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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2006 10:54

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The video of my presentation at Bio21 is now online at URLs

http://autoimmunityresearch.org/bio21.ram
and
http://autoimmunityresearch.org/bio21b.ram
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http://autoimmunityresearch.org/bio21a.ram

You can download the whole 50 Megabytes of the presentation, which is worthwhile if you want to view it more than once, from the URLs
http://82.192.67.82/downloads/bio21.rm or
http://autoimmunityresearch.org/bio21.rm or
http://www.borelioza.tivi.pl/downloads/mp/bio21.rm

More details can be found in the flyer at URL http://autoimmunityresearch.org/Marshall_Bio21_flyer.pdf

: 20 page PDF transcript, aprox 5MB
(Suggested: PC users right click, choose "save target as" or "save file as" and open from saved location. Mac users Cmd+Click and choose "save to desktop," then open downloaded file.)

The scientific content is somewhat similar to the presentation I gave at AAEM in October, but several key slides have been added, and the emphasis has been changed to more basic science, in keeping with the University audience. This is essentially the same content as in the presentation I had given at Australian National University's John Curtin School of Medical Research on the previous day.

Note particularly the new slide at 10:45 into the presentation, explaining why antibodies are not what makes Th1 patients so sick.

The Foundation has produced a DVD containing the AAEM presentation, this Bio21 presentation, and my FDA 'Visiting Professor' presentation, and this DVD is being sent to people who request the AAEM presentation on our website.


(those of you who have recently been sent the AAEM talk will (eventually) be updated with the new DVD)

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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2006 12:46

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Wrotek's mirror

http://autoimmunityresearch.org/bio21.ram

Last edited on Thu Dec 7th, 2006 13:17 by Prof Trevor Marshall



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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2006 13:18

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Thanks Wrotek :)

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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2006 13:27

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My pleasure :)



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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2006 23:37

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Another mirror HTTP:
http://autoimmunityresearch.org/bio21b.ram
The full download link is at:
http://82.192.67.82/downloads/bio21.rm
MD5 checksum: 70554ef2d70135b520dd1a972b8af378 (size: 52,7 MB)


Free Realplayer software to play the video on Windows OS:
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/Real_Alternative.htm

Last edited on Fri Dec 8th, 2006 00:21 by Prof Trevor Marshall

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Thanks, Jeroen:)

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Dr Marshall You have  shown that Olmesartan docks to MRSA genome. I am wondering if vitamin D has affinity to bacterial genome receptors ?



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Great work Dr. M. Not to be critical, but you seem even more relaxed and confident in your presentations. Thanks so much for working so well. I also want to say that i'm really fascinated and intrigued watching the Q&A stuff at the ends of your presentations. Sometimes i'm flabbergasted at some of the questions you receive. I think watching you answering questions from physicians and scientists gives me more insight into the science. I come up against questions from others around me and sometimes find it difficult to answer in a clear and concise way. It would be really cool to get an "out takes" film of you answering questions.....

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I enjoyed this presentation, less details so I was able to understand it better than the AAEM. The Q&A at the end was very helpful.



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Trevor,what a compelling video.Is it OK to forward it to Kraft and let them know that they face potentially devestating consequences if/when the class action suits start flying? This video, I'm sure, would be a dream come true for any class action attorney.



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I think it is better to keep a low profile with Kraft right now. In any case, in about a month, the Australian Foundation will be writing about Kraft starting to put Vit D in Australian cheeses too.

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Recently i have encountered movies in new real media file format called RMVB .

The  compression is very good (i don't see any significant loss of quality) and the files are much smaller. For example full length movie (when the same movie in divx format would have 700MB)  may have 500 MB or less, if it is cartoon it can have as low as 300MB (the lowest i saw were about 250MB ).

Since MP presentations are built basically from static slides , this RealMedia Variable Bitrate (RMVB) file format may be a very usefull tool for saving web space.

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Wrotek, I have been using 2-pass, variable birate, encoding:)

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Ah, ok. I am curious what RMVB is exactly then.



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I downloaded this, which took ages, and I didn't have time to watch it.  Now I can't find it!  Neither can 'search' - it brings it up in Temporary Internet Files, but when I try to open it, it just opens Real Player which says it can't find the clip.  The shortcut I put on the desktop can't find it either.  Any suggestions from all you computer buffs out there? :(

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Julia i see two possibilities why this happened .

1) U downloaded ram extension file which is for streaming only

2) u clicked on rm file with Your left mouse button and chose "open", when u should click right mouse button on it and "save as".



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Trevor, I really like the feedback loops you've made. Those help so much to understand. Anyway, I would like to know more about plasmids and how they interact pathogenically. I'm really having a tough time trying to figure out what they do and how they do it, etc. For me, when I try and think about the pea-soup theory the words 'unified theory' come up in my mind. 

I read something about Copper ion dumping in response to TB infection. Is this just a novel mechanism for targeted drug therapy? Does innate immunity and proper receptor functioning trump just about everything when we talk about curative therapy? 

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Wrotek,

Trevor said:
You can download the whole 50 Megabytes of the presentation, which is worthwhile if you want to view it more than once, from the URLs http://82.192.67.82/downloads/bio21.rm or http://autoimmunityresearch.org/bio21.rm or http://www.borelioza.tivi.pl/downloads/mp/bio21.rmThe first two links didn't work for me, so I clicked on the third.  I left-clicked, but it didn't give me any options, just started downloading to 'temporary folder'.  It took about half an hour, so surely it must have put it somewhere, even if I didn't specify 'save as'?

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I am intrested in plasmids too, particulary how they are shared with other bacteria species and if Borrelia "blebs" have something to do with plasmids.

How plasmids are beeing picked up by other bacteira ?

Julia, do it again with third link but this time click right mouse button on it and choose "save as". What U did is u saved files to temporary internet file folder where it was deleted after u used it.

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Hi,

So I just watched your video- very interesting as usual. If I understand correctly, are plasmids just part of a bacteria ( not actually living) but the body reacts to them as an infection, or are they in fact alive?

At the end of your seminar, the host seemed, well, a bit skeptical it seemed. Maybe it was shock- lol. Did you have any further conversations with him? What did he and others at the conference think?  It was a bit disheartening that he still mentioned your ideas as "radical" and that you might have a long road to hoe. Ah well maybe, as they say, nothing worthwhile in life comes easy,


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