"Promoters are important in determining when specific genes are turned on and off," says Feigin, "and I became interested in figuring out whether mutations within promoters -- as opposed to within the genes they regulate -consistently affects the way cancers develop and sustain themselves." The team "looked all across the genome," Feigin says, "and, interestingly, while we did find mutations in promoters, we never found clusters of these mutations near any of the genes that prior research had already told us were typically mutated in pancreatic cancer." Genes called KRAS and p53 are mutated in the majority of pancreas cancer cells, for example.But mutations in promoters sifted out of mountains of data by the team's novel mathematical formula, or algorithm, called GECCO, lay in genes never before implicated in pancreatic cancer.
The utility lies in the statistical correlation and probabilistic prediction of cause-and-effect of two fractal sets.
By this end of May something must have happened, since the 0.4 million hits in Google for FRACTAL CANCER catapulted in six months more than twenty-fold, to over 10 million hits in Google in the USA - and even to 120 million hits in Google India (since over there all ancient temples were architected with the very compressed information needed for the parsimonious algorithm of self-similar repeats).
The Philippines, being a country archipelago of islands and seas, have naturally wonderful beaches, some of which are famous the world over.
Beaches like Puerto Galera, Boracay, and the various beaches in Cebu rake in tourists from around the world all year round because of their pristine and cool blue waters and fine, white-sand shores.
It can be edited, such that the cancer cells flagged by an edit into their genome become targeted for the immune system that kills cancer cells. With the old guard of FDA gone, the business became an approved medical cure. If the patient does not show remission in the first month, there is a full refund. -- (Added notes) Genome Editing is likely to be the biggest and most controversial paradigm-shift in modern genomics.
Even without much understanding of genome regulation a type of cancer became largely cured! Although we knew before, that "the genome is not forever" (e.g.
In an admirably cautious manner, the purchase was not fission- or fusion-material.
They bought graphite rods that moderate or shut down the chain reaction, such that a nice "heat-up" will not become a catastrophic "blow-up". Today's news is that the old Axiom that "Your Genome is Forever" no longer holds. But when a patient is dying of cancer and nothing works, the USD half-a-million-dollar-cure can not make it much worse, can it?
Finally, Poloyagan Beach have rocky outcroppings and coral reefs so one should be careful in trekking them.