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Organized cell death
There are two (main) ways for a cell to die: apoptosis and necrosis. The apoptosis is a result of a complex biochemical process that lead the cell to 'suicide' for a greater good, in a very organized way that is not dangerous for neighbouring cells. The trigger can be due to internal stress or to external stimuli from other cells but they both result in a similar outcome. The last major player is a group of proteins called caspases, that degrade many other proteins and start the 'death process'. The landmarks of apoptosis are: cell shrinkage, DNA compaction, nuclear lamina fragmentation, cell blebbing and eventually fragmentation. It’ll be macrophages' duty to 'eat' what’s left around. But why is the cell death so important? An example: if your fingers are separated and not like the feet of a duck, it’s apoptosis! Moreover, during cancer, apoptosis is inhibited and malignant cells are thus able to proliferate.
Morte cellulare organizzata
Ci sono due modi principali in cui una cellula può morire: apoptosi e necrosi. L'apoptosi è il risultato di complessi processi biochimici che portano la cellula al "suicidio" per un bene più grande, in un modo non pericoloso per le cellule vicine. Il trigger può essere dovuto a stress interno (percorso intrinseco) o a stimoli esterni da altre cellule (via estrinseca), ma entrambi risultano in un risultato simile. L'ultimo grande regolatore è un gruppo di proteasi chiamate caspasi, che sono in grado di degradare altre proteine e avviare i processi che porteranno alla morte della cellula. Le caratteristiche dell'apoptosi sono: il restringimento cellulare, la compattazione del DNA, la frammentazione della lamina nucleare, il blebbing cellulare e infine la frammentazione. Sarà dovere dei macrofagi 'mangiare' ciò che è rimasto in giro. Ma perché la morte cellulare è così importante? Un esempio divertente: se le tue dita sono separate e non come i piedi di un'anatra, è l'apoptosi! Inoltre, durante il cancro, l'apoptosi è inibita e le cellule cancerose sono quindi in grado di proliferare. È tutta questione di equilibrio ;)
Ok people let get this straight, This is absolutely false, there is no prove in any real scientific research papers across the planet. In addition, cancer cells are able to ignore signals that normally tell cells to stop dividing or that begin a process known as programmed cell death, or apoptosis, which the body uses to get rid of unneeded cells. All so all cells in the body need blood sugars (glucose) to grow. Refind sugar can not pass through the blood to the damaged cells, directly it has to be broken down into glucose.
Myth: People with cancer shouldn't eat sugar, since it can cause cancer to grow faster.
Fact: Sugar doesn't make cancer grow faster. All cells, including cancer cells, depend on blood sugar (glucose) for energy. But giving more sugar to cancer cells doesn't speed their growth. Likewise, depriving cancer cells of sugar doesn't slow their growth. https://www.mayoclinic.org/about-this-site/welcome.
So are we saying refined sugar is good for you NO, but when people put this type of crap up on Instagram without knowing their facts, frustrates us no end. So eat to live but having the occasional sweet treat is fine. 😊🍃🥞🍫🍰🍩🍦🍮 #thetruth #absolutelyfalse #false #cancer #celldeath #glucose #refindsugar #bloodsugar #facts
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🔥Those yellow dots that “litter” your lawn are more than just pesky “weeds”. Dandelion has been considered a valuable food and medicine in both Eastern and Western culture for thousands of years and is now being researched for it’s cancer-fighting abilities.-
▪️The use of the dandelion plant in both Greek and Chinese medicine predates written records. Traditional healers use it to cleanse the liver, flush toxins from the kidneys and purify the blood.-
It’s blood purifying compounds led researchers at University of Windsor in Canada to hypothesize that dandelion could help patients with end-stage blood cancer.-
They inserted danderlion root extract into Petri dishes with blood drawn from leukemia patients.-
To their delight, the dandelion root induced apoptosis or “cell suicide” in cancer cells, while leaving healthy cells alone.-
Dandelion root’s ability to selectively kill only cancer cells — as opposed to radiation and chemotherapy which kill healthy cells and flood the body with toxins — could make it an invaluable tool in the future of cancer treatment, at least in countries whose medical institutions are actually invested in cures, not keeping people sick.-
As a result of the experiment, researchers were given the green light to test out dandelion root on thirty Canadian cancer patients. It’s the first ever in Canada that a natural extract has been approved for a clinical trial. Unfortunately, the United States has yet to follow suit.-
In “the land of the free” herbalists aren’t allowed to treat cancer patients for cancer, they are merely allowed to offer herbs as supportive therapy, to help undo the damage of conventional treatments.-
Herbalist, teacher and author Demetria Clark says if a patient has chosen chemotherapy, dandelion will support the liver and kidneys, boost the immune system and help detoxify the body. It also helps with nausea and mouth soars, she says.-
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I feel like this perfectly sums up how I feel.
I try to be strong and put on a facade because it's how I survive and cope with all the ups and downs and chaos that ensues with a chronic, disabling illness.
The truth is I'm just coasting, keeping my head above water.
Not knowing whether today will be the day you finally 'croak it' from all the unrelenting pain and complications that arise pretty much constantly, spontaneously and with full force - so mostly I bury the negative emotions deep within my heart and soul and use humour or sarcasm and mindfulness to get by but sometimes the grieving comes to the surface and hits like a ton of bricks when your body just keeps giving you hell, one thing ontop of another ontop of another until it resembles a game of jenga.
One wrong move and you're sent crashing.
And I'm not strong enough to keep up my happy face all the time.
I'm irritable and moody and cynical and HANGRY(cause my body can't digest and I'm physically and mentally STARVING and Dehydrated constantly)
I don't want sympathy or a pat on the back and someone to say 'you're so brave, I admire you, you're an inspiration, keep going, you can do this etc' I don't even care for cards or flowers.
I just want understanding and someone to just be there, unwavering, holding my hand, even in silence, making me laugh with their little idiosyncrasies that I totally dig because part of me is still in here somewhere, but also someone to realise when I am not up to talking or laughing or even focusing because it feels like one long big day where I'm driving in the dark in a storm, wading through a quicksand, stuck in a time zone that's entirely my own, behind a glass where I watch as others go about their day to day life, being so far removed from it myself.
In reality sometimes it looks like I've got my shit together. But appearances are deceptive and the desire to survive can overpower even the strongest of negative situations and emotions. But they're still there waiting to come out. Because grief is a continual process, trauma is repeatedly occurring, and there is no quick fix or band aid or cure for that.
~love and spoons, Juliet xo
🙌🏻truth...by fasting you push yourself into Ketosis (whether you do Keto or not). Deep Ketosis prompts autophagy or cell death. Guess which ones die first...cancer cells.
We do need to worry about the blue light emitted from our beloved devices. Also during the day. Yes, the sun emits a lot of blue light during the day, but natural light consists of the full spectrum, so that the effects of the blue light are counteracted by the other colours in the spectrum. Get some blue light blocking glasses! More importantly, consider your children! Their eyes are more susceptible to blue light than ours. Think twice before handing them a device, and, if you do, do so together with a pair of blue light blockers!
The fountain of youth has long been sought by man, science being the critical avenue in which we’ve explored this prospect, and one Nobel Prize-winning scientist recently uncovered a vital piece in the search.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
On October 3rd, 2016, the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Yoshinori Ohsumi for his discoveries of mechanisms for autophagy, a term that translates to “self-eat.” In short, autophagy is the body’s self-cleaning system, a mechanism in which cells get rid of all the broken down, old cell machinery (organelles, proteins and cell membranes). It is a regulated, orderly process to degrade and recycle cellular components.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The process of autophagy is like replacing parts in a car—sometimes we need a new engine or battery for the car to function better. The same thing happens within each of our cells. During autophagy, old cellular debris is sent to specialized compartments within the cell called “lysosomes.” Lysosomes contain enzymes that degrade the old debris, breaking it down into smaller components to be reused again by the cell."⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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NEWS: Two molecules with the power of life and death over cells also play a key role in protecting the genome and preventing cancer, a major new study reveals.⠀
Scientists at the ICR showed that the proteins, called RIPK1 and Casp8, work together to copy DNA correctly when cells divide.⠀
The two proteins are known for their role in triggering cell death, but the study found they also seem to act as ‘tumour suppressors’, preventing healthy cells becoming cancerous by stopping the genetic faults that trigger cancer.⠀
This unexpected role – revealed in research published in Molecular Cell (@cellpress
) – could help to explain why the proteins can be missing or damaged in several forms of cancer.⠀
Read the full story at ICR.ac.uk/news or click the link in our bio ☝️⠀
Image courtesy of @wellcomecollection
of a lung cancer cell in the latter stages of cell division where two daughter cells have nearly separated from each other; only a small bridge of cytoplasm connects them. Credit: Anne Weston, @thefranciscrickinstitute.
License: CC BY-NC 4.0
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Colourful view of the ICGEB New Delhi building. Courtesy of Dr. Asif Mohmmed, Group Leader of the Parasite Cell Biology Lab., working on Functional biology of parasite proteases, developmental regulation of cell organelles, cellular stress and parasite cell-death, protein trafficking machinery, new anti-malarials.
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Při projíždění zdrojů na přípravu článků pro vás, jsem narazil na odkaz, který dle studie upozorňuje na problém s L-norvalinem, který se přidává do některých předtréninkových suplementů. Našel jsem ho namátkou například v NO3 Chrome na obrázku.
Nechci kvůli tomu sepisovat celý článek, ale určitě k zamyšlení a osobně bych se mu raději asi vyhnul, i když se jedná o studii "in vitro" a spoléhal na osvědčené pumpy na bázi třeba citrulinu, které l-norvalin neobsahují 😉
"Nová studie uvádí, že populární doplněk pro zlepšení tréninku a obnovy, l-norvalin, může mít negativní vliv na zdraví mozku. Výzkumníci zjistili, že v nízkých koncentracích doplněk způsobuje poškození neuronů, což nakonec vede ke smrti buněk." Zdroj: University of Technology Sydney.
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The natural human sunburn cycle (without the application of any sun lotions or sunscreens) is approximately one week in length (7 days) from start to finish. Macroscopically, it consists of three stages or phases including Inflammation (Phase I), New Tissue Formation (Phase II), and Apoptosis or visible peeling (Phase III). ➡️ In the last apoptotic phase, the top layer of dead skin cells sloughs off to reveal a new tissue layer beneath. This process directly follows on from the inflammatory phase and is complete approximately 7 days following exposure.
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The natural human sunburn cycle (without the application of any sun lotions or sunscreens) is approximately one week in length (7 days) from start to finish. Macroscopically, it consists of three stages or phases including Inflammation (Phase I), New Tissue Formation (Phase II), and Apoptosis or visible peeling (Phase III).
➡️ The second new tissue formation phase is stimulated below the surface of the skin some time after initial exposure and it is complete within one week.
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