What's happening in New Brunswick?

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What's happening in New Brunswick?

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6 passing and 48 others with this baffling brain disease, that is reasonable amount for population of NB.
https://www.castanet.net/news/Canada/33 ... in-disease
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Rather disturbing when not knowing how it's happening and that young the people are getting sick.

https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/depa ... uster.html
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The federal panel of CJD labcoats said it's not a Prion disease. That's a relief. They did acknowledge that it's characterized by rapid onset dementia, however, which is the literal translation of what Prion diseases are. Food for thought.
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sounds like some kind of poison............
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Do you understand that the analysis is from a "mouse" laboratory in 2019?
We utilized a mouse model of the sCJD subtype MM1, which faithfully recapitulates human disease pathology in a regional- and subtype-dependent manner (7, 8), to investigate the regional- and temporal-dependent disease transcriptome. Transcriptomic profiles revealed regulation of both previously reported prion-associated and novel sCJD-specific related genes. We then confirmed these epitranscriptomic (RNA-editing events) findings in sCJD-affected human brain autopsy material. Our results indicate transcriptome variation, especially at preclinical disease stages of prion-induced pathology, that could clarify contributing mechanisms (i.e., lysosomal, endoplasmic reticulum stress processes) and identify potential therapeutic strategies.
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alanjh595 wrote: Jun 4th, 2021, 12:00 pm Do you understand that the analysis is from a "mouse" laboratory in 2019?
We utilized a mouse model of the sCJD subtype MM1, which faithfully recapitulates human disease pathology in a regional- and subtype-dependent manner (7, 8), to investigate the regional- and temporal-dependent disease transcriptome. Transcriptomic profiles revealed regulation of both previously reported prion-associated and novel sCJD-specific related genes. We then confirmed these epitranscriptomic (RNA-editing events) findings in sCJD-affected human brain autopsy material. Our results indicate transcriptome variation, especially at preclinical disease stages of prion-induced pathology, that could clarify contributing mechanisms (i.e., lysosomal, endoplasmic reticulum stress processes) and identify potential therapeutic strategies.
You're absolutely right, it's probably nothing worth considering.
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Of course it is NOT worth considering.
The paper was written before Covid, after years of research on mice.
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alanjh595 wrote: Jun 4th, 2021, 12:48 pm Of course it is NOT worth considering.
The paper was written before Covid, after years of research on mice.
For sure. Science doesn't take past studies into account, as we all know. Each study stands on its own and pattern recognition is not at all considered, ever. Not to mention baseless animal studies, I mean they're animals and animals, as we all know, are not humans. While we're on the subject, check out this tripe, author is one of those anti-vaxxers no doubt. Also not worth considering, but it is worth a laugh.
https://scivisionpub.com/pdfs/covid19-r ... e-1503.pdf
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I wonder if the pin will point back to the herbicide testing.

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