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Glycocalic Bedside Evaluation informs on CIA machinery direction and insertionof newly formed Fe-S clusters into Proteins.

Posted by Stagnaro on 26 Oct 2018 at 12:44 GMT

There is a general agreement that cytosolic and nuclear proteins containing iron-sulphur clusters (Fe-S) are essential for the survival of every extant eukaryotic cell. The biogenesis of Fe-S clusters and their insertion into proteins is accomplished through the cytosolic iron-sulphur protein assembly (CIA) machinery. However, CIA is forming Fe-S clusters starting from a mitochondrial substance provided bu mitochondra, till now scarsely Known, the so-called X- substance (correspondence with Prof. Rolland Lill).
Interestingly, an outstanding question is the way by which the CIA machinery directs and inserts newly formed Fe-S clusters into proteins. Not everyone knows that nowadays Quantum Biophysical Semeiotic allows physicians to evaluate using a common stethoscopy the glycocalix, which can provide information on the structure and function of mit-DNA and n-DNA (1-5). As a consequence, if glycocalix is normal, also CIA machinery directs and inserts regularly newly formed Fe-S clusters into proteins.
References.
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2) Simone Caramel and Sergio Stagnaro Quantum Biophysical Semeiotics of Oncological Inherited Real Risk of Myelopathy: The diagnostic role of glycocalyx. http://www.sisbq.org/uplo...
3) Sergio Stagnaro. Glycocalix Quantum-Biophysical-Semeiotic Evaluation plays a Central Role in Demonstration of Water Memory-Information. www.sisbq.org. 19 July, 2011.http://www.sisbq.org/uploads/5/6/8/7/5687930/wmi_glycocalyx.pdf
4) Sergio Stagnaro and Simone Caramel (2011). Skeletal Muscle Cell Glycocalix Evaluation during CFS Treatment corroborates Andras Pellionisz’s Recursive Fractal Genome Function Principle. http://www.sisbq.org/uplo...
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