Prof Trevor Marshall Foundation Staff
Posted: Tue Aug 9th, 2011 05:16
The group at Weill Cornell did not consider the possibility that their testing procedures might be confused by the thousands of other species present along with the Borrelia. I read this report, and although not junk science, it is of little practical use until their procedures become more precise, IMO. They really don't have much of a clue.
Rule #1 - whenever you see the word "antibodies" the research is most probably suspect.
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Location: Ontario Canada
Posted: Tue Aug 9th, 2011 08:06
Interesting Frenchie..thanks for posting this..
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Apr'15-25D= 9.20 ng|1-25D=17.50 pg
Mar'16-25D=63.00 ng|1-25D=42.98 pg
Aug'18-25D=33.60 ng|1-25D=70.83 pg
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Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Posted: Fri Sep 16th, 2011 01:39
Dr Marshall, I saw in Your patent, that on page 3 there is information olmesartan docks into borrelia GPCR receptor.
Is this knowledge current ?
Do we know what this receptor does for borrelia ?
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