Saturday, June 12, 2021

I don't know what this means but "New discovery shows human cells can write RNA sequences into DNA" is worth looking into/

We already knew that under certain conditions (including infection with HIV, which contains a reverse transcriptase) cells could "write" RNA into DNA.  But I didn't think it happened that often.  

However, according to this paper, a DNA polymerase that is normally present in mammalian cells has this ability too.

If so, it could really put a dent into the injection of mRNA into humans.  Stay tuned.


Anonymous said...

I don't have the expertise to know how much the paper described in this blog post has in common with one that was cited in Stephanie Seneff's big paper on the mRNA injections, namely:

Title: "Reverse-transcribed SARS-CoV-2 RNA can integrate into the genome of cultured human cells and can be expressed in patient-derived tissues"

...but Stephanie draws several frightening inferences from the possibility.

- Moki

Ron Goes said...

Especially when it gets into the ovaries. Good luck keeping your babies; moms to be.