ARN-P CELLULAR ATTACK


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Since most incurable diseases of the P-RNA disorder are due to our inability to interfere with the number of P-RNAs of a certain type within a mature cell, it would be necessary to find a way to insert some in any way...

First, the easy solution, but that did not do it. Determine before the deadline for a termination of pregnancy, if the victim has a very stinky disease :) I say not easy, because by definition P-RNA is difficult to detect, it requires a biopsy, and more on a Spatial and temporal location precise :( However, there are possibilities for a certain disease to be induced by a DNA defect by the principle of splicing to the regular RNA .In this case, it would now be possible to determine the source genetics, therefore a rigorous screening test pre implantation or natural post creation for certain diseases that may be called "mixed." In fact, there are numerous possibilities that should be listed and analyzed in a systematic way ...

tyrell
Once established, coding sequence of a cell cannot be revised...

Ha ... maybe not. Unfortunately, I can not confirm this fact, but there are some possibilities. We could, for example, implement a virus invasion containing P-RNAs encoding myelin. Since, depending on the nature of the infections, the location of the attack is of prime importance, the type of virus (meningococcus ...) is crucial. It may be possible to send chemo-explosive bombs, which could force their paths with a membrane solvent (salicylic acid ...) and helped by a magnetic field applied globally and oscillating a direction at its opposite. The said bombs should then be provided with neodymium. The problem being their manufacture in large numbers:

Secondly, the amount of man-hours to be invested in research is alarming. Just like during the discovery of DNA, we have a significant structural deficit. I can not calculate the possibilities :(
see next soon ...

tyrell

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