Is schizophrenia due to a gene of large effect?
Posted on March 5, 2013 by James Kohl.
My model details how the epigenetic tweaking of immense gene networks by nutrients, which is controlled by the metabolism of nutrients to pheromones, causes the development of physical diseases and mental disorders. This article focuses on a particular version of the microRNA-137 gene (or MIR137) instead of microRNA /messenger RNA homeostasis.
Many people seem unable to grasp the concept of microRNA /messenger RNA homeostasis. Is the problem due to what’s taught about the role of random mutations in runaway selection for mutations? Was anyone taught anything about the epigenetic effects of nutrient stress and social stress on the microRNA / messenger RNA balance, which is essential to the concept of biologically based adaptive evolution?
Did anyone ever ask how random mutations result in anything that’s adaptive in the context of the requirements for ecological, social, neurogenic, and socio-cognitive niche construction? Is there evidence that sex differences are somehow involved in a random mutation results in expression of a particular version of the microRNA-137 gene at different times in males compared to females? If so, we could compare evidence that people think supports random mutations theory to the biological facts of rapid regulatory evolution via the de novo emergence of other microRNAs that are essential for the development of the brain and behavior in the human lineage.
Retired medical laboratory scientist
Try Our Potent Pheromones Risk Free!
Backed by Scientific Research AND
a 100% Money Back Guarantee!
With our no hassle 60 day money back guarantee you have nothing to lose.Read Our Risk Free Guarantee to you!
Order by Mail or FAX
Trademarks & Notices: LuvEssentials is not affiliated in any way with WebMD, CNN, Discovery Health. All trademarks and registered trademarks appearing on LuvEssentials are the property of their respective owners.
Orders that were shipped by free USPS Mail and are returned to us will be assessed a return processing fee of $7.00 US Dollars. Orders totaling over $190.00 US Dollars, before any discount, that are returned to us will be assessed a return processing fee of 25%.
Please note, the testimonials we display are all real; however, any photos accompanying these testimonials are stock photography, not actual customers. We do this to protect the privacy of our customers.
Also, in accordance with FTC guidelines, we want to make it explicitly clear that the testimonials we display throughout this website are based on the unique experiences that some of our customers have shared with us. We cannot promise that you will experience similar benefits from using our product. If you are not satisfied with our product for any reason, simply return the product within 60 days for a full refund excluding the costs of shipping and handling. Please contact us with any questions you may have.