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June 7, 2014
Share your cancer experiences once, and give the gift of hindsight to cancer patients.
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June 7, 2014
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Nature has provided us essentially fatty acids that heal, and we have found a way to make them stable and bioavailable great antioxidan
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June 7, 2014
Change Your Priorities
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
Enzymes are biological catalysts. There are optimum temperatures and pH values at which their activity is greatest. Enzymes are also proteins, and usually denatured above about 45ºC. Enzymes are important in respiration. Aerobic respiration releases energy from glucose.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
View the animation below, then complete the quiz to test your knowledge of the concept.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
At any given moment, all of the work being done inside any cell is being done by enzymes. If you understand enzymes, you understand cells. A bacterium like E. coli has about 1,000 different types of enzymes floating around in the cytoplasm at any given time.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
Like all catalysts, enzymes take part in the reaction - that is how they provide an alternative reaction pathway. But they do not undergo permanent changes and so remain unchanged at the end of the reaction. They can only alter the rate of reaction, not the position of the equilibrium
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
Enzymes have been used for hundreds of years, and today the use of them is almost without limits - find out what enzymes are and how they work.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
We have a whole section where we tell you about reactions and the molecules that change in those reactions. Chemical bonds are being created and destroyed over a series of many intermediate reactions. Those changes rarely happen on their own when you look at biological systems.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
Like all catalysts, enzymes increase the rate of a reaction by lowering its activation energy. Some enzymes can make their conversion of substrate to product occur many millions of times faster. An extreme example is orotidine 5'-phosphate decarboxylase, which allows a reaction that would otherwise take millions of years to occur in milliseconds.
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