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comment Physiological markers of some antibiotic resistance and DNA?
@Chris You do not understand what is time-frequency plane. You quantify what you want by it. Take data of electric activity of the forearm. Start case of parasympathetic activity. See the plane. Do the same in some antibiotic resistance which specifically has been reported cause peripheral neural problems. You see the difference in T-f plane.
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comment Physiological markers of some antibiotic resistance and DNA?
@Chris Time-frequency plane where is one strict uncertainty principle. You write [bacteria --- mak[e] us thick]. What is your reference?
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comment Physiological markers of some antibiotic resistance and DNA?
@Chris Yes, it is possibly you are right. However, without further energy spectrum studies, I will not say to either directions. Antibiotics resistance may have some effect on physiologic markers but current technology has not managed to show it. Someone writes that antiobiotic resistance has an effect on fat metabolism. If so, then, it also can be recorded better.
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comment Physiological markers of some antibiotic resistance and DNA?
@Chris Yes, this is what literature says. I just say I do not know. Using combination of workout and gene expression on antibiotic resistance may work but not alone. This is only early hypothesis. I will think this further later better.
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comment Can a single axon propagate multiple simultaneous action potentials?
Clarified. I am speaking about time-frequency pictures for axons. To have such pictures of each axon can show you clearly which simultaneous action potentials are possible.
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comment Nasal Chronic Inflammation after influenza virus
@Chris Thank you for your comment! I think the point is that no local IgA in nasal region but humeral cell-mediated immune response. Better now?
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revised Nasal Chronic Inflammation after influenza virus
one fix but not sure yet about the point there completely
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comment Physiological markers of some antibiotic resistance and DNA?
@WYSIWYG How. This, I cannot say here. I hope here will be some researchers with strong Math background who have done work with energy spectrums on different physiologic systems and with antibiotics.
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comment Physiological markers of some antibiotic resistance and DNA?
@Chris Yes, of course, but I am looking here mechanisms of fine regulation! Those bacteria are expressed in our body. That has an effect to our body. It would be very useful to have a physiologic measure of such events. Note this is just research discussion on idea level. No one has worked and/or found such a measure yet. Fine-regulation level is a completely different space where to look at.
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comment Effect of Western chicken and GH
Thank you for your excellent answer with indepth knowledge in the area! I will discuss this issue with my teacher more detail what he meant. Is there anything else used in the growth which may be more harmful for people, in contrast to pork -industry? I cannot think anything.
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comment Effect of Western chicken and GH
@GriffinEvo Yes, I know that there is much myths and hearsay about this. I want evidence based thinking. The main argument is that chicken meat growth needs GH, but pork not, therefore GH is used in chicken.
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