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An abstract I recently submitted

Postby revsleestaxx » Tue Nov 05, 2013 4:38 pm

So for some reason I get spam from some medical software company.

I also participate in ARGs now and again so at first I thought this spam was part of a game and I responded with some smart alecky answers and a resume. Then I got a call on one of my internet phone number asking me to be part of a panel and they would be paying me 400USD so now I went out to their website and damn if they wern't real and thought i was someone else. I looked up the doctor they thought i was and i emailed him that i was getting his spam and that unless he responded i was going to really string them along.

He never did respond.

Six months ago I was on a telephone conference panel with 5 other doctors, madly googling information, pulling out BS answers from my back pocket, and claiming that corporation/hospital lawyers are with me and advising me that I could not answer that or this because the NDAs had not been received yet.

Afterward I gave them my paypal, filled out a survey and sent in a paper.

I never received a payment. Maybe it was an ARG, but Dr. Jenkins is a real person in the medical field.



Representing Umbrella Corp at Biotech Industry Growth Discussion and Intellectual Contribution Kvell.



I was recently asked to share my research at Umbrella Corp. I may also get to do a speaking gig at the Biotech Industry Growth Discussion and Intellectual Contribution Kvell.

My work in nerve regeneration and weaponizing (being the best way to describe the planned process of repair) of certain DNA proteins has been an important goal for the biotechnology dept. of Umbrella corp.

Three mechanisms of repair to the double-strand breaks (DSBs) and flaying damage to axons is being worked on here at Umberlla Corp. Two have been partially published in certain journals so legally I have no trouble sharing some of this information with you.

Anon-homologous end joining (ANHEJ),

Using extracted Uracil-DNA glycosylase from nematodes we are designing DNA-binding proteins that have a specified DNA-binding site for regeneration, augmentation and enhancing of spinal nerve endings as well as the cognitive brain functions of reposing test subjects.

By placing single Zinc finger protein to the severed end of certain flat worms we have been able to, through said flat worm implantation, been able to create a "bridge" across failed nerve endings. This along with specific gene protein protocols our group has been able to bring positive response back from and into unresponsive (dead) muscular tissue. Using this same process we have been able to generate certain responsive activity in the cognitive brain areas of cadaverous test subjects.

Recently transcription activator-like effector nucleases (TALENs) have been created, which are based on natural proteins secreted by Xanthomonas bacteria via their type III secretion system when they infect various plant species. These along with specific growth gene proteins and gestation hormones from Neotomys ebriosus we have been able to create some control over the test subjects.

To see if the nematodes can "automatically" find and repair broken axons as they transverse through the host body the DOE is to plant many of these modified nematodes into a test subject. While "automatic" repair of mortified test subjects is evident, there is still massive a loss of higher reasoning and fine motor control.

When the test subjects gain full mobility they are single minded and focused on DNA extraction. It seems that for now the instinctive memories and survival of the "bridge" symbiotes is to obtain more DNA from subsisting sources for further repairs.


Micro-homology-Mediated End Joining (MMEJ),

Using Trans-lesion synthesis (TLS) as a DNA damage tolerance process we are allowing the DNA replication machinery to replace past DNA lesions with thymine dimers to the axons AP sites. This involves switching out regular DNA polymerases for specialized trans-lesion polymerases (i.e. DNA polymerase IV or V, from the Y Polymerase family)

The ultimate goal being is the use of bacterial cells and plasmids to replicate the same repair process of the nematode but in a smaller vehicle. Progress here has been slow but there is some positive direction, By controlling the formation of pyrimidine dimers with irradiation from high wavelength UV light, the results in an abnormal covalent bond between adjacent pyrimidine bases have shown to be receptive to photo-reactivation process directly reversing the damage to the broken cells by the action of the enzyme photolyase.

Another type of base excision repair (BER) to the severed and or reposed nerve cells, which repairs damage to a single DNA base pair caused by death is alkylation-hydrolysis which has shown great promise in re-animation. The damaged base and glycosylase is removed by the gestation androgynous hormone of a paddocstol and using phonosemantic matching from inert Ebola DNA. The "missing tooth" is then recognized by an enzyme called AP endonuclease, which cuts the phosphodiester bond. The missing part is then resynthesized by a DNA polymerase where TALENs take control of the growth, and the DNA ligase performs the final nick-sealing step.

Yes, the Nucleotide excision repair (NER), is clumsy and not totally controllable, but with the Zinc finger protein as a marker and extracted Uracil-DNA glycosylase in a synthetic reproduction environment the bacteria in specialized synthetic polymerase plasmid envelopes should recognize the bulky, helix-distorting lesions such as pyrimidine dimers and 6,4 photoproducts. With the specialized form of NER known as transcription-coupled repair, the new self-replicating organism will deploy NER enzymes to genes that are being actively transcribed.

Generation and control of self-replicating and repairing, methylation of guanine bases, is directly accelerated by the protein Methyl Guanine Methyl Transferase (MGMT), the bacterial equivalent of which is called OGT. Right now this is an expensive process because each MGMT molecule can be used only once. But we are also on the verge of being able to force the MGMT to replicate itself using some of the DNA from the inert Ebola virus DNA mentioned before.

The nerve cell and brain cell reaction is stoichiometric rather than catalytic. And a generalized response to the methylation agents in the bacteria are the adaptive response to and from the gestation androgynous hormone of a paddocstol and confers a level of acceptance to alkylating agents upon sustained exposure by upregulation of alkylation repair enzymes. The DNA damage is reversed by neighboring cells as the repaired/replaced DNA is certainly traded by methylation of the base pairs using the cytosine and adenine found in the delivering plasmid envelope.


Homologous Recombination.

This, I am told cannot be talked about without proper NDA filings and disclosure of asset investments to the proper SEC channels


As you can see we are very busy at Umbrella Corp and "We have your future in control."


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Re: An abstract I recently submitted

Postby strawman » Thu Dec 05, 2013 2:09 pm

Hmmm..."mortified test subjects".

So, to succinctify, you have successfully reanimated the dead and, although you did not specify, the resultant 'zombies', although insatiably driven to acquire additional replicating DNA, which you discovered in the initial experiment, were somehow securely confined shortly thereafter.
Right?

RIGHT???
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Re: An abstract I recently submitted

Postby revsleestaxx » Mon Jan 06, 2014 5:33 pm

strawman wrote:Hmmm..."mortified test subjects".

So, to succinctify, you have successfully reanimated the dead and, although you did not specify, the resultant 'zombies', although insatiably driven to acquire additional replicating DNA, which you discovered in the initial experiment, were somehow securely confined shortly thereafter.
Right?

RIGHT???



eh? we are using them to continue testing, but they are stored on shipping containers and the emergency release switch is hidden in the janitorial closet right next to the spot where the mop rests. http://www.troma.com/films/the-toxic-avenger/

Funny follow up;
To get the 400.00$ consulting fee for the conference call I had to schedule an appointment with their sales Representative.

I did and I used the address of the real Dr. Jenkins http://www.mountsinai.org/profiles/arthur-l-jenkins-iii .
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Re: An abstract I recently submitted

Postby ROU Killing Time » Mon Jan 06, 2014 8:46 pm

Rev you are DC's own Hunter S. Thompson.
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Re: An abstract I recently submitted

Postby revsleestaxx » Wed Jan 08, 2014 3:54 pm

ROU Killing Time wrote:Rev you are DC's own Hunter S. Thompson.


MY eyes are literally welling up with tears. THANK YOU THANK YOU SO MUCH!
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Re: An abstract I recently submitted

Postby ROU Killing Time » Wed Jan 08, 2014 4:08 pm

I calls em as I sees em, Rev.
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