This post contains a discussion of the technologies involved in Morgellons, protein, conjugated quantum dots, skin penetration and lung delivery of micro and nano-sized particles.
Protein And Polymers
Look for the DNA polymer structures which copy the structures in real nature.
Find The Quantum dots, Sensors, Cocoons And Worms.
Here you will find the most recent technologies. That is common thread/fiber in Morgellons.
Little has changed since Roman times when people and animals were slaughtered from entertainment. In 2011 scientists and government are giving people diseases and watch as they suffer.
Biologists created a library of interchangeable DNA parts for assembling inside microbes creates Programmable Living Machines.
The collection of parts called biobricks was started in 2003 and are kept at M.I.T.’s Registry of Standard Biological Parts. So far, there are over 3,000 genetic parts (2010) available to modify an existing organism.
Most parts come with a gene (ccdB) that kills off those cells which don’t have the modified genetics.
Other “genetic tools” in the database help manipulate DNA by moving, promoting and connecting.
“The intent is to develop a toolkit of synthetic biology using engineering to reconstruct and redesign vast swathes of biology and to create a man-made version of nature.”
“Basic biochemical processes will change as humans learn how life works, replicate and manipulate it.
The boundaries of life and machines will overlap to yield truly programmable organisms.”
The devices work inside living cells, from which they derive energy, raw materials, and the ability to move and reproduce.
“Sections of DNA can perform a function on its own or can be used to make a protein for a useful purpose (blinking).”
“Each part can be fabricated and stored separately and later stitched together.”
“Functionally, each part sends and receives standards biochemical signals so a scientist can change the behaviour of an assembly just by substituting a different part at a given spot.”
Programmed systems can move, reproduce and interact with the real world but the synthetic device is a parasite in cells.
To avoid cell death it is sequestered on its own DNA Loop separate from natural chromosomes.
Programmed E. coli cells can flash in unison with 58 parts.
New life forms may incorporate electronics, real and synthetic biology, artificial intelligence and cyberspace. A truly hybrid organic-electronic-software intelligence may be connected as a Global Organism.
Would control over nature makes humans the masters of all evolution?
Synthetic “life” and hybrid organisms are here and the impact may be permanent.
It is absolutely permanent for those who have lost their lives to Morgellons which encompasses many new technologies that have come together to create an Artificial Illness.
Keratin is a protein which is a component in skin, hair and nails.
Nano-Writing is the new revolution in the world of research.
Proteins are biomolecules in cells that facilitate nearly all of the crucial metabolic processes within the cell.
All species on earth arise from the same molecular ingredients.
5 nucleotides that form the building blocks for DNA and RNA, and 20 amino acids that serve as building blocks for proteins.
These ingredients limit the chemical reactions that happen inside cells and so they limit what life can do.
The shape of a protein determines its use. If the shape is changed, its function changes.
The chemical in synthetic amino acids changes your proteins.
By W. Wayt Gibbs Scientific American, Inc. 2004
A goal in synthetic biology is to modify cells so that they synthesize artificial amino acids and string them together with natural amino acids to form proteins that no other form of life can make.
In 1989 Steven Benner led a team at ETH Zurich that created DNA containing two artificial genetic “letters”. No one had made genes from altered DNA that were functional.
In 2004, scientists at the Scripps Research Institute produced six kinds of unnatural amino acids in yeast and began adapting them to work in Human cells and Roundworms. [The Arthropod Connection]
The translational machinery that reads RNA to make proteins in Yeast is very similar to the translational machinery of humans.
This system can make two different synthetic amino acids and put them in the same protein. The cell decodes a 4-nucleotide sequence with which we can attach polymers to proteins.
The two variants, TNA in which ribose is replaced with a simpler sugar & x DNA are more stable than DNA for reprogramming cells. First, we have to get them working inside living organisms.
In the past, using proteins in large quantities has been limited because proteins must exist in an environment which mimics that found in a cell.
What is being done with the new biomaterials?
In molecular fabrication, chemical and structure must work together with the water-mediated hydrogen bond of living systems.
Using natural processes as a guide, the interface of nanomaterials and biology lead to fabrication of nanofibers materials for 3D cell culture & tissue engineering, assembly of peptide or protein nanotubes & helical ribbon.
The helical ribbons found in Alzheimer’s.
Microlenses, synthesis of metal nanowires on DNA templates, fabrication of peptide, protein and lipid scaffolds, assembly of electronic materials by bacterial phage selection and radiofrequency biology.
Radiofrequency biology us where a biomolecule is attached to a metal nanocrystal antenna similar in size to most biomolecules.
Tagged molecules respond to radiofrequency electronic control.
The sense that allows birds to orient themselves by the earth’s magnetic field can be disabled by an oscillating magnetic field whose oscillating fall into the medium or high-frequency radio wave bands.
What Are Quantum Dots?
Quantum dots are artificial atoms. They are clouds of electrons with nucleus (protons and neutrons) trapped in a very small crystal structure by electronic components.
In a real atom, electron clouds exist in multiple layers above the atomic nucleus. In quantum dots, the electrons are trapped in a space so small that their wave-like behaviour dominates over their particle-like behaviour.
When an electron jumps to a higher layer, it absorbs energy (in the form of heat, light, mechanical vibration), and when it falls to a lower level, it emits energy (usually in the form of light).
Quantum dots obey quantum-mechanical rule called the Pauli Exclusion Principle, acting like real atoms by arranging themselves in patterns.
Quantum dots emit a particular wavelength and colour depending on their composition and size. Their size is controlled by adding or subtracting electrons.
Can quantum dots penetrate human skin?
Skin is the largest organ of the body and is a potential route of exposure to nanomaterials. Quantum dots of different sizes, shapes, and surface coatings can penetrate the intact skin at a relevant dose within 8-24 hrs.
Peptides enhance skin penetration when conjugated to drug molecules and quantum dots and can target specific tissues. Peptides are short pieces of amino acids.
“Penetration of intact skin by quantum dots with diverse physicochemical properties”
Which peptides are used to target the skin?
“Conjugation of the cell-penetrating peptide derived from the human immunodeficiency virus-1 trans-activator protein (TAT) to semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) in an effective way to enhance transmembrane delivery of QDs.”
“TAT-QDs internalize through lipid-raft-dependent macropinocytosis.”
Transmembrane Delivery of the cell-Penetrating Peptide Conjugated Semiconductor QDs-2008.
There are dermal delivery systems such as solid lipid nanoparticles, nanostructured lipid carriers, polymer-based nanoparticles and magnetic nanoparticles and cell-penetrating Peptide (CPP)-mediated delivery.
Microsystems in genetics and proteins include both microarray-(DNA or protein immobilised on chip) and microfluidic-(DNA or proteins being transported, processed and separated in a transport medium) based microdevices.
“Interaction of Nanoparticles and Cell-Penetrating Peptides With Skin for Transdermal Drug Delivery”
Pinaki Desai, Ram Patlolla, Mandip Singh
Molecular Membrane Biology-2010
“Polymer chemistry can synthesize multifunctional nanoparticles which enhance cargo delivery to the Lung.”
“We designed polyacrylamide-based hydrogel particles of differing sizes, functionalized with a cell-penetrating peptide (Arg9), labelled with imaging components to assess lung retention and cellular uptake.
Biodistribution studies revealed that particle clearance from the lungs and extrapulmonary distribution was, in part, size dependent. Microparticles dispersed but nanoparticles stayed in the lung.
Microparticles were rapidly dispersed into the body by mucus and through blood circulation.
Nanoparticles enhanced by Arg9 were restricted to the lung but did not induce inflammation.
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