Hunting Humans: The Rise of the Modern Multiple Murderer by Elliot Leyton

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By Elliot Leyton

This publication is going immediately into the minds of six a number of murderers and examines their psyche and motivation. famous anthropologist Eliot Leyton has played a close research to determine what makes those humans tick, and what drives them to dedicate those bloody crimes of rape, torture and homicide.

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Glycation results from the initial reaction of glucose with the amino group of lysine residues, which then proceeds to form a Schiff base and progressively more complex compounds termed advanced glycosylation end (AGE) products (Martin et al. 1993). In effect, cross-linkage or any modification of proteins that leads to decreased proteolysis could be considered a specific form of accumulation but, as with general accumulation theories, the extent to which abnormal proteins build up is uncertain.

1994). This has led to the intriguing hypothesis that the uniquely human apolipoprotein ␧3 allele evolved from the ␧4 of primate ancestors, concomitant with the rapid increase in human brain size and the emergence of grandmothering as an advantageous behavioural trait (Finch and Sapolsky 1999). While such studies can be taken as examples of genetic influences on differential survival, and possible pleiotropic age-dependent effects on longevity, at this time their precise biological significance and relevance is difficult to perceive.

1994). This implies the operation of a highly coordinated mechanism for the expression of the two genomes, with greatest vulnerability in those mitochondrial enzymes which include subunit polypeptides transcribed and translated from both nuclear and mitochondrial loci. For this reason it has been claimed that agerelated mitochondrial dysfunction in humans is primarily associated with mutations in nDNA rather than mtDNA (Hayashi et al. 1994). Across species, the mitochondria of old organisms show a decrease in number, an increase in size, and the occurrence of structural abnormalities.

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