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This could also be relevant for Ebola, which also is a single-stranded RNA virus:
The body’s initial “vaccine-reaction” against HIV could be prolonged if the viruses were inactivated. In comparison, the poliovirus can be inactivated by cleavage of its RNA by ammonia. Hopefully, the same can be true for HIV. Both viruses contain single-stranded RNA and proteases. Maybe the proteases perform (catalyse) aminolysis and cut the RNA strands. HIV has even RNase H which is specialized in breaking RNA strands. The phosphates (PO4-) in RNA repel water more than ammonia, and they are thus favoring aminolysis over hydrolysis. (NH3 is a stronger nucleophile than H2O).
The tight encapsulation/packing of RNA in the viruses will probably promote the aminolysis process. The hydrophobic cores in the ribonucleoproteins will attract ammonia.
And the host cells use RNases to hydrolyse foreign RNA. Maybe the RNases switch to aminolysis when ammonia is available, and thereby speed up this defense.
In this regard, inhalation of ammonia could be a way to destroy HIV and other RNA viruses in blood and tissue.
The Red Bull effect
Caffeine and glucose (also called grape sugar) has each a well-known effect.
Caffeine acts particularly in the brain by blocking the receptor(s) for the inhibitory neurotransmitter adenosine.
The adenosine level increases by physical efforts and by the time we are awake.
The caffeine molecule resembles the adenosine molecule.
Maybe the effect of caffeine and glucose can be enhanced by creation of a stuff that resembles adenosine even more
than caffeine alone does, in a reaction between caffeine and glucose.
It should make up a stuff with an effect stronger than obtainable by the usual table sugar (the disaccharide sucrose) + coffee/caffeine.
The Red Bull drink contains both caffeine and glucose, and the reason why this drink works so well could be a chemical reaction between glucose and caffeine.
Chemically it is fully feasible that there will be created a compound which resembles adenosine more than caffeine alone does.
Thus there will be a stronger effect, ie a better blockage of the receptor(s).
See picture attachment – it shows the common formation of a glycosidic bond,
where nitrogen attaches to the anomeric carbon in a nucleophilic substitution reaction. Acidic pH will catalyze this reaction.
I have not tried to blend coffee and glucose. I don`t know the health risks, not even for the legal Red Bull drink.
Please be responsible.
The carbonic anhydrase enzymes as means of carbon fixation?
Carbonic anhydrase is an enzyme that assists rapid inter-conversion of carbon dioxide and water into carbonic acid, protons and bicarbonate ions.
CO2 + H2O <=> HCO3- + H+ (in high pH and high CO2 concentration mostly to the right)
They are widespread in nature, being found in animals, plants, algae and certain bacteria.
I tested this enzyme by churning some flowers from the garden in water, and added carbonated drink.
The bubbling stopped immediately, and I managed to precipitate some matter when adding salt. (That`s how corals, CaCO3, Na2CO3x10H2O, etc. are formed!)
Since these enzymes are extremely efficient, soluble and abundant, there is a fair chance they can be harvested and used in carbon capture. They can even be enhanced by genetic modification.
Ideally, the exhaust from a car can be fluxed through a water bath containing this enzyme and some Ca++ or Na+ in optimized pH. And the hundred-and-thirty-something grams of CO2 per km can be dumped as solid rock!
4NH3 + 3O2 = 2N2 + 6H2O (g)
energy released = –1267.20 kJ/mol
To aminate hydrocarbons, e.g. diesel oil, is relatively simple,and can be achieved by means of air efflux from decaying organic matter. One can also use consentrated ammonia; I did so and got a solution which burned intensely.
-CH2- + NH3 + 1/2 O2 = -CH-NH2- + H2O (or H2)
Quick web searches on the topic ribosome all show the same:
the amino acid-loaded tRNA arrives at the ribosome with its
anti-codon first. I think this could be an oversimplification, which
doesn`t take notice to the probable, intuitive fact that the gene is
a blueprint for the protein, a mirror-copy made through evolution.
Say the proteins initially instructed the genes and not vice versa.
Say the food came first, and then the means to carry it.
For such a complex process as translation to proceed without many errors,
there has to be another, more primary mechanism of proofreading. Maybe there is a
closer link between amino acids and the mRNA than previously thought.
It should be possible to target any protein-markers in any disease,
and hence destroy the culprits. Say, put a virus in a PCR machine and make
cheap copies of tailored antibodies! Or use the new oligo synthesis factories!
I try to explain my theory in this video:
I found these articles supporting my theory about amino acids` binding to their cognate codons:
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or from Eurogentec in San Diego, California:
The stock of different aptamers will be annotated at my portable computer.
Then, step 2, we have to beg institutions which store HIV viruses to test the aptamers in vitro.
The results can be viewed with electron microscopes.
“Burn off money to test HIV drug”
“Find needle in haystack”
Press: “Will this be tested in humans? Will there be marketing? Sales?
Answer: “We will find a balanced solution, it`s fair that developed
countries pay for some of the venture.”
The task will require all communication skills and business intelligence.
It is a bit like cloud computing: once the hidden codes are found,
they have to be administered.
It is my goal to reach this goal of my life!
This aptamer bind to the blood coagulation factor protein thrombin.
I found it at:
For pictures of bacteria in water, see this site: http://iceberg.dri.edu/blogs4.php
(Regarding autoimmune MS and diabetes:
My idea is to take down the protein markers
which the T-cells home in on when they perform autoimmunity, and/or target the receptors /
surface proteins on the T-cells which they use in this task. At GenBank we can find some of
the needed gene/protein sequences.)
I try to explain my theory in this video:
I think there is a great opportunity in applying energy to the immune system. The stuff described here under (polyacetylated carbohydrates / sugar derivatives found in plants) will as all nutrients first encounter the immune cells when taken up to blood. It will even directly fuel the immune cells by diffusion into the mucous membranes in the lymphatic tissue in and around the tonsils.
It thus implies great opportunities not only by means of nutritional energy supply, but also by means of worldwide distribution and sales.
“and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations” – Revelation 22:2.
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– see this 35-second video about endocytosis:
Ac=Acetate=CH3CO2- – get dynamically released in the cytoplasm by the help of acid hydrolases.
Polyphenols, like for instance resveratrol (found in red wine) or curcumin (found in turmeric), or quercetin – a flavonoid in fruits / apples and other polyphenols (e.g in green tea), can maybe act upon cell membranes in a similar fashion as the poly-cyclic molecule in the booster sports drops. Please search web for info about resveratrol, curcumin, quercetin and polyphenols / flavonoids / antioxidants. See also cinnamaldehyde / cinnamon in this regard.
Picture of polyacetylated complex carbohydrate molecule probably present in the Booster Sports Drops: