Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by natasa778, Sep 8, 2016.
full text http://www.newmicrobiologica.org/PUB/allegati_pdf/2016/3/237.pdf
from the same team, also just published
Transcriptional activity of human endogenous retrovirus in Albanian children with autism spectrum disorders
good finds, however I disagree with them as far as genetic influences without environmental exposure playing a role, logic says whenever a whole family suffers like illnesses maybe they should consider looking at where they all spend the most time, and environmental exposure studies on identical twins has shown that you can have genetics that make you seceptable to certain diseases but they may never come about without a environmental exposure to bring it about. I am glad to see this and I hope many more studies like this come out because it's obvious that something causes mental illnesses other than abuse or high stress situations, and if someone wanted to say get a clue they might go somewhere where theres some chemicals in use in a closed in building and hang out for awhile and see if it gives them a headacke, for real, it's not rocket science to get a clue on how some indoor environments can affect the brain. people need to start waking up, some schools are the worst and we exspect our children to actually learn something in those nasty environments? I cant even stand to go into some schools because with my hypersensitivities the smells not only make me fell close to passing out but some send my brain to lalaland pretty quickly.
Generic aspects of the airborne spread of human pathogens indoors and emerging air decontamination technologies.
New tales told by old infections
Placenta in females, muscle mass in males: Dual heritage of a virus
Profiling gamma-retrovirus integration sites may be a new tool to identify genes promoting specific cancers
Distinct differences in structure, features of retroviruses
I especially like the one on intergration sites for gamma retroviruses
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