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Electrophilicity: the “Dark-Side” of Indole Chemistry

Electrophilicity: the “Dark-Side” of Indole Chemistry | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

Indole is by far one of the most popular heterocyclic scaffolds in nature. The intriguing and challenging molecular architectures of polycyclic naturally occurring indolyl compounds constitute a continuous stimulus for development in organic synthesis. The field featured a formidable boom across the new millennium when catalysis started revolutionizing the chemistry of indole, providing always more convincing and sustainable solutions to the selective “decoration” of this pharmacophore. A common guideline of these approaches relies on the intrinsic overexpression of electron density of the indole core. Over the past decades the “dark-side” of indole reactivity: electrophilicity, has been elegantly investigated, providing chemically competent towards the realization of specific interatomic connections that would be difficult to obtain by means of conventional indole reactivity. The present MiniReview article wishes to summarize the major findings that brought the research area from the pioneering findings in the 60s to the state of the art.Indole is by far one of the most popular heterocyclic scaffolds in nature.

 

Marco Bandini  

Org. Biomol. Chem., 2013, Accepted Manuscript


DOI: 10.1039/C3OB40735G


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For the conclusion of this synthesis to be utilized in coloring dyes, vitamin supliments, textiles and dogfoods and to furthur the medicinal expance, I am also convinced that the same molecular compounds may be found without the extensive processes required. Organic sythesis occurs best when allowed to do so in nature.

 

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Better Health with 5 breaths a day!

What would five conscious breaths a day do for you? Would you drink stale water from a glass with week-old water? Why give your tissues stale breath? Watch f...

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We should share some original findings. Healing our self is a state of mind and accomplished through inner reflection. Energy flows where it is directed and governed by conscious thought...
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Flossing for Health, Flossing for Life...

Flossing for Health, Flossing for Life... | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

For many years now flossing has been an after thought to most people. Vanity and emphasis on great looking teeth has out shined the idea of a healthy mouth. In most circumstances the only time dental floss is dug out of that junk drawer, purse or Console in the car, is when some item of food is lodged between the teeth and we cant seem to remove it any other way...

The typical US. household spends nearly 100 time more on Teeth Whitening, Breath Freshening and Powered Tooth Brushing systems than they do on flossing products or interdental cleaning implements. 

In consideration of statistics based on consumer research from the American Dental Association and the National Institute for Dental Research, the act of flossing is just not very high on the priority list of Personal Oral Hygiene. In fact, on average only 20% of Americans floss on a regular daily basis despite the constant urges of the professional Medical and Dental communities.

Failing to floss is not always do to a lack of concern for ones overall general health, but rather a lack of understanding or belief as to the importance and real world benefits the task has to offer in a long term integral oral care routine.

The idea of flossing is not a pretty one and there is nothing glamorous about it at all. The act, and ending result for the 80% who fail to floss daily is nothing short of disgusting. Bleeding gums and wafting odors that are most unpleasant permeate the air and in some cases even induce vomiting. It is only through regular flossing sessions that these and other more disturbing  attributes begin to diminish and overall improvement to ones oral health begins to become evident.

Society, market trends and lack of education are major contributors to how the average person formulates his or her opinion on the topic of flossing.

While your sitting at home watching TV. surfing the internet or at the movie theater, how many times have you seen a commercial for a dental flossing product?    Answer...You don't.

Flossing does not offer instant gratification or beautiful pearly whites, but if you would like to hold onto them for many more years and perhaps even extend your life, then consider finding a way to incorporate flossing into your daily routine. Your family might just thank you and your dentist will eventually charge you less for shorter visits.

 

 

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Social Media is Hard: The 2013 Landscape of Social Networks in one Infographic

Social Media is Hard: The 2013 Landscape of Social Networks in one Infographic | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
After almost two-and-half years, it is with great pleasure that I officially unveil the fourth edition of The Conversation Prism. Viewed and downloaded millions of times over, The Conversation Prism

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Val Stilwell MSCS's curator insight, July 22, 2013 10:45 AM

A bit of perspective but don't get overwhelmed!

Witmer Group's curator insight, December 7, 2013 2:31 PM

LOVE this visual!  

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Very cool.

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10 Ways for Men to Prevent Cancer Today

10 Ways for Men to Prevent Cancer Today | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
Sweat Daily In a University of Vermont study, the fittest men were 68 percent less likely to develop lung cancer and 38 percent less likely to develop colorectal cancers than the least active men—and those who developed cancer had better outcomes if they exercised regularly.

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The Deadlift: 3 Reasons Why Just Picking Up Heavy Things Replaces Most of Your Gym

The Deadlift: 3 Reasons Why Just Picking Up Heavy Things Replaces Most of Your Gym | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
The deadlift may be the simplest and easiest exercise to learn in all of barbell training. You pick up a loaded barbell and set it back down, keeping the bar in contact with your legs the whole way. T

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'Vigorous exercise' cuts flu risk

'Vigorous exercise' cuts flu risk | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

Doing at least two and a half hours of vigorous exercise each week cuts the chance of developing flu, new data suggests.

 

Around 4,800 people took part in this year's online Flu Survey, run by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

 

Moderate exercise did not appear to have a protective effect, the researchers said.


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Regular exercise may not prove to prevent common sickness, but the feeling of accomplishment and wellbeing brings a state of mind that helps push through a potential sickness ultimately reducing recovery time.

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Ellen Diane's curator insight, March 17, 4:52 AM

I have heard too much exercise can lower yr immune system

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nancercize's curator insight, March 19, 6:30 PM

That's a lot of exercise! 

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TALE nickase mediates high efficient targeted transgene integration at the human multi-copy ribosomal DNA locus - Biochem. BioPhys. Res. Comm.

TALE nickase mediates high efficient targeted transgene integration at the human multi-copy ribosomal DNA locus - Biochem. BioPhys. Res. Comm. | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

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Wu et al, 2014

Although targeted gene addition could be stimulated strikingly by a DNA double strand break (DSB) created by either zinc finger nucleases (ZFNs) or TALE nucleases (TALENs), the DSBs are really mutagenic and toxic to human cells. As a compromised solution, DNA single-strand break (SSB) or nick has been reported to mediate high efficient gene addition but with marked reduction of random mutagenesis. We previously demonstrated effective targeted gene addition at the human multicopy ribosomal DNA (rDNA) locus, a genomic safe harbor for the transgene with therapeutic potential. To improve the transgene integration efficiency by using TALENs while lowering the cytotoxicity of DSBs, we created both TALENs and TALE nickases (TALENickases) targeting this multicopy locus. A targeting vector which could integrate a GFP cassette at the rDNA locus was constructed and co-transfected with TALENs or TALENickases. Although the fraction of GFP positive cells using TALENs was greater than that using TALENickases during the first few days after transfection, it reduced to a level less than that using TALENickases after continuous culture. Our findings showed that the TALENickases were more effective than their TALEN counterparts at the multi-copy rDNA locus, though earlier studies using ZFNs and ZFNickases targeting the single-copy loci showed the reverse. Besides, TALENickases mediated the targeted integration of a 5.4 kb fragment at a frequency of up to 0.62% in HT1080 cells after drug selection, suggesting their potential application in targeted gene modification not being limited at the rDNA locus.


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STEM App Collection: The Amazing Digestive Journey - TeachThought

STEM App Collection: The Amazing Digestive Journey - TeachThought | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

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Kathy Lynch's curator insight, March 14, 7:24 PM

Tip o the Hat to John Evans!

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Closing the Gender and Minority Gap in Computer Science - Mind/Shift

Closing the Gender and Minority Gap in Computer Science - Mind/Shift | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
A great discussion around the need for coding and programming in schools, and how to reach girls and minorities, on Science Friday.

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Better late than never!

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The Number One Mistake Everybody Makes on Twitter

I can't believe that so many people misunderstand a super fundamental piece of Twitter's functionality. It's shocking.
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13 #E-learning theories

13 #E-learning theories | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
E-learning theories are not new theories, but rather e-enhancements of existing learning theories (Mayes and de Freitas, 2004).  They form “sets of beliefs: about the nature of knowledge and compet...

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All new concepts should be accepted in the course of higher learning. Enlightenment begins with an emty cup...

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Karine Thonnard's curator insight, October 4, 2013 6:13 AM

Belle mosaïque pour faire le point et réfléchir. Il faut sortir de notre zone de confort pour s'adapter, cheminer et mieux répondre aux besoins d'aujourd'hui!

 
ech08ravo's curator insight, December 1, 2013 7:24 PM

Seriously worth printing our at high-res to digest...

Designing for Learning's curator insight, December 2, 2013 8:37 PM

Sometimes it's worth reflecting the range of ways in which learning has been considered over time. I don't think it's going to become any less complex as we explore both new paradigms and interactions between old ones.

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First surgery transmitted live via Google Glass | KurzweilAI

First surgery transmitted live via Google Glass | KurzweilAI | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

Dr. Kaeding wearing Google Glass while performing surgery Dr. Christopher Kaeding, a surgeon at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, is the


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Biomimetics: It Looks Like a Bird, it Acts Like a Bird, But it’s Not a Bird

Biomimetics: It Looks Like a Bird, it Acts Like a Bird, But it’s Not a Bird | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

"The industry of robotics is an ever changing, constantly progressing field in which engineers and programmers manage to combine their efforts into some tangible form of technology. Every new advancement seems almost unreal when the time is taken to consider all the pieces that must work in perfect unison to complete even the most basic of tasks. Perhaps the pinnacle, the robotic field, is the emerging specialty of biomimetics. Biomimetcs, as the name suggests, focuses on recreating the traits and abilities of biological systems in the form of materials and machines. The machines that fall into this category range from winged flight machines to tactilely sensing robots to robotic pack-mules."


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Robotics will see an emerging technological change with the real addition of AI. The better program is able to adapt and begin to show actuall signs of cognetive reaction rather than a programed one. The emergence of a Bio-Digital Consciousness is not as far off as one might think.

 

Art, Music and general creativity are what the next generation of AI implements and Robotics are truely focused towards. I am all for having creations create, but we had better keep a living close eye on what we allow our creations to aspire to be...

 

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Flossing for Health, Flossing for Life...

Flossing for Health, Flossing for Life... | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

For many years now flossing has been an after thought to most people. Vanity and emphasis on great looking teeth has out shined the idea of a healthy mouth. In most circumstances the only time dental floss is dug out of that junk drawer, purse or Console in the car, is when some item of food is lodged between the teeth and we cant seem to remove it any other way...

The typical US. household spends nearly 100 time more on Teeth Whitening, Breath Freshening and Powered Tooth Brushing systems than they do on flossing products or interdental cleaning implements. 

In consideration of statistics based on consumer research from the American Dental Association and the National Institute for Dental Research, the act of flossing is just not very high on the priority list of Personal Oral Hygiene. In fact, on average only 20% of Americans floss on a regular daily basis despite the constant urges of the professional Medical and Dental communities.

Failing to floss is not always do to a lack of concern for ones overall general health, but rather a lack of understanding or belief as to the importance and real world benefits the task has to offer in a long term integral oral care routine.

The idea of flossing is not a pretty one and there is nothing glamorous about it at all. The act, and ending result for the 80% who fail to floss daily is nothing short of disgusting. Bleeding gums and wafting odors that are most unpleasant permeate the air and in some cases even induce vomiting. It is only through regular flossing sessions that these and other more disturbing  attributes begin to diminish and overall improvement to ones oral health begins to become evident.

Society, market trends and lack of education are major contributors to how the average person formulates his or her opinion on the topic of flossing.

While your sitting at home watching TV. surfing the internet or at the movie theater, how many times have you seen a commercial for a dental flossing product?    Answer...You don't.

Flossing does not offer instant gratification or beautiful pearly whites, but if you would like to hold onto them for many more years and perhaps even extend your life, then consider finding a way to incorporate flossing into your daily routine. Your family might just thank you and your dentist will eventually charge you less for shorter visits.

 

 

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Andrew Barlay, Barlay Industries

CEO / Founder / Ergofloss Inventor

 

www.ergofloss.com  (site to be back up soon)

andrewbarlay@yahoo.com

Twitter@ergofloss
http://www.facebook.com/pages/ergoflosscom/559830197381694

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7 things you should know to create a more engaging Facebook Page

7 things you should know to create a more engaging Facebook Page | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
If you're after a more engaging Facebook page, these 7 stats might change the way you approach it.

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Sometimes, I feel that facebookers are not so inclined to engage topics that actually make a point or have a meety content...

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Ally Greer's curator insight, March 10, 1:02 PM

While most of these stats aren't exactly new, it's always good to be reminded of what works and what doesn't - especially when you're trying to up the engagement on your Facebook page.


For me, I'm consistently trying to increase engagement so that I have a higher reach which ultimately will lead to higher brand awareness and hopefully conversions into users/paying customers.


One thing I learned from this post that I didn't know before is that use of the words "should and would" garners more responses than "why and how." I think it's because the reader is given the opportunity to give valuable advice, rather than just asking a question. I will definitely be using this technique.


What's your number one technique for increasing Facebook engagement?

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6 ways to rethink corporate knowledge sharing

The quest to effectively share knowledge within a company is one that still appears elusive. How do you keep on top of your competitors’ developments? How do you monitor articles that mention your brand? How do you make sure your teams get the information they need to make decisions and to learn? 

While we never had more ways to disseminate intelligence and knowledge within companies, it's easy to feel overwhelmed so that we're still often perceiving a lack of communication in the corporate world.


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malek's curator insight, March 19, 7:22 AM

How to move from knowledge hoarding to knowledge sharing in  organizations?

José Antônio Carlos - O Professor Pepe's curator insight, March 19, 7:54 AM

O uso da curadoria para auxiliar a gestão do conhecimento corporativo.

Terry Yelmene's curator insight, March 20, 5:05 AM

This is a simple breakdown of the problem-prospective solution mechanics involved in organizational information sharing - nice!

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Working Long Hours Is Hazardous to Your Health and Your Productivity

Working Long Hours Is Hazardous to Your Health and Your Productivity | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
We've already shattered the myth that longer working hours somehow means you're more productive —the truth is usually longer hours mean less good, solid work.

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The app 28 million fitness freaks use

The app 28 million fitness freaks use | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
It's connecting some of society's most competitive people.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, March 17, 8:28 PM

apps for fitness....never ending

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Five exercises for the 30% who never exercise

Five exercises for the 30% who never exercise | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

About 30% of Britons never exercise, according to research by Mintel. But what can people do to get slightly fitter without incurring costs, inconvenience or embarrassment, asks Lucy Townsend.


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William Payne's curator insight, March 15, 6:30 AM

Even walking in ten minute intervals has beneficial health effects

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Molecular Cell: Direct Regulation of the NADPH Oxidase RBOHD by the PRR-Associated Kinase BIK1 during Plant Immunity (2014)

Molecular Cell: Direct Regulation of the NADPH Oxidase RBOHD by the PRR-Associated Kinase BIK1 during Plant Immunity (2014) | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

The rapid production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) burst is a conserved signaling output in immunity across kingdoms. In plants, perception of pathogen-associated molecular patterns (PAMPs) by surface-localized pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) activates the NADPH oxidase RBOHD by hitherto unknown mechanisms. Here, we show that RBOHD exists in complex with the receptor kinases EFR and FLS2, which are the PRRs for bacterial EF-Tu and flagellin, respectively. The plasma-membrane-associated kinase BIK1, which is a direct substrate of the PRR complex, directly interacts with and phosphorylates RBOHD upon PAMP perception. BIK1 phosphorylates different residues than calcium-dependent protein kinases, and both PAMP-induced BIK1 activation and BIK1-mediated phosphorylation of RBOHD are calcium independent. Importantly, phosphorylation of these residues is critical for the PAMP-induced ROS burst and antibacterial immunity. Our study reveals a rapid regulatory mechanism of a plant RBOH, which occurs in parallel with and is essential for its paradigmatic calcium-based regulation.


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Steve Marek's curator insight, March 13, 6:54 AM

Elegantly simple and effective.  What about other PRRs?

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Chromone: A Valid Scaffold in Medicinal Chemistry - Chemical Reviews

Chromone: A Valid Scaffold in Medicinal Chemistry - Chemical Reviews | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

Chromones are a group of naturally occurring compounds that
are ubiquitous in nature, especially in plants. The word
chromone is derived from the Greek word chroma, meaning
“color”, which point out that many chromone derivatives can
exhibit a diversity of colors.


Alexandra Gaspar †‡, Maria João Matos †‡, Jorge Garrido †§, Eugenio Uriarte ‡, and Fernanda BorgesChem. Rev., Article ASAPDOI: 10.1021/cr400265z
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Cost Of Iraq & Afghanistan Wars Is Absolutely Staggering - YouTube

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Heart Disease - Tips Guide And Advice

Heart Disease - Tips Guide And Advice | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
Heart disease is one of the most serious health problems of our times. What are the warning signs, and how can you reduce your risk?
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The warnings we all see are being ignored. The culmination of all disease has origions of a simple place, the mouth. What happens in the mouth, does not stay in the mouth. As the first order of digestion, osmoses and and bio saturation are parralel. to check Oral Bacteria is to check Disease.

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Top 10 Reasons to Smile

Top 10 Reasons to Smile | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it
Smiling not only makes us look younger and more attractive, it also brings numerous health benefits. Put on a smile on your face with these ten benefits of smiling.

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A smile lends opportunity for significant change on a cloudy day. Light may always shine in the darkest hour where we cast a happy gaze. Good vibrations are extremely contagious...

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, August 28, 2013 1:51 PM

When we smile our body is sending the rest of us a message that "Life is Good!" Stay away from depression, stress and worry by smiling.

—Mark Stibich


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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, August 28, 2013 1:52 PM

I am smiling as I post this  8-)

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Divin: A Small Molecule Inhibitor of Bacterial Divisome Assembly

Divin: A Small Molecule Inhibitor of Bacterial Divisome Assembly | Flossing & Health | Scoop.it

Bacterial cell division involves the dynamic assembly of division proteins and coordinated constriction of the cell envelope. A wide range of factors regulates cell division—including growth and environmental stresses—and the targeting of the division machinery has been a widely discussed approach for antimicrobial therapies. This paper introduces divin, a small molecule inhibitor of bacterial cell division that may facilitate mechanistic studies of this process. Divin disrupts the assembly of late division proteins, reduces peptidoglycan remodeling at the division site, and blocks compartmentalization of the cytoplasm. In contrast to other division inhibitors, divin does not interact with the tubulin homologue FtsZ, affect chromosome segregation, or activate regulatory mechanisms that inhibit cell division indirectly. Our studies of bacterial cell division using divin as a probe suggest that dividing bacteria proceed through several morphological stages of the cell envelope, and FtsZ is required but not sufficient to compartmentalize the cytoplasmic membrane at the division site. Divin is only moderately toxic to mammalian cells at concentrations that inhibit the growth of clinical pathogens. These characteristics make divin a useful probe for studying bacterial cell division and a starting point for the development of new classes of therapeutic agents.

 

Ye-Jin Eun†, Maoquan Zhou†, Daniela Kiekebusch‡§, Susan Schlimpert‡, Rishi R. Trivedi†, Somenath Bakshi, Zhou Zhong†, Taylor A. Wahlig†, Martin Thanbichler‡§, and Douglas B. WeibelJ. Am. Chem. Soc., Article ASAPDOI: 10.1021/ja404640f


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Accute observation requires a more narrow window of finite substanciation.

The current studies are rather obtuse, and need years, if not decades of furthur research.

Bacteria are rampid and multiply, as well as mutate at an exponential rate. To eliviate their build up,one must do so mechanically and chemically through a regimin of consistancy.

Flossing is a great begining and anti bacterial submersion is certainly a solid medical recomendation.

All which begins in our mouths, translates to a completely systemic yet periferal infection within 8 hours of injestion.

These conditions are known as Inflamatory Responses. IDS is allways a time crunch depending on the Host and chronological factoring of the bacterial culprate.

 

 

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