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They found more than 400 different mutations in 139 genes that play a role in people's risk of catching viruses -- a finding that may also help explain why some people sail through flu season unscathed while others seem to catch every bug around.
Researchers from the Scientific Institute IRCCS, Milan University and the Politecnico di Milano analysed the genomes of 52 populations from different parts of the world with exposure to a wide range of viruses over 200,000 years of human evolution.
Originally posted by berrygurrl
....everything is energy and vibrates at a certain frequency.....The Human range of emotions really affects ones vibratory level...
The chart goes like this:
1000 - Ultimate Consciousness
700+ - Enlightenment
600 - Peace
540 - Joy
i guess i just dont see what your post has to do with DNA?
But the syncytin genes we use today may have actually replaced an
ancestral one that a virus bequeathed to the very first placental mammals. In fact, that infection may have made the placenta possible in the first place. “It was a major event for animal evolution,” Dr. Heidmann said.