Originally posted by zzxxll at 2009-4-24 03:12
We all have some DNA and RNA in our cell. Where are the junk DNA?
everyone of us develops from a fertilized egg(embryonic stem cell), but, do you know how the doctors deal with the Virus? or, the patients were just paranoid and ignorance to the Issue? Do you trust the all infomaion you get from text books or the mass media or the intenet?
Junk DNA is basically non-functional or unknown function sequence found in a genome or chromosome. Much of it is remnant material left by viral interaction. Its full purpose and effect is unknown, but it is very possible that its introduction may have led to evolutionary mutations over the years.
I think you need to be more specific with the term "Virus". Are you speaking of a specific virus (as in HIV) or only in general.
Ignorance can only be overcome with knowledge, but it must fully accessible to all (at light speed) if it is to succeed against rumor and misinformation (which often seem to move faster than light ).
Depending on the seriousness of the case and the education level of the patient, it may be necessary to keep a closer watch on some patient's treatment than others (especially in the case of self-administered medication).
Knowledge is only as good as its source. If you believe everything, then you will know nothing.
Find accredited sources that depend on pure scientific principle (whose funding is diverse). When sources become inindated with political or religious influence, move them to the bottom of your source list.