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Zoonoses and Evolution

Kevin Carlin

(Department of Education, Central Texas Veterans Health Care System, Temple, TX, USA)

Med Sci Hypotheses 2015; 2:1-3

DOI: 10.12659/MSH.894275

ABSTRACT: Perhaps an overlooked possible etiology for some of our basic science questions regarding life forms is the combination of cellular pumps, channels, and transporters each cell maintains in their cell membranes. Each life form starts existence with an inherited combination of these which the environment appears to be able to impact. The various combinations could possibly be important in zoonoses and evolution.

Keywords: Biological Evolution, Biological Transport, Active, Ion Channels, Ion Pumps, Zoonoses

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