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To: Polarik

Ping for your intel on this thread .... Why no Mexican genes?


32 posted on 04/28/2009 4:34:44 PM PDT by Centurion2000 (We either Free America ourselves, or it is midnight for humanity for a thousand years.)
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To: Centurion2000

Read this post of mine.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2239787/posts

Pigs are required to combine the Avian, Swine, and human influenza into a hybrid that can pass itself from human to human.

I have no doubt that this was created in a lab, and dumped in the worst pig stye in Mexico.

Launching in Mexico makes a lot of sense from a terrorist’s point of view because (a) Mexico City is one of most densely populated placs on Earth - so right there you have the potential to infect a lot of people in a short amount of time.

If this thing spreads up through Northern Mexico, the infected illegals will br running over our border looking for medical care. Bingo! US national emergency requiring troops at the border.


33 posted on 04/28/2009 7:19:34 PM PDT by Polarik (Forgeries are forever)
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To: Centurion2000; LucyT

FROM PROMED

Raul Rabadan, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
1130 St. Nicholas Ave

My group and I are analyzing the recent sequences from the isolates in
Texas and California of swine H1N1 deposited in National Center for
Biotechnology Information (NCBI)

The preliminary analysis using all the sequences in public databases
(NCBI) suggests that all segments are of swine origin. NA and MP seem
related to Asian/European swine and the rest to North American swine
(H1N2 and H3N2 swine viruses isolated since 1998). There is also
interesting substratification between these groups, suggesting a
multiple reassortment.

We are puzzled about sources of information that affirm that the
virus is a reassortment of avian, human and swine viruses. It is true
that the H3N2 swine virus from 1998 and 1999 is a triple reassortant,
but all the related isolates are found since then in swine.


34 posted on 04/28/2009 8:19:14 PM PDT by Polarik (Forgeries are forever)
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