Nalin Ranjan to British Neuroscience Association
Global Brain Drain on Health
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist
British Neuroscience Association
Why Dolphin genes are healthy than humans genes?
I am surprise to see an article today titled as “Dolphin genes could help treat kidney failure” appeared in ‘The Times of India dated 28-2-2017 A New York statement stating “A new database of genes from the bottlenose dolphin may unveil clues to treat diseases such as stroke and kidney failure in humans, say scientists who have mapped all the proteins found in the marine mammal. Researchers have just finished creating a detailed, searchable index of all the proteins found in the bottlenose dolphin genome.
A genome is the complete set of genetic material present in an organic. The project is built on years of marine mammal research and aim to provide a new level of bio-analytical measurements. Comparing the proteins of humans and these other mammals is providing research with a wealth of new information about how the human body works.
Since researchers have just completed a detailed searchable index of all the proteins found in the bottlenose dolphin genome. Now I would like to give a clear picture ‘why dolphins genes are healthier compared to humans genes, though they look similar to humans. In spite of heavy mass dolphins’ organs are quite healthy than the humans organs and they seemed to live longer than humans because of enormous energy they create by interchanging positive negative images as their eyes are powerful and wide apart. Same thing applies even for elephants. The enigma lies in my website titled as “How elephants avoid deadly diseases?” can be assessed from here
The fins and the tails play a healthy role for dolphins
For dolphins advantages are more and they swim vast places in sea one of the aerobatic way of diving protecting the kidney and heart and even other organs and excess proteins (Vanin-1) are produced due to enormous energy they hold in mitochondrial cells plays a vital role for these genes. And the reason given by Ben Neely is not true for protein (vanin-1) production which is caused by stopping of blood and oxygen flow. But the real cause might be due to exertion of the body mass. Moreover dolphin exerts the whole body mass in jumping over the sea surface and apart from this, it wags its tail and fins all the time in the water by floating. This floating mechanism with tail and fins keeps the body hale and healthy through motor cells leaves no room for stress for the body and the brain that makes the dolphin to jump now and then above the surface of water. Since, it develops excess energy for the brain and the body. Thus, it avoids most of the diseases in marine mammals.
Let this beauty speaks itself in life.
Brain Research Work
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson, Scientist from United States (New York)” on 28-2-2017
Copy of this report posted to "Dr. Stephen Hawking, Scientist" of London” on 28-2-2017
Copy of this report posted to “University of Leeds Neuroscience” on 28-2-2017
Copy of this report posted to “National Stroke Association” on 28-2-2017
Copy of this report posted to “Glaucoma: Are You at Risk” on 28-2-2017
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Michio Kaku, Scientist from United States (California)’ on 28-2-2017
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Jennifer Klay, Asst. Professor of Physics at California Polytechnic State University” on 28-2-2017
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