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** protein kinase (EC 3.1.1.8), calmodulin dependent/specific gene stuff which I don't yet understand.. :)
** protein kinase (EC 3.1.1.8), calmodulin dependent/specific gene stuff which I don't yet understand.. :)
** TODO: determine if aminoacylation process of cysteine/glutamate dependent amino acids can induce immunogenic reactions/inhibition of bacterias/virus!
** TODO: determine if aminoacylation process of cysteine/glutamate dependent amino acids can induce immunogenic reactions/inhibition of bacterias/virus!
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** more evidences towards orthogonal protein aminoacylation linked [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2120577/Was-Staff-Sgt-Robert-Bales-given-anti-malaria-drug-known-cause-psychotic-episodes-Afghan-massacre-Pentagon-ordered-emergency-review-drug-days-shooting.html cases]? Google: mefloquine (malaria vaccine)
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** '''more evidences towards orthogonal protein aminoacylation linked [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2120577/Was-Staff-Sgt-Robert-Bales-given-anti-malaria-drug-known-cause-psychotic-episodes-Afghan-massacre-Pentagon-ordered-emergency-review-drug-days-shooting.html cases]? Google: mefloquine (malaria vaccine)'''
*** lipophilic molecule: a substance coated into a lipid-based reagent, thus becoming thermodynamically stable (heat sensitive) and hydrophobic. Reference:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipophilicity
*** lipophilic molecule: a substance coated into a lipid-based reagent, thus becoming thermodynamically stable (heat sensitive) and hydrophobic. Reference:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipophilicity
*** Mefloquine enantioselectivity: can be defined as the capacity of the polar molecule to initiate constitutive transformations given its assymetric structure with orthogonal (closest neighbors) molecules. Mefloquine is thus composed of two stereoisomers being the "mirror images of each other". Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enantiomer
*** Mefloquine enantioselectivity: can be defined as the capacity of the polar molecule to initiate constitutive transformations given its assymetric structure with orthogonal (closest neighbors) molecules. Mefloquine is thus composed of two stereoisomers being the "mirror images of each other". Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enantiomer

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    • protein kinase (EC 3.1.1.8), calmodulin dependent/specific gene stuff which I don't yet understand.. :)
    • TODO: determine if aminoacylation process of cysteine/glutamate dependent amino acids can induce immunogenic reactions/inhibition of bacterias/virus!
    • more evidences towards orthogonal protein aminoacylation linked cases? Google: mefloquine (malaria vaccine)
      • lipophilic molecule: a substance coated into a lipid-based reagent, thus becoming thermodynamically stable (heat sensitive) and hydrophobic. Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipophilicity
      • Mefloquine enantioselectivity: can be defined as the capacity of the polar molecule to initiate constitutive transformations given its assymetric structure with orthogonal (closest neighbors) molecules. Mefloquine is thus composed of two stereoisomers being the "mirror images of each other". Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enantiomer



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