Viral latency vs deadly paleoanthropology (2)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: January 15, 2019

SREBP-dependent lipidomic reprogramming as a broad-spectrum antiviral target

Re: “Virus infection reprogrammed host lipid metabolism” (with my emphasis)

Within the major category of metabolism, there is a combinational GO item with many global and overview maps that comprise sub-items such as carbon metabolism, fatty acid metabolism, biosynthesis of secondary metabolites, and biosynthesis of amino acids16.”

Their proof of principle also shows that the food energy-dependent biosynthesis of amino acids biophysically constrains viral latency, which prevents all pathology.

Reported as: Hong Kong scientists claim ‘broad-spectrum’ antiviral breakthrough

A derivative of AM580 is already being used in Japan to treat cancer…

Once again, we see how foolish it is for people with cancer to give up hope. Clearly, the effects of the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA can be reduced or reversed via diet-driven changes that link natural selection for energy-dependent codon optimality to RNA-mediated DNA repair.  Only the victims of misinformation will suffer unnecessarily and die prematurely.

They could probably convince their oncologists to examine the extant research and order the appropriate testing. But first, the oncologists and other medical professionals would need to learn how light-activated microRNA biogenesis in plants is linked to the prevention of all diseases in all species via RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions in nearly 82,000 published works.

See for examples microRNA  Items 1 to 81931.

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