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  • The Sherman Institute featured in this story - only native children were not at the school, children who were born "different" due to the Human Mutational Virus were sent there by their families or caretakers, who could not handle having a child who looked so strange in their homes.

    April 2010

  • Wren 2000 Mutational analysis of genes encoding the early flagellar components of Helicobacter pylori: evidence for transcriptional regulation of flagellin A biosynthesis.

    Flagellum evolution -- how's your German? - The Panda's Thumb

  • The Sherman Institute featured in this story - only native children were not at the school, children who were born "different" due to the Human Mutational Virus were sent there by their families or caretakers, who could not handle having a child who looked so strange in their homes.

    The Sherman Institute for Differently-Abled Children

  • The Sherman Institute featured in this story - only native children were not at the school, children who were born "different" due to the Human Mutational Virus were sent there by their families or caretakers, who could not handle having a child who looked so strange in their homes.

    The Sherman Institute for Differently-Abled Children

  • The Sherman Institute featured in this story – only native children were not at the school, children who were born “different” due to the Human Mutational Virus were sent there by their families or caretakers, who could not handle having a child who looked so strange in their homes.

    BOOK VIEW CAFE BLOG » The Sherman Institute for Differently-Abled Children

  • Mutational changes on the nucleotide base-pair level have never been shown to occur only in genes that need modification for survival.

    Analogy, How Scientifically Powerful is It?

  • Mutational changes on the nucleotide base-pair level have never been shown to occur only in genes that need modification for survival.

    Analogy, How Scientifically Powerful is It?

  • Mutational rates of viruses, particularly, have long been suspected not to be accidentally fast, and indeed the rates of mutation are themselves believed to be selected by so-called Darwinian mechanisms.

    Dembski, secret handshakes and Darwinian theory - The Panda's Thumb

  • B Mutational processes rearrange the genes for the proteins, generating novel combinations of binding sites.

    The Edge of Evolution

  • B Mutational processes rearrange the genes for the proteins, generating novel combinations of binding sites.

    The Edge of Evolution

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