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- Wed May 23, 2007 12:43 am
- Forum: Genetics
- Topic: multiple DNA in one host, is it possible?
- Replies: 3
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iu read recently, that in the human genome, there are traces of "fossil" virus dna, that infected ancient humans. but why our cells go on a rampage with virus data is unknown to me
as to what was said earlier, i dont believe viruses die because they are not techinically "alive" in the first place. for example chicken pox. once you get it, you dont get it again, although the virus has remained inside of you. only sometimes the virus flares up causing shingles. thus, v...
isnt botox the virus that causes botulism? whats up with that? isn't it dangerous to inject people with a potentially harmful bacteria? or is it a virus? well one or the other its still dangerous
i am very fascinated by amoebas, and ive come across a very interesting one. if anyone can give me link to a website anout the amoeba arcella gibosa, please drop me a line . pm me please