Alternative splicing of pre-mRNA

Where do sex differences come from?

3/22/17 Study identifies brain cells involved in Pavlovian response

“The mice learned to associate the new scent with food, just like Pavlov’s dogs,” said Masmanidis, who is also a member of UCLA’s California NanoSystems Institute and Brain Research Institute. “Our next step was to uncover what happens to the Pavlovian response when we silence different groups of cells in the striatum.”

Classically conditioned responses link the experience-dependent de novo creation of G protein-coupled receptors from food odors and pheromones to the physiology of reproduction via everything known to serious scientists about biologically-based biophysically constrained energy-dependent fixation of RNA-mediate amino acid substitutions in supercoiled DNA.

The fact that people still pretend that all this is not known — two decades after it was detailed in the context of our 1996 Hormones and Behavior review — attests to the overwhelming ignorance of theorists.Their next trick appears to be this symposium in the 2 days preceding the “March for Pseudoscience” on Earth Day.

Sex Differences: From Neuroscience to the Clinic & Beyond April 20-21, 2017

This guarantees the participation of more pseudoscientists during the “March for Science” in Washington. Watch for any of the speakers to appear and attempt to continue supporting the nonsense about sexual differentiation as if they did not know it was nutrient energy-dependent and pheromone-controlled in species from microbes to humans via RNA methylation, learning, and memory.

Sex Differences: Where Do They Come From?

Arthur Arnold, PhD (UCLA)
“A General Theory of Sexual Differentiation”

Geert DeVries, PhD (Georgia State University)
“Sex Differences in the Brain: A Whole Body Perspective”

Margaret McCarthy, PhD (University of Maryland)
“Neuroinflammation, Neuroepigenetics and Male Vulnerability”

Stress, Disease, and Trauma

Sabra Klein, PhD (The Johns Hopkins University)
“Sex Differences in Immune Responses and Inflammation”


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