Wednesday, October 04, 2017

PRIZE NOBEL in MEDICINE ,2017





NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE AND PHYSIOLOGY, 2017

How to interpret the fact that all living organisms (plants, animals and humans), must to anticipate and adapt their physiologies to the sequential, environmental changes caused by the succession of day and night, which in turn induce adaptive body changes (higher or  lower temperature, lower or higher levels of hormones, blood pressure, alertness levels, or altered  behaviors)?. This is a necessary question in the case of studies that, over many years, have proved the existence  -at least until now- of 3 pairs of genes with their respective encoded proteins that allow the corporal adaptations referred  and that have allowed to  3 American scientists: Jeffrey C. Hall (Brandeis University, Waltham), Michael Rosbash (BrandeisUniversity) and Michael W. Young (Rockefeller University, NY), get the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology, 2017, for their  discoveries of the molecular mechanisms that control the circadian rhythm. 1-An interpretation is that we -humans- are adaptive, autonomous, programmed biomachines, that we have biological plasticity and that free will, should be rethought. 2-If the environment influences us to the point of manipulating our genes, then, the medicine based on colors, and others related would have their reason for being. 3-Considering that some diseases are produced by defective genetic adaptations to the environment, then the care and improvement of the environment should be part of medicine.4-On the other hand, the genetic mechanism that generates proteins (that are elaborated at night and that are degraded during the day), and which promotes the adaptation of our physiology to environmental changes is an example of autonomous biological engines, which although not yet created by the human mind, are everywhere present in the human body.

PREMIO NOBEL DE MEDICINA Y FISIOLOGIA, 2017


¿Como interpretar el que todos los organismos vivos (plantas, animales y humanos), tengan que anticipar y adaptar sus fisiologías a los cambios secuenciales, medioambientales, provocados por la sucesión del día y la noche, inductores a su vez de cambios corporales adaptativos (mayor o menor temperatura, menores o mayores niveles de hormonas, de presión arterial, grados de alerta o, que sus conductas se alteren)?. Pregunta necesaria ante  estudios que a lo largo de muchos años han probado   la existencia -por lo menos hasta ahora- de 3 pares de genes con sus respectivas proteínas codificadas que permiten las adaptaciones corporales referidas y que han permitido que 3 científicos americanos: Jeffrey C. Hall (Brandeis University,Waltham), Michael Rosbash  (Brandeis University) y  Michael W. Young (Rockefeller University,NY), obtengan el Premio Nobel de Medicina y Fisiología, 2017, por  descubrimientos de los mecanismos moleculares que controlan el ritmo circadiano. 1-Una interpretación es que seamos biomaquinas adaptativas, autónomas, programadas, que tenemos plasticidad biológica y que el libre albedrio debiese ser repensado. 2-Si, el medio ambiente influye en nosotros al punto de manipular nuestros genes, entonces, la medicina basada en colores y otras  relacionadas, tendrían su razón de ser. 3-Considerando que algunas enfermedades son producidas por adaptaciones genéticas defectuosas al medio ambiente, entonces el cuidado y mejora del ambiente debiese formar parte de la medicina.4-De otro lado, el mecanismo genético que genera proteínas (que se elaboran  de noche y se degradan durante el día) y,  que promueven la adaptación de nuestra fisiología a cambios medioambientales es  ejemplo de motores biológicos autónomos, que aunque aún no han sido  creados  por la mente humana,  están presentes por doquier en el cuerpo humano. 

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