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01/29/2017 3:40 AM

Twisting protein chain: NH2, COOH, PeriodicTable, difference between an Organic Lab and tissue in brain. Capillary tubes, flow of energy. Comparing apple and oranges. However can there be a common bond between chemistry and medical practice?

Photos, X ray photos. Chem lab, physics, engineering. Does >all about cleavage,> flow of energy, disposing of excess amyloids, come into play?

Alzeimer's is a real bear.

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01/29/2017 11:51 AM

What??

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01/29/2017 11:58 AM

Nobody knows if the excess amyloid plaques are a result, or a cause, of Alzheimer's....There are a lot of people working to find out the answers to these questions everyday....

http://www.alzheimers.net/alzheimers-dementia-research-centers-organizations/

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01/30/2017 4:16 PM

In future please post in the right forum section and with sensible titles for your CR4 threads as it can be very difficult to figure out what the heck you are talking about.

This rambling post is a good example and is confusing to we long time CR4 users let alone anyone new to CR4.

all about cleavage

You lost me on this comment.

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01/30/2017 5:52 PM

Wife in Memory Clinic, me in another area, Daughter and son in law same town, Davis, CA. Trying to get squared away with Apple. C&E subscription, Son had a PHD. I did get two C"s and a B in organic chemistry, worked in one bio chem course in the \\\\\\lgot haircut; bank to get a new pin number, cold, cough. breakfast in room, left over for lunch, now nap time. Do not worry, be happy. !! Dive under the wave, do not jump straight up; then watch for the next good wave to body serf onto shore.

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