bChs: blue cheese (bchs), Stinky (SnK2), WetNap (Wnp3k)
Synopsis: Under expression disrupts brain cell pooping (autophagy) allowing for the buildup of waxy fat (ceramides) that leads to neurodegeneration like Parkinsons. Glycolipid mutants cause neurodegeneration and cholesterol amperage but the flies are also noticeably more giddy and randy. In humans this might lead to salty ceramides or with overexpression of nonMutant Bleu Cheese we might have less neurodegeneration and cholesterol reduction but also humans noticeably less giddy and randy, more lame with increased life span and expensive greasy synapses. Think slick, neuro-oil.
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bChs GOSPHA Basic Information
Name of Creative Germline Transgenic Human Genome Alternatives Construct:
Flies Are Us: Reassessing Normative Autophagic Neuro Life Extension via Drosophila Blue Cheese Mutant Gene
Neuro Extension Omnipotence Factory Fun (NEO-FFUN), Blue Cheese Mutant Gene Neuro Extension Omnipotence Factory Fun Team 2b (NEO-FFUN2b)
Name of Gene of Study blue cheese (bchs) Mutant gene
How do you usually express yourself Good Sex
What Organism(s) is the Gene Found In? Drosophila
Where in the Organism(s) is the Gene Expressed? Brain
What Does the Gene Do? This is called Gene Action. What is the Action or Effect of the Gene? Causes neurodegeneration due to ceramide build up that disrupts cell autophagic processes Back to the CGCD gene List: CGCBopen
Anonymous Bioart Critique by Mainstreaming Memesplaining and Spleen Maiming Sunday, June 6, 2021 3:53 PM Although I encountered the piece “Stinky (SnK2) WetNap (Wnp3k), Flies Are Us: Reassessing Normative Autophagic Neuro Life Extension via Drosophila blue cheese (bchs) Mutant Human” in person, I wonder if the viewer wouldn’t be better served engaging this particular mutagenic monstrosity from a distance or even virtually. This piece of moist mixed-media engages a variety of senses, but it is your nose that initially establishes contact with this other being. It is hard to determine—even for an accomplished critic such as myself—whether or not the creator of this piece is or ever was aware of their positionally. While the very act of creating and disseminating a transgenic human requires at a level of privilege unthinkable to most humans currently inhabiting the planet, we are never directly introduced with the maker. When I asked the organism itself about its provenance or genealogy, it just replied with the cryptic response “Please don’t recuperate me, boomer.” I indicated that I was in fact “somewhere between Gen. X and a millennial”. And what does the social construction of generational cleavages mean to a transgenic human who has a generation of only itself? This raises the fascinating question of originality. Does this artwork exist as a one-off or is part of a series? Is it a triptych or might it be part of a series of 100 copies? Or perhaps it is merely an artist proof or even a prototype? I myself am not interested in the art market, but certainly some readers will inevitably want to inquire about cost, price and potential value of such an artwork. I hope I need not spell out how problematic this line of inquiry is. Perhaps purchase an NFT of the genetic code of the gene insert to sate your unquenchable desire for the consumption and ownership of living artworks. Back to the work. Two words. It stank.
Method(s) of Transgenesis:
recombinant viruses (sometimes called biological nanoparticles or viral vectors), for instance: adeno-associated viruses (AAVs) (relative of herpes), oncoretroviral, lentiviral retroviruses (i.e. human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes AIDS), adenoviruses, herpes simplex, vaccinia (pox), and human foamy virus.; biolistics; lipofection, including The Center for Alternative Coconut Research's 'Open Source and Topical' Lipofection Massage Cream or Liposomes (cationic) microspheres like they have in those RNA injectable vaccines; HAC, Human Artificial Chromosome also known as the MicroChromosome or #47; aerosol/colonic: on or in mucosal surfaces, such as up the nasal and inhaled into lung mucosa or enema/pneumatic (jet) injection
Safe Harbor Landing Pads to Insert/lnfect the Human Genome:
HsROSA26; subRosa, (sRs), the subRosa "safe" harbor name honors feminist pioneers in art, activism, labor, science, and politics: Rosa Bonheur, Rosa Luxemburg, Rosie the Riveter, Rosa Parks and Rosie Franklin.; Kiy-gh Knock-in [your gene here] designed to Knock-out the gene for gullibility (GUL) during mutagenesis.
chocolate fart olfactory promoter responds to chocolate farts; pLac promoter: eat or bathe in milk, cheese or yogurt and your gene turns on; Synth Cassette-optimized gene control with new inducer(s) of choice, i.e. the sound of frogs or popular condiments like mustard or sriracha mayonnaise, preventing off-target expression and reducing potential side effects of the treatment.; UBC Human ubiquitin C promoter, Ubiquitous in many ways.
Internal Reporter or Marker Genes: RAPD and SSCP, also for for DNA barcoding and Marker-assisted selection, gene mapping, genetic disease analysis and diagnosis. and genetic screening; human dopamine X37 reporter gene, warning head rush; tattletale (TTLTL) DNA that codes for reporter protein molecules; herbicide glyphosate resistance, may inhibit human photosynthesis in some cell types.
Drosophila melanogaster chromosome 2L NCBI Reference Sequence: NT_033779.5 GenBank Graphics >NT_033779.5:5907169-5922776 Drosophila melanogaster chromosome 2L GCTGGAGAAAATTTGGTTCATATTTTCATACGTGAAACAAGATGTAAAACGAGTGCATTTAGGGCCCAAA ATAGTGAAAACTCACACGGGAAACACAATGCTAGCGACGGATAGCAAAAGTAAGTGACGGCTGCACGAAA TAAGCCGGAAAAGTGCATGTGAAAATTTTCAAATTCGACCTATCTGCTGGTTTGTTCAAGGGTGGGTGGC GGGCAGAGAGGCCGAGTGAGAGTACGCGAGAGAGGAAGAAAAATCAATAAAATTGTCGTGAGGCGCGATT GACTGGAGCAAAACAAAGTGCGACACGAAAGAGAGCGCTAAGCGGACTACGAAAAAGCAACAACAGAGCG GCCGTTAGCTGAACCAAATGCGTTGGCAGAAAAGAGAGGTCAGATAGTCGGTAGTTTCAAAGGGAGTTGG AGTAAACAAACAAGTGCGCAATAAGTAAACCAAGAACAGCTGTCTCGCACAAAATGTAAATATTTCCCGA ATATATGGAATAATAACCACTATCGGTTAATCGCTTGCTCGCTATGTAGGCGTACGAATCGAATCGAGTC GGCGACAGAGGCAACGTTCATTCACTCGCGAAAAGTTAATACTCGCACCGAATACAATGATCGCACTTTT CGTGTGATTCACCTCCAGCGGCCGCTAATTAAGGCGGCGGCAGCAGAAATAGAATAGCTGCGAAAACAAG CCATAACGCCAACTGCACTGTGCGCGGTTGTGATTTGGAAGCCACTCAATTGAAAGTGTCAGTGCTGTGC AAATAAATCGCCAAAATATCTCACCTCCAATGTTCAAAAGATACAATATCTACAATAAGCACAGGTTCTA TGGAAACATATGTTTAAATGCGAAGCGACACGTTTTGAACTGAAACCTGCATGAAAGTGGGAAAGTTCAT TAAACTACAGCAGTAAAAAGTTTCAAAATACTATGAAATATCTTTTTACACCTTTATCGAATAATATATA ATCTTTTTAAACGGCATAACATTGTAAACAAGTGAATCACCATTATTAAAACACATGTAGAAAGTGCCAC CCCCTTGCAAAAAAATCAATGACATTCCTCATAGTACAGCCATTAGATTAGTCTTATATTTTGTATTAAG TCAACTTAATTTTCTCTCTTTTAGATTAATCTTACCGCAAATCAACAAACACAAAGATGAATGTAATGCG TAAGCTGCGCGGAGCGGCCAGCGCAGGCAGCGTCAGCGGCAGCAGTAGCGGAACCTCGACGGCGAACAAC AGTTCACCAGGGAGCAGCAGAACGGATGCTGGTGCACCGACCGCTGCAAATGGACGGAATGCGGAGGAGG CGCTGATGGACGCCCGCGTCCAAGTGAGCCTCACCACGCTAAAGAAGCTATTCAACGAATACACTCATCC GCGGGAGCCGCTGAGCGAACAGGAGCGCGATGACAAGCTCTACGAGATGCTGCCCCTCTTCTGCAAAGTG AGTGAATCAGTCGGTATGGAGGAATAGGCCACTAACTCCCCATTCTTACAGGTCTTCAGCAGCTGTCCGT CAAACGACATGAGCGAAAAGTTCTGGGACGTGGTCGCCTTCTGCCAGCAAGTGTCCCGTCTCATGGTCAG CGAAATCCGCAAGCGCGCCTCCAACCAGAGCACAGAGGCGGCATCCATTGCCATAGTCAAGTTTCTCGAG GTGGAAACCACCGAGGAAACCAGCAGCGGATGGATGCTTTTGGCTACCCTCAATTTGTTGGCCAATGGAG ACGTATCTCTCATACAGGTATGTTTCATTTATAAACTGCTATAGTATCTTATGGTAAAAATACATCGACG TAATCAAAACAAAAAATTTCAATAGCTACAATTTTCGTTAGGGAAAGTCGTCATCAAATTCACGAAGTTT TCTCAGTTCCAGGCTTCAAAGAGAATTCGATGTGTGAGTTCGTAGCTTCTTCATTTGTAATATTTGGGTT GGCTGCATCTGGAACTTGTTGTTCCTTTTCTCCCGCATCGCTTGGCTTATGGACCAATTCAGCATTGCTT AAAGTTCTGAGCCGAGAATAGCTAGAGCCCTGTTCTACCAGCAAAATCTCCGATTTCTCCCTTTTCTCAG TGTCCGCCCACATGGAAGATCGCCGGGCTAGCTTCCGATCCATTTGAATGGGTTTCATTGTGGCCTCGCT GTTCTCACTTGACCGAGTTGAAACAAGGCTAACAGTGCTCCTGTCCTCGATTTTGGCCCACAAGCTCGAG GAATCGCTGGAGCCGCGCCAGGCTGAAGCAGACCTGCGCATCTTATTGGCCTGCTCTTCCATGTACACAC TGTACTCCGTGTCCACCGGTGTGATATCCGATTCACTGGTGGTTATTGTTGGCGTTGATAGAAAACTCTC GTCACTCTCGATCTGATGCAGCGAAAAGAACTTTTTACGCGCATCCCCAATGAACTGCCACATGCGGACT ATAAAGTGCGGCTGCTCCACCTCCGCGTTCGGCCGGAAGTACAGGATCTGAGAATTGGCCAACTTATAGT AGCACCTGCAGCATTTGCATAGAAAGTCGTCCACTGGCTTGGAAAGCACAAATAGCCCGGTTGAACCAGA CTCTGTTCCCTCAAAGTACTTACGGCCAGTCGCCTGACGTTTCCAGTCGCCGGGTTCCATGCGCATCAGC AGGTCGAACACGTGGAACATGTGCATCAGGTACATGGTGCCAGTAACCAGCGCAGCGATGCTCTGCTGCT TGCAGTGCGCAAAGTGCGGATGTTCCAGATACTCGATGGTAGAATTGATGAAGGCCAGGTGAGGGTCCAG CATGGCGGTGCGCATTATCAGCACGCCGCAGAAATAGTGCGACAGCACGGCACTCAGTGTGAGCAGGAGC TGGGAGGAGAGCACCGTACTCCTAGCCAATAGCAGTCGGAACGCGCCTAGAGCGGCGAGCGCCGTAAAGG ACGAAAATGTGGCACAATATAGGATCACATGAGGAGTACGCTCTGGCCAGTAGGATGAGCCGCGTATGTG GAAAAACATACAAACACTGCCCAGCAACACCTCGATGAGTTTAAAAAACACCCAAACCTGGTTCATTTCA CAGACGTATTCTAGTTTAAAATGGTTTAGATTTAGTTTTGGCAACAGATGAAAAAGGTTCTGCGGGAAAA GTTGTATCTCAAAATACAAAACACCGCCGGGGCTGCGGGCTTAAATTAAGATGTTAAATCTAAACTAACT AAGCAATTCTAATATTGCTGCATTTCAGGTCATGACTGCTGCGGCGGTTCCCTCTACTTTAGTGAAGTGC TTGTACTTGTTCTTCGACCTGCCCATAGTTGAGGACGATGAGCCTTCAGCTGACGGTGGAGCAGTAAGTG AGTTTAATGCCCATGAAAGGCGGACGCTTCTGCAGAAGGTGTTTGTGCAGCTGCTGGTCAAGCTGTGCTC GTATCCGTATCCCGCTGAGGAACTAGCTCGCATGGACGACTTGACGCTGCTATTCTCGGCCATCACATCG CCATGTCCCATCCACAATATTGTATGGCGCAAGAACGCAGCTGAAATCCTGACCACAATATCAAGGAATG GCCTAACCGATGCCGTAGTTAGCTATATACATTGTAAGTATGGTGGACTTAATCATTATGACTAAATATT CTTAAAATGTTTCTTAATTTAGCCAAGGGCTGCATGGCACTTTGCGTGGACAATATGCAGCGCCTGACGT TTGGAAATCCTTTGGAGATCGTTGAAATGTTCGTCACCGTGTTCTGCTTTCTCAAGGACTCCAGTCAGGT full text in Sequence Blue Cheese.md in https://mega.hackteria.org/index.php/s/3agCCG5BKJLpFE5