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Old 04-17-2014, 06:50 PM   #14351
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The mouse rib-vertebrae mutation is a hypomorphic Tbx6 allele.
Watabe-Rudolph M1, Schlautmann N, Papaioannou VE, Gossler A.
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Rib-vertebrae (rv) is an autosomal recessive mutation in mouse that affects somite formation, morphology, and patterning. Expression of Notch pathway components is affected in the paraxial mesoderm of rv mutant embryos, and rv and a null allele of the Notch ligand delta1 show non-allelic non-complementation. By fine genetic mapping and complementation testing we have identified Tbx6, a gene essential for paraxial mesoderm formation, as the gene mutated in rv.

Now ant that sumpten. Always wondered about them Rv mutant embryos!
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I just had a lesson in quickly programing my TST 507 System from Don and he man handled my compressor and got my new tires all set for travel. He knows those sensors and systems well. Tip of the Don - really appreciate you!!

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Marty - that actually sounds like good news. Tires are an expense - Dave just bought 8 - I bought 6 and Jeff bought 6 or 8 - not sure there. Be glad Honey doesn't have 22.5" tires and 6 or 8 them....
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It is so hard to believe that the GC is upon us!
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:06 PM   #14353
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Gammons Gulch is a working Western/US 1930's studio set just outside of Benson, built by Jay Gammon.
Note the hangmans noose on a tree out the jail window.
This place beats the pants off any other such place. Check out their website!
Arizona Movie Set and Tourist Attraction. Gammons Gulch Old Town, Museum and Props

We had such a grand time!!!
Jay Gammon will tell you stories going back to when he was in a movie with John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Ava Gardner, Glenn Ford and many others. And the museum pieces he has acquired to adorn the set are superb!
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:12 PM   #14354
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Okay all you senior senile sick twisted mutants (SSSTM's) you can hid your own easter eggs. You know you'll never find them. One of the nice things of growing old.
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:13 PM   #14355
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Tim I'm afraid someone has misrepresented the RVMutant case. If ToyDuck would check in we could get a legal opinion on how to proceed. May need to email Don.
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:27 PM   #14356
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Tim I'm afraid someone has misrepresented the RVMutant case. If ToyDuck would check in we could get a legal opinion on how to proceed. May need to email Don.
I'm afraid they may have the rights, paper was written in 2002. Amazing what you find when you google Rv mutants! lol
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:37 PM   #14357
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Yaknow... a lot of that stuff has to do with rabies... now we know what went wrong! we are rabid RV mutants!

ok... forgive... we just went out to dinner at the fav german restaurant and Bob decided to have beer... we split the meal but each had a german beer....I might be a little silly...
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:42 PM   #14358
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I'm afraid they may have the rights, paper was written in 2002. Amazing what you find when you google Rv mutants! lol
They have the rights to Rabies Virus and mouse related mutations - not related to our form of RV Mutants. The ancient scrolls of the RVMdom predate the identification of rabies. From the very early woven bags of straw that our ancestors carried to sleep on to today's mega RVs - the mutation process has been a long one.
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:48 PM   #14359
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They have the rights to Rabies Virus and mouse related mutations - not related to our form of RV Mutants. The ancient scrolls of the RVMdom predate the identification of rabies. From the very early woven bags of straw that our ancestors carried to sleep on to today's mega RVs - the mutation process has been a long one.

Very true!
I came into my RV Mutation stage at age 4 when I made tents with blankets over the lawn chairs. It caught on all over the hood! All over town kids were inovating, adapting, succeeding where others had given up. Kinda get me all choked up and melancholy (sniff)!

Mom and Dad would not let me sleep outside at night until I was almost 6.

I did not know of the ancient scrolls of RVMdom. It had to be genetic.



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Very true!
I came into my RV Mutation stage at age 4 when I made tents with blankets over the lawn chairs. It caught on all over the hood!

Mom and Dad would not let me sleep outside at night until I was almost 6.

I did not know of the ancient scrolls of RVMdom. It had to be genetic.

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The recessive gene of the RV Mutant isn't nearly as rare as one might think. There has been much written on nature v nurture in the maturation outcomes of children allowed to build forts and camp at an early age. It seems that those who are always mutate at an early age. Others may not realize the mutation is taking place until much later in life.

The science suggests that when the recessive RV Mutant gene is present, less than 0.1% fail to mutate regardless of their upbringing. It's a fascinating history and I too was raised in home with forts made with chairs, table tops and blankets for walls and ceilings, and a flashlight for a campfire.

The rainbow goes on forever and the mutation never ends!
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Oh sure, you had a flashlight for a campfire!

All I had was matches and candles. Shucks!


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Oh sure, you had a flashlight for a campfire!

All I had was matches and candles. Shucks!

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Mutants will recall that back in the day, Eveready made the batteries and the flashlight. Mine was the less expensive model - part plastic - Dads had no plastic was much bigger. Mine was perfect as a campfire because the plastic was.... Well suited for use as a campfire and looked like this

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You younger kids had all the neat stuff.

You were spoiled!!
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You younger kids had all the neat stuff.

You were spoiled!!
Me - heck, you had lawn chairs. It's funny - we have better RVmutating chairs today than any lawn chairs my family eventually had sometime after I joined the Air Force and moved away. It's like they were waiting for me to leave...
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