Better Life and Business: Cell, Brain, Mind and Sex Universal Laws

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Branko Souček

DOI: 10.2174/97816080549471130101
eISBN: 978-1-60805-494-7, 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60805-713-9



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The Genetic Intelligence Organization GENIO

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Branko Souček

Abstract

Background and Purpose: This work develops the new genetic intelligence theory as a complement to the genetic code theory. </p><p> Material and Methods: The genetic intelligence is organized in the nested, fractal sequences composed of links. The links are compared with the mapped genes on the chromosomes of Drosophila fruit fly. </p><p> Results: The key and context links: GENIO, 1250 nm; BRAG brand the features, 3.64 nm; AMAG amass the chunks, 25.5nm; MAG master the associations 178.5 nm. Some links are related to the genes; the rest is related to the domains inside longer genes and to the signaling pathways. The frequency of cell consciousness is 5.6 cycles per 1000 nm. </p><p> Conclusions: The cell internal language organization, meters and associations constantly trigger and organize the neighboring genes, within the link information sign set LISS. These links grow in many different ways and do quite different things, say, in fruit fly, mouse and human. GENIO leads the transmission of information from DNA to the protein assembly area, that determines the fate of groups of cells and they become irreversibly specialized. In the neural cell, GENIO is within the dendrite inputs-axon output loops; it can block or start the synaptic vesicles release.

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