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greg

If anyone with any knowledge whatsoever about how these organisms infect a mammalian host in a non invasive way, please contact me.
I can show that in the digestive system of the host, there is a component of this diverse oppurtun which can feed off plant chloroplasts in the digestive tract of host, and survive through excretion. The host is poisoned by a metabolic by-product of this mono isolate. This component will crystalize into what appears to be very similar to oxalate.

I am anxious to discuss my research with any interested party.

Greg umanalytical@gmail.com

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