Monthly Archives: June 2017

Plant mutual symbiosis between fungi and bacteria

Within the plant ecological community of commensal, symbiotic and pathogenic microorganisms –– mutualistic fungal and bacterial symbionts are striking examples of microorganisms playing crucial roles in nutrient acquisition. They have co-evolved with their hosts since the initial plants’ adaptation to … Continue reading

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Followup to human interactome article

This article [attached] is a good follow-up to yesterday’ article on the human interactome in which a “subcellular map of the human proteome” was mentioned. Resolving the spatial distribution –– of the human proteome at a subcellular level –– can … Continue reading

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Personalized medicine: Genetic risk prediction of drug response

I just came across this FANTASTIC article on the topic of “genetic risk prediction of drug response.” The article is lucid, very well written; just appeared this week. Pharmacogenomics (PGx) comprises a substantial component of “personalized medicine”. PGx seeks to … Continue reading

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A beautiful crisp 3-minute presentation on the CO2 issue

This 3-min video is from Malcolm Roberts, an Engineer in Australia. And, of course, he has an Australian accent… What the viewer must be QUICKLY aware of (in such a short video) –– is that what he has, in front … Continue reading

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