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International Congress on Autoimmunity 2012, Granada
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Dr Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Sat May 19th, 2012 17:33

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Not really. FDA does not live is a world of reality - their world is still framed in 20th century concepts... and self-delusion about what a good job they are doing delivering drug-solutions to the public...
 

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 Posted: Sat May 19th, 2012 19:33

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Dr. Marshall,
What you all are doing is really tough. I am amazed at how far you have been able to get so far. In the mean time my life has been saved, that I know.
Very best regards,
Mike



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 Posted: Sun May 20th, 2012 12:51

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Great presentations:)
Thanks for opening a new world Dr. Marshall.

The best weekend entertainment is your presentation and an episode of "Real time" with Bill Maher:p

And good luck with the Federal Dope Administration:|



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 Posted: Sun May 20th, 2012 22:50

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A PDF transcript of my plenary presentation is now available at:
 
http://AutoimmunityResearch.org/transcripts/Auto2012_Marshall_plenary.pdf
 
..Trevor..
 

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 Posted: Mon May 21st, 2012 02:17

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I just watched the presentation. The most engaging yet. They should have given you an extra 20-30 minutes just to answer questions. The only question asked, about why not to use "vitamin D" to activate the VDR instead of Olmesartan, you answered by talking about how, at the concentration needed to compete with the microbes, 1,25D would knock out other important receptors. Is it still your opinion that 25,D blocks the VDR as well (which is what I assumed the questioner was referring to)?



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 Posted: Mon May 21st, 2012 02:41

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I doubt the questioner had ever thought about 25-D blocking the VDR. It was strange that anybody could have thought we would not have answered such a basic question in our earlier papers. Oh well...
 

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 Posted: Mon May 21st, 2012 07:00

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I would like to relay my impression of Trevor's presentation with a slightly less than formal expression that you might find in my previous posts...


DAMN!!!! THAT WAS BADASS!!!!!!!:D:D:D:D:D



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 Posted: Mon May 21st, 2012 14:15

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Hi all,

There is a paper out in science, here is the sciencedaily article.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/05/120518132832.htm

Especially look at a the sentence:

- The scientists discovered one genetic variant every 17 bases

Now, they also state that there are 3 billion base-pairs. Going from that, one could argue that 3 billion divided by 17 yields the average number of SNPs in a human genome:

- 176,470,588

umphhhhhhhhhhhh

If you think of the two essentially homologous receptors Trevor shows in his presentation, the ATRII type 1 receptor and the E-Coli one ...

Not a word about possible 'presence of' or even 'contamination by' microbial DNA however ...

They still say that SNPs play an important role ...  more than 176 million ?  Talking about infinite complexity ...  and tunnel vision .....

Am I missing something ?

Best, Frans

PS tried tinyurl, somehow didn't work ...

Last edited on Mon May 21st, 2012 14:22 by Frans



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 Posted: Tue May 22nd, 2012 00:11

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What a dynamic zesty presentation! Dr Marshall delivered the 'merchandise' :)



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