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Do you recall the Pepsi scandal which spoke of HEK293 a taste enhancer being added to Pepsi and other products where as HEk 293 was stated to contain Aborted Human Ebyols ......
Now its 2014 where there are rumours that HEK 293 was approved and now is within these products. And as we purchase them we are constructing a gene base which is acceptable to disease like ebola. Human Embryonic Kidney 293 cells, commonly known as HEK 293, are a specific cell line which, as the name denotes, were derived from the kidney cells of an aborted human embryo in 1972. This cell line is widely used in efforts such as cell biology research and biotechnology/pharmaceutical development.
Senomyx is a U.S.-based biotechnology company focused on "discovering and developing innovative flavor ingredients for the food, beverage, and ingredient supply industries," primarily additives that amplify certain flavors and smells in foods.
A controversy over Senomyx originated with the pro-life organization Children of God for Life, which maintains that Senomyx uses HEK 293 in its flavor ingredient withn major food companies (including Nestle, Campbell's Soup, Kraft Foods, and PepsiCo) partnered with Senomyx:
Activation of PKR (double-stranded-RNA-dependent protein kinase) by DNA plasmids decreases translation, and limits the amount of recombinant protein produced by transiently transfected HEK (human embryonic kidney)-293 cells. Co-expression with Ebola virus VP35 (virus protein 35), which blocked plasmid activation of PKR, substantially increased production of recombinant TPL-2 (tumour progression locus 2)-ABIN-2 [A20-binding inhibitor of NF-κB (nuclear factor κB) 2]-NF-κB1 p105 complex. VP35 also increased expression of other co-transfected proteins, suggesting that VP35 could be employed generally to boost recombinant protein production by HEK-293 cells
DangerMan is an American Real Life Superhero who has promoted literacy, safety and good health for children since 1998. He emphasizes the importance of education and encourages children to celebrate the power of reading books, staying in school, being good citizens while avoiding violence and substance abuse.
DangerMan founded a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, the DangerMan Education Foundation, Inc. to fight childhood obesity and illiteracy. He frequently travels to promote his causes. In order to help support his causes, DangerMan has a number of corporate sponsorships, which include companies like Aetna, AmTrak, Blockbuster, General Motors, Pepsi, Target. There is a DangerMan comic book as well as a fan club, which can be subscribed to for a $3 yearly fee. There is also other merchandise for DangerMan sold under the Urban Superhero franchise.
pepsi meets with al sharpton and family od the late emmet till over lil wayne rap
Sherry Winston is a Jazz Flutist who has performed in many of the major concert halls throughout the U.S. including the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Constitution Hall, and Lincoln Center.
Sherry performed at The White House for President and Mrs. Clinton and for former President George H.W. Bush. She has appeared on "Emeril Live," The Today Show, BET, and many other TV shows nationally.
Sherry has been featured in the New York Times, Ebony, Essence, and Black Enterprise.
She has performed with Stevie Wonder and has opened for Sinbad, Fourplay, Ramsey Lewis, Chaka Kahn, Peabo Bryson, Regina Belle, and Grover Washington, Jr. She has appeared with Ronnie Laws, Kirk Whalum, "Pieces of a Dream, Norman Connors, Jean Carne, Jeff Lorber, Norman Brown, Roberta Flack, Flutists Hubert Laws and Herbie Mann.
Sherry has produced and written music for all of her 6 CD's. Her 4th CD, "Life is Love & and Love is You," features the late Grover Washington, jr., Saxophonist, Najee, Guitarist, Norman Brown, Keyboard Wizard Bobby Lyle, and Vocalist Jon Lucien.
Sherry’s client list includes many of the top Fortune 500 companies such as Aetna, Accenture, AT&T, Anheuser Busch, Bristol Myers Squibb, Burger King, Champion, Coca Cola, Equitable Capitol, Federal Express, General Electric, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Mercedes Benz, Pepsi Cola, Time Warner, Xerox, United Technology, Verizon Wireless, and many others across the U.S. and abroad.
Today is halloween, but the show must go on...besides, I'm not 12 anymore so I do not attend parties and play dress-up...at least not on halloween. So join me on the scariest day of today, and we'll talk some politics (I know, terrifying right?) and culturally relevant pop topics (Pepsi anyone?). Ooh, I get chills just thinking about it, and you will to. You're about to be Russinized! Don't fight it...
Kelly Lucente - entrepreneur, CEO, brand strategist, identity and messaging expert, and author of The Brand Guide is nationally recognized for her strategic business solutions for start up and growing businesses focused on brand management and marketing/sales/communications execution. Kelly has built 5 businesses and has a passion for sharing her entrepreneurial and "school of hard knocks" knowledge with business owners who are experiencing challenges in propelling themselves forward. A 20+ year veteran in both marketing and sales with nationally recognized companies such as Mattel, Pepsi, MTV, Rollerblade, NASCAR, RE/MAX, Pulte/Ryland/Mattamy Homes, and the creator of Bye Bye Monster, Kelly puts a unique "twist" on how she approaches business solutions. Kelly has been featured in numerous national publications such as Minnesota Business, Women First, and Family Fun and news appearances including KARE 11, FOX 9, KARK 4, THV 11, and Good Day Chicago.
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's guest is Matt Fischer, CEO & Founder of Curiosity Advertising. Matt will share his perspectives and insights on current HOT business issues in the area of branding, advertising, marketing and websites.
Matt spent the first 21 years of his career counting his awards at venerable Madison Avenue agencies like DDB, Y&R, Hill Holliday, BBDO and FCB for his work on AT&T, Time Magazine, Pepsi, Frito-Lay and Starbucks, to name a few. In 2002 he took his talents to Cincinnati where he joined longtime friend Greg Livingston at the nationally recognized agency, Wondergroup. In 2010, he and Greg joined forces and started Curiosity. Since their powers combined, advertising has never been the same.
Curiosity Advertising is the unique combination of traditional full-service offerings and unconventional creativity. It was founded on the belief that if we experiment with purpose, if we push with direction, our clients will thrive. This approach keeps our agency fresh, our work exceptionable and our relationship with our clients one that goes beyond business.
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Today on The Boochcast we talk about Comedy, Recap NXT, Talk to Grammy Award Winner Chubby Tavares, Pepsi Debuts Healthier Soda On Amazon.com, Lingerie For Breast Cancer Awareness: Stella McCartney Designs And Kate Moss Poses, Missing Child Sabrina Allen Found In Mexico After 12 Years, 'Sexist' Superhero Shirts Spark Outrage, Alfonso Ribeiro Confirms He's Doing 'The Carlton' This Week On 'DWTS', Tesla To Show Model 3, New Sedan Version Oct. 9, and More News On The Iphone 6,
Director Gil Green is creating Who Is Lou Gehrig? a short film featuring Miami Heat power forward Udonis Haslem. The film is inspired by Green’s friend of over 20 years, Jeff Fogel, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease) about three years ago. The film will follow Fogel as he escapes into his imagination to create a more positive reality for himself. Gil already has raised over his goal of $60,000 on Kickstarter
Though ALS has received a lot of recent press, this project is not affiliated with the viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
“While the Ice Bucket Challenge has brought a tremendous amount of awareness to ALS, this film is meant to do something beyond that.”, said Green. “Our goal is to provide an insight not only to the effects of the disease, but to have people be inspired by Jeff’s courageous ability to maintain a positive daily outlook, amongst life’s biggest challenges.”
The film will premiere at The Borscht Film Festival this December. For more information, visit the Who Is Lou Gehrig? Kickstarter campaign at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/whoislougehrig/who-is-lou-gehrig-an-inspiring-film-about-als or at www.whoislougehrig.com.
Gil's company, 305 Films, has clients ranging from Drake to Pepsi.
Co-hosts Meli Mel & Dark Gable continue their award winning series- Icons of Influence.
Todays LNB Superstar is none other than "CoCo" from the Group SWV. In the '90s, the ladies of SWV—Cheryl “Coko” Clemons, Leanne “Lelee” Lyons and Tamara “Taj” George—were on top of the music world. From the streets of New York to superstardom, they had a string of top ten R&B hits including “I’m So Into You,” “Right Here,” “Downtown,” “Weak,” and “You’re Always On My Mind.” With over 15 million albums sold, a Grammy® nomination, an American Music Award nomination and 11 Billboard Music Awards nominations, SWV was unstoppable. But while they seemed to have it all, the drama behind the scenes tore the group apart. It didn’t just end, it ended badly; and in 1998 the members of SWV went their separate ways. CoCo was hip Hops First legitmate LNB sometimes sporting 6-7 inches of Black/Purple/Blue Passion on & off the stage.
This Bronx Native was Pepsi Generations Glodean White. She had the Fashion, The Swag, The Fly Nails and most of all, she was a SISTA-WITH-A-VOICE
Lastly "Meli Mel" will give us the 411 on the Association and how you can become a member.
February 04, 2014
The energy is always high on Tuesday here on the Matt DiGeronimo. Our friend, Justin Anderson mixes it up with Matt. Topics include:
- Should Pepsi launch a commercial with "America the Beautiful" song by English speaking people? Bring Back the Cola Wars! Oh, please, please . . . not because I am opposed to the Coca-Cola's but because the ensuing debate would be priceless to watch. Please!
- Common Core curriculum. More like Common "Bore" curriculum. Why the Federal Government can not and should not manage our public schools.
- Dear Harvard Professors, Stop Touching Things. Stay in your lane of academia with your pipe and smoking jacket, but keep your thoughts off of our public policies!
- Federal aid. Why do states do back flips for federal funding when they are simply receiving 25 cents of the dollar they sent them.
- Foreign aid. Waste of money or an international relations necessity?
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