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#79 - yeah i'm lonely. My only interaction with people is one here. … 4 hours ago on Anyone need a friend? 0
#118 - jokes aside, i understand it means that her gender identity ex…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/24/2015 on Ha Straight 0
User avatar #164 - animationhac (05/24/2015) [-]
Demisexual doesnt mean low sex drive. As far as demi means, is that its a person who has to have some sort of strong relationship with a person before they have a sexual drive. Their sexual drives can be small but can also be insatiable they just have to have a deep relationship with you to feel their special area tingle.
#155 - I don't have the worst story on here, and i may come off as a … 05/23/2015 on Friday Night Feels Thread 0
#37 - i remember you tried to care for my banana. 05/12/2015 on Healers +1
#44 - "why would an alien with no concept of coexistence care t…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/11/2015 on Aliens +3
User avatar #51 - traelos (05/11/2015) [-]
>No concept of coexistence
>Diplomacy

These things are mutually exclusive

Bonus points: No concept of husbandry; enslavement
User avatar #52 - carneymaster (05/11/2015) [-]
Diplomacy is the art of telling the other person to go to hell and having them look forward to it.
#41 - yeah they only get 9 or 11  [+] (1 new reply) 05/10/2015 on queeny +17
#42 - uncanny (05/10/2015) [-]
Clever girl
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#27 - I had a dream where i was nursing my newborn son and began to … 05/04/2015 on Adam Sandler 0
#18 - A friend of mine (who works in said professor's lab) is actual…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/03/2015 on The Master Race 0
User avatar #20 - shadowblaziard (05/03/2015) [-]
Glad I found someone in the same field of interest on this site. I also am very interested in genetherapy, the major reason I choose my current education. Also I am familiar with reversed transcriptase. And in theory the potential of genetherapy, if you have a precise injective agent ( like the virus) and knowledge of which part of the genome to "correct" ( for example fix protein deffiencies), can be used so extensively. I've read an article on infants (from which prior to birth was tested that the protein of which the vibrating hairs in the ear where not produced) getting injectec with a lipid vector and being able to hear for a couple of months, the gene modification seemed not to become permanent. After another dose of the same lipid vector the child could hear again for a while, but again the modifications did not seem to stick. I have yet to find a following article.
#14 - if my notes are correct, the viral envelope can come from one …  [+] (4 new replies) 05/03/2015 on The Master Race 0
User avatar #15 - shadowblaziard (05/03/2015) [-]
The apoptosis plasmids principle sounds theoreticly quite effective, if the apoptosis proces is controlled that is. Seems very similar to the cytotoxin principle (released by T-helper cells right?) which works quite well if the body itself regulates it but from what I know if hard to guide when it's induced by a chemical. Btw did not know they could make their envelopes from those source. From what I recall they try to create a far more stable chemical large enough to bind with the outer attachive glycoproteins, one large enough to cover it completely. Those virons will then be studyied further, have forgotten what they intended to do with it next. I do find virology interesting, but it's a lot to grasp in 1,5 hours since the extend of information is so much more than I would have expected.

Also a fun idea (not ethical though and will most likely used for the next decades) I'm assuming you are familiar with the use of using uninfective virus vectors for genetherapy. Then let's say we do manage to stabilise, isolate and inactivate the part that destroys your immune system of HIV virons, would they not be very very useful in genetherapy? I do not know how rapidly HIV "reproduces" , but since it's so infective it would seem to me that I would be very usefull ( if harmless) in genetherapy. If you got confused along the way just tell me and I'll try and clear things up
User avatar #18 - Namezone (05/03/2015) [-]
A friend of mine (who works in said professor's lab) is actually extremely interested in gene therapy using that exact method, and i am as well. HIV would work well for that, but precisely because it isn't very infectious (and so wouldn't jump to targets you don't want it in). It's extremely persistent (but for gene therapy the virus's genome would be altered so it can't replicate), but the virus can only transmit by blood or sexual contact (due to its fragility), and in addition, the virus already integrates itself into host DNA to replicate (with an enzyme called Reverse Transcriptase since it's a retrovirus, RNA genome that integrates into DNA, and while the host cell is creating proteins from its genome it creates virus proteins and RNA which assemble into virions) If you were to do gene therapy, the biggest issues would be:

1: getting it into the right place (HIV doesn't really "care" it just inserts itself into actively transcribed regions of DNA, which would be useless at best and extremely bad at worst for gene therapy)
2: knowing the right therapy to apply (we still don't really know what modifications to certain gene might do)
3: getting the public to agree to it ("You're going to inject me with HIV so my baby is cured of Autism before birth? BUT WHAT IF IT GIVES HIM AUTISM LIKE VACCINES???")

BUT, in theory, it's very possible to do it. And it may (hopefully will!) happen sooner than you'd think.
User avatar #20 - shadowblaziard (05/03/2015) [-]
Glad I found someone in the same field of interest on this site. I also am very interested in genetherapy, the major reason I choose my current education. Also I am familiar with reversed transcriptase. And in theory the potential of genetherapy, if you have a precise injective agent ( like the virus) and knowledge of which part of the genome to "correct" ( for example fix protein deffiencies), can be used so extensively. I've read an article on infants (from which prior to birth was tested that the protein of which the vibrating hairs in the ear where not produced) getting injectec with a lipid vector and being able to hear for a couple of months, the gene modification seemed not to become permanent. After another dose of the same lipid vector the child could hear again for a while, but again the modifications did not seem to stick. I have yet to find a following article.
User avatar #16 - shadowblaziard (05/03/2015) [-]
Only now I see so many mistakes in my text

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User avatar #11 - missingmouse (01/07/2015) [-]
wow...5years
User avatar #12 to #11 - Namezone ONLINE (01/07/2015) [-]
it's pretty sad, huh?

here's to another five
User avatar #13 to #12 - missingmouse (01/07/2015) [-]
It's quite impressive. My last account I was only on here for 2 years.
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Good morning. Have a fantastic day.
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