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home:patients:assessing_literature [10.17.2018]
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sallieq [Problematic conclusions about human biology]
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   -[[home:​patients:​assessing_literature:​animal_models|Animal models]] do not always accurately represent human biology. In fact, murine (mouse) models are particularly problematic as the murine Vitamin D Receptor is not analogous to the human Vitamin D Receptor in [[home:​publications:​marshall_days_of_molecular_medicine_2008|some key respects]]. ​   -[[home:​patients:​assessing_literature:​animal_models|Animal models]] do not always accurately represent human biology. In fact, murine (mouse) models are particularly problematic as the murine Vitamin D Receptor is not analogous to the human Vitamin D Receptor in [[home:​publications:​marshall_days_of_molecular_medicine_2008|some key respects]]. ​
   -Only certain bacteria grow in an //​[[.:​assessing_literature:​in_vitro_studies#​in_vitro_studies|in vitro]]// environment. Many fastidious forms of bacteria can only grow in the conditions offered by the human body.   -Only certain bacteria grow in an //​[[.:​assessing_literature:​in_vitro_studies#​in_vitro_studies|in vitro]]// environment. Many fastidious forms of bacteria can only grow in the conditions offered by the human body.
-  -[[home:​pathogenesis:​kochs_postulates|Koch'​s postulates]],​ the theory that a single species of pathogen causes a single disease ​is plainly ​wrong and continues to be embraced, despite strong evidence to the contrary.+  -[[home:​pathogenesis:​kochs_postulates|Koch'​s postulates]],​ the theory that a single species of pathogen causes a single disease ​appears ​wrong but continues to be embraced, despite strong evidence to the contrary.
   -//​[[:​home:​patients:​assessing_literature:​in_vitro_studies#​in_silico_studies|In silico]]// studies are a valid way to model the interactions between molecules and nuclear receptors.   -//​[[:​home:​patients:​assessing_literature:​in_vitro_studies#​in_silico_studies|In silico]]// studies are a valid way to model the interactions between molecules and nuclear receptors.
   -Studies touting a therapy against chronic bacterial infections which doesn'​t demonstrate some manner of [[home:​mp:​immunopathology|immunopathology]],​ or bacterial die-off, are not demonstrating that recovery is possible.   -Studies touting a therapy against chronic bacterial infections which doesn'​t demonstrate some manner of [[home:​mp:​immunopathology|immunopathology]],​ or bacterial die-off, are not demonstrating that recovery is possible.
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