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Bacteria-killing proteins cover blood type blind spot

There are 2 comments on the Science Blog story from Feb 14, 2010, titled Bacteria-killing proteins cover blood type blind spot. In it, Science Blog reports that:

A set of proteins found in our intestines can recognize and kill bacteria that have human blood type molecules on their surfaces, scientists at Emory University School of Medicine have discovered.

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#1 Feb 25, 2010
permanent magnets, can alter the direction of flow of aluminium ions and feric ions and importantly copper ions which configure and convey proteins along special nano channels; note; these affected protein cells, are affected by both the electrical and chemical potential that exists across the cell membrane. If bacteria, for example, are placed in an environment where large electrical fields exist,such as a powerful magnet will effect the electrical potential across their cellular membranes;
The presence of a strong magnet does not affect ions in solution other than ferric and aluminium & copper ions; so therefore can be used to extrapolate toxic aluminium,'rogue heams' and heamoglobulin that is carrying diseases and parasytes such as malaria; and may help with Alzheimers motor neurone disease by removing aluminium ions from the blood using a very powerful magnetic field example 40 tesla's in strength; note; aluminium and copper are magnetic at high magnetic field strengths;
sophia brown derby uk

UK

#2 Feb 25, 2010
permanent magnets, can alter the direction of flow of aluminium ions and feric ions and importantly copper ions which configure and convey proteins along special nano channels; note; these affected protein cells, are affected by both the electrical and chemical potential that exists across the cell membrane. If bacteria, for example, are placed in an environment where large electrical fields exist, such as a powerful magnet will effect the electrical potential across their cellular membranes;
The presence of a strong magnet does not affect ions in solution other than ferric and aluminium & copper ions; so therefore can be used to extrapolate toxic aluminium,'rogue heams' and heamoglobulin that is carrying diseases and parasites such as malaria; and may help with Alzheimers motor neurone disease by removing aluminium ions from the blood using a very powerful magnetic field example 40 tesla's in strength; note; aluminium and copper are magnetic at high magnetic field strengths;

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