Tag Archive: intercellular

Archive for Sexology. Author’s copy: The Mind’s Eyes (21092 words)

social interaction and brain

The Archive for Sexology where the author’s copy of this award-winning article has been available for several years has been solely supported for 10 years by the efforts and expenses of Professor Erwin Haeberle. I learned that he is unable…
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Physics, Chemistry, and Molecular biology (PCMb)

human-evolution

Physics, Chemistry, and Molecular biology (PCMb) link ecological variation to ecological adaptations via a model of gene-cell-tissue-organ-organ system complexity that I first presented in 1992. After adding gene activation by pheromones, I co-authored a book that linked the pheromone-controlled physiology…
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Sensing and secreting: Darwin’s ‘conditions of life’

terrarium eco system

Combinatorial Communication in Bacteria: Implications for the Origins of Linguistic Generativity Excerpt: “…in order to understand the evolutionary origins of human communication and language, the most insightful comparisons will be with the cognitive mechanisms that make ostensive and hence linguistic communication…
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Targeting a cancer gene

human-evolution

‘Undruggable’ mutation meets its match: Six-year effort yields first drug to target important cancer gene See also: Drug discovery: Pocket of opportunity[subscription required] Excerpt: “.,.the non-mutated protein is the beating heart of cell signalling, but mutated versions are the villainous…
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The smell of cancer

What Does Cancer Smell Like? By VERONIQUE GREENWOOD Published: November 19, 2013 Excerpt:  Diseases can subtly alter people’s fragrance. In the normal course of metabolism, thousands of waste products are swept out in our breath, blood and urine, or simply…
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