccine approved by the CDC. It did not contain thimerosal. Salon and Rolling Stone regret the errors.
An earlier version of this story stated that the Institute of Medicine convened a second panel to review the work of the Immunization Safety Review Committee that had found no evidence of a link between thimerosal and autism. In fact, the IOM convened the second panel to address continuing concerns about the Vaccine Safety Datalink Data Sharing program, including those raised by critics of the IOM’s earlier work. But the panel was not charged with reviewing the committee’s findings. The story also inadvertently omitted a word and transposed two sentences in a quote by Dr. John Clements, and incorrectly stated that Dr. Sam Katz held a patent with Merck on the measles vaccine. In fact, Dr. Katz was part of a team that developed the vaccine and brought it to licensure, but he never held the patent. Salon and Rolling Stone regret the errors.
CLARIFICATION: After publication of this story, Salon and Rolling Stone corrected an error that misstated the level of ethylmercury received by infants injected with all their shots by the age of six months. It was 187 micrograms ? an amount forty percent, not 187 times, greater than the EPA’s limit for daily exposure to methylmercury. At the time of the correction, we were aware that the comparison itself was flawed, but as journalists we considered it more appropriate to state the correct figure rather than replace it with another number entirely.
Since that earlier correction, however, it has become clear from responses to the article that the forty-percent number, while accurate, is misleading. It measures the total mercury load an infant received from vaccines during the first six months, calculates the daily average received based on average body weight, and then compares that number to the EPA daily limit. But infants did not receive the vaccines as a ?daily average? ? they received massive doses on a single day, through multiple shots. As the story states, these single-day doses exceeded the EPA limit by as much as 99 times. Based on the misunderstanding, and to avoid further confusion, we have amended the story to eliminate the forty-percent figure.
Correction: The story misattributed a quote to Andy Olson, former legislative counsel to Senator Bill Frist. The comment was made by Dean Rosen, health policy adviser to the senator. Rolling Stone and Salon.com regret the error.
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by tamtam » Mon Jun 26, 2006 7:22 pm
Its itraconazole for systemic treatment and oxytetracycline mixed with mint oil for topical administration. Pure mint oil is also very effective and rather cheap if bought in a a big volume. Buffer eyes and sensible body parts with terramycine eye and skin cream or neutral cream if You treat e.g scalp First treat lesions, hands, feet (webspaces) and major folds. Up to a week or more. Promote penetration with plastic wrap. Take care with big surfaces and stay close to a shower with plenty of neutral soap. The source code You can not demand from ECDC. This target is most associated with NIH and battlefield labs. Proteome research centers (PRC) are synonymous with bio defense.
This is an alternative way for the Western Alliance to keep up with supremacy. The Institutionalized world is not Your best friend in this particular case. Stay tuned! Tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Jun 29, 2006 5:42 pm For the collection: US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command Facility Safety Plan …99, Nova Southeastern University (under Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB), 10/18/2004 … 216, TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory, 03/24/2003, 03/24/2008 …
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Prins Maurits laboratory/ Lockheed Martin/ Lackland / Ypenburg/ Clinton/ Gulf War Syndrome Stay tuned!
by tamtam » Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:06 pm
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by tamtam » Sat Jul 01, 2006 6:17 pm Try precursor chemical(s) in relation to microcystis, blue green algea, trypanosoma etc. Toxicology Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Mon Jul 03, 2006 6:25 pm Why cyano is important for scientific program:
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by tamtam » Wed Jul 05, 2006 5:07 pm
A direct line is running trough former military airport Ypenburg(former International assembly line of F16) Lackland battlefield lab, Lockheed Martin, Boeing and extremely near by: Prins Maurits laboratory. (today one of 15 most respected NIH) They have been working on bio remediation up until today. Many people in direct vicinity have cancer. They unite and demand investigation spring 2004. Answer Government; that about 30% of the population will develop a form of cancer. Spring 2004 a Professor makes the statement that the mysterious outbreak of blue green algae in 1980 had spread over the country. This Institute has all protection and works on bioweapons c.q
“biodefense” also target from former USSR They were questioned by the media about stocking Sarin. Its the Alliance, old boys network! Not a single Institute will risk its name. The higher echelon is very aware that a percentage of people is sacrificed in the name of supremacy. This fact relates to a broad field of novel like pathogenic elements.
Synthetic micro organisms yield many novel cell line. Many novel interactions. And because of its complexity derivations are very difficult to analyze. Difficult now synonymous with secret. Its what You call top international based scientific non disclosed research. The concept is from about late sixties. They knew the risk and repeat the same misery about 2000. Whatever the reason; it feeds R&D because it creates a steady line of cases. Yes Doctor, No Doctor! Remember: Dutch superbug (Dutch MRSA) and the one in the US about 2000. Something sensing definitely must have tuned in!
by tamtam » Fri Jul 07, 2006 2:58 pm Pathogens are population control regulators.
Statician turn the effects into a morbidity and mortality rate. To mention provenance is not profitable. One door down the alley creates a serious problem and the other door is supposed to solve it. All together R&D flowers as never before! People enough!
by tamtam » Fri Jul 07, 2006 3:57 pm A novel surface protein capable of enabling enterococci to colonize a new area of the gastrointestinal tract, an area perhaps less endowed with immune clearance mechanisms, may explain the ability of these outbreak strains to efficiently colonize and cause disease
by tamtam » Wed Jul 12, 2006 5:13 pm 2) Cyclosporine, a metabolite isolated from the mould, Tolypocladium niveum (left), is the most effective and least toxic immunosuppressant yet discovered. It has enormously improved the success rate of organ transplant operations by preventing recipients’ immune systems from rejecting the implant, but not leaving them totally defenceless against infection. This substance or its derivatives also hold out some hope for treatment of severe auto-immune diseases such as juvenile diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, aplastic anaemia, Addison’s disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, systemic lupus erythematosus and Henoch-Schonlein purpurea. See Chapter 24 for more. In addition, conidial anamorphs can now be genetically transformed to act as hosts for vectors carrying multiple copies of genes from other eukaryotic organisms (including humans), and have already been persuaded to express and secrete a number of eukaryotic gene products, including insulin, human growth factor, human tissue plasminogen activator (used to dissolve blood clots), bovine chymosin (an enzyme used in cheese-making), and amylase and cellulase enzymes (see Chapters 10, 24). Obviously, the biotechnological potential of the moulds is tremendous. The second part of this chapter (4b) examines the various orders of Ascomycetes…the holomorphs.
by tamtam » Wed Jul 12, 2006 5:18 pm AscomycetesCategory: Science > Biology > Flora and Fauna > Fungi > Ascomycota Account of the Ascomycetes and their anamorphs, with many illustrations and several animations.
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by tamtam » Wed Jul 12, 2006 5:23 pm To make You understand that you are infected with a model organism: A mold, Giant Cell, coccidioid like elements, plant, a trypanosoma like element, insect, mammal and higher primate(….) Stay tuned!
by tamtam » Thu Jul 13, 2006 3:46 pm As earlier mentioned: Ask Your GP for Itraconazol (Itraconazole, Itraconazolum) Its the best oral (systemic) therapeutic choice available. It has proved curative in some cases against prototheca after 7.5
(seven and a half) months. It would be 2X 100 mg firts month to continue with 100 mg to my knowledge. Ask Your GP for support. For topical use You can try a mixture of mint oil with terramycine (oxytetracycline, by pfizer) Promote penetration with a plastic wrap.
Alternative topical therapeutic agent would be econazole nitrate cream. (First option is effective and cheap) Shower the oil mixture of after about 20 minutes with plenty neutral shampoo (Stay close to a shower) Important: Buffer eyes and sensible body parts with pure terramycine eye and skin cream if You treat e.g scalp. Take care with this type treatment and NEVER use this oil combination on children. As You will find out dissemination in skin may prove extensive. Prototheca like (dark discoloration of infected cell layers) will only show up during effective treatment. Again: this is a systemic acting infectious micro organism. Topical treatment only will not cure.
Synchronous treatment against trypanosomes could be a rational option, but I do not advise this. What You fight is cell characteristic hence cell identity and it is unclear of above mentioned protocol will not be effective. Standard therapy against always difficult to erradicate infection with prototheca like micro organisms would be IM amikacin(e) and IV Amphotericine B this often given in combination with tetracycline. In some cases long term Itraconazol has proved effective also against infection with prototheca like micro organisms. Itraconazol(e) can easily be prescribed by a GP. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Jul 14, 2006 7:15 pm I think my last post had the honor to be removed. Could the so called “moderator” explain why he removed the post?
by tamtam » Fri Jul 14, 2006 7:37 pm About treatments in relation to african trypanosomiasis: Clinical trials The complicated and expensive trypanosomiasis screening test primarily involves taking a blood sample and a ganglion aspiration (if cervical lymph nodes are discovered during the check-up). These samples are then analysed in a mobile or fixed laboratory. The treatment for people testing positive depends on how far the disease has advanced. Two phases are singled out. During the first one, the trypanosomiasis symptoms are quite general: intermittent fever, swollen cervical lymph nodes and skin irritation, for example. A simple treatment is given in this case. In the second stage of the disease, the trypanosomes will have reached the central nervous system (the brain, the spinal cord) and the symptoms become neurological: headaches at increasingly frequent intervals, sleeping problems (sufferers hardly sleep at night but sleep a lot during the daytime, hence the name “sleeping sickness”), and confusion. The patient’s loss of appetite and fever eventually leads to a “cachexia”. The patient will die after a pathological development lasting about two years if left untreated. © Francesco Zizola “For people who reach the second stage, the frequently used arsenic-based treatment is toxic, thus causes side effects. In 5 to 10% of cases, the side effects may even result in the death of the patient”, says Bertrand Draguez. “This is why MSF is taking part in a scientific project designed to streamline another therapeutic protocol, DFMO (Difluoromethylornithine). A larger quantity of product is required per patient but it is less toxic.” The project is also designed to conduct clinical trials with another product, Nifurtimox, to be used in combination with DFMO.
by tamtam » Fri Jul 14, 2006 9:42 pm Why is there rather something than nothing?
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 12:27 am We all learn from each other but true problems only become active when people start to think and decide for the other. I do not decide for the other nor do I think for the other. Information flow is in a particular way self adjusting(…) To make things go right You maybe deliberately have to steer a bit wrong.
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 8:32 am Could browncircles let the forum know where he is located at that particular time? It will be an important contribution to know about Your location. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 9:28 am What has happened is that a highly genetically modified specie has integrated in the commensal pool. Like you could make it a problem e.g that the introduction of a foreign fish specie starts to replace a native one but not would make it a problem that the commensal pool of micro organisms in the human body systematically becomes replaced by a specie that is complex in organization and because of its cell adhesion (accumulation in tissue) is pathogenic per definition(….) Its the international (and in particular western) scientific world that has become as deliberate in its goals and actions as the former Soviet Union(….)
Repression of facts in favor of present methodology. Hence; final conclusion could be that its not about universal science but about western ideology. To safeguard scientific program they delete or steer away from all that could immediately prove that people tend to disappear in the statistic. The idea is that You can absorb the cases without having to mention the facts c.q go for the consequences(….) How organized can You get via consensus based decision making! Like with any crime its not a problem until the dead bodies walk out of the cupboard to explain about a peculiar kept silence. Could mention the facts start to prove about a long history of opportunistic adaptation and exploitation? Stay tuned, Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 9:32 am What has happened is that a highly genetically modified specie has integrated in the commensal pool. Like you could make it a problem e.g that the introduction of a foreign fish specie starts to replace a native one but not would make it a problem that the commensal pool of micro organisms in the human body systematically becomes replaced by a specie that is complex in organization and because of its cell adhesion (accumulation in tissue) is pathogenic per definition(….) Its the international (and in particular western) scientific world that has become as deliberate in its goals and actions as the former Soviet Union(….) Repression of facts in favor of present methodology. Hence; final conclusion could be that its not about universal science but about western ideology. To safeguard scientific program they delete or steer away from all that could immediately prove that people tend to disappear in the statistic. The idea is that You can absorb the cases without having to mention the facts c.q go for the consequences(….) How organized can You get via consensus based decision making! Like with any crime its not a problem until the dead bodies walk out of the cupboard to explain about a peculiar kept silence.
Could mention the facts start to prove about a long history of opportunistic adaptation and exploitation? Stay tuned, Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:56 am The mold is an expression of a modified cyanboacterium. Until 1920 cyanobacteria were regarded to be a mold. Your infection concerns a quorums sensing micro organism. Its also a multi cellular acting micro organism. The micro organism will integrate in tissue in the form of adaptive protein and also shows the ability to infect native cell. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 2:27 pm Southcity I hope You will understand that there is always time invoved to create a democratic base and get people lined up to appreciate the facts. I do not keep any information away that already could have motivated the Institutions to give immediate attention to what is going on. They know all about this epidemic and they certainly are not going to confirm the real scope, content and long term effect of this disaster. This modified almost impossible to eradicate pathogenic micro organism is everywhere! As a matter of fact it are disease name claiming organizations that play a most remarkable and detrimental role and they know it! They try to negociate an impossible situation. Its always the same story with power seekers. As You all may know I do not support any organization that provides an opportunistic base to keep control about per definition public matter. That CDC has been put under pressure because of the immediate attention in relation to the presentation of exclusive and revealing video footage is fact and confirmed e.g by the article in the San Francisco Chronicle. Nobody has to fear the course of things as long there is appropriate support from the public. And I hope that the public will stay fit enough to deal with the sick ideology of the western intelligentia. Fact will be that a most trecherous triangle of interacting Institution, Corporation and Military will become exposed and will have to stand trial for the Court of International justice in relation to a crime against humanity. This pathogen is about statistic, control of information and more over: the petit bourgeois mentality of all that identifies with per definition false authority.
Scandalous profit seekers one way or the other, sacrifice of an unprecedented number innocent people including very young children and this on a grant scale – all with consent of the same nobility called the western intelligentia. That people should not judge too early and observe how things may develop. To be without prejudice would be the right support. And that they defend their case with sending a registered letter to the institution and that they demand intervention and a written response. This particular matter will never go away without coordinated international attention and what would be most mandatory in this particular context is that the public should decide to act as decisive monitor.
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 5:15 pm Lets suppose You identify a certain John Kern.
Next question could be how many interactions this multi cellular being could yield as well in vivo as in vitro. In fact so many mainly difficult interactions would certainly confront You at once that it would be sufficient to state; A single entity mainly of difficult character. If You have an elephant dancing in Your front garden; Do You really need a fact sheet of its metabolism to be able to conclude: Indeed an elephant is dancing in my front garden!
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 7:29 pm Yes I am a terrorist! ECDC monitor of the European Union put the Dutch Government under pressure after I report ECDC, CDC and Interpol in France about an environmental crime. In reaction the Dutch Government send the National coordination team for an interview. This team will solely go after terrorists. Speaking out against atrocities caused by members of the Western Alliance is classified as undermining international State security -as I think to may conclude.
Members of the Western Alliance are responsible for the release of this pathogen.
I suppose that this model organism is used to manufacture precursor chemicals and the concept must have been used again during present war. The Institute and adjacent military airport that has vanished in 1991 after the outbreak in 1980 were in direct line with the international production line of the F16 hence e.g Lockheed Martin and Lackland. President Clinton gave this institute money to study the effects of Gulf War syndrome. Bio remediation has gone on since today and a novel residential area that was put down on former contaminated soil (about 1990) has an unprecedented number of people with cancer. They protest about this fact 2004. The Alliance knew what would be the result of an outbreak in terms of a steady flow of medical cases. The higher echelon knows very well what the general effect will be on the population. And I can assure You that it is very very bad for an unprecedented number of people.
Transboundary! In fact what you need is an execution peleton. That’ s my opinion and I am a rather peacefull thinker.
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 7:35 pm ///////errata: peaceful
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 8:08 pm Is that ragged flag still waving?
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 8:13 pm Is that ragged flag still waving?
by tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:08 pm Among the believers Mr. Kern, To speak as a child is a biblical thing! Thank You for Your compliment, It seems that You have no idea what conservatism means, and that could explain Your curiosity and frustration. You can have thousands of people work on something that may not go to the public and indeed it will not go to the public. Development is not based on putting classified information on the street. Its called advantage and keeping up with competition. Diplomacy is a good example. Was Germany not fervent against the invasion? And was not a few years later made clear and evident that Germany had actively spied for the US during the invasion? Wake up dear Mr. Kern; Its because nobody will risk his reputation, career option and/or investment. You expect that they will endorse the facts? As earlier mentioned certain type of matter will not be reported to the public. All motivated by fear for disruption of the safety c.q economy. It was business that reacts to the video footage and that has put CDC under pressure out of fear for losses. This has been perfectly registered by the responsible web site. Do You realize You always create cash flow also if You are terminally sick. Even if You would be able to yield a full screening of this multi cellular element- this moment in time – the scientific world would not confirm a single thing. To keep research inconclusive for whatever reason is a standard! You can’t get it proved! This was told to me by a befriended select agent specialist of Cornell University. A specialist working on the reemergence of tb. Pathogens are R&D motors and whatever the etiology or provenance; You can’t get it proved if it will disrupt present scientific order!
That’ s why we have Dr. Martins with ongoing researches that will never get true funding. The world is in a way opportunistic and it would hurt establishment to see a sudden shift in policy. Still, if a full survey will be given You could start to see that nobody will follow the fact that they may have been made part of a rather specific problem(…..) Also You will have to follow Mr. Kern , To know with the opinion of all.
Everything that is new is controversial but later on all becomes established as fact.
As You prefer Mr. Kern? Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sun Jul 16, 2006 10:57 am Informative: OPWC and why careless talk is detrimental as: I commend the Prins Maurits Laboratory of TNO once again for its valuable … here at the Netherlands Defence College in Ypenburg who have welcomed us, … http://www.opcw.org/html/global/s_series/98/s33_98.html
by tamtam » Sun Jul 16, 2006 11:18 am No conspiracy does exist. What exists is consensus based decision making and the fact that advising organs represent all trough one. A concoction of Industry, Institute and Military. And that a person is allowed to suffer from this or that but not that other thing. As earlier mentioned: The Western intellectuals are as deliberate and suppressive as former communist regimes. And Yes, its all about money and indifference towards the individual. And indeed the distribution of this pathogen is a profitable thing for all type R&D
by tamtam » Sun Jul 16, 2006 1:32 pm More related to this I think: Electrophoresis – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For specific types of electrophoresis (for example, the process of … Electrophoresis is the movement of an electrically charged substance under the … en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrophoresis – 16k – 14 Jul 2006 – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 10:10 am Errata: quorums sensing= quorum sensing
Until about 1917 cyano was regarded a mold/ fungus.
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 10:39 am Once again: You need combined therapy.
Lesions will scar and this will stay. My advise is as earlier given. Talk it over with Your GP. There will be the possibilty of relapse but all that in the mean time is reduced is a pro. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 1:41 pm Cyanobacterium= a bacterium that also will grow a mold! Hence the 1917 confusion. Its a synthetic micro organism and a lot seems to be hung in its “tree”. c.q the micro organism is informed with a multiple set genes derived from plant, parasite, maybe bird but for sure mammal and higher primate. All now represents one (1) A new entity with multiple expression. Its an entity because it is environmentally resistant c.q will proliferate outside the lab. Under favorable conditions it will grow back multi cellular expression. The human body provides this type of strata.
The process is bacterial load depending. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 1:45 pm Desperado Doctor Schwartz?
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 2:14 pm Another broadcast may have to be established.
As counterweight and to guarantee objectivity. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 2:17 pm Another broadcast may have to be established.
As counterweight and to guarantee objectivity. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 3:16 pm All will be presented in a most comprehensible way, to know visualized so that even the not informed can understand the matter to a certain degree!
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 8:17 pm If that announcement is correct You will get a more precise therapeutic protocol via Ford L. in August. The reaction of the skin is rather known in relation to infection with dermatophyte like micro organisms. The body will isolate the infectious agent because it has no other defense. From the rubbery skin only sporadically sporules will escape. All other explanation does not apply. Thus this type postinfective skin can be defined as a host pathogen interaction. Sores per definition have the property that they will not easily fall prone to superinfection. If you are in need for therapy; ask Your GP for oral Itraconazol(e) and topical econazole nitrate. Or get the terramycine/ mint oil mix. Its rational and effective therapy although final knock down may include other therapeutic agents as well. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 11:43 pm try: microcystis/ pseudomonas/ stem cell
by tamtam » Sat Jul 22, 2006 12:24 am A proposal for the unification of five species of the cyanobacterial genus Microcystis Kutzing ex Lemmermann 1907 under the rules of the Bacteriological Code. Otsuka S, Suda S, Shibata S, Oyaizu H, Matsumoto S, Watanabe MM. Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan.email@example.com
Genomic DNA homologies were examined from six Microcystis (cyanobacteria) strains, including five different species, Microcystis aeruginosa, Microcystis ichthyoblabe, Microcystis novacekii, Microcystis viridis and Microcystis wesenbergii. All DNA-DNA reassociation values between two strains of M. aeruginosa and the other four species exceeded 70%, which is considered high enough for them to be classified within the same bacterial species. It is proposed to unify these five species into M. aeruginosa under the Rules of the Bacteriological Code and NIES843T (= IAM M-247T) is proposed as the type strain. Two other species, Microcystis flos-aquae and Microcystis pseudofilamentosa, should be regarded as morphological variations of this unified M. aeruginosa. The current taxonomy of cyanobacteria depends too much upon morphological characteristics and must be reviewed by means of bacteriological methods as well as traditional botanical methods. MID: 11411709 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 22, 2006 8:20 am Be so kind not to promote confusion. Its likely more about cell characteristic and about cell susceptibility (pattern) and not about “multiple species” Rational and rather effective therapy is oral itraconazole and topical econazole nitrate or terramycine(oxytetracycline) mixed with mint oil. More effective therapeutic protocol to my knowledge can not be prescribed by a GP at this moment in time. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 22, 2006 8:24 am Be so kind not to promote confusion. Its likely more about cell characteristic and about cell susceptibility (pattern) and not about “multiple species” Rational and rather effective therapy is oral itraconazole and topical econazole nitrate or terramycine(oxytetracycline) mixed with mint oil. More effective therapeutic protocol to my knowledge can not be prescribed by a GP at this moment in time. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 22, 2006 10:55 am Maybe You could exercise Your quality by raising questions via Ford L. As You know the Military are a State within a State.
(similar like corporations and the Institute are in a way) They prefer to handle this type matter the way they like. I advise everyone to be very aware of Your civil status and that the best thing You can do is to send a certified letter to an Institute like CDC or NIH.
Demand intervention, ask for written and signed response within a set time, try to unite and seek litigation. Do not feel intimidated because Your rights have severely been compromised including loss of health, disturbed family life and career options not to forget stigmatization by something that resembles organized crime. We live in a global economy and I hope You all refuse being subject of being deprived of Your human rights. Stay tuned! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Jul 22, 2006 1:01 pm //////////////errata: Ford L = Ft L
by tamtam » Sat Jul 22, 2006 9:43 pm Informative article: NTI: Global Security Newswire … chemical agents, obscurants, marking agents, dyes and inks, chaffs and flakes.” … Hammond has asserted that US military-sponsored research on …
by tamtam » Sun Jul 23, 2006 9:00 am Institutes I think are closed until monday!
You have to synchronize with simple facts like this. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sun Jul 23, 2006 10:59 am Some make the statement that people tend to project; as if the world was a mirror.
by tamtam » Mon Jul 24, 2006 12:13 pm You have to relate this statement in relation to the fact: Base architecture: Fusion cyanobacterium with a trypanosome like element.
The Genus Prototheca was described in 1894 by Kruger to designate a group of non-pigmented unicellular organisms isolated from the mucous flux of trees. Based on a yeast like appearance in culture, early investigators, including Kruger (1849 a, b) considered the organism to be a fungus. This view was generally accepted until West (1916) directed attention to its alga-like mode of reproduction. Unlike most yeasts, Prototheca does not propagate by budding, but by internally produced spores which are morphologically identical to the parent cell.This method of sporulation is indistinguishable from that observed in the green alga chlorella. Based on this observationWest (1916) classified the organism in the chlorophyaceae. Etc…
Source: Protothecosis – Algal infection Bernard F. Fetter, Gordon K. Klintworth, and Harry S. Nielsen, Jr Durham/ North Carolina, USA
by tamtam » Mon Jul 24, 2006 12:38 pm plus: Cultural Morphology: On solid media, isolates of Prototheca are similar to many yeasts or yeast like fungi. cultures vary from white to cream colored and may be smooth, wrinkled, or pasty depending upon the strain. In diagnostic laboratory, the organism must be distinguished from species of candida and cryptococcus, and to a lesser extent from the yeast forms of Histoplasma and Blastomyces
by tamtam » Mon Jul 24, 2006 3:04 pm informative: The Guardian Wednesday May 13, 1998 US giant plans to patent key genetic codes By Paul Brown and Martin Walker in Brussels A United States multinational company yesterday announced plans to
unravel the entire human genetic code by 2001 and sell the information to scientific institutions and drug companies – patenting the most valuable gene sequences to protect its investment. The announcement came on the day the European Parliament agreed a controversial European directive that allows companies to patent human, plant and animal genes and so charge royalties on medical or agricultural applications.
The US project, privately funded by the Perkin-Elmer Corporation of
Norwalk, Connecticut, follows a technical breakthrough by the company
which allows robot machines to plot the human gene sequences 10 times
faster and more cheaply than previously thought possible. The company
aims to make a profit by beating a federal effort to achieve the same
The company has teamed up with J. Craig Venter, a controversial figure
who pioneered isolating gene sequences, patenting them and selling
them to companies. He now heads the non-profit Institute for Genomic
Research, in Rockville.
Tony White, chief executive officer of Perkin-Elmer, told the Guardian
from New York: “We are not a philanthropic organisation, we have a
revenue model for this. We are sure people will want to buy the
He said most of the information would be available to companies and
scientific institutions on a pay-to-view basis on sophisticated
websites. “We will of course have first access to the data and be able
to evaluate it. If necessary we will patent 100 to 300 of the very
significant genes, but we do not know yet. We will license those
genes. We do not want to hold them hostage, we want to contract people
He said there may be 60,000 to 100,000 genes in the human body, so
only a tiny proportion would be patented.
The company will employ between 400 and 800 people to run 230 of the
machines, which will decode information from human genes isolated from
sperm and other cells. The electricity bill alone is expected to be
£3,000 a day.
“We think this is the future of medicine. We will have a blueprint and
match later with the blueprint of mice and other related mammals – the
first stage in finding a cure for many common diseases,” Mr White
The European directive was passed after intense lobbying by
multinational pharmaceutical corporations, while Green MEPs protested
The directive has been modified since the Parliament rejected an
earlier bill three years ago, not least to include the provision that
“the industrial application of a sequence or a partial sequence of a
gene must be disclosed in the patent application”.
This is designed to stop companies patenting everything from human,
animal and plant genes in the hope of hitting a jackpot.
Willi Rothley, the German Social Democrat who proposed the directive,
insisted yesterday that it would allow the patenting only of genuine
inventions, not of gene sequences that exist naturally.
He said it was “clear that there can be no use of human embryos for
commercial or industrial purposes, no human cloning, and the suffering
of genetically modified animals is only permitted for medical
Magda Aelvoet, co-president of MEP Greens, said: “The bans on
patenting human cloning and human embryos are poorly defined and will
be wide open for exploitation by clever patent lawyers.”
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by tamtam » Mon Jul 24, 2006 5:18 pm The point is that most people do not know that data acquisition and data trade is the driving force of the Industry. Information(…)
Now Honorable Mr. Venter even proposed to let the community pay for all the screening (so that the expert could pick out the flowers?)
If You relate this to the fact that most things have become automized You also will understand that the speed c.q introduction of pathogenic even environmentally resistant elements (small particles if You like) will be at par with the promise that things can quickly be assessed- if necessary.
If You again relate this to the fact that most pathogenic elements (including primary) almost always will show a pattern of preference (like bird flue in relation to people with a certain genetic make up)
You maybe also understand that in fact a type of genocide is being legitimized and that the industry as a whole refuses to be made responsible for its effect on the individual or apparent minority at a certain moment in time (….)
Matter of thought, not more!
by tamtam » Mon Jul 24, 2006 6:48 pm
Repetition of an earlier post: Microbiologists have borrowed the term “pheromone” from entomologists because they believe that insect like chemical signaling and communication also can occur among bacteria. But the idea of bacterial quorum sensing, which came under serious consideration only in the last decade, is still as much theory as established fact, Winans cautioned. The presence of a second, seemingly redundant apparatus for quorum sensing in Pseudomonas bacteria “makes us wonder if something else also is going on,” Winans said. Now quoted in relation to the fact that research results deliberately can be kept inconclusive and that disturbing matter never will be presented to the public. Your matter in particular!
by tamtam » Mon Jul 24, 2006 10:17 pm With many things it is simply so that if You do not have to mention its existence in literature than per definition formally it also does not exist! Why do You think that prostrate cancer since early this year is defined as being caused by a virus? Its the most prevalent cause of cancer in the western world and almost does not exists in e.g China! Fact is that people that reveal that all this is true are not exactly very welcome since it means an enormous shift in R&D. Scientist softly said that the virus definitely must be around fort at least a few thousand years…. etc etc.
Listen very well. Today scientists are like priest. You would put your blind trust in them but if you shake the tree they will prove all except being innocent. Its normal human practice but remember its the public that prefers to install a non existing pure and higher order.Last edited by tamtam on Tue Jul 25, 2006 1:14 am, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Tue Jul 25, 2006 1:21 pm Fine article: Recreational and occupational field exposure to freshwater … Pseudomonas aeruginosa is widely-distributed in natural and artificial … The outbreak lasted for some four months. This epidemic was investigated on … http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/ articlerender.fcgi?artid=1513208 – Similar pages PubMed articles by: Stewart, I. Webb, P. Schluter, P. Shaw, G. Environ Health. 2006; 5: 6. Published online 2006 March 24. doi: 10.1186/1476-069X-5-6.
Copyright © 2006 Stewart et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. Recreational and occupational field exposure to freshwater cyanobacteria – a review of anecdotal and case reports, epidemiological studies and the challenges for epidemiologic assessment
Ian Stewart,1,2,3 Penelope M Webb,4 Philip J Schluter,5 and Glen R Shaw1,3,6
by tamtam » Wed Jul 26, 2006 10:27 am All scientific research is very costly. If You like to pay for specific and significant scientific research I will provide You a legal base in the form of a contract so that Your investment can be turned into a public benefit. You will earn an extra capital Y for Your private investment. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Jul 26, 2006 7:11 pm Honorable Mrs. Knapp, As You may have analyzed: CDC endorses the idea about the probable existence c.q re -occurrence of a 16th century disease? Quite likely this must be a strategic move to keep the people as long as possible away from the fact and subsequent understanding that a stray target of a proteome research center has contaminated an unprecedented number of people in the US and beyond. Proteome research centers are synonymous with bio-defense.
As You also may understand: The line between defense and offense is rather thin especially for a country at war. The presence of this type hyper complex micro organism in public space represents a re-introduction to my knowledge. The infectious agent represents a synthetic model organism and constitutes most a fusion between a cyanobacterium and a trypanosome like micro organism. The concept is made quorum sensing. This means that as well actively produced elements, as well as foreign introductions have the potential to tune into on and the same multi cellular process.
The micro organism can consistently be associated with a construct to create new cell line via a process called random recombination. Without any doubt the micro organism is man made and because of its complexity can only be associated with target of a proteome research center. Contamination c.q infection with this very difficult if not impossible to eradicate synthetic micro organism can consistently be associated with as well reversible as well as irreversible processes in the human body. CDC as well as NHI seem not very willing to bring the matter straight to the public and prefer to delay the facts. Exclusive and clear and convincing evidence exists that may start to prove that more than one member of the Western Alliance must be held responsible for the release of this environmentally resistant human pathogen. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Jul 26, 2006 10:10 pm Indeed and with all respect; You are not very well informed. Correct observation is that more than one body is present. The reason why sufficient time is reserved, is to get people informed (…)
by tamtam » Wed Jul 26, 2006 10:37 pm Its called DOE, almost like do it Yourself! Or:
Just do It! Like the God Nike. Thank You for Your second contribution Beefeater,
Your first reference was most interesting. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Jul 26, 2006 10:50 pm People that are informed will not write for this forum.
by tamtam » Mon Jul 31, 2006 7:18 pm Today’s article in LATIME: Sentinels Under Attack Toxic algae that poison the brain have caused strandings and mass die-offs of marine mammals — barometers of the sea’s health. By Kenneth R. Weiss, Times Staff Writer July 31, 2006 “As they watch the oceans disgorge more dead and dying creatures, scientists have come to a disquieting realization: The proliferation of algae, bacteria and other microbes is making the oceans less hospitable to advanced forms of life — those animals most like humans” Article relates to infection with algae c.q cyanobacterial like micro organism. Relate e.g to: microcystis/ protothecosis
by tamtam » Thu Aug 03, 2006 10:55 pm This is a link that relates to present phenomenon: check: possible estuary related syndrome/ CDC / microcystis/ cyanobacteria and blue green algae in relation to sick building syndrome.
Nota Bene: the use of “possible” Remember also that cyano and pseudomonas are in and on soil, vegetation…. sometimes even inside disinfectant. example:
New Theory Links Neurotoxins with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lyme …
Following treatment, all patients’ clinical syndrome was gone; and their VCS scores … Possible Estuary Associated Syndrome, brown recluse spider bites and …
http://www.immunesupport.com/Library/showarticle.cfm/ ID/3990/HealthWatch/HealthWatch-Holiday-2002 – 65k – Cached – Similar pages Last edited by tamtam on Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:44 am, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:42 am Cyano is very difficult. If you cause cell lysis, neurotoxic substances will penetrate vital tissue and the toxins are very difficult to eliminate. Question: What if you combine properties of cyano with properties of trypanosomes? Cyano can replace tissue and infection will often stay undetected.
Trypanosomes are known for variant glycoprotein, a property relating to “evasion of the immune system” Maybe part of the problem is that you try to find a natural cause for something that is synthetic. A synthetic element with an impressive memory load.
Not only memory about its diverse (hence synthetic) provenance but also memory that relates to its inherent systematic. Bio-systematic! Like a Turing machine.
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:56 am A set molecules called London?
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 1:09 am If you keep on reducing you may hit a ball with four extentions. Some call it life!
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 1:26 am Cit/ Compounds of carbon (organic compounds) form the physical basis of all living organisms. Carbon atoms are able to link with each other and with other atoms to form chains and rings, and an infinite variety of carbon compounds exist.
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:23 am Two examples of a search query for Turing machine relating to biosystematic: google: turing machine/ genomics/ proteomics/ biosystematic Results 1 – 10 of about 40,200 for turing machine genomics. (0.14 seconds) The postgenomic shipwright – Nature Genetics
This review summarizes the concept of Turing machine as a model of the cell as … Danchin’s central theme, however, is not the early history of genomics, …
http://www.pasteur.fr/recherche/unites/ REG/HTML_files/Nature_Genetics_BdD.html – 14k – Cached – Similar pages [PDF] Bioinformatics – a definition
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – View as HTML DNA represents a Turing Machine). Analyses in bioinformatics focus on three types of datasets: genome sequences,. macromolecular structures, and functional … http://www.pasteur.fr/recherche/unites/ Binfs/definition/bioinformatics_definition.pdf – Similar pages [ More results from http://www.pasteur.fr ]
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 8:55 am Try google/ but copy: Bioinformatics – a definition another clue: Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web The Diptera Site: Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web. … The species problem is also one of circumscription, the definition of …
http://www.sel.barc.usda.gov/Diptera/keys.htm – 35k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:59 pm Only an indication that all is subject to classification. In this particular respect the attempt to classify must cause debate (…)
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 3:16 pm Indeed some algae like microcystis and rhodophyta will bloom. (Per definition not only water bound) Your name fits well that what could fly trough the air. A sporule is a sporule with the potential of further development. If this sporule relates to plant, parasite, insect mammal and..?, how stealthily could that other well known entity silently invade? Check: advanced plant systematic
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 3:58 pm What is the reference?
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 7:04 pm Swabs come back negative because standard diagnostic tests c.q methodology must associate micro organisms with the existing index of known human pathogen (…) Next: Quorum sensing is (chemical) signal based.
One signal is specie dedicated and another is universal. This means that non related elements can tune in to one and the same multi cellular process. Since when do commensal resembling micro organisms replicate a series multi cellular organisms?
Classification is classification, and how would you classify a mule?
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 7:49 pm Indeed; a mold is an expression of a (natural) multi cellular process. But if a mold will grow an insect?
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 9:42 pm Link about quorum sensing and how single cell micro organisms become a multi cellular entity moved up Last edited by tamtam on Sat Aug 05, 2006 9:42 am, edited 2 times in total.
by tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 11:30 pm In relation to the Turing machine/ genomics/ and a novel thought human pathogen: Institute Pasteur/ Harvard reference: Danchin’s concern with functional genomics is expressed by comparing the genome with the Delphic Boat. As a classic riddle of identity, the problem of the Delphic Boat asks if you leave port in a boat and, over the course of your voyage, replace all the individual components of the boat, in what sense do you return to port in the same boat?
by tamtam » Sat Aug 05, 2006 9:43 am Moved: Link about quorum sensing
and how single cell micro organisms become a multi cellular entity DIALOGS WITH BACTERIA: QUORUM SENSING What is quorum sensing? Bacteria produce and release chemical signals – autoinducers – in … Intercellular communication and quorum sensing in bacteria … library.albany.edu/science/newinsci_quorum_sensing.htm – 29k – Cached – Similar pages —————————— [PDF] Bacterial linguistic communication and social intelligence File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – View as HTML
social cooperation in such diverse societies, the bacteria. need even more advanced linguistic skills, so that they can. keep up their dialogue within the … star.tau.ac.il/~eshel/papers/Trends-published.pdf – Si
by tamtam » Sat Aug 05, 2006 9:39 pm Article does not mention quorum sensing, but it does mention modular in relation to colony. Colony is per definition a quorum. In this particular respect it is also interesting to understand the difference between infection and colonization. Bacteria as modular organisms: http://arjournals.annualreviews.org/doi … o.52.1.105
Natural Genesis Bacteria as Modular Organisms. Annual Review of Microbiology. … In a process called quorum sensing, groups of bacteria communicate with one another to
(paste link in google
by tamtam » Mon Aug 07, 2006 7:43 am Indeed Mr. Bartz “The diagnosis of these rare infections is based largely on detection of characteristic structures observed on histopathologic examination of tissue” Sincerely, tamtam Copy link of Mr. Bartz:
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … id=1081399 But rare may finaly proof relatively common (…)
by tamtam » Tue Aug 08, 2006 10:37 am There is no reason to demand the source code. The source code represents specific data and this you will never get because it belongs to another department. Mrs. Gerberding has been informed at least twice in 2004(….) Immediate access to this infectious agent can be established at once. She should be advised to contact ECDC in Solna Sweden with reference to: http://www.silentsuperbug.com What I can not offer is: ” that one or more than one US citizen(s) will start to demand this type intervention” Again: access can be established at once; if necessary. Interested health officials should contact:
http://www.silentsuperbug.com or: http://firstname.lastname@example.org
by tamtam » Tue Aug 08, 2006 8:49 pm “What we see in many different species is the repeated use of a pattern that is already built into the wing,” And if the fly is so close to man you also maybe understand how human growth factor can be written away c.q produced by a bacterium that grows a plant? Basically you can reduce all processes to the presence and expression of a signal
by tamtam » Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:37 pm ppleater, You could look up protothecosis and its distribution pattern. Last reference of Mr. Bartz is fine. The agent shows a preference for keratinized body parts.
by tamtam » Tue Aug 08, 2006 11:15 pm Another link about prothothecosis: remember: important is to understand the use of “like” CBL = Cyano Bacterial Like (organisms)
by tamtam » Wed Aug 09, 2006 10:53 am Related topic/ further reading:
http://www.envirologix.com/library/KU_M … _Algae.pdf
http://www.pubmedcentral.org/articleren … rtid=94402
by tamtam » Wed Aug 09, 2006 8:46 pm understanding club = patent?
by tamtam » Wed Aug 09, 2006 9:49 pm London! I admire your constancy.
by tamtam » Mon Aug 14, 2006 4:37 pm Interesting article about quorum sensing, cyano, bio film, pseudomonas and E.coli. [PDF] 4-11-05 Quorum Sensing Parsek, MR and EP Greenberg. 2005 … File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – View as HTML
Was this in patS gene product produced in E. coli or an Anabaena. construct? … Do cyanobacteria rely on peptide-based quorum sensing systems? …
landresources.montana.edu/LRES515/ DiscussonNotes/4_11_5%20_Quorum_sensing.pdf – Similar pages (Paste in google)
by tamtam » Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:31 am Why not associate “source code” with amino acid theory? http://webdoc.sub.gwdg.de/diss/2003/fewer/fewer.pdf
by tamtam » Wed Aug 16, 2006 9:33 pm I think this condition can be associated with oxygen deprivation and keratin erosion c.q disturbed growth pattern. Microscopy will show infiltration. You should ask a dermatologist! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Aug 17, 2006 12:44 pm A number of mysterious and uncomfortable diseases, in which microbes were never convincingly implicated in the past, are now attributed to bacteria growing as a biofilm (…) Note: quorumsensing is based on chemical (cell) signal. One signal is considered specie dedicated another signal is universal (bacterial esperanto) NIMR, London :: Mill Hill Essays 2004 :: The social life of ….. a biofilm in mice with cystic fibrosis depends on an intact quorumsensing system. … The most notorious of these is MRSA (methicillin resistant …
http://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/millhillessays/2004/bacteria/ – 25k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Thu Aug 17, 2006 7:28 pm Example/ index of biological agents in relation to a man made synthetic model organism: Understanding the Threat
The yellow rain incidents in Southeast Asia in the early 1980s are … An example of this type of toxin is microcystin, produced by blue-green algae, …
http://www.nbc-med.org/SiteContent/ MedRef/OnlineRef/FieldManuals/datw/chap1.htm – 30k – Cached – Similar pages (paste in google) THE DUAL-USE DILEMMA “A fundamental problem in countering the proliferation of biological and toxin weapons is
the fact that much of the necessary know-how and technology is dual-use, with legitimate applications in the commercial fermentation and biotechnology industries”
by tamtam » Fri Aug 18, 2006 11:10 am My advise (in relation to infection with a man made synthetic model organism) is to unite and seek litigation: The US penal system can easily avoid existing conflict of interest. Example: (CNN) — A federal judge on Thursday ruled that the U.S. government’s domestic eavesdropping program is unconstitutional and ordered it ended immediately.
by tamtam » Wed Aug 23, 2006 11:13 am ////////moved////////////// Important links as earlier posted: “The diagnosis of these rare infections is based largely on detection of characteristic structures observed on histopathologic examination of tissue” Copy link by Mr. Barz: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … id=1081399
Response J. Gerberding (CDC Atlanta) to Mrs. Sabrina,
Excerpt letter: “The (CDC) working group will review……available data…… to help us understand this pattern of illness or syndrome”
Excerpt link London: http://www.ehjournal.net/content/5/1/7 “Various dermatoses are clearly associated with either superficial or systemic infection by many Gram-negative organisms, most notably Pseudomonas aeruginosa (….) However, it is unreasonable to compare mechanisms of cutaneous disease from colonising Gram-negative bacteria to those due to cyanobacteria …..solely…… on the basis that both organisms contain LPS”
“In our opinion, the sole natural exposure route that might explain aquatic cyanobacterial LPS-related illness is via inhalation of aerosolised cells or fragments”
“protein allergens in some cyanobacteria may provoke symptoms” New Scientist Breaking News – Dietary neurotoxin linked to Alzheimer’s Neurotoxins from blue-green algae present in certain foods or water can accumulate in proteins and might cause brain diseases like Alzheimer’s after many .. http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn6229 – 42k – Cached – Similar pages
Quote: “Its about CBL (Cyano Bacterial Like micro organisms) that gather in a biofilm.
This biofilm represents a lysate that will recombine. Because of its quorum sensing property, more organisms may tune into one and the same multi cellular process” “A number of mysterious and uncomfortable diseases, in which microbes were never convincingly implicated in the past, are now attributed to bacteria growing as a biofilm”
Important note for the histopathologist in relation to infection with a novel CBL:
“The globose budding cells of L. loboi may resemble the “mariners wheel” form of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in tissue; however, the consistent diameter and chain-like arrangement of the yeast cells of L. loboi distinguish it from P. brasiliensis. L. loboi is usually intracellular, although extracellular forms may be seen”
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by tamtam » Wed Aug 23, 2006 11:22 am Interesting photo/ reference page:
http://www.micrographia.com/specbiol/al … la0100.htm
http://www.micrographia.com/specbiol/ba … ct0200.htm
and a rare mentioning of the genesis of a parasitic filament; compare: nuclear transfer
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by tamtam » Wed Aug 23, 2006 11:52 am This is a fine index of protein(s) extra attention for lens like protein/ cyanobacterium via google
http://cubic.bioc.columbia.edu/db/LOCkey/easy.html Research connection: amyloidosis/ microcystis/ cyanobacterium
by tamtam » Thu Aug 24, 2006 8:59 am moved= moved post This link was given by Mrs. Skytrol, http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB61/#doc30
……to develop new biological warfare agents using genetic engineering techniques to enhance their weapons characteristics, such as by adding increased resistance to antibiotics….” Document 32 Memorandum re Soviet Biological Weapons Programs, no classification, 9/17/92 (according to source), 10 pp. Source: State Department FOIA Database This unsigned document, found in State Department records and according to them dating from September 1992, summarizes information the author had been gathering for years from former Soviet citizens who had been involved with the Soviet biological warfare program since the 1970s. According to these accounts, the USSR in the early 1970s began to develop new biological warfare agents using genetic engineering techniques to enhance their weapons characteristics (such as by adding increased resistance to antibiotics); that at around the same time Moscow initiated a program to transfer biological weapons research to civilian institutions and ………to create new institutions to pursue this research…….. and that these facilities were organized under a special directorate called BIOPREPARAT, which had recently come under the Ministry of Health Quote bioweapon expert Ken Alibek: “that different kinds and sizes of substances have different rates of infection and different people will have varying levels of resistance” Remark: And why the repetition in the “West” ? Again: I advise you to unite and seek litigation, do not use e-mail but use a certified letter to notify the institution(s) Demand intervention! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Aug 26, 2006 9:23 pm Mr. Barz, Your links prove very very much to the point. http://www.canbiotech.com/CommonData/Ne … /032.4.pdf Sincerely, tamtam
———————————— Link cyanobacteria and bionanotechnology “Alginates are produced by brown algae and the two bacterial genera Pseudomonas and Azotobacter”
Chapter Abstracts: Microbial Bionanotechnology: Biological Self … The exploitation of nature in the field nanotechnology is just beginning, … rich substance found in most cyanobacteria and in some heterotrophic bacteria. … http://www.horizonpress.com/hsp/abs/absnano.html – 20k – Cached – Similar pages
Link biofilm production/ quorum sensing Biofilms Current Endosymbiont. Photosynthetic Cyanobacteria in cytoplasm of flagellated protozoan Cyanophora … Correctly use the term quorum sensing in your answer. … microvet.arizona.edu/Courses/ MIC438/decker/Biofilms/Biofilms.html – 21k – Cached – Similar pages paste in google)
About: “biofilms in relation to microbial resistance”: “The study of biofilm communities benefits from the efforts of investigators from many different disciplines, including environmental and clinical biologists, surface chemists, engineers, and mathematical modelers, who bring their unique questions, perspectives, and technologies to bear on this phenomenon. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to keep abreast of the scientific literature in one’s own field, let alone others” http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/articleren … tid=438604
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by tamtam » Sun Aug 27, 2006 2:17 pm To answer your question Mr. Barz, This type highly modified micro organism is most associated with target of a proteome research center. Proteome research centers are synonymous with biodefense. Best is that people unite and create a legal base for action. Sincerely, tamtam
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by tamtam » Sun Aug 27, 2006 10:10 pm Mr. Barz, If people unite and provide a legal base for action the matter can be made conclusive in a relatively short time. However, I do not suggest that you start this legal process on your own. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Mon Aug 28, 2006 11:26 am Link about biofilm formation/ pioneer bacterium/ formation of glycocalyx/ sticky polymer PDF] Scotmas Healthcare – Factsheet Water Systems Biofilms File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – View as HTML
2 Glycocalyx Formation. Biofilm bacteria excrete extra-cellular polymeric. substances, or sticky polymers, which hold the biofilm …
http://www.scotmas-healthcare.com/ downloads/Biofilm_factsheet.pdf – Similar pages
(note: type pseudomonas in search engine)
by tamtam » Mon Aug 28, 2006 6:09 pm Skytrol special Pseudomonas But Pseudomonas aeruginosa and two former Pseudomonas species (now reclassified as Burkholderia) are pathogens of humans. A general treatment of the …
textbookofbacteriology.net/pseudomonas.html – 30k – Cached – Similar pages
Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc Scientific Stock Photography : <i …
Burkholderia pseudomallei (also known as Pseudomonas pseudomallei) – Gram-negative, aerobic, rod prokaryote. A zoonotic microorganism that causes …
http://www.denniskunkel.com/DK/DK/Bacteria/99686A.html – 7k – Cached – Similar pages Last edited by tamtam on Mon Aug 28, 2006 6:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:42 pm A link that associates quorum sensing and pseudomonas aeruginosa with drug resistance:Drug resistance may travel same path as quorum sensing Quorum sensing in Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Design, synthesis and analysis of … With few factors, adult cells take on character of embryonic stem cells
http://126.96.36.199/search?q=cache:43H … =clnk&cd=1
J. Bact — Table of Contents (April 15 2004, 186 ) Pseudomonas aeruginosa Autoinducer Enters and Functions in Mammalian Cells … The Gas Vesicle Gene Cluster from Microcystis aeruginosa and DNA … jb.asm.org/content/vol186/issue8/index.shtml – Similar pages
embryonic stem cells and quorum sensing June 20, 2006 … and quorum sensing behavior in higher level organisms such as yeast. Finally, we will discuss preliminary results in mouse embryonic stem cells of … si.epfl.ch/page16497.html – 12k – Cached – Similar pages
http://188.8.131.52/search?q=cache:gQ … =clnk&cd=8
Conway///// http://www.bitstorm.org/gameoflife/ Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:00 pm Link algae (alginates) pseudomonas and bionanotechnology Note: See Chapter 6 Chapter Abstracts: Microbial Bionanotechnology: Biological Self … The exploitation of nature in the field nanotechnology is just beginning, … rich substance found in most cyanobacteria and in some heterotrophic bacteria. … http://www.horizonpress.com/hsp/abs/absnano.html
Pseudomonas index: http://textbookofbacteriology.net/Pseudomonas.etc.html
Alginates and accumulation of polymers in tissue “To explain these results and other data previously reported in the literature, we propose that the main biological function of AlgL is to degrade alginates that fail to become exported out of the cell and thereby become stranded in the periplasmic space, ……….At high levels of alginate synthesis in the absence of AlgL, such stranded polymers may accumulate in the periplasm to such an extent that the integrity of the cell is lost, leading to the observed toxic effects”
—————————————————– Dormancy and biofilms in relation to e.g pseudomonas “In this context it would be helpful to draw attention to the wider implications of dormancy in persistence and chronic infection in general. Such infections are commonly associated with biofilm/biomass or intracellular growth”
http://jac.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/48/1/141 Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Sep 06, 2006 8:18 pm A comprehensive explanation about quorum sensing (QS) and its relationship to microbial resistance/ biofilm formation:
http://www.pharmainfo.net/exclusive/rev … _bacteria/
—————————– Article about biofilm and chronic infection; “Although defining what constitutes a biofilm infection remains to be resolved, most clinicians agree that biofilms are responsible for a variety of chronic bacterial infections (16, 80). Bacteria tend to stick to and colonize foreign bodies or dead tissue in the human body. Many of these infections are caused by opportunistic pathogens that are also human commensals” http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/articleren … tid=438604 Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Sep 07, 2006 10:49 pm Again I think it necessary to point out that it is very unlikely that CDC does not have sufficient knowledge about this highly modified infectious agent. For this reason I advise you to unite and create a legal base and seek litigation! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:29 pm Well Mr. Barz, You ask a (retired) Notary or Attorney or people that have experience with putting up a foundation. Set clear goals and accept donations. Rational would be to yield a proposal to obtain fully endorsed research results and use those results e.g to prove that people are being deceived and this for political reasons. All can be effectively organized and turned effective in about three to four months. People enough. If 5000 people would yield 5 or 10 dollar all can be made rock hard – including involvement of a blue chip company to do various initial tests (….) The foundation could commission a company and test results could be made public. Its a subject with an international scope, I can assure you, Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Sep 08, 2006 10:25 am Important links as earlier posted: “The diagnosis of these rare infections is based largely on detection of characteristic structures observed on histopathologic examination of tissue”
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … id=1081399
“Various dermatoses are clearly associated with either superficial or systemic infection by many Gram-negative organisms, most notably Pseudomonas aeruginosa (….)
However, it is unreasonable to compare mechanisms of cutaneous disease from colonising Gram-negative bacteria to those due to cyanobacteria solely on the basis that both organisms contain LPS”
“In our opinion, the sole natural exposure route that might explain aquatic cyanobacterial LPS-related illness is via inhalation of aerosolised cells or fragments”
“protein allergens in some cyanobacteria may provoke symptoms” Neurotoxins from blue-green algae present in certain foods or water can accumulate in proteins and might cause brain diseases like Alzheimer’s after many … http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn6229 – 42k – Cached – Similar pages
“Can bacteria from one species communicate with those from another species?
There is evidence that interspecies communication via QS can occur. This is referred to as quorum sensing cross talk. Cross talk has implications in many areas of microbiology as in nature bacteria almost always exist in mixed species populations such as biofilms” http://www.pharmainfo.net/exclusive/rev … _bacteria/
“A number of mysterious and uncomfortable diseases, in which microbes were never convincingly implicated in the past, are now attributed to bacteria growing as a biofilm”
“Although defining what constitutes a biofilm infection remains to be resolved, most clinicians agree that biofilms are responsible for a variety of chronic bacterial infections”
“Many of these infections are caused by opportunistic pathogens that are also human commensals” http://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/millhillessays/2004/bacteria/ http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/articleren … tid=438604
Important note for the histopathologist in relation to infection with a novel CBL c.q the cause of “an unidentified dermatosis syndrome” “The globose budding cells of L. loboi may resemble the “mariners wheel” form of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in tissue; however, the consistent diameter and chain-like arrangement of the yeast cells of L. loboi distinguish it from P. brasiliensis. L. loboi is usually intracellular, although extracellular forms may be seen”
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by tamtam » Fri Sep 08, 2006 10:32 am Today southcity wrote: The state of Georgia has started a database concerning this illness. They are using a different name for it though.http://health.state.ga.us/pdfs/hazards/ … yndrome%22 unidentified dermatosis syndrome Contact information Jane M. Perry, Director Chemical Hazards Program
Georgia Division of Public Health Atlanta, Georgia (404) 657-6534
by tamtam » Fri Sep 08, 2006 11:00 pm Dear Sarah, Identification is not synonymous with screening. The situation is so that the monitors have been informed and that I see no reason to start screening a multi cellular acting pathogen (….) Things are evident enough, I can assure you. There is no budget present to yield this type data and if this was the case it would represent a serious investment not fit to be put “on the corner of the street” It is my opinion that the responsible parties will have to draw a conclusion and understand that they will have to step forward – at once! Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Sep 09, 2006 1:07 pm Cellulose/ Pilz domain/ Pseudomonas and related micro organisms; “Recent studies identified c-di-GMP as a universal bacterial secondary messenger regulating biofilm formation, motility, production of extracellular polysaccharide and multicellular behavior in diverse bacteria” “Association of the PilZ domain with a variety of other domains, including likely components of bacterial multidrug secretion system, could provide clues to multiple functions of the c-di-GMP in bacterial pathogenesis and cell development”
http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.or … ull/22/1/3
by tamtam » Sun Sep 10, 2006 7:39 pm Skytrol, You talk yourself into the bushes.
What you suffer from is an infection! This means that there is an etiological agent.
If you get proper anti microbial therapy your symptoms will go away. However, what you mention could partially apply if the agent causes lasting changes. Compare with post infectious tissue (changes)
by tamtam » Sun Sep 10, 2006 8:55 pm Proper anti microbial treatment is possible if medical consensus becomes established. To aknowledge that all concerns an infection with a highly modified man made infectious agents seems not without an enormous political load. You also could state ” one flew over Cucoo’ s nest ” and in this case by many innocent people including the very young. The shortest road to a cure could be via court instead via the existing health system. What you maybe experience next to this infection is the effect of the integration of communist tactics into a capitalist system.
by tamtam » Sun Sep 10, 2006 8:56 pm Example “postinfectious” [PDF] Animal models of postinfectious obesity: Hypothesis and review File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – View as HTML either progressively lost in the postinfectious period. due to viral cytopathic effects and/or, … tine histopathological examination of brain tissue …
http://www.jneurovirol.com/o_pdf/p1_s.pdf – Similar pages
by tamtam » Sun Sep 10, 2006 11:44 pm Skytroll, “You tend to simplify microbial resistance” There are so many anti microbial agents that do not work against certain species or strains that it is standard procedure to perform susceptibilty tests. As earlier stated: this particular agent is about anti microbial resistance. Much of this resistance relates to the fact that prototheca like micro organisms are very difficult to erradicate.
Next to this it concerns a synthetic model organism that (in culture) also will develop into a trypanosome – like – micro organism. If this observation is consistent, it would be logic to associate the concept with variant glycoprotein like properties known from trypanosomiasis. The overal concept seems fine tuned towards evasion of the immune system (…) This idea is partially confirmed by the fact that filamentous “artifacts” are not or poorly recognized during genesis in tissue (skin, muscle, organs) “What most people observe relates strongly to a process of polymerization and this process can be accumulative” The true problem could be that you would have to treat infection as well as protothecosis as trypanosomiasis and than still have to conclude that treatment would not be effective (…) tamtam Last edited by tamtam on Mon Sep 11, 2006 1:10 am, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Mon Sep 11, 2006 12:17 am Best is to understand that most people have tried various combinations or long courses of anti microbial agents without being able to eradicate this infection. Because of this fact it is likely that a trypanosome has been used. Infection eradicated, patient has died! This counts in africa until today… About weight; As far as I do remember doxycycline is an additive to e.g chicken and pig feed. It causes rapid gain of weight (growth promotor) —————————————-
Swine practice/// Tetracycline resistance Tetracyclines (tetracycline, doxycycline, minocycline, oxtetracycline, . … human and veterinary medicine but also as growth promotor in animal husbandry. …
http://www.antibioresistance.be/Tetracy … u_Tet.html – 9k – Cached – Similar pages
by tamtam » Mon Sep 11, 2006 3:59 pm People could appoint a location e.g Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York maybe London and unite in a club that is willing to put up a foundation and accept donations. Goal could be to commission a company in the EU to screen the agent. Results could be published online and will allow to identify the micro organism by any laboratory around the world. Shotgun screening may also yield a blueprint about the species that are involved. Test are always highly specific and standard tests stay negative so far I know. The CBL (cyano bacterium like) micro organism can sometimes be detected in tissue. Its a yeast like body most resembling the etiological agent of paracoccidioidomycosis braziliensis and/ or lobomycosis.
Differential would include coccidioidomycosis. All above mentioned species are easily confused with other prototheca like micro organisms. Next to this a series commensal resembling micro organisms are involved. This would most associated with e.g synechocystis To my knowledge there are no standard tests present for e.g protothecosis. First unite, create a legal body and set well defined goals. Sincerely,
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by tamtam » Mon Sep 11, 2006 5:20 pm You are free to give the foundation a name.
I would do that after getting an idea where to locate the foundation. Just propose a name and create public response. Redefine democracy! Its up to you all.
by tamtam » Mon Sep 11, 2006 11:59 pm As earlier posted: Again, My advise to you is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. CDC plays a cat and mouse game!
All is done to protect ongoing scientific research program and all reaction seems an attempt to prohibit that consistent prove will be gathered. Consistent prove that may demonstrate that much conclusion in various fields of medical science could be part of an elaborate falsification. This type argument can easily be understood if you take into account that it is impossible to introduce a “missing link” without severe consequences for the disciplines. However, this “missing link” is brought into culture and identified as a synthetic model organism. I like to stress that it is mandatory that people understand that initial research could best be done autonomous (instigated and financed by the public) since it is unlikely that official channels ever will inform the public about the true scope of this particular occult acting man made pathogen (…) Not only will this synthetic model organism reconstitute insect like entity but also an autonomous acting synthetic vector, and peculiar translation of plant, mammal and higher primate (….) Sincerely,
by tamtam » Tue Sep 12, 2006 7:47 pm Link by Southcity The state of Georgia has started a database concerning this illness. They are using a different name for it though.http://health.state.ga.us/pdfs/hazards/ … yndrome%22 unidentified dermatosis syndrome Contact information Jane M. Perry, Director Chemical Hazards Program
Georgia Division of Public Health Atlanta, Georgia (404) 657-6534 My advise is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. Tamtam
by tamtam » Tue Sep 12, 2006 8:37 pm A random suggestion: Macbeth Syndrome
by tamtam » Tue Sep 12, 2006 9:17 pm This link is important and quite likely relates to the source of your ailment: /////////////to provide comprehensive genomic, proteomic, and bioinformatic resources to the scientific community//////////// “The Master Master” http://www.niaid.nih.gov/dmid/genomes/prc/default.htm Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Sep 13, 2006 1:57 pm This link does not work.Does somebody has it printed out? Its important. The state of Georgia has started a database concerning this illness. They are using a different name for it though .http://health.state.ga.us/pdfs/hazards/ … yndrome%22 unidentified dermatosis syndrome Contact information Jane M. Perry, Director Chemical Hazards Program
Georgia Division of Public Health Atlanta, Georgia (404) 657-6534 People ask why the link is not working……. My advise is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation.
by tamtam » Wed Sep 13, 2006 3:15 pm Yes, very good, thank you, Its important to document official response. Please be so kind to collect this. tamtam Source/ CNN
“Chinese leaders say today that science is the key to the country’s modernization and growth, but Dr. Xu finds no pleasure in that. “They are just using it to serve themselves,” he said recently. His phone, he says, is still bugged”
by tamtam » Sun Sep 17, 2006 9:50 am In response to this last post: Opinion could be that you also have to mention Sanger and trypanosomes. tamtam
“Scientists led by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute have genetically modified the worm C. elegans to make human proteins called receptors in these nerves: the modified worms detect and avoid human signalling molecules and drug candidates” Compare to:
“Molecules binding to the surface of the trypanosome, including antibodies, have been found also to be engulfed…. Therefore, in addition to changing its surface coat of proteins to avoid antibody binding, the parasite seems capable of engulfing antibodies, and possibly in this way of neutralizing their effect” Trypanosoma brucei Genome Project The T. brucei project at the Sanger Institute encompasses sequencing the parasite’s genome in conjunction with … Related Trypanosoma sequencing projects …
http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Projects/T_brucei/ – 19k – 15 Sep 2006 – Cached – Similar pages Trypanosoma vivax Genome Project The Wellcome Trust funded the Sanger Institute Pathogen Sequencing Unit (PSU) to … the nuclear genome of the livestock-infective Trypanosoma vivax. … http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Projects/T_vivax/ – 18k – Cached – Similar pages [ More results from http://www.sanger.ac.uk ]
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by tamtam » Sun Sep 17, 2006 12:22 pm Example: model organisms “In their recent Perspective “Whither model organism research” (25 Mar., p. 1885), S. Fields and M. Johnston discussed the roles of model organisms in biology, pointing out that yeast and E. coli and other members of a “Security Council” of model organisms were workhorses that were used to discover and dissect many fundamental and conserved processes in
biology” “Yet it is increasingly evident that a gene product may have diverse functions in different cells or tissues, at different points in the life of those cells or tissues, or under various physiological circumstances” http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/eletters/ … /1885#1550
by tamtam » Mon Sep 18, 2006 7:30 pm Earlier posted/ brought to front NEW SURVEILLANCE DATABASE “UNIDENTIFIED DERMATOSIS SYNDROME”
Abstract: There have been reports to state and local public health agencies from residents throughout Georgia of thread-like skin parasites in their skin, and a related set of symptoms. In response, the Unidentified Dermatosis Syndrome (UDS) Surveillance Database was developed and is maintained by the Chemical Hazards Program, Environmental Health Section, Georgia Division of Public Health. It is intended to build and maintain self-reported symptom surveillance capacity. Definition The Chemical Hazards Program defines “Unidentified Dermatosis Syndrome” as reports of tiny
bugs that look like black specks, or thread-like parasites in the skin; or of “something” biting, stinging, or crawling in the skin, and an accompanying set of symptoms including itching, visible sores, and fatigue. Hypothesis The Chemical Hazards Program will examine whether: 1. parasites may be causing the symptoms, and 2. individuals may share hypersensitivity to toxins produced by certain fungi/molds present in soil causing specific neurotoxic effects. CURRENT ACTIVITIES: PHASE I Surveillance Database and Initial Survey Beginning March 1, 2006 we will administer a survey to collect data from individuals reporting specific symptoms of UDS. Chemical Hazards Program staff is contacting Georgia residents following referral from various state, district, and local public health agencies, health care providers, other professionals, and individuals for voluntary participation in the survey. Beginning September 1, 2006 Chemical Hazards Program staff will analyze the results of the survey and decide which health education activities, networking strategies, referral resources, environmental sampling, or medical interventions will best meet the needs of the survey participants. Reports generated will contain grouped information only, and will not contain any personal identifiers such as name or address. The results of the data analyses are expected to be available to the public in late fall 2006. The UDS surveillance database will remain in place and continue to gather information about cases in Georgia. Survey The UDS survey requests basic demographic information: age, gender, race/ethnicity and education level. Questions about their home environment and daily activities, including length of residency, soil conditions, outdoor hobbies, employment history, and allergy history are included. Respondents will be asked in detail about their symptoms, doctor visits, current
medications, health status of other family members and pets, and attempted and/or successful treatments and symptom relief. Page 2 Data Management and Entry
CHP staff will collect, manage, enter, and analyze all data from completed surveys. Survey data will be entered into an Access database and cross checked for validity, reliability, and accuracy by random verification of entered data and other accepted methods. Data Analyses Access 2000 database software will be used for data analyses. Survey questions will be analyzed and compared using analytic techniques appropriate for community survey design. Univariate analyses will generate descriptive statistics to characterize data from the survey. Bivariate and multivariate analyses will assess whether trends and relationships exist among survey responses. ArcView 9.0 software will be used to map/illustrate any trends and relationships. If trends and relationships are found to exist and are determined to potentially be a result of parasites and/or exposure to specific fungi present in soil, medical intervention and/or soil sampling recommendations will provided to appropriate agencies. For more information, to refer
individuals, or to be considered for participation in the survey, please contact: Jane M. Perry, Director Chemical Hazards Program Georgia Division of Public Health Atlanta, Georgia (404) 657-6534 http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:Mv … us/pdfs/ha
“My advise is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation” tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Oct 19, 2006 4:58 pm Announcement: New video footage will be presented within about 48 hours. silentsuperbug / open source / reference CBL 001
by tamtam » Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:29 pm Try this type association: exopolymer matrix, pigmented filament, silica, silicon etc etc. Its a synthetic micro organism (GMO/ select agent) No literature is readily available as I hope you do understand. The netting you see can be associated with a wing matrix. Check: wing vein(ation)
JSTOR: Silicon Compounds in Biological Systems
B. 171, 19-30 (1968) Printed in Great Britain Silicon compounds in biological systems BY A. C. ALLISON Clinical Research Centre Laboratories, Mill Hill, …
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by tamtam » Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:37 pm Identifying Non-Targets From Fall Armyworm Pheromone Captures … … worn and tattered, with many of the wing and body scales missing. … of L. phragmatidicola has a rough texture with wing veination clearly visible. … Copy this link in Google and check figure 12 Photo 12: The main “bone” of this wing relates to what is expressed in the mold as a fiber (bone/ vein) Pigmentation seems to relate most to the signal colors of an insect wing. The 2D steps on the wing relate to 3D expressions.Last edited by tamtam on Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:58 pm, edited 4 times in total.
by tamtam » Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:49 pm Developmental Biology Online: Gradient Models of Positional … (A) Photograph of an eyespot on the wing of Morpho peleides. (B) Diagram of a two-gradient model that may explain the way the spot was generated. … Gradient Models of Positional Information How can cells be informed of their position in the embryo and then use that information to differentiate into the appropriate cell type? Excerpt article: (Concerns article: 3.3 Gradient Models of Positional Information)
This is the link: http://7e.devbio.com/search_result.php? … informatio
Other links/ titels: A model for colour pattern formation in the butterfly … – Sekimura
Formation and maintenance of distinctive cell patterns … – Honda Development and evolution on the wing – McMillan
by tamtam » Wed Oct 25, 2006 7:58 pm Correction: Try: google images Search query: wing veination or wing venation
by tamtam » Wed Oct 25, 2006 9:24 pm Oilgae is an introduction I did not know about.
But it would link to e.g mesocosm experiment.
0.3 en-US https://www.blogger.com/atom/3715422 service.post Oilgae …
If you are unfamiliar with wiki software, please refer to our help section. … Typically, Synechococcus dominates the smaller picoalgae size class; …
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[ More results from http://www.oilgae.com ] However, If you keep on making associations with a model organism you can end up in nearly every scientific field.
by tamtam » Thu Oct 26, 2006 9:17 am Identifying Protein Interactions
While it is convenient to think of proteins as discrete and independent molecules, this is actually an oversimplified view. Many proteins require other proteins or cofactors for activity; and proteins involved in signal transduction, protein trafficking, cell cycle, and gene regulation must interact with other proteins in those processes. Many of these interactions require particular domains called interaction domains. Proteins involved in the interactions contain combinations of interaction domains (for interaction with other proteins) and catalytic domains (for function of the protein). The interaction domain can bind the partner protein, even in the absence of the rest of the protein. Interaction domains are often quite versatile, capable of binding a variety of related ligands. In addition, one protein may contain several different interaction domains. The modular nature of these domains allows the protein to interact with multiple target proteins in the cell; thus it provides a mechanism for integration and control of information from protein to protein in a cell. Such protein-protein interactions form the basis for our current understanding of cell signaling pathways and protein networks that regulate all the activities in a cell.
Because protein-protein interactions regulate the activities of cells, identifying them is critical to understanding cellular processes. Mass spectrometry techniques have been developed for large-scale screening to identify interacting proteins. For example, hundreds of known proteins in yeast were engineered to contain a biochemical tag that would allow the tagged protein to be separated from other proteins in a cell extract. This was done gently so that other proteins bound to the tagged protein would still be attached. The tagged protein, along with any associated proteins, was then analyzed by mass spectrometry. The results revealed that about eighty-five percent of these proteins were associated with other proteins. Although most interacted with many other proteins, in some cases two different protein complexes had at least one protein in common. Among the most intriguing questions to come out of this research were what controls which proteins interact and – for those that interact in multiple complexes – how do these proteins know which complex to join?
Help your self website: http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl= … D%26sa%3DN
The Extracellular Matrix (ECM) While it is true that all living things are made of cells, that is only part of the story. Most of the cells in multicellular organisms are surrounded by a complex mixture of nonliving material that makes up the extracellular matrix (ECM). In some cases, the ECM accounts for more of the organism’s bulk than its cells.
New video footage at Google Video (reference 001)
Updated with a few minutes. http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=s … rbug&hl=en
by tamtam » Thu Oct 26, 2006 1:57 pm tamtam wrote:Reference:
Results 1 – 6 of about 12 for Authority: 7 U.S.C. 8401; 7 CFR 2.22, 2.80, and 371.3. . (0.80 seconds)
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Suggestion: Report: “That you are confronted with serious negative and on strong suspicion of: the irreversible effects of the unauthorized release of a GMO
(type: select agent)” “That you demand criminal investigation and medical intervention based on the absence of any diagnostic tool and/ or adequate therapeutic protocol”
by tamtam » Thu Oct 26, 2006 2:00 pm This morning I received this message. Any suggestions? Sincerely, tamtam
Email XXXXXX Comments i have this thing….suffering for 2+yrs now. Help PLEASE, what can I do??? My baby is now showing symptoms. PLEASE HELP ME. My entire body is scarred from this. Any help is appreciated.
by tamtam » Thu Oct 26, 2006 10:46 pm Fine article by Nadas.
http://www.unbf.ca/vip/database/volvox/Volvox.htm If Volvox is partially “written away” in the concept? I don’t know. Last edited by tamtam on Sat Oct 28, 2006 11:38 am, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:19 pm Cefadroxil is a broad-spectrum antibiotic effective in G+ and G- bacterial infections. It belongs to bactericidal antibiotics. All this means that you are treated for a suspected infection. The sensation of movement in your leg is quite likely related to infected tissue. You can think about an infected artery (you could become aware of blood flow and/ or pulse) or about infected muscle or tendon. As long as your leg is not running away from you things are relatively fine.
Sensations are rather difficult to take as point of departure! Take the anti biotics and evalute the situation after finishing the course! What is wise is to make a list when your problems have started and what type of therapeutical approaches have been suggested and/ or followed up. Also it is rational to ask for the reason of therapy. In your case I think the reason will be “on suspicion of” Sincerely, tamtam Last edited by tamtam on Sat Oct 28, 2006 11:36 am, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Sun Oct 29, 2006 1:46 pm Low quality registration (Survey in B&W)
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by tamtam » Mon Oct 30, 2006 8:32 pm For the collection: “Dual use dilemma”
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Sim. 1979. Long-term effects of an organophosphate … Soman and sarin: Clinical manifestations and treat … Fort Detrick, MD, by Prins Maurits Laboratory, TNO, Rijswijk, the … http://www.nap.edu/books/0309100216/html/89.html Cached page N
A likely location on the premises of the Prins Maurits Laboratory near The Hague is currently being … from 1959), 4750 tonnes of R-55 (soman, produced in Volgograd until the end of … http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hsp/bulletin/cwcb23.pdf Cached page PDF file A D taking (1979), theft of nuclear materials (1980), torture (1984) and crimes … ment (South Korea) Ã TNO-Prins Maurits Laboratory (Netherlands) Ã Swedish Defence Research Establishment .. http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hsp/bulletin/cbwcb42.pdf Cached page PDF file
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by tamtam » Mon Oct 30, 2006 9:36 pm Index peer reviewed publications:
(Cyanobacteria and its toxins) http://www.safefoodonline.com/safefood/ … oxin-a.pdf
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by tamtam » Tue Oct 31, 2006 12:22 am Dual use dilemma: Any development, production, aquisition or use of biological or chemical weapons is the result of decisions and actions of individual persons, whether they are government officials, commercial suppliers, weapon experts or terrorists (….) http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hsp/bulletin/cwcb23.pdf Cached page PDF file
A D taking (1979), theft of nuclear materials (1980), torture (1984) and crimes … ment (South Korea) Ã TNO-Prins Maurits Laboratory (Netherlands) Ã Swedish Defence Research Establishment … Question: What could be the definition of life long mental and physical torture exerted by the medical establishment?
by tamtam » Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:40 am March/April 2006 The Knowledge
Biotechnology’s advance could give malefactors the ability to manipulate life processes — and even affect human behavior. By Mark Williams “That’s why I’m worried — because the system worked, and the experts were concentrated at the right places, Fort Detrick and the CDC” “”When you look at what the Russians did, those kinds of huge state programs with billions of dollars flowing into very sophisticated research carried on over decades — they’re the problem” http://www.technologyreview.com/read_ar … h&sc=&pg=1 Comprehensive article (12 pages!) about the relationship between pathogens, research and biological weapons.Last edited by tamtam on Tue Oct 31, 2006 1:05 pm, edited 2 times in total.
by tamtam » Tue Oct 31, 2006 11:48 pm Coda: A particular example is the possible similarity between scientific theory building and delusional thought. This can be understood using Bentall’s (1990) analysis of how normal and by extrapolation pathological belief systems develop. Most beliefs can be said to be established as a result of drawing inferences from some perceived data in the outside world. The belief is then normally subject to a further stage of information search in which additional data collection might refute or confirm it.According to Bentall in the deluded psychotic there can be abnormalities at one or more of these stages for example: the patient misperceives the data in the first place or forms the wrong inference. Either way, he or she gets caught in a self fulfilling cognitive loop of confirmation bias. The person only attends to select out for notice those data that corroborate and hence progressively strengthen the belief. As Chadwick (1992) observes, scientific thinking could be said to proceed in the same way! Chadwick lists a number of similarities: the thought is held with great conviction and the person can hardly ever be argued out of it.
Talking about it causes considerable emotion to be expressed, especially anger at others failure to accept the ideas proposed. There are other “paranoid” reactions like grandiosity and tenacious hold on the theory (delusion) despite evidential dis-conformation and so on. Of course there are as Chadwick admits many differences among which are the fact that the scientific hypothesis generally does have a more plausible less person centered referent in the outside world (….)
by tamtam » Wed Nov 01, 2006 10:21 am “Morgellons disease does not exist” But what exists is the presence in public space of a contagious and environmentally resistant man made human pathogen in the form of a GMO (genetically modified microorganism)
This organism can consistently be connected to the unauthorized release of a highly modified GMO and “activity by the bio defense industry. (proteome research center and battlefield lab) Nota Bene: the difference between offense and defense is rather arbitrary! The organism is most associated with a synthetic model organism to know “a model organism based on a cyanobacterium” reference:
http://www.technologyreview.com/read_ar … h&sc=&pg=1
———————————————————————————— Whatever the motivation may be of the medical and scientific establishment; “they collaborate and keep in existence a most repressive type methodology” A methodology that seems only to serve and protect vital scientific, economic and in particular military interest. “I prefer to speak about the dilligent existence of a relentless self serving and seemingly highly corrupt medical and scientific body”
Coda: Dr. Pesutic described torture as the “criminal expression of a perversion of society’s values.” The criminal and unethical behaviour of doctors involved in or colluding in torture reflects a society’s moral decline. The US bioethicist Edmund Pellegrino wrote: “Protection of the integrity of medical ethics is important for all of society. If medicine becomes, as Nazi medicine did, the handmaiden of economics, politics, or any force other than one that promotes the good of the patient, it loses its soul and becomes an instrument that justifies oppression and the violation of human rights.
Thus, whatever the cause may be of this ongoing confusion and incompetence of the medical establishment in relation to the unauthorized release of an environmentally resistant, contagious and pathogenic GMO: To contact The President’s Council on Bioethics: Mailing Address: 1801 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20006 Phone: 202-296-4669 E-mail: email@example.com
Notice: All written substantive comments addressed to the President’s Council, its chairman, or members of its staff are legally part of the public record and are made available for public inspection at the Council offices on request during regular business hours. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Nov 02, 2006 12:49 am About “That’s an honorable post” This was an excerpt/ section of a famous publication called critical thinking or critical analysis. Will seek the source and mention the authors later. I think the description fits the situation.
Remember also heliobacter pylori in 1982 and the introduction of a major (viral based) cause of prostrate cancer early this year. Such introductions are devastating for much existing interest (…) Again; my advise is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. Today the medic and scientist are like priests. But shake that honorable tree and see what will happen next. Case after case!
by tamtam » Thu Nov 02, 2006 1:55 am Only if “it” would have been signed. Sincerely,
by tamtam » Fri Nov 03, 2006 3:02 pm “That was for the government” Serguei Popov:
Early on, I was already at security level three, but there were at least four levels of security. At level one, the explanation, called “an open legend,” was that there was no biological weapons program at all. The work at the institute was completely academic and open. At level two, there was “a closed legend” explaining that there was a strictly defensive weapons program. At the third level, a particular person was provided with a description of some programs there were and what were the true purposes of these programs. But even this wasn’t the complete truth. The real truth was at level four, which I viewed only briefly much later on. I read these types of documents on only one occasion. Level number four described the purpose of specific programs and their interconnections. I read some of them, but I didn’t know the whole picture. And I believe that below level four, there was yet another level with a full description of all the bioweapons programs. That was for the government. I didn’t have that big picture. I think that Ken Alibek had that big vision. I have just fragments of that vision.
Skylink: http://www.homelandsecurity.org/newjour … nterview=3
http://www.technologyreview.com/read_ar … ch=biotech
Dual use dilemma: The US bioethicist Edmund Pellegrino wrote: “Protection of the integrity of medical ethics is important for all of society. If medicine becomes, as Nazi medicine did, the handmaiden of economics, politics, or any force other than one that promotes the good of the patient, it loses its soul and becomes an instrument that justifies oppression and the violation of human rights. Any development, production, aquisition or use of biological or chemical weapons is the result of decisions and actions of individual persons, whether they are government officials, commercial suppliers, weapon experts or terrorists (….) My advise to you is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation.
Filament production by strain CBL001
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by tamtam » Fri Nov 03, 2006 5:45 pm Remember: topical administration can only be regarded as palliative. It will never cure you of this infection.
by tamtam » Sun Nov 05, 2006 2:25 pm That no efficient therapeutic approach is possible is not established. But based on its composition (a cyanobacterium fused with at least one mayor parasitic protozoa) makes it unlikely that an easy solution will be readily available. Doubtfully sure I predict that therapy may have to include toxic compounds like amphotericin B as indicated against protothecosis and/ or highly toxic therapeutic agents as used against trypanosomes. “And now include the idea that a yet unknown percentage of the population may prove positive for this element including the very young and other risk group” Next, this synthetic agent may prove multi drug resistant or show a unique susceptibility pattern. Remember that people have tried many substances including cocktails and I think that nobody can claim to have cured from this infection although some improvement seems possible. The fact that standard laboratory tests do not yield a clue and that biopsies tend to stay free of this infectious agent is not an established standard to measure with. Per definition it would not be the first infectious agent that is very difficult to culture or to observe in tissue samples. That doctors are not willing to take care for the ones that are obviously affected may soon be matter of history and I think a correction involving more than one discipline is unavoidable. “It has happened in 1982 with heliobacter pylori (a major cause of stomach ulcer previously a condition thought not to be caused by a micro organism) Early this year a similar thing happened with findings relating to one of the most prevalent forms of cancer in the western world to know prostrate cancer (now consistently associated with a viral infection) The story is always the same; the matter is silently accepted without much explanation about its impact on the disciplines and R&D. An opportunist character definitely must rule. You can not write a paper about this infectious agent because you need consistent research findings to do so. This is primarily budget and time dependent and research also would involve a group patients. Also it is my opinion that only an Institute like CDC can do this investigation. They have the research means and the budget and are per definition responsible for the apparent lack of assessment.
“Next, I am rather convinced that it are only politics that rule against obtaining full assessment at once” Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Nov 08, 2006 4:53 pm Nobody is shocked since this matter was already one year ago mentioned. But its always interesting to be shocked once more, just to be sure. Wrong, wrong, wrong and a little right! Article is fine. Sincerely,
tamtam In support of a solution: New video footage via: Filament production by strain CBL001/ REFERENCE 000/ 001/ 002/ 003/ 004/ 005 /006 http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid … rbug&hl=en Series exclusive video footage via google video / open source / reference:
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by tamtam » Wed Nov 08, 2006 6:05 pm London, your remark is not to the point. Of course a GP can’t put you on risky last resort medication (hospital/ IV) Knowledge about this type infection has not even entered the medical arena. However, Filament formation is very very common. Paste in google: [PDF] In situ identification of nocardioform actinomycetes in activated … File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
filament exhibited no fluorescence. The borderlines of … Spheroplast formation and. plasmid isolation from Rhodococcus spp. BioTechniques 15,. 1010–1015. …
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Google also: filament formation/actinomycetes/anabaena/ calcified filament etc etc
by tamtam » Wed Nov 08, 2006 6:51 pm If you paste the link as given it yields an article (….) It is rational to ask your GP for support with itraconazole. Best would be pulse therapy combined with prolonged 200mg per day (up to six or more months) Next to topical econazole or sulconazole nitrate cream. People also report effect with total body washings with selsun (selenium sulphite) Terramycine (skin and eye cream) is also effective and can be used for the eyes although fluconazole or itraconazole drops will be more effective (but must be made from an IV solution) Again; topical administration can not do the job. Its a systemic disease. Also it is not established that this type therapy will prevent a relapse. Ask your GP for support! Sincerely,
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by tamtam » Wed Nov 08, 2006 7:45 pm Your question is not overlooked. I suggest that you send a certified letter to CDC and demand criminal investigation c.q intervention in relation to the unauthorized release of a highly modified GMO. That will be the fastest way to get hold on the matter. Next to this I advise people to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Thu Nov 09, 2006 10:46 pm Hartuk, Why do you quote this article?
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by tamtam » Thu Nov 09, 2006 11:54 pm What I know is that if they point the slit lamp to the corners of the eye they may be able to see a brownish infiltrate. Brownish infiltrates are consistent with a protothecosis like infection. What the organism does is that it attempts to replace tissue – also behind the eye. You could try to emphasize that often no organisms are found. This type condition is well known by dogs. Did you experience a sudden onset of floaters or blurred vision?
by tamtam » Fri Nov 10, 2006 12:38 am Comprehensive articles about quorum sensing as earlier mentioned; “As recently as the late ’90s, the National Institutes of Health routinely rejected Bassler’s grant applications, politely suggesting that she apply again to a different committee the following year” Another interesting way to communicate:
“These guys know self and other, friend and foe, and have been doing biological warfare for over a million years.” Wired 11.04: The Bacteria Whisperer
He assumed that quorum sensing was limited to the marine microbes he was studying. … Quorum sensing has profound implications in the war against disease. …
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The presence of a second, seemingly redundant apparatus for quorum sensing in Pseudomonas bacteria “makes us wonder if something else also is going on,” Winans said Quorum-sensing bacteria discovery
Molecular structure is solved for key protein of quorum-sensing bacteria … The work is reported by researchers at Cornell, Argonne National Laboratory and …
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by tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 1:11 pm In short: People as well in the US as the Netherlands report to be affected by a disease causing micro organism that sometimes characterizes itself by the formation of colored filaments and polymer like artifact in and on the skin. This next to a wide series diseases with mainly a chronic character.
The earliest reports as well as from the US as the Netherlands are from respectively 1979, 1980, 1989, 1991 with a major re-occurance in the US around 2000.
History of Iran: Chemical Warfare In The Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988 – 5:05am
There have been reports of chemical warfare from the Gulf War since the early months of Iraq s invasion of Iran. In November 1980, Tehran Radio was …
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History of Iran: Arming Iraq: A Chronology of U.S. Involvement The US Department of Commerce licenses 70 biological exports to Iraq between May of 1985 and … Article Chemical Warfare In The Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988 …
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by tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 1:36 pm What people suffer from is infection with a highly modified contagious and environmentally resistant cyanobacterium like micro organism (CBL) – CBL means cyano bacterial like – This agent is microcystis like in appearance in culture, hence the obvious connection with microcystin (toxic component of microcystis) Results 21 – 30 of about 209 for microcystin sarin tabun . (0.39 seconds)
[PDF] Potential Military Chemical/ Biological Agents and Compounds File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – View as HTML The principal nerve agents are Tabun (GA), Sarin (GB),. Soman (GD), and VX. … Microcystin deforms and disrupts cell membranes in the … http://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/ library/policy/army/fm/3-9/fm3-9.pdf – Similar pages Bioactive compounds from Pseudanabaena species (Cyanobacteria).
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File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat biosynthesized in the cyanobacterium Microcystis aerug-. inosa by a mixed gene cluster encoding … potent nerve gas sarin. This neurotoxin specifically and … taylorandfrancis.metapress.com/ index/W7851623L37G7555.pdf – Similar pages Chapter Abstracts: Frontiers in Marine Biotechnology Microalgae have shown a great potential to produce completely new types of bioactive compounds. In this chapter, the recent progress in the area is …
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This novel CBL has been identified and documented. For refererence video footage please visit : http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=s … rbug&hl=en
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by tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:06 pm Example of International business contacts:
Germ-warfare agents: Israeli intelligence sources have been cited for reports that anthrax had been found in hospitalized Iranians. Iranian sources have referred to Iraqi use of “microbic” and “bacteriological” weapons. Mycotoxins: A Belgian forensic toxicologist has claimed that his laboratory has found mycotoxins (T2, HT2, nivalenol and verrucarol) in addition to mustard gas in samples of blood, urine and faeces taken from Iranian gas victims hospitalized in Vienna, but this claim currently remains unverified and open to question. There are reports of similar findings from patients hospitalized in Belgium, France, FR Germany, Sweden and Switzerland, but these too still remain open to doubt, especially since, in the Swedish case, the Swedish authorities concerned have expressly repudiated the report. The UN team inspected cadavers returned to Tehran from Swedish and Austrian hospitals, but its report makes no mention of any post-mortem tissue samples having been taken for analysis. Mycotoxins were sought but not found in the chemical samples analyzed by the UN team. The search method used had a detection limit of 0.00005 per cent: i.e., capable of finding mycotoxins at loadings greater than a third of a gram per 250-lb bomb. Novel unidentified agent: There has been speculation in the press about Iraqi use of a toxic agent unknown in the West. This was excited by reports early in March from the Gzaiel sector, just to the north of Basra, of groups of Iranian corpses having been seen that were said to bear no external trace of injury–looking as though they had fallen asleep in their foxholes. Indigenous or external sources of supply? With the exceptions, maybe, of the last two of these different categories of putative Iraqi agent, sources of supply might as well be indigenous as external to Iraq, given the technology implied. Involvement of the last three categories would, in some circles, implicate the USSR as supplier, for the reason that the USSR is said, on evidence that has yet to be solidly substantiated but which has nonetheless attracted some firm believers, to have weaponized all three of them in recent years. For its part, the USSR has expressly denied supplying Iraq with toxic weapons. Reports of Soviet supply attributed to US and other intelligence sources have nonetheless recurred. The earliest predate reports of Iraqi use of chemical weapons in the Gulf War. Official Iranian commentaries, too, have pointed to the USSR as a supplier of the Iraqi weapons. These sources have also accused Brazil, France and, most conspicuously, Britain of supplying the weapons. No basis for any of these Iranian accusations has been disclosed. France, alongside Czechoslovakia and both Germanies, is reportedly also rumoured, among “foreign military and diplomatic sources” in Baghdad, to have supplied Iraq with chemical precursors needed for an indigenous production effort. Unofficial published sources have cited Egypt as a possible supplier of actual chemical weapons. In the mid-1960s, when Iraq was alleged to be using chemical weapons against insurgent Kurdish forces, Swiss and German sources of supply were reported in the Western press. http://www.iranchamber.com/history/arti … aq_war.php Index of toxic agents:
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by tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:26 pm Microcystins The microcystins are hepatotoxic products of freshwater blooms of cyanobacteria of Microcystis spp., M. aeruginosa in particular. Microcystin-LR, also known as the fast death factor, is the most common of the microcystins and presumably the toxin of choice to be weaponized. Although the aerosolized form of microcystin is the most likely threat, ingestion–even from natural sources–must be considered a significant hazard Microcystins have been implicated in the death of human dialysis patients (69). The toxic effect of microcystin administered intraperitoneally is rapid; it affects bile flow in < 10 min. Death in laboratory animals is due to hypovolemic shock caused by interstitial hemorrhage following liver necrosis (60,66). Mice administered the aerosol LD50, 67 µg/kg, died within hours (66). An ID50 of 1-10 mg (per person) for microcystin by an unspecified route of exposure has been estimated (32). A conservative drinking water NOAEL for microcystin would be 10 µg/L for soldiers consuming 15 L/day; however, the World Health Organization has adopted a drinking water standard of 1.0 µg/L total microcystins for lifetime exposure. The microcystins are all water soluble and temperature stable (61,66). Microcystin is essentially unaffected by 30 min exposure to 100 mg/L FAC (67). Iodine has no effect at 16 mg/L. Microcystin removal from water by RO is > 90%, but coagulation/flocculation was not effective (67), in agreement with earlier findings that alum flocculation, filtration, and chlorination are ineffective in the removal of cyanobacterial toxins. Vuori et al. (62) found that an individual hand-operated drinking water purifier containing carbon, ion exchange resin, and silver had no effect on microcystin concentration, although RO was completely effective. http://www.ehponline.org/members/1999/1 … -full.html
Index of toxic agents: http://www.ehponline.org/members/1999/1 … -full.html A novel CBL has been identified and documented. For refererence video footage please visit :
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by tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:35 pm June 2005, Tahlequah
Having moved to another state did little to relieve Marsh’s suffering. At one point, she went to the emergency room, her body covered in lesions. The doctor walked in and went white. Thought Marsh, “I can see fear in his eyes.” He backed up, gloved up and masked up before returning. Through shakes and sweat, he told her, “I used to be a VA doctor. I saw this every day with Gulf War victims.” My advise to you is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:43 pm Dr. Gould said, “because you’re modifying an organism to be resistant to antibiotics and therefore increasing its capability to be a weapon.” Nadas link of today; http://www.rise4news.net/ramp.html
by tamtam » Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:43 pm “The Convention allows defensive biological work, such as the development of vaccines. However, the line between defensive and offensive work is very thin; in order to make a vaccine or an antidote, one must first learn how a pathogen works, and that information could be put to offensive use”
The spread of human, animal or crop disease can be made to look like an “act of God” with no one able to trace the perpetrator(s) Nadas link of today:
by tamtam » Sat Nov 18, 2006 1:23 am Important article: Microcystis in connection to mammal: [PDF] Causative Agent of Rhinosporidiosis
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat We have isolated a prokaryotic cyanobacterium, a Microcystis … regulation and molecular aspects of muscle, liver, pancreas, connective tissue … jcm.asm.org/cgi/reprint/39/1/413.pdf – Similar pages http://jcm.asm.org/cgi/content/full/39/1/413
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by tamtam » Sat Nov 18, 2006 12:04 pm Among the believers About the testimony of Dr. Greg Smith. Dr. Smith forgets to mention that he sticks out his professional neck – only – because he has to acknowledge that he has been contaminated. It is unlikely he would do so if – only – his patients were with this infection. Again I like to emphasize that it is necessary to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. Indeed this environmentally resistant man made human pathogen has distribute itself but its not the first time that a release has occurred. “Through statistic and information provided by select agent specialists they must have known about the risks and what it would mean in terms of a steady flow of cases and its subsequent effect on R&D over an X number of years” Again I like to emphasize that it is necessary to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. What also for the US can be objectified is that all concerns the unauthorized release of a highly modified and pathogenic micro organism (GMO)
This micro organism may prove to be multi drug resistant (MDR) And that it is most rational and justified that the public demands criminal investigation to determine its provenance. Again I like to emphasize that it is necessary to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation. Sincerely, tamtam
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by tamtam » Tue Nov 21, 2006 10:31 pm Interesting remark in that reference: “Laying down blankets of insecticides over cities does not appear to have a bright future. And only 50 years after penicillin seemed a cure–all, the efficacy of nearly all of the roughly 150 antibiotics in the doctor’s satchel is waning. If the arsenal for disease
prevention continues emptying, the decision will become more focused: how do we weigh the fear of knowingly disrupting our own natural habitat with transgenics versus the fear of taking no action in face of a new epidemic?” Jack Hitt, The New York Times Magazine May 6, 2001 http://pewagbiotech.org/events/0920/bios/durvasula.pdf
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by tamtam » Wed Nov 22, 2006 12:41 pm “What! Another of those damned, fat, square, thick books!” an exasperated Duke of Gloucester is supposed to have said to Edward Gibbon upon being presented Volume 2 of “The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.” “Always scribble, scribble, scribble, eh, Mr. Gibbon!”
by tamtam » Fri Nov 24, 2006 3:52 pm Why not classify a GMO? R. Seeberi maybe indeed, but not the old one! Classification will cause debate.Last edited by tamtam on Fri Nov 24, 2006 4:06 pm, edited 2 times in total.
by tamtam » Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:37 pm
The class mesomycetozoea: a heterogeneous group of microorganisms at the animal-fungal boundary; Mendoza L et al.; When the enigmatic fish pathogen, the rosette agent, was first found to be closely related to the choanoflagellates, no one anticipated finding a new group of organisms . Subsequently, a new group of microorganisms at the boundary between animals and fungi was reported . Several microbes with similar phylogenetic backgrounds were soon added to the group . Interestingly, these microbes had been considered to be fungi or protists . This novel phylogenetic group has been referred to as the DRIP clade (an acronym of the original members: Dermocystidium, rosette agent, Ichthyophonus, and Psorospermium), as the class Ichthyosporea, and more recently as the class Mesomycetozoea . Two orders have been described in the mesomycetozoeans: the Dermocystida and the Ichthyophonida . So far, all members in the order Dermocystida have been pathogens either of fish (Dermocystidium spp . and the rosette agent) or of mammals and birds (Rhinosporidium seeberi), and most produce uniflagellated zoospores . Fish pathogens also are found in the order Ichthyophonida, but so are saprotrophic microbes . The Ichthyophonida species do not produce flagellated cells, but many produce amoeba-like cells . This review provides descriptions of the genera that comprise the class Mesomycetozoea and highlights their morphological features, pathogenic roles, and phylogenetic relationships.
J Mol Biol, 2002 Aug 23, 321(4), 621 – 36 Crystal structures of the reaction intermediate and its homologue of an extradiol-cleaving catecholic dioxygenase; Sato N et al.; BphC derived from Pseudomonas sp . strain KKS102 is an extradiol-cleaving catecholic dioxygenase . This enzyme contains a non-heme iron atom and plays an important role in degrading biphenyl/polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in the microbe . To elucidate detailed structures of BphC reaction intermediates, crystal structures of the substrate-free form, the BphC-substrate complex, and the BphC-substrate-NO (nitric oxide) complex were determined . These crystal structures revealed (1) the binding site of the O(2) molecule in the coordination sphere and (2) conformational changes of His194 during the catalytic reaction . On the basis of these findings, we propose a catalytic mechanism for the extradiol-cleaving catecholic dioxygenase in which His194 seems to play three distinct roles . At the early stage of the catalytic reaction, His194 appears to act as a catalytic base, which likely deprotonates the hydroxyl group of the substrate . At the next stage, the protonated His194 seems to stabilize a negative charge on the O2 molecule located in the hydrophobic O2-binding cavity . Finally, protonated His194 seems to function as a proton donor, whose existence has been proposed.
Nat Genet, 2002 Nov, 32(3), 402 – 7 Epub 2002 Sep 03.
Genome sequence of the endocellular obligate symbiont of tsetse flies, Wigglesworthia glossinidia; Akman L et al.; Many insects that rely on a single food source throughout their developmental cycle harbor beneficial microbes that provide nutrients absent from their restricted diet . Tsetse flies, the vectors of African trypanosomes, feed exclusively on blood and rely on one such intracellular microbe for nutritional provisioning and fecundity . As a result of co-evolution with hosts over millions of years, these mutualists have lost the ability to survive outside the sheltered environment of their host insect cells . We present the complete annotated genome of Wigglesworthia glossinidia brevipalpis, which is composed of one chromosome of 697,724 base pairs (bp) and one small plasmid, called pWig1, of 5,200 bp . Genes involved in the biosynthesis of vitamin metabolites, apparently essential for host nutrition and fecundity, have been retained . Unexpectedly, this obligate’s genome bears hallmarks of both parasitic and free-living microbes, and the gene encoding the important regulatory protein DnaA is absent.
Trends Biochem Sci . 2002 Sep;27(9):467.
Polyunsaturated fatty acid synthesis: what will they think of next?
Wallis JG, Watts JL, Browse J.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids have crucial roles in membrane biology and signaling processes in most living organisms . However, it is only recently that molecular genetic approaches have allowed detailed studies of the enzymes involved in their synthesis . New evidence has revealed a range of pathways in different organisms . These include a complex sequence for synthesis of docosahexaenoic acid (22:6) in mammals and a polyketide synthase pathway in marine microbes. man…. too much … need some help data mining here…. http://www.bionewsonline.com/h/1/microbes_c.htm -nadas
by tamtam » Mon Nov 27, 2006 1:49 pm Nota Bene: consider to introduce the expression ” like” hence: R. Seeberi like, and/ or L. Loboi like, united in the term cyano bacterial like (CBL)
Register free by Medscape: “including those that are novel or uncultivated” Dr. Fredricks is a research associate in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Stanford University. He studies the use of nucleic acid sequences to detect and identify microbial pathogens, including those that are novel or uncultivated. Address for correspondence: David N. Fredricks, Veterans Affairs, Palo Alto Health Care System, 154-T, 3801 Miranda Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA; fax: 650-852-3291; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Why did previous investigators not find well-defined mitochondria? I am convinced that these mitochondria (7) are from human cells” We have isolated a prokaryotic cyanobacterium, a Microcystis … regulation and molecular aspects of muscle, liver, pancreas, connective tissue … jcm.asm.org/cgi/reprint/39/1/413.pdf – Similar pages
Karvita B. Ahluwalia
Cell Biology and EM Section
Department of Biophysics
All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Read also: “The diagnosis of these rare infections is based largely on detection of characteristic structures observed on histopathologic examination of tissue”
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Again I like to advise that it is important that people unite, create a legal base and seek litigation. In support of a solution: filament production by strain CBL001 Problem with streaming? Move cursor of video player! Cell make up:
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Series exclusive video footage via google video / open source / reference: 000/ 001/ 002/ 003/ 004/ 005 /006
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by tamtam » Mon Nov 27, 2006 3:26 pm No data exists on the activity of biocides (antiseptics and disinfectants) on Rhinosporidium seeberi that causes rhinosporidiosis in humans and animals. On account of the inability to culture R. seeberi, in vitro, dyes were used to assess the morphological integrity and viability of biocide-treated endospores that are considered to be the infective stage of this pathogen. Evan’s Blue (EvB) identifies the morphological integrity of the endospores while MTT (3-[4, 5-dimethylthiazol-2yl]-2, 5-diphenyl tetrazolium bromide) identifies metabolic activity through its reduction by cellular dehydrogenases to microscopically visible deposits of insoluble formazan. MTT-negativity has earlier been shown to correlate with absence of growth of yeast and mycelial fungi in culture and could thus indicate the loss of viability of MTT-negative rhinosporidial endospores. Hydrogen peroxide, glutaraldehyde, chloroxylenol, chlorhexidine, cetrimide, thimerosal, 70% ethanol, iodine in 70% ethanol, 10% formalin, povidone-iodine, sodium azide and silver nitrate were tested on freshly-harvested endospores and all biocides caused metabolic inactivation with or without altered structural integrity as shown by absence of MTT-staining after 3, 24 or 36 hour after exposure, while EvB stained only the endospores treated with sodium azide, ethanol, thimerosal, chloroxylenol, glutaraldehyde and hydrogen peroxide. With clinically useful biocides – chlorhexidine, cetrimide-chlorhexidine, 70% ethanol, povidone-iodine and silver nitrate, a total period of exposure of endospores to the biocide, for seven minutes, produced metabolic inactivation of the endospores. Anti-rhinosporidial antiseptics that could be used in surgery on rhinosporidial patients include povidone-iodine in nasal packs for nasal and naso-pharyngeal surgery, chlorhexidine and cetrimide-chlorhexidine on the skin, while povidone-iodine and silver nitrate could have application in ocular rhinosporidiosis. http://www.pjms.com.pk/issues/octdec05/ … port5.html http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer … d=16687856 =nadas
by tamtam » Sun Dec 03, 2006 5:14 pm try google: cyanobacterium nanostructures
Nota Bene: nano is about scale, everything is nano and beyond; better to speak about matter and informed matter. “Goals The overall goal of this thrust is to understand how genetic, biochemical, and environmental factors control the shapes and fine features of silica structures in diatoms, and to learn to specifically modify these structures for applications in nanotechnology” 01 These changes manifest as alterations in silica nanostructure in the frustule. … in genome analysis of a motile marine Synechococcus cyanobacterium. … http://www.gems.gatech.edu/Research/01/01.html – 15k – Cached – Similar pages Last edited by tamtam on Sun Dec 03, 2006 5:26 pm, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Thu Dec 07, 2006 12:16 pm The unique structure of the human eye as well as exposure of the eye directly to the environment renders it vulnerable to a number of uncommon infectious diseases caused by fungi and parasites. Host defenses directed against these microorganisms, once anatomical barriers are breached, are often insufficient to prevent loss of vision. Therefore, the timely identification and treatment of the involved microorganisms are paramount. The anatomy of the eye and its surrounding structures is presented with an emphasis upon the association of the anatomy with specific infection of fungi and parasites. For example, filamentous fungal infections of the eye are usually due to penetrating trauma by objects contaminated by vegetable matter of the cornea or globe or, by extension, of infection from adjacent paranasal sinuses. Fungal endophthalmitis and chorioretinitis, on the other hand, are usually the result of antecedent fungemia seeding the ocular tissue. Candida spp. are the most common cause of endogenous endophthalmitis, although initial infection with the dimorphic fungi may lead to infection and scarring of the chorioretina. Contact lens wear is associated with keratitis caused by yeasts, filamentous fungi, and Acanthamoebae spp. Most parasitic infections of the eye, however, arise following bloodborne carriage of the microorganism to the eye or adjacent structures.
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … &tools=bot Compare to: Acta Derm Venereol, 1983, 63(5), 388 – 92 Growth and filament production of Pityrosporum orbiculare and P . ovale on human stratum corneum in vitro; Faergemann J et al.; When Pityrosporum orbiculare and P . ovale were incubated with stratum corneum epithelial cells, suspended in phosphate-buffered saline for 90 min at 37 degrees C, short filaments were produced in 11-17.5% of the yeast cells . A successful culture of P . orbiculare and P . ovale on human stratum corneum in vitro is described . When the stratum corneum pieces were incubated for 5 days in an environment with 7% CO2, a picture resembling that seen microscopically in tinea versicolor was observed . Filaments were produced in 39-48% of P . orbiculare and P . ovale cells; the longest pseudohyphae, 40-60 microns, were produced by P . ovale . This culture method provides the possibility of studying the parasitic mycelium form of P . orbiculare and P . ovale in vitro . The influence of antimycotics, other drugs, and interaction with other microorganisms can be studied. Sincerely, tamtam Last edited by tamtam on Thu Dec 07, 2006 12:21 pm, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Mon Dec 11, 2006 2:47 pm Codon Blue wrote: “I suggest that the implications here are staggering, please somebody tell me that I am wrong about this”
You think about a petrified replica of an entity? Last edited by tamtam on Mon Dec 11, 2006 3:03 pm, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Mon Dec 11, 2006 3:32 pm Remember that it would concern a highly modified R. Seeberi and only if this highly modified R. Seeberi like micro organism consistently can be linked to microcystis
by tamtam » Mon Dec 11, 2006 3:34 pm The report of Levy et al that the organism from canine nasal rhinosporidiosis grew in cultures of human rectal epithelioid cells with the formation of polyps has had no independent confirmation. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases – Fulltext: Volume 18(2 …Rhinosporidiosis may be regarded as an ’emerging infective disease’ in … Refutations of the Microcystis hypothesis were made in 2000  and 2001 . … http://www.co-infectiousdiseases.com/pt/re/coinfdis/ fulltext.00001432-200504000-00006.htm;jsessionid=FcVSn9W4QB2… – Similar pages Rhinosporidiosis: what is the cause?. Skin and soft tissue infections Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases. 18(2):113-118, April 2005. Arseculeratne, Sarath Nanda Abstract: ?Purpose of review: Significant advances in knowledge on rhinosporidiosis and Rhinosporidium seeberi were made in 1999, 2000, 2003 and 2004. These advances are reviewed on account of the continuing sporadic occurrence of the disease universally, and because of the availability of new approaches that could resolve persisting enigmas of both the disease and its causative pathogen. Recent findings: R. seeberi, the pathogen that causes rhinosporidiosis, has been definitively classified using molecular biological tools in a new clade – the Mesomycetozoea, along with 10 parasitic and saprobic microbes. The controversial spherical bodies of the endospores have been shown to comprise both lipid/protein nutritive bodies and other spherical bodies that are metabolizing units that reduce MTT (3-[4,5-dimethyl-2-thiazolyl]-2,5-diphenyl-2H-tetrazolium bromide). This indicates the viability of these spherical bodies, provisionally identified as the electron dense bodies that have also been shown to contain nucleic acids. MTT reduction as an indicator of viability has been used to determine the sensitivity of rhinosporidial endospores to biocides, antimicrobial drugs, and to specific antibodies. Genetic heterogeneity has been identified in strains from humans and animals. Cell-mediated and humoral immune responses have been demonstrated in human patients and in mice. Several mechanisms of immune evasion by R. seeberi have been identified.
Summary: These findings are applicable in both clinical and laboratory practice, while the basic advances have implications in further work on experimental pathogenicity, the biology of R. seeberi, and on the epidemiology and pathogenesis of rhinosporidiosis.
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by tamtam » Mon Dec 11, 2006 3:50 pm Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source | Full text … Many experimental models have utilised either in vitro studies of isolated cell lines or animal and human studies where LPS is exposed to the circulation by … http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:nG … =clnk&cd=3
by tamtam » Tue Dec 12, 2006 2:35 am Important article: Cyanobacterial lipopolysaccharide/s (LPS) are frequently cited in the cyanobacteria literature as toxins responsible for a variety of health effects in humans, from skin rashes to gastrointestinal, respiratory and allergic reactions. The study of LPS, which was largely concerned with investigating fever, progressed in the late 1940s with the discovery of endogenous pyrogens . Since then, the field of cytokine biology has made enormous strides. It is now understood that the pathological effects of LPS are indirect, i.e. LPS acts by initiating a cascade of host-mediated responses “The reason that cyanobacterial LPS has not been discussed here is simply that the required research has not been done” http://220.127.116.11/search?q=cache:nG … =clnk&cd=3
by tamtam » Thu Dec 21, 2006 3:17 pm Bacterial quorum sensing (QS) pathways allow bacteria to sense their cell density and respond by coordinating protein expression. Thus bacteria communicate and can coordinate their efforts in diverse activities such as building biofilms, transferring DNA, or causing infections. QS has forced microbiologists to view bacteria not as single entities but as interactive and heterogeneous communities that must be studied within this context. This interactivity and communication extends beyond microbes at prokaryote-eukaryote interfaces such as the host-pathogen relationship. Thus, much of what we are learning may extend beyond the microbial world. http://www.the-scientist.com/article/display/14927/ A Maggie Mae find as earlier quoted
by tamtam » Mon Dec 25, 2006 8:43 pm Video link as given by al:
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by tamtam » Mon Dec 25, 2006 9:31 pm Bloom of Filamentous Bacteria in a Mesotrophic Lake: Identity and Potential Controlling Mechanism
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Mineralogical footprints of microbial life — Douglas 305 (68 …
Cyanobacteria interact actively with a polymerizing silica solution, … studied the actual mechanism of silica biomineralization with Calothrix for neutral …
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by tamtam » Mon Jan 01, 2007 2:34 pm Lacazia loboi and Rhinosporidium seeberi: a genomic perspective Mendoza, L.; Vilela, R.; Rosa, P. S.; Belone, A. F. F. 2005
Revista Iberoamericana de Micologia 22(4): 213-216 In the past five years, with the use of molecular strategies the phylogenetic affinities of the two more resilient pathogens studied in medical mycology, Lacazia loboi and Rhinosporidium seeberi were finally deciphered. These studies found that L. loboi was the sister taxon to Paracoccidioides brasiliensis, and R. seeberi was closely related to protistan spherical aquatic fish pathogens, located at the point were animals diverged from the fungi, in the class Mesomycetozoea. These initial studies indicated that a molecular strategy was the ideal approach to further understand these anomalous pathogens. However, the limited amount of information gathered so far from few DNA sequences, although crucial to place these organisms in the tree of life and to take a glance to their ecological preferences, did not provide answers to other important traits. In the following pages we discuss a genomic perspective for both pathogens and the benefit that such information could generate to understand more about these two uncultivated pathogens. Perhaps the most significant finding revealed by the DNA data was the recent report of host specific strains in the genus R h i n o s p o r i d i u m . This study suggested that R. seeberi is not a monotypic genus but constituted of multiple strains (species?) closely related to their hosts….http://18.104.22.168/search?q=cache:Jc … =clnk&cd=1
by tamtam » Mon Jan 01, 2007 6:18 pm PRELIMINARY REMARK: In June 1985 the Subcommittee on the taxonomic of Phototrophic Bacteria proposed that names of cyanobacteria described and validly published as blue-green algae under the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature are recognized as having been published under the Bacteriological Code (1990 Revision) . In September 1986, the Judicial Commission agreed unanimously to recommend the following to the ICSB (now ICSP): those names of taxa of Cyanobacteria and Cyanophyta that are valid under the Botanical Code be considered valid under the Bacteriological Code for the purpose of preparing an acceptance list comparable to the Approved Lists of Bacterial Names . However, “Declarations of intent” by the Judicial Commission were not taken up by the ICSB (now ICSP). ?In 2003, the “Subcommitteee on the taxonomy of phototrophic bacteria”  proposed the preparation of a list of approved names of cyanobateria under the Bacteriological Code and a small committee was appointed to prepare such a list. However, such a list is not yet available. Consequently, names of cyanobacteria described and validly published as blue-green algae under the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature have no standing in bacterial nomenclature, unless they are again described under the Rules of the Bacteriological Code (1990 revision).
A proposal for the unification of five species of the cyanobacterial genus Microcystis Kutzing ex Lemmermann 1907 under the Rules of the Bacteriological Code
S Otsuka, S Suda, S Shibata, H Oyaizu, S Matsumoto and MM Watanabe ?Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8657, Japan
Genomic DNA homologies were examined from six Microcystis (cyanobacteria) strains, including five different species, Microcystis aeruginosa, Microcystis ichthyoblabe, Microcystis novacekii, Microcystis viridis and Microcystis wesenbergii. All DNA–DNA reassociation values between two strains of M. aeruginosa and the other four species exceeded 70%, which is considered high enough for them to be classified within the same bacterial species. It is proposed to unify these five species into M. aeruginosa under the Rules of the Bacteriological Code and NIES843(T) (=IAM M-247(T)) is proposed as the type strain. Two other species, Microcystis flos-aquae and Microcystis pseudofilamentosa, should be regarded as morphological variations of this unified M. aeruginosa. The current taxonomy of cyanobacteria depends too much upon morphological characteristics and must be reviewed by means of bacteriological methods as well as traditional botanical methods.
The authors of the sections on the cyanobacteria in Bergey’s Manual admit that the proposed classification is a temporary one that will undoubtedly require modification in the future. They state that many generic names used in the past (e.g. Synechococcus, Leptolyngbya, Pseudanabaena) will eventually have to be split into several new genera (Castenholz, 2001). This is especially true if molecular phylogenetic analyses based on sequence comparison of 16S rRNA and other relevant genes are used as the basis of taxonomy and nomenclature. Members of the orders Chroococcales, Pleurocapsales and Oscillatoriales do not form coherent phylogenetic lineages but instead are dispersed throughout the phylogenetic tree (Wilmotte, 1994; Wilmotte & Herdman, 2001). http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/full/54/5/1895
by tamtam » Wed Jan 03, 2007 2:56 am Observation in the field: En toda caso, solo dos hongos de importancia medica, Phythium insidiosum y Rhinosporidium seeberi se encuantran en el primero de ellos, aunque es possible que el alga Prototheca wickerhamii, responsable de esporadicos casos de infeccion subcutanea, terminetambien por incluirse en este grupo. http://hera.ugr.es/tesisugr/16164982.pdf
“The diagnosis of these rare infections is based largely on detection of characteristic structures observed on histopathologic examination of tissue”
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … id=1081399
Search query via google with: Prototheca wickerhamii + synechocystis Nota Bene:
(microcystis = synechocystis = synechococcus = prochlorococcus) Phylogeny Reference: MITOCHONDRIAL GENES IN THE COLORLESS ALGA PROTOTHECA-WICKERHAMII RESEMBLE PLANT GENES IN THEIR EXONS BUT FUNGAL GENES IN THEIR INTRONS.
WOLFF, G; BURGER, G; LANG, BF; KUCK, U. 1993. MITOCHONDRIAL GENES IN THE COLORLESS ALGA PROTOTHECA-WICKERHAMII RESEMBLE PLANT GENES IN THEIR EXONS BUT FUNGAL GENES IN THEIR INTRONS. NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH 21: 719-726.
A total of 29 recurring sequence motifs (30 to 200 nt long) have been found in intergenic regions. Nine different types of motifs are present, most of them arranged as tandem repeats. These motifs may be implicated in transcription, e.g. as signals for initiation, termination and/or processing. Phylogenetic analysis on the basis of the cox1 gene strongly suggested that P. wickerhamii and plant mitochondrial genomes are monophyletic. The finding of plant-specific mitochondrial genes such as orf25, orf244, orfB and rrn5 in P. wickerhamii mitochondria corroborates this idea.
http://www.mitochondrial.net/showabstra … id=8133522
by tamtam » Thu Jan 04, 2007 2:45 pm Its all about infection with a very difficult to culture and highly modified micro organism.Last edited by tamtam on Thu Jan 04, 2007 2:48 pm, edited 2 times in total.
by tamtam » Thu Jan 04, 2007 2:46 pm Excerpt from this important article:Confidence in predicting significantly more algal species than are recognized now is based upon the annual rate of new species descriptions, the large geographical areas that to date have been only poorly explored phycologically, and the morphological similarity that frequently masks genetic diversity, notably among coccoid picoplankton (373)
Even the most cursory glance at the literature illustrates the pace and range of new microorganism discovery: completely novel bacteria being found in such commonplace environments as activated sludge (7, 178, 347), caves (191), and the human gut (430); novel rickettsial endosymbionts in common soil and water amebae (145); and high bacterial and genetic diversity in deep-sea sediments (79, 80, 290, 382). However, this brief survey also raises several general issues of importance for the biotechnology search activity.
“Such revisions are evident not only at lower taxonomic levels but also at division (e.g., pseudomonads ) and order (e.g., Chlamydiales [121, 398]) levels. Gene sequencing studies can also be used to resolve the phylogenetic position of so-called enigmatic organisms. In recent years the putative protozoan Epulopiscium fishelsoni has been proved to be an unusually large bacterium (13), the putative alga Prototheca richardsi has been demonstrated to be a member of a newly recognized clade near the animal-fungal divergence point (24), and microsporidia appear to be related to fungi rather than being early-diverging
Several authors have commented recently on the use—or misuse—of rDNA sequence data as the sole descriptor for establishing a taxon (336) or for suggesting that a single molecular marker can serve to reveal phylogenetic relationships of bacteria (162).eukaryotes (213)”
i.e., the ratio of known metabolites to species richness of a particular taxon (112); (iii) focus on novel and neglected taxa, examples of which are evident in the previous section of this review; (iv) highlight isolates from unusual or little-explored ecosystems, e.g., mycoparasites (485); and (v) match the target with members of previously unscreened but known taxa, e.g., the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-inactivating protein cyanovirin-N as a result of screening cyanobacteria (49, 50).
One prerequisite to natural-product discovery that remains paramount is the range and novelty of molecular diversity. This diversity surpasses that of combinatorial chemical libraries and consequently provides unique lead compounds for drug and other developments. Newly discovered bioactive products do not usually become drugs per se (345, 449) but may enter a chemical transformation program in which the bioactivity and pharmacodynamic properties are modified to suit particular therapeutic needs. Several reviews are available that detail important recent developments in this field (75, 212, 271).
There is a strong view that biopharmaceutin leads are more likely to be detected in cell function assays than in in vitro assays (210). In this context, construction of surrogate host cells for in vivo drug screening is an interesting development. For example, the ability of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to express heterologous proteins makes it an attractive option; its use in screens based on substitution assays, differential expression assays, and transactivation assays is proving to be an effective route to drug discovery. The procedures involved and the future for S. cerevisiae as a tool for targeted screening have been discussed recently by Munder and Hinnen (334).
The Paradigm Shift “typical of any new technology: a slow initial phase followed by a period of rapid growth (selectively in biotechnology, where it has occurred predominantly in the health care sector) and entry into a mature phase of consolidation and penetration. Thus, biotechnology currently can be defined as a robust, reliable, and relatively low risk technology (current debates on genetically modified organisms notwithstanding) and capable of being implemented on a large scale and across the full range of industrial sectors”
Search and Discovery Strategies for Biotechnology: the Paradigm Shift
All the available evidence points to natural-product discovery continuing strongly and accelerating as a consequence of new search strategies and innovative …
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by tamtam » Thu Jan 04, 2007 3:10 pm Related article: (Prototheca/ DRIP clade)
“Unassigned” Prototheca richardsi, a pathogen of anuran larvae, is related to a clade of protistan parasites near the animal–fungal divergence
http://mic.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/ … 145/7/1777
“The two Dermocystidium species resemble Rhinosporidium
seeberi (as described by light microscope), a member of the nearest relative genus, but differ in that in R. seeberi plasmodia have thousands
of nuclei discernible, endospores are discharged through a pore in the wall of the sporangium, and zoospores have not been revealed”
Phylogenetic Position and Ultrastructure of Two Dermocystidium …
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the Dermocystidium-Rhinosporidium clade within Ichthyosporea, D. fennicum as a specific sister … Ichthyosporea (see references to description of different …
http://www.nencki.gov.pl/pdf/ap/ap718.pdf – Similar pages
(Mesomycetozoean = Ichthyosporea) Taken together, these characteristics clearly distinguish it from the closely related genera Dermocystidium and Rhinosporidium.
Observations on the Life Stages of Sphaerothecum destruens n. g., n. sp., a Mesomycetozoean Fish Pathogen Formally Referred to as the Rosette Agent
http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/ab … .tb00269.x
by tamtam » Fri Jan 05, 2007 3:13 pm Alternative formulation: Rhinosporidosis LIKE
(“rhinosporidosis” understood as caused by infection with microcystis) Causative Agent of Rhinosporidiosis File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat We have isolated a prokaryotic cyanobacterium, a Microcystis … regulation and molecular aspects of muscle, liver, pancreas, connective tissue … jcm.asm.org/cgi/reprint/39/1/413.pdf – Similar pages
http://jcm.asm.org/cgi/content/full/39/1/413 A proposal for the unification of five species of the cyanobacterial genus Microcystis Kutzing ex Lemmermann 1907 under the Rules of the Bacteriological Code S Otsuka, S Suda, S Shibata, H Oyaizu, S Matsumoto and MM Watanabe ?Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8657, Japan
Genomic DNA homologies were examined from six Microcystis (cyanobacteria) strains, including five different species, Microcystis aeruginosa, Microcystis ichthyoblabe, Microcystis novacekii, Microcystis viridis and Microcystis wesenbergii. All DNA–DNA reassociation values between two strains of M. aeruginosa and the other four species exceeded 70%, which is considered high enough for them to be classified within the same bacterial species. It is proposed to unify these five species into M. aeruginosa under the Rules of the Bacteriological Code and NIES843(T) (=IAM M-247(T)) is proposed as the type strain. Two other species, Microcystis flos-aquae and Microcystis pseudofilamentosa, should be regarded as morphological variations of this unified M. aeruginosa. The current taxonomy of cyanobacteria depends too much upon morphological characteristics and must be reviewed by means of bacteriological methods as well as traditional botanical methods.
http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/ … t/51/3/873
The authors of the sections on the cyanobacteria in Bergey’s Manual admit that the proposed classification is a temporary one that will undoubtedly require modification in the future. They state that many generic names used in the past (e.g. Synechococcus, Leptolyngbya, Pseudanabaena) will eventually have to be split into several new genera (Castenholz, 2001). This is especially true if molecular phylogenetic analyses based on sequence comparison of 16S rRNA and other relevant genes are used as the basis of taxonomy and nomenclature. Members of the orders Chroococcales, Pleurocapsales and Oscillatoriales do not form coherent phylogenetic lineages but instead are dispersed throughout the phylogenetic tree (Wilmotte, 1994; Wilmotte & Herdman, 2001). http://ijs.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/full/54/5/1895 S10.03 Rhinosporidium, is it still a fungus?
R.A. Herr, L. Mendoza, L. Ajello
Medical College of Ohio, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Toledo,
The etiological agent of rhinosporidiosis, Rhinosporidium seeberi, was first described
by Malbran in 1892. Since this first observation, over a century has passed and the
taxonomy of this enigmatic organism remains controversial. Previous investigators
have provisionally classified R. seeberi as a protist, phycomycete, and an ascomy-
cetous fungus. These historical attempts to establish the taxonomic position of R.
seeberi have been solely based on light and electron-microscopic observations of the
pathogen within infected host tissues. Intractability to culture, lack of an animal model
of infection, and an unknown ecological niche have all contributed to the difficulties in
classification of R. seeberi.Recently, several investigators have employed molecular
phylogenetic analysis to reveal the taxonomic affinities of R. seeberi.The first of these
studies Herr et al. (1999), found that the sequence of the 18S SSU rDNA of R. seeberi
from two Sri Lankan patients with rhinosporidiosis clustered with a recently discover-
ed group of fish parasites. This study was later corroborated independently by Frede-
ricks et al. (2000), whose 18S SSU rDNA sequence from a dog with rhinosporidiosis
proved to be identical to that of the human isolates sequenced by Herr et al. Most
recently, the 18S SSU rDNA sequence of R. seeberi from a swan with conjunctival
rhinosporidiosis was also found to be identical to those previously published. These
molecular data all placed R. seeberi within the DRIP clade (DRIP: Dermocystidium,
rosette agent, Ichthyophonus, and Psorospermium) Ragan et al. (1996). The DRIP
clade, renamed as the class Ichthyosporea, by Cavalier-Smith (1998) and more
recently as the class Mesomycetozoea by Mendoza et al. (2002) is comprised of
organisms at the most basal branch of the animal-fungal divergence. R. seeberi has
several features in common with other mesomycetozoeans: (a) it was previously
classified as a fungus or a different type of protozoan; (b) it is associated with aquatic
environments; (c) it produces spherical structures containing several daughter cells
(endospores); and (d) R. seeberi and some other mesomycetozoeans are intractable
to culture. In spite of these similarities, R. seeberi differs from the other mesomyceto-
zoeans in that it is the only member known to cause disease in mammals and birds.
Cavalier-Smith, T. 1998. A revised six-kingdom system of life. Biol. Rev. Camb.
Philos. Soc. 73: 203-266.
Fredricks, D. N. et al. 2000. Rhinosporidium seeberi: a human pathogen from a
novel group of aquatic protistan parasites. Emerg. Infect. Dis. 6:273-282.
Herr, R. A. et al. 1999. Phylogenetic analysis of Rhinosporidium seeberi’s 18S
small-subunit ribosomal DNA groups this pathogen among members of the
protoctistan Mesomycetozoa clade. J. Clin. Microbiol. 37:2750-2754.
Mendoza, L., et al. 2002. The class mesomycetozoea: a heterogeneous group of
microorganisms at the animal-fungal boundary. Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 56:315-344.
Ragan, M. A., et al. 1996. A novel clade of protistan parasites near the animal-
fungal divergence. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 93:11907-11912.
by tamtam » Sat Jan 06, 2007 2:24 am The Dutch in relation to EU refererence laboratory EARSS Annual Report 2005 The European Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance System (EARSS), funded by DG SANCO of the European Commission, is an international network of national surveillance systems which collects comparable and validated antimicrobial susceptibility data for public health action. EARSS performs continuous surveillance of antimicrobial susceptibility for seven major bacterial
pathogens Streptococcus pneumoniae, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecalis, Enterococcus faecium, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Pseudomonas aeruginosa causing invasive infections and monitors variations of antimicrobial resistance over time and place. In December 2005, over 900 microbiological laboratories serving some 1400 hospitals from 32 countries had provided susceptibility data of almost 400,000 invasive isolates. An interactive website is available at http://www.rivm.nl/earss, where up-to-date details can be found on
country-specific resistance levels for important groups of antibiotics.
Period of data collection: January 1999 – December 2005 This document was prepared by the EARSS Management Team, members of the Advisory Board, and national representatives of EARSS, Bilthoven, The Netherlands, October 2006. ISBN-10: 90-6960-159-1 ISBN-13: 978-90-6960-159-5
http://www.rivm.nl/earss/Images/EARSS%2 … -34899.pdf
?RIVM?European Union Reference Laboratory?P.O. Box 1?NL-3720 BA Bilthoven?The Netherlands Following the official launch of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control on the 27 September the inaugural meeting of the ECDC’s Management Board was held on the 28 September. At this meeting Dr. Marc Sprenger, Director-General of the National Institute for Health and Environment (RIVM) in the Netherlands, was appointed as Chairman of the ECDC’s Management Board with Dr. Meni Malliori, Assistant Professor in Psychiatry at the University of Athens and a former Member of the European Parliament, elected as Deputy Chair.
by tamtam » Sat Jan 06, 2007 4:55 am For the sceptic: The article about this highly contaminated area mentions that in a row of four seperate houses all four inhabitants have cancer. The housing complexes were put down after extensive bioremediation.
Today they have a major problem going on with a huge lake that they can not bring under control. Its far down the rivers and called Volkerak (microcystis/ eutrophication)
by tamtam » Sat Jan 06, 2007 5:02 am A little problem they can not solve so easily:
http://www.science.uva.nl/ibed/amb/proj … index.html
by tamtam » Tue Jan 09, 2007 4:51 am Dual use dilemma: Any development, production, aquisition or use of biological or chemical weapons is the result of decisions and actions of individual persons, whether they are government officials, commercial suppliers, weapon experts or terrorists (….) http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hsp/bulletin/cwcb23.pdf Cached page PDF file
Repeat post: For the collection esoteric sound samples: Researchers Listen to Yeast Cells Sounds May Be of Tiny ‘Molecular Motors’ Hard at Work
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/stor … Id=3859762
by tamtam » Tue Jan 09, 2007 2:49 pm As earlier posted: The medium is the message!
Retro: Mailer and McLuhan Norman Mailer and Marshall McLuhan expound on violence, alienation and the electronic envelope. The clash of two great minds. (1968)
CBC – 28 min – Jun 28, 2006 http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid … uhan&hl=en
by tamtam » Tue Jan 09, 2007 2:52 pm By the way: Why did previous investigators not find well-defined mitochondria? I am convinced that these mitochondria are from human cells. Causative Agent of Rhinosporidiosis File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat We have isolated a prokaryotic cyanobacterium, a Microcystis … regulation and molecular aspects of muscle, liver, pancreas, connective tissue … cm.asm.org/cgi/reprint/39/1/413.pdf – Similar pages http://jcm.asm.org/cgi/content/full/39/1/413 This means that another person is trying to integrate into your system. I am rather convinced that this is the case, so I herald Ahluwalia, K. B. Sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Wed Jan 10, 2007 1:32 am Studies on ribonucleic acids from Chlorella protothecoides with special reference to the degradation of chloroplast RNA during the process of “glucose-bleaching”1 SAYOKO MIHARA, KOICHI KIMURA2 and EIJI HASE
Institute of Applied Microbiology, University of Tokyo and Tokugawa Institute for Biological Research Tokyo http://pcp.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/conte … act/9/1/87
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by tamtam » Wed Jan 10, 2007 1:51 am A chitin-like glycan in the cell wall of a Chlorella sp.(Chlorococcales, Chlorophyceae) – group of 2 »?E Kapaun, W Reisser – Planta, 1995 – Springer ?… Phytochemistry 18:419-422 Mihara S (1961) Change in glucosamine content?of Chlorella cells during the course of their life cycle. … ?Cited by 12 – Related Articles – Web Search – BL Direct
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by tamtam » Wed Jan 10, 2007 2:02 am Example warnings from the past to the poster tamtam “You amy want to link algae and cyanobacteria, this is quite far-fetched, But, the report about the way FDA approval works and the pressure upon scientists from UCS, although of interest is NOT related with the topic at hand (if you really want to discuss that, a new thread will be welcome in the General discussion section)”
>Post deleted “like many others, to avoid more cluttering of the fiber disease thread I demand that posters do take the time to explain what is the relation between their post and the Fiber disease. Otherwise the post will be deleted. The link can be obvious, or stated in a short introductory sentence, and however weak, tenuous, or far fetched it must be obvious. You did not complied, you get warned, just like others, and your message was deleted” “You have been warned by the admin or mods of this forum. If you get 4 warnings, you will be banned” >Unjustified posting I am warning you, go on prescribing on line and you will be banned. Yes you say why you are suggesting use of such and such molecules BUT no proof have been given to date of the nature of the disease, so it’s kind of pointless. I will delete all of your post suggesting a course of treatment unless your prove that there is a relationship between the disease and the targets of your antibiotics. “You have been warned by the admin or mods of this forum. If you get 4 warnings, you will be banned” >Prescribing drugs on the forum “all the rest aside, please when you want to correct one of your post, just use the edit function ( on the top right of your message) rather than creating a new post” Thanks. (the moderator in function)
by tamtam » Thu Jan 11, 2007 10:30 pm Genetic Isolation of Meningococci of the Electrophoretic Type 37 Complex N. meningitidis is one of the most variable bacterial species colonizing the human host. This is reflected by the fact that over 1,000 STs have been identified by MLST since publication of the method in 1998 (28). The genetic variability is due in large part to recombination (11, 12). However, despite frequent recombination, the population structure of N. meningitidis is not panmictic. Only a few clonal groupings, which have been known for decades, have been demonstrated to be responsible for majority of cases of serogroup A, B, and C meningococcal disease. Accordingly, measurement of the frequency of recombination by using the homoplasy test revealed that recombination was much less obvious in meningococci than in H. pylori Last edited by tamtam on Tue Jan 16, 2007 12:53 pm, edited 2 times in total.
by tamtam » Sat Jan 13, 2007 1:00 pm “Of everything which is under the sun the fortune and law are equal” Michel De Montaigne Nobody in Western civilization had ever tried to do what Montaigne set out to do. He moves from thought to thought, often digressing from an idea only to return, having caught up with it elsewhere. In these essays, Montaigne lays out his plan for how a man might wisely live and die. PAGE 874 (about illness and doctors) PAGE 314 (On the uncertainty of our judgement)
http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN0 … 3-PA874,M1
by tamtam » Sun Jan 14, 2007 7:53 pm For detectives and Mrs. London, its free!
The Lost Promise of Patriotism: Debating American Identity, 1890-1920 By Jonathan M Hansen During the years leading up to World War I, America experienced a crisis of civic identity. How could a country founded on liberal principles and composed of increasingly diverse cultures unite to safeguard individuals and promote social justice? In this book, Jonathan Hansen tells the story of a group of American intellectuals who believed the solution to this crisis lay in rethinking the meaning of liberalism.Intellectuals such as William James, John Dewey, Jane Addams, Eugene V. Debs, and W. E. B. Du Bois repudiated liberalism’s association with acquisitive individualism and laissez-faire economics, advocating a model of liberal citizenship whose virtues and commitments amount to what Hansen calls cosmopolitan patriotism. Rooted not in war but in dedication to social equity, cosmopolitan patriotism favored the fight against sexism, racism, and political corruption in the United States over battles against foreign foes. Its adherents held the domestic and foreign policy of the United States to its own democratic ideals and maintained that promoting democracy universally constituted the ultimate form of self-defense. Perhaps most important, the cosmopolitan patriots regarded critical engagement with one’s country as the essence of patriotism, thereby justifying scrutiny of American militarism in wartime.
http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN0 … mMkxbH2SsC
by tamtam » Sun Jan 14, 2007 10:01 pm “They” are absolutely not interested in the facts, I can assure you.
by tamtam » Mon Jan 15, 2007 2:39 am Example for the trivial minded: “pure” scientific approach versus what people experience in the field in relation to MRSA
When: Monday, January 26, 2004, 4:00-5:00 PM
Where: 408 SMI (MMI Conference Room)
Speaker: Rich Proctor, Medical Microbiology & Immunology and Medicine
Title: Why Staphylococcus aureus has suddenly become so aggressive.
Abstract: Some of the new information about why S. aureus has suddenly become so aggressive and is killing healthy young people. This would be more clinical and epidemiological, but perhaps also of great interest to the group. The average age is 14 yo and the mortality rate is 70%!
When: Monday, March 26, 2001, 4:00-5:00 PM
Where: 408 SMI (MMI Conference Room)
Speaker: Peter McNamara, Dept. of Medical Microbiology & Immunology
Title: Staphylococcus aureus Virulence Factor Regulation.
Abstract: Staphylococcus aureus can cause a range of infections, syndromes, and toxicosis that vary in their severity, duration, and pathogenic mechanism. One common factor affecting the establishment and progression of staphylococcal disease is the production of the requisite cell-surface and extracellular proteins. S. aureus can produce upward of 40 molecules that augment virulence. These factors are regulated in a specific manner. The bacteria use signal transduction systems to sense the environmental conditions they encounter during the course of the pathogenic process and a regulatory RNA along with various transcriptional activators and repressors to optimize the expression of many genes to enhance survival new milieus. I will provide an overview of the staphylococcal regulatory loci, discuss our work on the identification and characterization of new transcriptional regulators, and within the limits of what is known, provide a model for the regulatory circuit that governs the production of virulence factors in S. aureus.
MRSA Discussion Forum USA and Canada
by tamtam » Wed Jan 17, 2007 7:04 pm Repeat post; All is about cell that have been programmed with multiple properties. “degree of organization” Watch this VIDEO to obtain a basic understanding how this works, Produced by: University of Washington
April 27, 2004 Description: Sequencing the human genome, which consists of 3,000,000,000 letters (or “bases”) in a particular sequence, was a landmark in human history – a giant step forward in our understanding of ourselves as a biological species, and in our ability to use that knowledge to advance the cause of human health. This program addresses biological nanotechnology, how cells operate in our bodies, explaining how these “nanomachines” work. Speaker: Alan Weiner, professor and chair, biochemistry, UW Medicine Runtime: 00:57:55 “Why the boeing once up will not come down” http://www.researchchannel.org/prog/dis … 5&fID=1557 (link by Al)
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by tamtam » Wed Jan 17, 2007 7:07 pm Important articles: In the second part, it is back to molecules and Mendoza & Silva’s timely and informal accounts of the role of DNA analysis in the effective identification and classification or reclassification of the unculturable ‘fungi’ Lacazia loboi and Rhinosporidium seeberi. After Pneumocystis carinii came into the fungal fold, R. seeberi went out and Lobo loboi received a new name, perhaps a case of lost one, won one and drew one![/color]
” The most conspicuous internal structures of the endospore of Rhinosporidium seeberi are the 10–16 spherical, 1.0–1.5- µ m bodies that have been termed electron-dense bodies (EDB) or lipid bodies (LB); some authors have regarded them as nutritive stores of lipid or protein while others have regarded them as DNA-containing, ultimate generative units of R. seeberi ” http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/t … 3/art00008
Evidence for recombination in the microcystin synthetase (mcy) genes of toxic cyanobacteria Microcystis spp. Yuuhiko Tanabe, Kunimitsu Kaya, Makoto M Watanabe
“Here we provide strong evidence for recombination in the microcystin synthetase (mcy) gene cluster of the toxic cyanobacteria Microcystis spp.” http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:15461420
“this indicates that the cyanobacterial transcription and translation signals are recognized by E. coli”
http://www.springerlink.com/index/T4067322235L1N71.pdf – Similar pages
“The deduced amino acid sequence from ORF j (3,114 bp) was significantly similar to that of a putative plasmid replication protein, RepA, from plasmid pUH24 of Synechococcus sp” http://www.springerlink.com/content/r8r6b6f3ydjhj46j/
“The characterization of pMa025, a plasmid isolated from the unicellular, toxin-producing cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa UV025, is described”
“Release of Extracellular Transformable Plasmid DNA from Escherichia coli Cocultivated with Algae” http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … &tools=bot
Perhaps the most significant finding revealed by the DNA data was the recent report of host specific strains in the genus R h i n o s p o r i d i u m.
This study suggested that R. seeberi is not a monotypic genus but constituted of
multiple strains (species?) closely related to their hosts…. http://www.reviberoammicol.com/2005-22/213216.pdf
“Why did previous investigators not find well-defined mitochondria? I am convinced that these mitochondria are from human cells” We have isolated a prokaryotic cyanobacterium, a Microcystis … regulation and molecular aspects of muscle, liver, pancreas, connective tissue … jcm.asm.org/cgi/reprint/39/1/413.pdf – Similar pages
Karvita B. Ahluwalia http://jcm.asm.org/cgi/content/full/39/1/413
“The diagnosis of these rare infections is based largely on detection of characteristic structures observed on histopathologic examination of tissue”
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … id=1081399
in relation to the eye:
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … &tools=bot
“including those that are novel or uncultivated”
RECREATIONAL EXPOSURE TO FRESHWATER CYANOBACTERIA: EPIDEMIOLOGY, DERMAL TOXICITY AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF
http://eprint.uq.edu.au/archive/0000188 … _mar06.pdf
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl … id=1513208
Again I like to advise that it is important that people unite, create a legal base and seek litigation.
In support of a solution: Filament production by strain CBL001 Problem with streaming? Move cursor of video player! Cell make up:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid … rbug&hl=en
Series exclusive video footage via google video / open source / reference: 000/ 001/ 002/ 004/ 005/ 006 /007
http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=s … rbug&hl=en
Sincerely, tamtam Last edited by tamtam on Wed Jan 17, 2007 7:12 pm, edited 1 time in total.
by tamtam » Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:45 pm Blooming algae: http://www.xhab2002.com/PDF/E81_87.pdf.
(try the html version)
* Tillett D,
* Dittmann E,
* Erhard M,
* von Dohren H,
* Borner T,
* Neilan BA.
School of Microbiology and Immunology, The University of New South Wales, Australia. BACKGROUND: Blooms of toxic cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) have become increasingly common in the surface waters of the world. Of the known toxins produced by cyanobacteria, the microcystins are the most significant threat to human and animal health. These cyclic peptides are potent inhibitors of eukaryotic protein phosphatases type 1 and 2A. Synthesized nonribosomally, the microcystins contain a number of unusual amino acid residues including the beta-amino polyketide moiety Adda (3-amino-9-methoxy-2,6, 8-trimethyl-10-phenyl-4,6-decadienoic acid). We have characterized the microcystin biosynthetic gene cluster from Microcystis aeruginosa PCC7806. RESULTS: A cluster spanning 55 kb, composed of 10 bidirectionally transcribed open reading frames arranged in two putative operons (mcyA-C and mcyD-J), has been correlated with microcystin formation by gene disruption and mutant analysis. Of the 48 sequential catalytic reactions involved in microcystin synthesis, 45 have been assigned to catalytic domains within six large multienzyme synthases/synthetases (McyA-E, G), which incorporate the precursors phenylacetate, malonyl-CoA, S-adenosyl-L-methionine, glutamate, serine, alanine, leucine, D-methyl-isoaspartate, and arginine. The additional four monofunctional proteins are putatively involved in O-methylation (McyJ), epimerization (McyF), dehydration (McyI), and localization (McyH). The unusual polyketide amino acid Adda is formed by transamination of a polyketide precursor as enzyme-bound intermediate, and not released during the process. CONCLUSIONS: This report is the first complete description of the biosynthesis pathway of a complex cyanobacterial metabolite. The enzymatic organization of the microcystin assembly represents an integrated polyketide-peptide biosynthetic pathway with a number of unusual structural and enzymatic features. These include the integrated synthesis of a beta-amino-pentaketide precursor and the formation of beta- and gamma-carboxyl-peptide bonds, respectively. Other features of this complex system also observed in diverse related biosynthetic clusters are integrated C- and N-methyltransferases, an integrated aminotransferase, and an associated O-methyltransferase and a racemase acting on acidic amino acids.
PMID: 11033079 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer … t=Citation
by tamtam » Wed Feb 13, 2008 12:56 am censorship |ˈsensərˌ sh ip|noun
the practice of officially examining books, movies, etc., and suppressing unacceptable parts : details of the visit were subject to military censorship.
by tamtam » Wed Feb 13, 2008 12:59 amhttp://www.marcuse.org/herbert/pubs/60s … erance.htm
by tamtam » Thu Feb 14, 2008 2:58 am
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by tamtam » Fri Feb 15, 2008 12:29 pm moderator |ˈmädəˌrātər|noun
1 an arbitrator or mediator : Egypt managed to assert its role as a regional moderator.
• a presiding officer, esp. a chairman of a debate.
• a Presbyterian minister presiding over an ecclesiastical body.
2 Physics a substance used in a nuclear reactor to retard neutrons.
the moderator still steered by utter conviction was apt to comment
by tamtam » Fri Feb 15, 2008 1:04 pm LESSONS FROM NAZI MEDICINE FOR STUDENTS AND PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE*http://hgs.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/conte … act/5/1/73
Research on Human subjects http://bioethicsanddisability.org/research.html
by tamtam » Fri Feb 15, 2008 10:10 pm Amice, As far as I remember: one prerequisite is that participants not openly go into discussion with a moderator.May I conclude that you deliberately promote the idea: Science has proof without any certainty. Creationists have certainty without any proof. (Ashley Montague) “One note on the spot is more worth than a thousand recollections.” To objectify the matter, I took a copy of your response, and I will friendly ask the board to judge about it. It is my absolute conviction that you only can suffer from opinion. Yours sincerely, tamtam
by tamtam » Sat Feb 16, 2008 3:36 am In response to your kind inquiry I can let you know, that all consistent scientific data has been profoundly “edited” by your colleague.
My flimsy impression is that communism could not have done a better job! Next to this, it is clear and evident that the average moderator on this board, refuses to accept any type “science” in the form of a playful writhe. More than one virtual way leads to Rome, I suppose. However, My impression is that the very late introduction of the well known idea “discrimination” versus a new type and emerging “emancipation” seems to meet a rather deep seated and well generalized resistance of the established fraternity. Bravo!
The sun comes up, the sun goes under Man enters space! And if you don’t listen, don’t do what I say… and at once! blasphemy ! you brutal villain, hoax, undermining renegade, witch, fire, execution, mad, mad, mad! So now where exactly is the darwinist inquisition gathered did you say? Tamtam
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