JmjC enzyme KDM2A is a regulator of r...

JmjC enzyme KDM2A is a regulator of rRNA transcription in response to starvation

There are 3 comments on the Nature Publishing Group story from Apr 8, 2010, titled JmjC enzyme KDM2A is a regulator of rRNA transcription in response to starvation. In it, Nature Publishing Group reports that:

Department of Molecular Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy, Takasaki University of Health and Welfare, Takasaki, Japan Radioisotope Research Center, Research Facility for Occupational and Environmental Health, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Kitakyushu, Japan Department of Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Takasaki University ...

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#1 Apr 9, 2010
JmjC enzyme KDM2A/JHDM1A/FbxL11 demethylates mono- and dimethylated Lys 36 of histone H3, its main function is to pevent over transcription and duplication of gene patterning; and that KDM2A represses the transcription of ribosomal RNA. KDM2A so that protein p53 can function;
sophia brown derby uk

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#2 Apr 11, 2010
stress on the brain, the picture that emerges is a stressful one in its self. A chronic over-reaction to stress, overloads the brain with powerful adrenalin related hormones like prostaglandin that are intended only for short-term and medium term duty in pre-and post emergency situations. Their acumulative effect damages and kills brain cells in some people and animals very quickly; it is also known to raise residual adrenalin levels which give rise to sustained high blood pressure; overiding angiotensin 1 & 2 hormones; blood vessel reactions; note; stress kills people and animals so take it easy and dont be alarmed; Jesus said; live one day at a time because each day has enough worries of it own; I have found great peace in studying Jesus's teaching and taking them to heart!
sophia brown derby uk

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#3 Apr 15, 2010
pesticides (chemical) are corrupting hormones in animals and people; source is farming it will be better for farmers to use as little as possible; and in the future buy pest resistant seedlings etc; saves money in long term and protects the soil as many nemotodes are killed and essential soil bacteria that natural help the soil with bacteria that fix nitrogen in the soil compounds;
note; most modern diseases are caused by hormones such as testosterone binding ester compounds within the testosterone molecule so when docking registration is activated STAT signalling zinc fingure arrays cause gene drop out and go on to produce incorrect proteins and protein enzymes; cows milk needs to be tested for corrupt hormones and pesticides more often; maybe a new way of pasturizing milk by high sonic vibration would be far more successful in killing resistant bacteria and breaking up hormone molcules so that they cannot get into the human body;

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