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Long-term effects of aerosol spraying on E. coli K-12 (MG1655)

Introduction to CAMK2B protein overexpression

  • examine the acquisition and mutation of the CAMK2B gene in humans subject to horizontal 30C6HSL based transcription promoters (or "devices" for eugenic doctors).
  • Calmodulin dependent inverse/split-pericams and CAMK2B interactions: CAMK2B may depend on exogenous promoters to convey the drug at the right time/place (site-directed mutagenesis). Notice that CAMK2B overexpression is probably an indicator of low neuronal activity (inverse pericams) or osmolitic regulator. (Critical sites: brain (frontal cortex region), amygdala and perhaps the hypothalamus)
  • Never forget atmospheric NH2 as natural source of Nitrogen, hence a ethyl-methyl carbanion may be conjugated to a NH2 molecule in a process known as "benzoin condensation" to produce crystals (N-substituted benzoxazole heterocyclics), thus a form of artificial (asymmetric) Schiff base synthesis may occur as the result of injection of psychochemical intermediates into the atmosphere.

A synthetic biology approach to light-activated protein delivery

CAMK2B based protein dimering and expression with 30C6HSL based promoters (LuxR)

Motivations and purposes of psychochemical spraying in the morphogenesis of breast cancer, CES, Parkinson, and Alzheimer diseases via site-directed signaling (mutagenesis)