Archive for the 'Generative Medicine' Category

Feb 09 2012

Practical Glycomics

Peter D’Adamo, ‘Practical Glycomics’ (10/23/11) Initial hour of six-hour, day-long seminar done for the UB Nutrition Institute, October, 2011. Peter D’Adamo, Flying Spines (1981)

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Dec 21 2011

Concept Nodes

This entry is about an editing function in QUODLIBET. QUODLIBET is a computer program that creates, edits and queries biomedical networks. In addition to providing information about genetic-protein-phenotype interactions QUODLIBET also allows for additional information to be harvested, including data on the effects of natural products on gene-protein expression.  We are always looking for volunteers […]

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Nov 12 2011

Beautiful Data

It has been said that if one really wants to learn something, they should teach it. However we may want to expand that aphorism, to perhaps if one really wants to learn something, they should teach it, organize it or animate it. The commonality between science and art is in trying to see profoundly – […]

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Oct 29 2011

The Recipe Inside The Recipe

A n insignificant percentage of the total amount of DNA is devoted actual gene function. The most common protein recipe in the human genome is not even for a human protein, but rather an enzyme commonly used by viruses to copy them called reverse transcriptase, an essential part of the toolbox used by the AIDS […]

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