Boy, this technology around genes is evolving very fast and getting cheaper.
Gene Regulatory Networks In The Bee Brain Linked To Behavior — September 26, 2011
A new study reveals that distinct networks of genes in the honey bee brain contribute to specific behaviors, such as foraging or aggression, researchers report.
… common, naturally occurring behaviors are under the influence of discrete regulatory networks in the brain. It confirms, scientists say, what years of research into the brain and behavior seemed to indicate:
- There is a close relationship between changes in gene expression
- which genes are actively transcribed into other molecules to perform specific tasks in the celland behavior. Continue reading
When in doubt go the opposite of your strongest feelings and emotions, ideologies, accepted wisdom and experts. That’s what the research says.
Some warning signs here — pay attention. excerpted from Psychiatric Times
There is a clinically identified emotional “trigger state” that puts individuals with suicidal ideation at increased risk of acting on their ideations.
60% of the completed suicides are successful on the first attempt. Continue reading