Morgellons caused by agrobacterium? Smithkline has the antibiotic!



Well, our old friend Smithkline has the antibiotic for agrobacterium
which has been identified by SUNY researchers in Morgellons
lesions...... it makes ya wonder.. are "they" making us sick so "they"
can sell us the expensive patented cure?

Here's more info on the agrobacterium connection posted by scythian:


Posted on 09/28/2006 9:22:11 PM PDT by Scythian


Sorry about the caps, this is the way it was posted:

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I HAVE BEEN DOING AN ETIOLOGY OF MORGELLONS

MY FINDINGS ARE VERY IMPORTANT FOR ALL AFFECTED WITH THIS NEW DISEASE
(MUTATION). I AM 99.9% POSITIVE OF MY FINDINGS FOR ALL AFFECTED IT IS
VERY IMPORTANT TO HAVE A GENETIC/DNA TEST DONE(PERFORMED BY THE *BLAST
METHOD*) TO FIND OUT YOUR GENETIC STATUS

ALL MORGELLON SUFFERES WILL FIND THAT THEY HAVE A PLANT GENE GROWING
IN THEM IT IS CAUSED BY USE OF GMO'S(GENETICALLY MODOFIED ORGANISM'S)
THAT ARE IN 68% OF USA'S FOOD CHAIN IT IS PRODUCED BY THE USE OF
*AGROBACTERIUM TI* THAT IS USED FOR PURPOSES OF PLANT BREEDING

IT HAS ALSO BEEN PROVED BY A GERMAN DOCTOR AND HIS COLLEAGES BACK IN
2001 TO HAVE A MUTATION WITH HUMAN DNA WHEN PUT TOGETHER IN A PETRI
DISH THE *AGROBACTERIUM TI(TI STANDS FOR TUMOR INDUCING)-DNA ATTACHES
ITSELF TO HUMAN DNA AGROBACTERIUM IS MADE UP OF DIFFERENT PROMOTERS
AND GENES

--CaMV 35S(CAULIFLOWER MOSAIC VIRUS)-A PROMOTER KAN GENE(FOR
RESISTANCE TO ANTIBIOTICS) PAL-840-(FROM A PLANT CASSAVA) GUS-( A
PROMOTER USED AS A VISUAL MARKER-PRODUCES STRONG COLORS)

THIS IS THEN PUT IN A BACTERIUM---E COLI FOR GROWTH (MULTIPLICATION
THAT IS ACTUALLY GROWN IN KANOMYCIN--AN ANTIBIOTIC--INSURING THAT ONLY
STRONGEST CELLS SURVIVE) WE THE CONSUMERS EAT PRODUCTS ON A DAILY
BASIS THAT CONTAIN THESE GENETICS--THE FDA APPROVED IT--ALL TO MAKE
THE BIG BUCK

IT IS MOST URGENT THAT IF YOU ARE A MORGELLON SUFFERER YOU NEED TO
HAVE THIS TEST PERFORMED ASAP WE ALSO NEED TO BAND TOGETHER TO GET
LEGISLATURE TO PASS A BILL MANDATING THE LABELLING ON ALL FOOD THAT
USES GMO'S IT WILL BE DEVASTATING IN THE YEARS TO COME I AM PURSUING
THAT AVENUE ALSO WE ACTUALLY NEED TO STOP ALL THIS BIOTECHNOLOGY ALL
TOGETHER AS SOON AS THIS ALL COMES OUT IN THE OPEN I BELIEVE THERE
WILL BE CONSEQUENCES TO BE PAID I'M TALKING MASS LAWSUIT---ENOUGH SAID
TO ALL MORGELLON SUFFERERS HELP IS ON THE WAY

IT IS NOT A PARASITE NOR WORMS IT IS NOT A BUG NOR IS IT CATCHY

THIS MUTATION THAT I SPEAK OF IS A STRAIN FROM THE GMO*AGROBACTERIUM
TI*

TO FIND OUT IF YOU HARBOR IT YOU SIMPLY HAVE A DNA TEST PERFORMED IT
IS REAL---I KNOW MY SISTER HAS IT--AS WELL AS 3 OTHERS I KNOW ONE A
NURSE THE OTHER A DOCTOR IT IS NOT A DELUSIONAL PROBLEM----ALTHOUGH IF
I HAD IT --IT WOULD DRIVE ME THERE!!

I'VE WRITTEN TO THE FDA---THERE RESPONSE WAS THAT IF SOMEONE WILL BE
GETTING FINGERS POINTED AT IT WILL BE THE INDIVIDUAL MANUFACTURERS NOT
THE FDA

I THINK WE CAN SEE BY THIS REACTION THEY KNOW IT'S COMING!!

PEOPLE---WE NEED TO NOT LET THE UNEDUCATED AND UNAWARE BRING YOU
DOWN---DO NOT LET THEIR HARSH WORDS UPSET YOU ---THEY ONLY DO NOT
UNDERSTAND

BUT---DOWN THE ROAD WHEN IT HAPPENS TO THEM OR THEIR LOVED ONES THEY
WILL THEN FEEL MORE INFORMED AND NOT SOO IGNORENT

ALSO MANY MORGELLON SUFFERERS ARE BEING DIAGNOSED WITH SUPPOSED LYME
DISEASE WHICH THEY FIND IN BLOOD SAMPLES MY RESEARCH ON THIS IS THE
BACTERIA THEY FIND IN THE BLOOD THAT IS CAUSED BY *COLLEMBOLA* NOW SEE
IF YOU CAN PRONOUNCE THIS BABY***BACTERIA STRENOTROPHOMONAS
MALTOPHILIA** IS ALSO DERIVED FROM----PLANTS

MONICA Posted by MONICA VALITON in MASSACHUSETS on Tue Sep 26, 2006 at
04:49 AM

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"Tumor-Causing Plant Bacteria May Infect Human Cells"
Emma Patten Reuters Health News January 31, 2001

NEW YORK - A soil bacterium that causes lumpy tumors on plants may be
able to 'jump kingdoms' and insert its tumor-causing DNA into human
cells, new research findings suggest. The bacterium, called
Agrobacterium tumefaciens, contains a small piece of DNA that can
insert itself into the DNA of a host cell and initiate a tumor.
Agrobacterium is already known to cause plant tumors, but researchers
wanted to test whether the bacterium could similarly insert its DNA
into human cells.

Dr. Vitaly Citovsky from the State University of New York, Stony
Brook, and colleagues found that the plant bacterium was able to
attach to human cells and insert its DNA into human cells just as it
does with plant cells. Whether Agrobacterium is dangerous to humans is
unclear, however. "Here (insertion of DNA into) human cells has been
observed in laboratory conditions; whether it may be relevant
biologically in nature remains unknown," the researchers note in the
current early edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of
Sciences.

"Our experiments were done under laboratory conditions," Citovsky told
Reuters Health. "In nature, I do not believe Agrobacterium represents
a danger. However, for people who work with large concentrations of
this bacterium, for example researchers or certain agricultural
workers who deal with heavily infected plants, it may be prudent to be
careful or at least aware,'' he said.

One implication of this study, said Citovsky, is the potential for
genetic flow between bacteria and animals. Another implication is that
the basic biochemical and cellular reactions involved in the
Agrobacterium-plant cell interaction probably exist in the animal
kingdom as well.

"Presently, it appears that Agrobacterium is the only example of trans-
kingdom DNA transfer," Citovsky said. "I do not rule out other
possibilities but there are no data. Of course, what can be done once,
can almost always be done again," he added.

SOURCE: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Early Edition

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From The Institute of Science in Society
Until quite recently, the genetic engineering community has assumed
that Agrobacterium does not infect animal cells, and certainly would
not transfer genes into them. But this has been proved wrong.

A paper published earlier this year reports that T-DNA can be
transferred to the chromosomes of human cancer cells [1]. In fact,
Agrobacterium attaches to and genetically transforms several types of
human cells. The researchers found that in stably transformed HeLa
cells, the integration event occurred at the right border of the Ti
plasmid's T-DNA, exactly as would happen when it is being transferred
into a plant cell genome. This suggests that Agrobacterium transforms
human cells by a mechanism similar to that which it uses for
transformation of plants cells.

See http://depts.washington.edu/agro/


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