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Oncoming Cannabis project to DOX these classy individuals!

Florida Senators

 

Bill NelsonDEMOCRAT

FL SENATOR Bill Nelson

Marco RubioREPUBLICAN

FL SENATOR Marco Rubio

Florida Representatives

 

Gus BilirakisREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Gus Bilirakis

Corrine BrownDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Corrine Brown

Vern BuchananREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Vern Buchanan

Kathy CastorDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Kathy Castor

Ander CrenshawREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Ander Crenshaw

Theodore DeutchDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Theodore Deutch

Mario Diaz-BalartREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Mario Diaz-Balart

Alcee HastingsDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Alcee Hastings

John MicaREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE John Mica

Jeff MillerREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Jeff Miller

Richard NugentREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Richard Nugent

Bill PoseyREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Bill Posey

Thomas RooneyREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Thomas Rooney

Ileana Ros-LehtinenREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Dennis RossREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Dennis Ross

Steve SoutherlandREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Steve Southerland

Debbie Wasserman SchultzDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Daniel WebsterREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Daniel Webster

Frederica WilsonDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Frederica Wilson

C. YoungREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE C. Young

Alan GraysonDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Alan Grayson

Ted YohoREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Ted Yoho

Ron DeSantisREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Ron DeSantis

Patrick MurphyDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Patrick Murphy

Trey RadelREPUBLICAN

FL REPRESENTATIVE Trey Radel

Lois FrankelDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Lois Frankel

Joe GarciaDEMOCRAT

FL REPRESENTATIVE Joe Garcia

Cannabigerol

25654-31-3(cannabigerol) Product Description

cannabigerol Structure
25654-31-3
CAS No. 25654-31-3
Chemical Name: cannabigerol
CBNumber: CB41304730
Molecular Formula: C21H32O2
Formula Weight: 0
MOL File: Mol file
cannabigerol Synonyms:
cannabigerol
2-[(2E)-3,7-Dimethyl-2,6-octadienyl]-5-pentylresorcinol
2-[(E)-3,7-Dimethyl-2,6-octadienyl]-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol
1,3-Benzenediol, 2-[(2E)-3,7-diMethyl-2,6-octadien-1-yl]-5-pentyl-
(E)-2-(3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadienyl)-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol
(E)-2-(3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadienyl)-5-pentylresorc
2-[(2E)-3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadien-1-yl]-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol
2-[(2E)-3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadienyl]-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol

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25654-31-3(cannabigerol) Related Search:
25654-31-3 cannabigerol 2-[(2E)-3,7-Dimethyl-2,6-octadienyl]-5-pentylresorcinol 2-[(E)-3,7-Dimethyl-2,6-octadienyl]-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol 1,3-Benzenediol, 2-[(2E)-3,7-diMethyl-2,6-octadien-1-yl]-5-pentyl- (E)-2-(3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadienyl)-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol (E)-2-(3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadienyl)-5-pentylresorc 2-[(2E)-3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadien-1-yl]-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol 2-[(2E)-3,7-DiMethyl-2,6-octadienyl]-5-pentyl-1,3-benzenediol (E)-2-(3,7-Dimethyl-2,6-octadienyl)-5-pentylresorcinol
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Can We Use Modern Science Efficiently in time to save Earth?

Yes.. and using THIS tool is the answer.  BUT we need lots of people to use it and network on harvesting the best solutions available on a global scale.  Think of it as the Wikipedia of the Medical Field. Matter of fact.  Combine it.  Remove all possible profiteering opportunities.  Legislate against monopoly on a bigger scale.  Charge real criminals, don’t circumvent with abuse, that should be dishonorably frowned upon by real honorable Judges.  We should begin forced resignations of Judges against Cannabis. And all Gov employees against it.. this is at the importance level with domestic violence and hate crimes whether racism or homophobia crimes.

Next.. cigarettes/tobacco, big pharma and Alcohol

Upload and graphically compare your own data with NCBI Epigenomics tracks

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Recently, a new “Upload Tracks” system has been added to the NCBI Epigenomics resource to allow users to view and compare their own data with information stored at NCBI.

The NCBI Epigenomics resource, a comprehensive public repository for whole-genome epigenetic datasets, contains information from a subset of data in the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO), which has been subjected to additional review and annotation. Currently there are over 4200 viewable and downloadable datasets from over 1200 samples that have been isolated from five well-studied species.

From the NCBI Epigenomics homepage (Figure 1A), you can access the “Upload” page where your own datasets can be uploaded and displayed as tracks in the Epigenomics genome viewer.

Please note that the “Upload Tracks” feature requires logging into a My NCBI Account which facilitates the storing of information for future examination and also ensures that the data is only visible and viewable by the account holder. The uploaded information cannot be viewed, downloaded or used by any other user of the Epigenomics resource.

Once logged into NCBI, the Epigenomics “Upload” page (Figure 1B) contains fields for entering important metadata information as well as the dataset itself into the system.

EpigenomicsUpload_Figure1

Figure 1. A) The Epigenomics homepage has links for lots of helpful information and tools including the “Upload Tracks” feature. B) The “Upload” page contains a form for the input of relevant information about the dataset. Required information (a) includes Track name, File type, Dataset from either in an uploadable file or a public URL, Species & Genome assembly to serve as the framework for the alignment, and Feature type – specific histone modifications (e.g. H3K4me3, H3K27me3), DNA methylation, chromatin accessibility and more. Additional optional metadata fields (b) are also available for the user to store information which can be used for quick comparisons with other samples in the system.

Each user-uploaded dataset is listed in the “My Uploads” collection as an experiment (Figure 2A). This allows for uploaded data tracks to be selected for operations such as adding to user-created collections or viewing in concert with other database tracks in the customizable genome viewer interface (Figure 2B).

EpigenomicsUpload_Figure2

Figure 2. A) User-uploaded datasets are listed in the “My Uploads” collection and shown as independent experiments with supplied metadata, such as cell type, tissue type, differentiation state, etc. These are displayed in the filterable and sortable “Experiments” table. Using the check boxes, at left, to select tracks of interest and clicking “View on Genome” will open a window with the tracks in a customizable genome viewer. B) The uploaded data are shown at the top with user-provided Track names and directly comparable to selected Epigenomics experiment tracks, as well as other NCBI tracks containing Gene annotation, Genome-wide association study, Cited variant, and CpG island information.
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N.C.B.I. Mission

General Introduction

Understanding nature’s mute but elegant language of living cells is the quest of modern molecular biology. From an alphabet of only four letters representing the chemical subunits of DNA emerges a syntax of life processes whose most complex expression is man. The unraveling and use of this “alphabet” to form new “words and phrases” is a central focus of the field of molecular biology. The staggering volume of molecular data and its cryptic and subtle patterns have led to an absolute requirement for computerized databases and analysis tools. The challenge is in finding new approaches to deal with the volume and complexity of data and in providing researchers with better access to analysis and computing tools to advance understanding of our genetic legacy and its role in health and disease.

NOW if our government could synchronize along with the commoners and foreigners to realize and raise awareness that living cells do not stop living outside of the lap or microscope.

Cannabigerol aka CBG (not THC or CBD…)

Cannabigerol helps grow new brain cells.  It’s a no-brainer (heh) to use it in cases of head injuries or disorders??!

Ask anyone related to head injuries why they were never told to use this element.  They will not get a serious answer from the doctor who prescribes the contrary medications being pushed by the empire of LEGAL drugs in America.

Dr Sanja Gupta

Can and will this misery ever end?  THEY HAVE BEEN IGNORANT TO THE FACTS FOR OVER VARIOUS DECADES!!!

Many are counting on that CHANGE… Mr. President… Even Dr. Sunja Gupta has given into nature, all your bases belong to us… (the people)… AYBBTU

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Legalize Cannabis Nationwide along with Hemp stalks while the bigots are tied up with their internal wars.  No sense in dragging out others wars that bring no benefit.  If human casualty surpasses the benefits… then it is UN-NECESSARY.

Planta Med. 1987 Jun;53(3):277-80.

Identification of a new chemotype in Cannabis sativa: cannabigerol-dominant plants, biogenetic and agronomic prospects.

PMID:  3628560

 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

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Howard Simon: A.C.L.U. Exec. Dir. of Florida okays Medical Marijuana movement!

By Armani.
“By Howard Simon on June 12, 2013
Last week the American Civil Liberties Union issued a report (” The War on Marijuana in Black and White: Billions of Dollars Wasted on Racially Biased Arrests ” http://www.aclu.org/marijuana) confirming what everyone suspected: marijuana possession arrests are wasteful, destructive and marred by racial bias. The report, the first ever examining state and county marijuana arrest rates nationally by race, documents that while there were pronounced racial disparities in marijuana arrests 10 years ago – the problem has become significantly worse.”
 
Furthermore:
 
“Howard Simon has been a state affiliate Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for almost four decades.  He is the ACLU’s most senior Affiliate Director.  Howard has served as Executive Director of the ACLU of Florida since October 1997, and prior to his appointment as Florida ACLU Director he served as Executive Director of ACLU’s Michigan affiliate for 23 years. Howard was raised in New York, and graduated from the City College of New York. He received a Ph.D.”
 
 
 
 
A.C.L.U. of Florida Executive Director

Always plan 6-7 steps ahead.

Plan 6-7 moves ahead always

( Courtesy, Howard Simon / June 7, 2013 )Howard Simon has been a state affiliate Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for almost four decades. He is the ACLU’s most senior Affiliate Director. Howard has served as Executive Director of the ACLU of Florida since October 1997, and prior to his appointment as Florida ACLU Director he served as Executive Director of ACLU’s Michigan affiliate for 23 years. Howard was raised in New York, and graduated from the City College of New York. He received a Ph.D. degree from the University of Minnesota in legal and political philosophy and social ethics. Prior to his work with the ACLU, he taught philosophy at the University of Minnesota and was a faculty member in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at DePauw University in Indiana.

As Executive Director of the Florida affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, Howard has overall responsibility for ACLU’s legal, public education, legislative lobbying, and membership and fund-raising programs. Howard has been a frequent guest editorial writer in many Florida newspapers, and regularly appears in the media challenging politicians and government policies that assault constitutional freedoms. The ACLU of Florida has approximately 15,000 members, a staff of 30 and maintains staffed offices in Jacksonville, Pensacola, and Tampa in addition to its headquarters in Miami. The ACLU has been extensively involved in addressing the need for electoral reforms in Florida. Following the voting problems that occurred in the 2006 Congressional District 13 Election in Sarasota, the ACLU played a key role in securing the end of the use of paperless electronic voting systems in Florida, leading to the 2008 election in which every county used the same voting technology (the optical scan voting system) for the first time. The organization has also led efforts to end Florida’s Civil War constitutional provision requiring a lifetime voting ban of former felons.

The ACLU of Florida is in the forefront of efforts to resist many of the anti-civil liberties initiatives originating from the Legislature and the Scott Administration. The ACLU filed numerous cases challenging efforts to make it more difficult to register new voters, reduce the number of early voting days, specifically banning voting on the Sunday prior to the Tuesday November Election, and more difficult to have your voted counted by requiring more people to vote by provisional, rather than regular ballot. The ACLU has challenged the Governor’s Executive Order mandating drug/urine screen tests for state employees in the absence of suspicion of illicit drugs. Another ACLU lawsuit resulted in a federal order blocking the law requiring all applicants for Temporary Assistance for Needy families (TANF) to submit to a suspicionless drug/urine test.

Marijuana (Cannabis) News – 420 in 5 dayz!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Where is Florida at Right Now?

Day 42 of the 60 day Legislative Session brings a sense of anticipation. Last week four Republican Representatives said if the Florida Medical Association won’t get on board; we should go for legalization and they would support a system of regulation and control!

To those who have taken the time this legislative session to send an e-mail or make a phone call, I cannot thank you enough. Being so close to the process, spending every day in Tallahassee listening to the lawmakers, it is easy to see how much of a difference you are making. Lawmakers are getting the message loud and clear. Incoming Speaker Crisafulli assures me that reforming cannabis policy is a conversation happening at the highest level of Florida government.

The legislative process is slow and cumbersome. Just like it takes time to change the direction of a great ship; so it is with the moving the great state of Florida. I have come to believe this group of elected officials in Tallahassee is ready to right the wrongs of their predecessors, but it is a slow going. Nowhere is the law of unintended consequences more strongly felt then in cannabis policies; and many of our lawmakers get it. Where the intent may have been to protect the most vulnerable; the reality is those who could most use access to cannabis are made fodder for the criminal justice system.

Florida CAN has made the case for sensible reforms before the decision makers in our state. We have brought an incredible cast of characters to Tallahassee to speak on your behalf– and we are not done yet! This week, The Black Tuna Robert Platshorn, host of “Should Grandma Smoke Pot?” is joining me for a day at the Capitol.

Over the past weeks we have introduced lawmakers to senior citizens Cathy Jordan, Bob Jordan, John Chase, and Frank Dougherty. Most people have heard the story of Cathy Jordan, but few recognize the sacrifice Bob made in Vietnam. In March, Bob and Frank spent several days walking point for veterans in Florida. Florida is home to 1.6 million veterans. The VA – the only federal agency that practices medicine – has a directive allowing the use of cannabis where lawful under state statutes. John Chase of Pinellas has studied the harms of alcohol prohibition and used his time in Tallahassee to talk about the harms associated with this policy of prohibition.

Neill Franklin of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition joined FLCAN staff at the Capitol March 19th. Neill was on a two-week tour of Florida speaking about the unintended consequences of prohibition. Also representing sensible cannabis policies in Tallahassee that week was Ethel Rowland – woman of many hats; Jeff Borg – ACLU Board of Directors and Eric Stevens – FLCAN’s legislative liaison. Ethel and Eric bring great drug policy credentials to the table. Eric, a south Florida activist, was trained by American’s for Safe Access to advocate for cannabis reform. Ethel is a seasoned activist artist who uses her time and talent to expose the consequences of prohibition.

When we asked supporters to reach out to Representative Roberson, Chair of the House Quality Sub-Committee, more than a 1,000 of our supporters responded. Though he ultimately ran out of time for the workshop, when we cornered Representative Roberson he said if he had done a workshop on the “Cathy Jordan Medical Cannabis Act” that would have been the only thing reported that day. While it works for me, apparently, what Representative Roberson is doing was bigger than our need for safe, legal access to cannabis without fear of a jail cell.

This past week, we asked you to write Senator Bean and encourage his committee to host a workshop to hear expert testimony on therapeutic access to cannabis. The Senator was on board to workshop the bill when President of the Senate, Don Gaetz, – Republican from Niceville, added a number of bills to the committee, putting ours off the agenda!

What did Don Gaetz think is more important than making sure people who may lose their life or their senses have access to cannabis? One bill making its way through the legislature deals with what color you can dye baby chicks at Easter.

Last week was a tipping point in the minds of many Florida lawmakers. Irv Rosenfeld, one of four surviving patients who receive cannabis from the Federal Government joined Cathy Jordan and the FLCAN team in Tallahassee. Tony Clymer of the Silver Tour and NORML of Florida was part of our team walking door-to-door with Eric Stevens, Cathy Jordan, Irv Rosenfeld and myself.

With the prosecutor accepting Cathy has a medical need for cannabis even lawmakers are beginning to wonder how we can continue to give cannabis to one man, Irv and deny it to Cathy.
There are still rules that will allow the Cathy Jordan Medical Cannabis Act to go to the floor for a vote this year, but the changes are slim. Once in a while, the long shot wins and we all love to watch the story unfold.

Even as I write, several opportunities still exist for us to pass a bill this session that will allow safe access to cannabis before November of 2013. Patients out of time cannot wait another year for lawmakers to find the will or voters to pass a constitutional amendment; they need access now without fear of arrest. Rest assured, FLCAN will continue to explore every avenue available to assure that those you love have access to this plant.

We invite those who want to be sure we get access to therapeutic cannabis to do more than just wait for someone else to act. FLCAN has provided you with all the tools you need to pass a resolution of support in your home town or county. Passing resolutions of support in Florida puts pressure on the state to create safe access but it also puts pressure on the Federal Government to untie the hands of the states hesitant to step outside federal guidelines on cannabis.

FLCAN has one more opportunity to move decision makers into championing our cause. Friday, April 19, 2013 the Republican Party of Florida is hosting a walk to raise money for the cure to ALS – Lou Gehrig ’s disease. For three months, Cathy has been a living, breathing example of a patient who may have a key to the cure.

You can be part of the historic opportunity to energize leaders of the Republican Party to take the steps necessary to give patients access to cannabis now! They can remove the Cathy Jordan Medical Cannabis Act from its committees of reference and send it to the Floor. It requires the will of the President of the Senate and Speak of the House to happen- they will not do this if they think it is safe to ignore this issue.

If enough people come forward demanding access to cannabis there is one last tactic the leadership can use to grant us immunity from prosecution while we create a system that allows therapeutic access. Lawmakers can create a committee bill that will strike cannabis from section 893 of the Florida Statute.

Everyone who can read knows cannabis does not belong in Schedule 1 of the Controlled Substance Act. This is it, with only days to go, activate your phone tree, share our messages with friends and keep those calls and letters coming!

This year I’ve raised the battle cry from Key West to Pensacola- “No surrender, no retreat” we are right and the people need us to stay the course. Victory is ours….

Jodi James, Executive Director

FLCAN continues to fight the good fight. Will you dig deep and make a contribution today to assure we can be a leading voice in creating responsible cannabis policies for Florida?

Posted by Jodi originally. 
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