Free-Living Infective Supermitochondrial Networks

Free-Living Infective Supermitochondrial Networks

Quantal Perception and Organ Regeneration

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2024-02-21 )

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The endosymbiotic and colonic human archaea secrete RNA and DNA viruses and serves as a reservoir for them. The archaeal viroids secrete enveloped viruses like the SARS, MERS, corona and HIV. The colonic and endosymbiotic archaea also generates RNA viroids which are converted to DNA viroids by colonic epithelial HERV reverse transcriptase and gets integrated into the colonic genome. The RNA and DNA viroids hybridise with the viroidal and bacterial population of the gut microbiome and virobiome - DNA and RNA viruses of the gut leading to generation of new emerging viruses. The archaeal RNA viroids can hybridize with mitochondrial RNA generating new viruses and the free mitochondria can become an infective cell-sufficient viral supporting network. The archaeal RNA viroids hybridizing with mitochondrial RNA can get converted to mitochondrial DNA by reverse transcriptase and can form part of the mitochondrial DNA. They can form supermitochondria and superbugs. These supermitochondria with hybridized with RNA viruses can replicate by fission and fusion and form a web outside the cell structure regulating the body and the brain.

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Ravikumar Kurup
Parameswara Achutha Kurup

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General Natural Sciences