RNA-mediated molecular epigenetics and virus-driven entropy

2016-07-29T16:18:07Z (GMT) by James V Kohl
<p>Energy-dependent molecular epigenetics support Einstein's complete molecular mechanical theory via established links from microRNA flanking sequences to DNA base pair substitutions and amino acid substitutions in adhesion proteins. The adhesion proteins include heat shock proteins that link the epigenetic landscape to biophysically constrained nutrient-dependent RNA-mediated protein folding chemistry and cell type differentiation via the structure and function of supercoiled DNA. Einstein's theory fits into the context of Darwin's "conditions of life" via the de novo creation of nucleic acids; the nutrient-dependent function of the ribosome; and the de novo creation of olfactory receptor genes.  De novo gene creation is the "holy grail" of biophysically constrained chemistry and biologically-based cause and effect. The discoveries reviewed here link the nutrient-dependent microRNA/messenger RNA balance from metabolic networks to genetic networks and to healthy longevity or virus-driven pathology in the context of what is known about all model organisms. <br><b></b></p>