I concur with your understanding of the text.
In reference thereof: I know that methylation is part of the regulation of gene expression. I just keep wondering if the increased methylation is normal for changed expression-patterns of genes as we switch from growing to maturity. If so, methylation should not be coupled to aging, but to maturing.
Sorry if my english is not up to scratch.
We better watch the dikes for these people might try to create or increase their market!
Living below sealevel, The Netherlands
we've got revolutions the like of which we haven't seen in 40 years.
Did you miss the fall of the Berlin wall and the changes in the eastern europe at the end of the nineteeneighties?
Have they been programmed with a cheerful and sunny disposition?
If so... no thanks.
A law to dictate which supplier to use? That sounds like something from soviet Russia.
Every time I think I remotely understand the US something shows that doesn't make sense.
APL was the main language in our introduction course "bio-informatics" at university (early nineties).
I vaguely remember a keyboard overlay, lots of matrix calculations and lots of complaining why we didnt do a "normal" language like pascal.
Never used it since...
I hope they will put this requirement clearly on the boxes of any DVD/CD media, so I can avoid them.
Yes, I'm one of those people who still prefer to buy games as dvd/cd, mainly because I want to avoid giving out credit card/PayPal information, when I do not have to.
I agree. When you cut down on calories your metabolism drops. I'm not sure about metabolizing muscle though
What's worse is that you find how much energy it costs to maintain a good mood.
It kills your motivation to keep up your diet.
Do you suffer painful recrimination? -- Nancy Boxer, "Structured Programming with Come-froms"