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THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA'S INVOLVEMENT IN THE LAGENIDIUM GIGANTEUM THAT  Sick  Research Technician / Assistant Researcher WAS EXPOSED TO DAILY AT AGRAQUEST

DISCOVERED IN 2012:

The Oomycetes California strain of Lagenidium giganteum, as is stated in Agraquest's United States Patent # 5,691,191, "Medium for the cultivation of lagenidium giganteum" is  the "active ingredient" in Agraquest's product's of Laginex (Laginex as & Technical Laginex) did not belong to Agraquest solely; in fact, the California Department of Health Services was the co-registrant with Agraquest. Read EPA document→ HERE;[See - VII. Registrant Information: “California Department of Health Services Agraquest, Inc. DCDC/Vector-borne Disease Section c/o Technology Sciences Group, Inc.]”

  • PLEASE NOTE: Morrison & Foerster is the "Attorney, Agent or Firm" listed on Agraquest's United States Patent #5,691,191. Morrison & Foerster is the same law firm that "sick Research Technician / Assistant Researcher" sent via fax a request for his employee file on February 3, 2000. See letter→ HERE and fax sent from Christopher L. Russel with Morrison & Foerster to Agraquest concerning this request "COMMENT: Attached: February 4, 2000 from sick Research Technician / Assistant Researcher" see cover page of fax from to Agraquest→ HERE.  Both Morrison & Foerster and Agraquest ignored Research Technician / Assistant Researcher/s request.  Research Technician / Assistant Researcher didn't received his employee until it was subpoenaed in 2004.
  • DISCOVERED IN 2010:

  • Morrison & Foerster sponsored, provided teams and participated in the city of Davis's (California) Davis Explorit Science Fair and Silent Auction on October 4, 2007 along with Agraquest, the CEO and founder of Agraquest, Pamela Gail Marrone and Marrone's third (3rd) biotech start-up compnay in Davis; Marrone Organic Innovatons (later named Marrone Bio Innovations) along with the company, PBS&JPBS&J, was the employer of Michael T Dugan, the spouse of California Workers Compensation Judge Suzanne F. Dugan who decided 100% in Agraquest's favor in the case of "Research Technician / Assistant Researcher" vs Agraquest.  On September 10, 2007 Judge Suzanne F. Dugan heard the case of "Research Technician / Assistant Researcher" vs Agraquest; On October 4, 2007 was the Davis Explorit Science Fair and Silent Auction. On  October 12, 2007 Judge Suzanne F. Dugan handed down her decision;  [Technician / Assistant Researche]"shall take nothing by way of his claim".  California Workers Compensation Judge Suzanne F. Dugan was not the Judge of record to hear the case of "Research Technician / Assistant Researcher" vs Agraquest.  The Judge of record was to be Judge Robinson.

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LAGENIDIUM GIGANTEUM" CONSIDERED NEW HUMAN OOMYCETE

MARCH 24-26, 2004; Focus on Fungal Infections 14,  New Orleans, Louisiana

human.oomycetes.paperCharacterization of Previously Undescribed Lagenidium Pathogen Associated with Soft Tissue Infection: Initial Description of a New Human Oomycosis

LAGENIX PRODUCTS ; "LAGENIDIUM GIGANTEUM" NOT MANUFACTURED AFTER Research Technician / Assistant Researcher BECAME ILL AT AGRAQUEST

Agraquest stopped manufacturing Laginex (Lagenidium giganteum) after Research Technician / Assistant Researcher got sick in 1999.

*From US National Library of Medicine - National Institutes of Health; Published online 2004 June 23;  - PMCID: PMC528879;  Insect Sci. 2004; 4: 19 ; Entomopathogenic fungi for mosquito control: A review

[found in last paragraph of section  1.3 Lagenidium just before 1.4 Crypticola]:
  • In spite of these non-target effects, a Lagenidium giganteum-based product was commercialized under the name Laginex by AgraQuest (California, USA) until 1999

*From the Sacramento Business Journal; Investors put $7.2 million more into Agraquest, Inc.

  • "The product, called Laginex, has not been produced since 1999, but AgraQuest has funded research at the University of California at Davis to find a way to extend Laginex's shelf-life and make the fungus easier to grow."

THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES CANCELLED THEIR PRODUCT; "LAGENIDIUM GIGANTEUM" THE SAME MONTH Research Technician / Assistant Researcher  FILED FOR WORKERS COMPENSATION BENEFITS

MORE CONCEALMENT, FRAUD, COLLUSION

Of interest is The California Department of Health's “PRODUCT”; the California Strain of Lagenidium Giganteum, was not cancelled until October 24, 2003.  See document→   HERE. [cancellation date is listed under Distributor Names for Lagenidium giganteum mycelium & oospores at the end of the page].

 


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