Cell signaling: All sorts of diseases. Lyme Disease spread by tick bites, deer, mice

Alan,

Interesting video
I have been looking at similar all over.
Of course it is a huge field.

I am eager to move to a new university setting where more science seminars and high speed phd level classes are taught.
Really like my current city but it is not a major research university so almost no seminars and the classes are far too slow for me except for a few that are good but somewhat off topic.

Good long article with some graphics and photos and links to more:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_signaling

Cell signaling is part of any communication process that governs basic activities of cells and coordinates all cell actions.
The ability of cells to perceive and correctly respond to their microenvironment is the basis of development, tissue repair, and immunity as well as normal tissue homeostasis.
Errors in signaling interactions and cellular information processing are responsible for diseases such as cancer, autoimmunity, and diabetes.
By understanding cell signaling, diseases may be treated more effectively and, theoretically, artificial tissues may be created.

Traditional work in biology has focused on studying individual parts of cell signaling pathways.
Systems biology research helps us to understand the underlying structure of cell signaling networks and how changes in these networks may affect the transmission and flow of information (signal transduction). Such networks are complex systems in their organization and may exhibit a number of emergent properties including bistability and ultrasensitivity.
Analysis of cell signaling networks requires a combination of experimental and theoretical approaches including the development and analysis of simulations and modeling.[5][citation needed] Long-range allostery is often a significant component of cell signaling events

On Mar 12, 2017, at 1:30 PM, Alan ] wrote:

Joe,

I recommend that you watch this lecture at an autism conference by Dr Gary Samuelson, PhD in Atomic Medical Physics.

What he is talking about is used successfully with Lyme Disease. I suggest you can skip the preliminaries and start at the 11 minute mark.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwmG8Eb0_0M

Regards,

Alan

Here is an interesting experience to put on the back burner. Have and eight year old Chihuahua female dog. She became listless AND appeared to be rapidly going blind. I began a regimen of putting
Equine colloidial silver (20 ppm) in her eyes and a few drops down her throat every night. I had found her eating raw squirrel meat a few weeks ago. In less than a week after the silver treatment her eyesight is much better and she is running and jumping like a puppy.

Ron

On Mar 11, 2017, at 2:23 PM, joe wrote:

I maybe got bit last summer.
Lyme disease can cause arthritis, heart transplants, paralysis, many real bad symptoms if untreated.

Idiot doctors often misdiagnose.
Hard for even a good doctor to diagnose many such conditions. Crook doctors misdiagnose to get paid more for worthless treatments. Hypochondriac patients push doctors to a desired diagnosis and treatment. Always live near smart doctors, not dumb crooked doctors.

Ticks spread by mice and deer that are rampant in the eastern forests.
Spreading As fast as the mice and deer can travel across the country from Connecticut where the disease began.

Bad climates kill mice and deer and thus kill ticks and slow the spread of Lyme disease. Extremely Hot, cold, dry generally miserable climates are safer. Southern heat and humidity may also be bad for ticks, mice, deer. It depends on the species.

Stay out of the woods, campgrounds, and rural areas.
If you live in a city you will be safer.
Concrete, steel, asphalt, smog, cats, cars, trains, trucks kill off deer, mice, ticks. Bring back wolves to reduce the deer population back to normal

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