Posted: Jun 23, 2022 1:01 pm
by Truth prevails
Fenrir wrote:"It's a code dude but epigenetics proves it wrong but it's definitely a machine. Fine-tuned bayesian stochastic fractal!!"


Epigenetics bolsters my case, not yours. Epigenetic information exceeds vastly genetic information.

María A. Sánchez-Romero: The bacterial epigenome 14 November 2019
In all domains of life, genomes contain epigenetic information superimposed over the nucleotide sequence. Epigenetic signals control DNA–protein interactions and can cause phenotypic change in the absence of mutation. A nearly universal mechanism of epigenetic signalling is DNA methylation. In bacteria, DNA methylation has roles in genome defence, chromosome replication and segregation, nucleoid organization, cell cycle control, DNA repair and regulation of transcription. In many bacterial species, DNA methylation controls reversible switching (phase variation) of gene expression, a phenomenon that generates phenotypic cell variants. The formation of epigenetic lineages enables the adaptation of bacterial populations to harsh or changing environments and modulates the interaction of pathogens with their eukaryotic hosts.

1.DNA Code sequence

Epigenetic ( beyond or outside the genetic information ) :

1. The 31 Genetic Codes
2. The Adhesion Code
3. The Apoptosis Code
4. The Bioelectric Code
5. The Biophoton Code
6. The Calcium Code
7. The Chaperone Code
8. The Chromatin Code
9. The Circular motif ( ribosome) Code
10. The Coactivator/corepressor/epigenetic Code
11. The Code of human language
12. The Hidden Code within the Genetic Code
13. The DNA methylation Code
14. The Differentiation Code
15. The Domain substrate specificity Code of Nonribosomal peptide synthetases (NRPS)
16. The Error correcting Code
17. The Genomic regulatory Code
18. The Glycomic Code
19. The Histone Code
20. The HOX Code
21. The immune response code, or language
22. The Lamin Code
23. The MeshCODE
24. The Metabolic Code
25. The Myelin Code
26. The Neuronal spike-rate Code
27. The Non-ribosomal Code
28. The Nucleosome Code
29. The Olfactory Code
30. The Operon Code
31. The Phosphorylation Code
32. The Post-translational modification Code for transcription factors
33. The RNA Code
34. The Ribosomal Code
35. The Riboswitch Code
36. The Splicing Codes
37. The Signal transduction Code
38. The Signal Integration Codes
39. The Sugar Code
40. The Synaptic Adhesive Code
41. The Talin Code
42. The Transcription factor Code
43. The Transcriptional cis-regulatory Code
44. The Tubulin Code
45. The Ubiquitin Code