The Molecular Bomb
Highly recommended stream. Dr Kevin McCairn talks with @DoorlessCarp (Dave) [https://doorlesscarp953.substack.com/ ] and Genervter Burger (Annoyed Citizen) [https://genervter.substack.com/p/der-weg-richtung-himmel-oder-holle Any missing links can be found on the substack]
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The Molecular Bomb: Why Nuking miRNA Signaling With Synthetic mRNA Is A bad Idea (3:00)
So RNA is usually protected from being broken down because it is inside exosomes or protected by lipids (fatty compounds) but now we discover RNA on the surface of cells
19 min Extracellular RNAs: A New Awareness of Old Perspectives
24 min Human genome-produced RNA discovered on surface of cells.
30 min The impact of BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine on adaptive and innate immune responses https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.05.03.21256520v2
The vaccine stopped working after six months and changed the immune cells sequences as well as the built -in (inate) interferon immune response (higher IL-1/IL-6 release and decreased production of IFN-α.)
Down-regulating innate AND adaptive immune response when a big fat ball (LNP i.e. PEG) hits your cell surface.
This (see below) was changed in the updated version of the article (lolz):
*specific (viral, fungal and bacterial) stimuli. The response of innate immune cells to TLR4 and TLR7/8 ligands was lower after BNT162b2 vaccination, while fungi-induced cytokine responses were stronger. In conclusion, the mRNA BNT162b2 vaccine induces complex functional reprogramming of innate immune responses, which should be considered in the development and use of this new class of vaccines.
Mitogen = cell division
A mitogen is a small bioactive protein or peptide that induces a cell to begin cell division, or enhances the rate of division (mitosis). Mitogenesis is the induction (triggering) of mitosis, typically via a mitogen. The mechanism of action of a mitogen is that it triggers signal transduction pathways involving mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK), leading to mitosis.
Uncontrolled cell division =cancer (see the Tumor cell)
36 min KRAS -Mutant non-small cell lung cancer: From biology to therapy
37 min BNT162b2 vaccination enhances interferon-JAK-STAT-regulated antiviral programs in COVID-19 patients infected with the SARS-CoV-2 Beta variant
Supplementary Data 3
He dug into the spreadsheet RAS over-expressed
P53 tumor expresses up-regulated or down-regulated? More like dysregulated i.o.w out of balance.
In yeast and fungi, the Ras signalling casscade determines gene expression while attenuating growth as well as morphogenetic transformations in response to different environmental conditions.
48 min Regulation of mRNA Translation by Signaling Pathways
modulating phosphorylation status = energy =fine tuned and malfunction leads to cancer (but just smack it with a blob on Synthetic lipid that encases mRNA -she’ll be right mate-lolz).
Don’t worry we thought of everything:
51 min Immune modulatory effects of oncogenic KRAS in cancer
Some alterations induced by oncogenic KRAS mutations in cancer promote tumour cell proliferation (mitogenic effects), whereas other immune-modulatory effects allow the tumours to evade immune-mediated attack by creating an immunosuppressive microenvironment
55 min Increased PD-L1 surface expression on peripheral blood granulocytes and monocytes after vaccination with Sars-CoV2 Mrna or vector vaccine
PD-L1= Programmed death-ligand 1. A protein that acts as a kind of “brake” to keep the body’s immune responses under control.
Up regulation PD-L1 lowers TCell responses to tumors
57 min Bombshell paper
Nuclear translocation of spike mRNA and protein is a novel pathogenic feature of SARS-CoV-2
Both the MRNA and the protein that it expresses can cross the nuclear membrane
therefore nuclear integration.
1:03 min SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine is re-adenylated in vivo, enhancing antigen production and immune response
Adenylation is an elegant biological process used to chemically activate carboxylate substrates by condensing them with ATP to liberate pyrophosphate.
The poly-A tail is a long chain of adenine nucleotides that is added to a messenger RNA (mRNA) molecule during RNA processing to increase the stability of the molecule. The poly-A tail makes the RNA molecule more stable and prevents its degradation. Additionally, the poly-A tail allows the mature messenger RNA molecule to be exported from the nucleus and translated into a protein by ribosomes in the cytoplasm. https://www.nature.com/scitable/definition/poly-a-tail-276/
1:07 min MicroRNA video
Biogenesis of MiRNAs and mode of action
Understanding the pathway leading to the formation and function of microRNA
All the videos are on the substack
1:18 min natural RNa is proof read but the synthetic version is not proofread and can be frameshifted transcription errors misreading which means protein misfolding neurodegenerative disorders.
1:25 min Quantum microRNA Assessment of COVID-19 RNA Vaccine: Hidden Potency of BNT162b2 SASR-CoV-2 Spike RNA as MicroRNA Vaccine
Built into the genetic code of the spike protein are mimickry like microRNAs
There are inverse microRNAs that will cancel each other out (lolz)
1:30 min Inhibition of miR-21 Regulates Mutant KRAS Effector Pathways and Intercepts Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Development
What can happen if you over or under express….
An RNA hairpin is an essential secondary structure of RNA. It can guide RNA folding, determine interactions in a ribozyme, protect messenger RNA (mRNA) from degradation, serve as a recognition motif for RNA binding proteins or act as a substrate for enzymatic reactions.
Short hairpin RNAA short hairpin RNA or small hairpin RNA (shRNA/Hairpin Vector) is an artificial RNA molecule with a tight hairpin turn that can be used to silence target gene expression via RNA interference (RNAi)Expression of shRNA in cells is typically accomplished by delivery of plasmids or through viral or bacterial vectors. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_hairpin_RNA
mIRN21 is one of the most frequently up-regulated miRNAs in solid tumors
1:34 min How do microRNAs regulate gene expression?
miRNAs (microRNAs) are short non-coding RNAs that regulate gene expression post-transcriptionally. They generally bind to the 3'-UTR (untranslated region) of their target mRNAs and repress protein production by destabilizing the mRNA and translational silencing. The exact mechanism of miRNA-mediated translational repression is yet to be fully determined, but recent data from our laboratory have shown that the stage of translation which is inhibited by miRNAs is dependent upon the promoter used for transcribing the target mRNA. This review focuses on understanding how miRNA repression is operating in light of these findings and the questions that still remain.
1:37 min Circulating extracellular vesicle microRNAs associated with adverse reactions, proinflammatory cytokine, and antibody production after COVID-19 vaccination
An in silico pipeline approach uncovers a potentially intricate network involving spike SARS-CoV-2 RNA, RNA vaccines, host RNA-binding proteins (RBPs), and host miRNAs at the cellular level https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36066672/
Our in silico analysis could aid in shedding light on the potential effects of exogenous RNA (i.e. viruses and vaccines), thereby improving our understanding of the cellular interactions between virus and host biomolecules. Finally, using the computational approach, it is possible to obtain a safety assessment of RNA-based vaccines as well as indications for use in specific clinical conditions.
miRNAs as a Potential Biomarker in the COVID-19 Infection and Complications Course, Severity, and Outcome
1:45 min after 2nd shot of BNT162b2 oncogenic miR-21 is significantly upregulated
The microRNA’s detected in the plasma of pregnant women who had recieved three doses of the Moderna.
1:56 min Lifelong epigenetic changes
KRAS Hijacks the MicroRNA Regulatory Pathway in Cancer
2:00 min miR-16 and miR-21 Expression in the Placenta Is Associated with Fetal Growth
2:03 min Nucleotide Modification Alters MicroRNA-Dependent Silencing of MicroRNA Switches
2:06 min Turbo cancer (stabilized miRna21)
Lost three years on the epigenetic clock
2:09 min Longitudinal Study of DNA Methylation and Epigenetic Clocks Prior to and Following Test-Confirmed COVID-19 and mRNA Vaccination
2:13 min miR29 dysregulated
Epigenetic Changes Mediated by MicroRNA miR29 Activate Cyclooxygenase 2 and Lambda-1 Interferon Production during Viral Infection
Skewed fate and hematopoiesis of CD34+ HSPCs in umbilical cord blood amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
We detected upregulation of miR-29s and miR-142-3p during myeloid differentation in leukemia cell lines and CD34 hematopietic stem/progenitor cells
2:43 min Point of care vaccines – they will spin up a personalized vaccine for you at the pharmacy.
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. (Ps 139:14)
Life is far more complex than they think. Fools rush in were angels fear to tread…but this is worse…much worse because it cannot all be put down to incompetence. They knew and they are experimenting on us.
So, we know it all do we? pic.twitter.com/Ndw6FuPfw7
— Elijah (@CherithElijah) May 4, 2023