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Dictyostelium Found In Morgellons Sufferers
By Jan Smith
The reason that dictyostelium discoidium is important is because this cellular slime mold has unique properties that lend itself to mutating other substances. These eukaryotic microorganisms have a simplistic genetic makeup and produces what are know as chemotaxis.
Dictyostelium is utilized in many labs to specifically mutate other material. Dictyostelium has an amoeba form along with many other stages of varied shapes and configurations as the individual cells emerge into groupings that look like larger single entities.
"Dictyostelium amoebae grow as separate, independent cells but interact to form multicellular structures when challenged by adverse conditions such as starvation. Up to 100,000 cells signal each other by releasing the chemoattractant cAMP and aggregate together by chemotaxis to form a mound that is surrounded by an extracellular matrix. Processes depend on cell communication in Dictyostelium.
Many of the underlying molecular and cellular processes appear to have arisen in primitive precursor cells and to have remained fundamentally unchanged throughout evolution. Basic processes of development such as differential cell sorting, pattern formation, stimulus-induced gene expression, and cell-type regulation are common to Dictyostelium. It is used in gene research as well as other uses" (dictybase.org).
Even if you have never before heard of dictyostelium discoidium you may be quite impressed to go to this huge website that is a well- funded and part of the Human Genome Project and NIH. This cellular slime mold is a major player in many aspects of medicine and cell research. It is a good bit of information to have for future reference. I encourage everyone to take a look at photos and videos of this substance at http://dictybase.org/
The many configurations of Dictyostelium:
Each shape is comprised of hundreds to thousands of single motile amoeba cells acting in unison to form each of these configurations.
Thesebacteria eating amoeba may be linked to the presence of two novel types of bacteria recently found in the blood of Morgellons victims by Clifford Carnicom.
Take a good look at the photos below. There is a definite presence of Dictyostelium in the tissue from Morgellons victims. The human body could not normally provide the necessary bacteria needed to feed dictyostelium. Is there a larger plan in the works to maintain a balance of chemistry with various pathogenic ingredients which are now being forced upon us with chemtrail chemicals and tainted food? Is there a long-term plan in progress to implant humans with devices to control or harm us?
Could it all ready too late?
Dictyostelium Discoidium Life Cycle
cAMP receptor 1 (cAR1) of Dictyostelium couples to the G protein G2 to mediate activation of adenylyl and guanylyl cyclases, chemotaxis, and cell aggregation.
I believe that Dictyostelium is just the base of Morgellons Disease. It is unknown what all of the other pathogens mutated in it are but I have found many examples of specimens that appear to be from the oomycota family. That is just for starters. By the way, the oomycota I have identified is a new component for nanotechnology with it's beta 1,3-Glucan components. It makes strong helical structures to support nanotechnology. For more details read: http://www.morgellonsexposed.com/Throwback.htm
Spiral geometry of a signal transmitter cAMP in an amoeba population (Dictyostelium discoidium) leads to chemotactic movements of cells in direction of the spiral core. It is a wave motion.
Streaming pattern of cells towards the aggregation center
Slug, Fruiting Bodies and Mound Phases of Dictyostelium
Jan's Photo Tentacles (dictyostelium)
From: "Texas Medical Center News"
Vol. 21, No. 18 October 1, 1999
Genome Studies of Slug Might be Applicable to Humans
"Dictyostelium consists of only six chromosomes and approximately 8,000 genes. The DNA in those genes comprises 34 million pairs of chemicals called bases that contain instructions for the role each gene plays. "
"By "knocking out" or deleting a gene and observing the effect of the mutation on Dictyostelium's development, Dr. Kuspa can determine the gene's function. It takes only a month to generate a mutation in Dictyostelium, but in a more complicated genome, such as that of a mouse, the process can require six months to a year.
"We have developed methods that enable one laboratory researcher to mutate 100 Dictyostelium genes within a month," Dr. Kuspa says."
Frequencies What are They and Who is Receiving Them
Going back a couple of years to the nano devices that were Identified on my body there was a common thread in the these of devices I was able to identify. They were found under the heading of Communications devices. For full details seehttp://www.morgellonsexposed.com/LivingWithANightmare.htm
Oscilloscope Photos Taken of 2 Morgellons Sufferer
These oscilloscope photos are from two different Morgellons sufferers. To obtain the result shown, the leads from the machine were held in each hand by the test subjects. Several oscilloscopes were used to insure uniform results. The signals appear to be in the satellite range according to the electronics expert who did the testing.
In previous years I found nano communications devices that were identified as communication devices.
Thumbnail of nano device marked with X is a match. 200x
Close-up of copper convex orb 200x
Fig. X
ADVANCED MATERIALS on http://www.morgellonsexposed.com/LivingWithANightmare.htm For full download
This nano array is likely to be for communications-
In which directions I don't know ?
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