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  1. Riesensackteil

    Structural analysis of sequence data in virology: An elementary approach using SARS-CoV-2 as an example

    Discussion and outlook "We examined published sequence data (BioProject accession number PRJNA603194 in the NCBI Sequence Read Archive (SRA) database) on the genome sequence for SARS-CoV-2 (GenBank: MN908947.3) using a simple bioinformatics approach. The methods we used are not specific to...
  2. M

    New world religion

    Mods, you can move or delete if this is not allowed here.
  3. TobyBjorn

    Travel, doctor's note of covid recovery?

    The USA is currently requiring citizens to rub their tummy and pat their head in order to come home from abroad. I am quite certain I will be able to simply test negative for Ole 'Rona in the 72 hours before I fly home, but who wants to play fetch if it can be avoided? So I'm hoping to test...
  4. Kvothe

    Reverse-transcribed SARS-CoV-2 RNA can integrate into the genome of cultured human cells

    Remember when they said the idea of vaccine RNA that is build into our DNA is a crazy conspiracy theory, and that such a thing is impossible? Reverse-transcribed SARS-CoV-2 RNA can integrate into the genome of cultured human cells and can be expressed in patient-derived tissues Prolonged...
  5. M

    Anti-Peat SSRIs used to treat Covid-19?

    I don't necessarily agree with this but I do feel it's important to bring in opposing viewpoints. I recently watched a 60 minutes episode where they found an old drug called fluvoxamine that could be used to treat sepsis. This led them to look into its efficacy for treatment for Covid-19. The...
  6. youngsinatra

    List Of Actions To Prevent Severe COVID-19

    I would love to hear your opinions on what practical things, substances, foods, activities one could use to strengthen the immune system, so that a severe case of COVID19 could be prevented? My suggestions would be: • Fat soluble vitamins (A,D,E,K) • Minerals (Cu, Zn, Ca, Mg, K, Na, Se - all...
  7. RealNeat

    LiFi the realistic solution to 5G?

    I do not need 5G nor do I need a world that uses 5G or internet at those speeds. Regardless, its coming and though "the resitance" is fighting it, it seems inevitable. In an attempt to build a new paradigm one of my areas of interest converged with the thought that made this post. Infrared. My...
  8. Arie

    WHO Says Wants To Avoid 'punishing' Coronavirus Lockdowns

    Even the WHO now says lockdowns (as a punitive tool) are a bad idea. Either they don't want to be seen as the perpetrator of the worldwide economic downturn (which will cost millions of lives) or a vaccine is now close to rollout. WHO says wants to avoid 'punishing' coronavirus lockdowns And...