An injectable enzyme developed by a Japanese company (which makes soy sauce) allows wool to be peeled from sheep, rather than sheared. gfycat.com/tiredshortcott…
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TIL Both male and female sweat have the same componds but in different composition. The difference in each aroma is caused by bacterial enzymes that changes the sweat to produce the smelly compounds. Women have a more oniony fragrance while men have more of a cheesy fragrance. mcgill.ca/oss/article/gen…
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How do we know that Covid-19 vaccines won't teach our immune system to attack our own ACE2 enzymes?

Is there a risk here for developing an autoimmune disorder where we teach our bodies to target molecules that fit our ACE2 receptors (the key molecules, not the receptors, angiotensin, I think it's called) and inadvertently, this creates some cascade which leads to a cycle of really high blood pressure/ immune system inflammation? Are the coronavirus spikes different enough from our innate enzymes that this risk is really low?

Edit: I added the bit in parentheses, as some ppl thought that I was talking about the receptors themselves, my bad.

Another edit: This is partially coming from a place of already having an autoimmune disorder, I've seen my own body attack cells it isn't supposed to attack. With the talk of expedited trials, I can't help but be a little worried about outcomes that aren't immediately obvious.

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Studying enzymes is not so bad, after all
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Head of Libelloides coccajus larva (family Ascalaphidae). These ambush hunter predators use their jaws to grab prey (e.g. caterpillars) and to inject a liquid containing venom and enzymes to immobilize and digest the innards of the prey. They also cover their skin with dirt to camouflage themselves.
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New super-enzyme eats plastic bottles six times faster Breakthrough that builds on plastic-eating bugs first discovered by Japan in 2016 promises to enable full recycling theguardian.com/environme…
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[OC] Studying enzymes is not that bad - by Lisanne_waifu on insta
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Luminous Fungi - These mushrooms use a class of molecules called luciferins, which paired with an enzyme and oxygen, release light. It's the same compound found in fireflies and underwater creatures. gfycat.com/unevenscornful…
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Has anyone brewed a Low Carb beer using enzymes?

Hey guys has any one made a low carb beer? If so did you use enzymes? How did it turn out?

I’ve been considering using these Alpha Galactosidase Tablets .

I’ve also seen a recipe where someone put Beta Amylase in the secondary to do the same thing.

Thanks for any help, 🍺

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TIL that the outer coating of kernels of corn cannot be digested, because they are made of cellulose, which humans don't have the proper enzymes or gut bacteria to process. sciencefocus.com/science/…
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Been 3 weeks in secondary after adding the fruit. Added some pectic enzyme for some clarity. Will bottle in 24 to 48 hours. Then on to 3 gallons of mead. Stoked.
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Scientists found the secret behind the unpleasant smell of BO: an enzyme called C-T lyase, found in bacteria that live in armpits. They feed on sweat & convert it smelly thioalcohols. C-T lyase function confirmed by gene insertion, which made a non-smelly bacteria suddenly stink. theguardian.com/science/2…
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Could Inhbiting Certain Enzymes Metabolize Safrole Into A Different Drug, Something Similar to MDMA?

Hello, I just had this thought not too long ago. Since our bodies are essentially "organic laboratories," could we hypothetically take certain substances before dosing Safrole (Used to make MDA and MDMA) so that it's converted into something else? Perhaps MDA or another psychoactive drug?

I've read of this being done with other drugs, like grapefruit juice being used to make MDMA safer by preventing some of it from metabolizing into MDA.

I read that Piperine taken alongside DXM metabolizes it into a different drug as well, although I forget which. If someones interested i'll dig up the post.

Is it possible that this could be done with safrole though? It seems like it could to me, hoping someone with a more nuanced understanding of this can fill in.

Some helpful links:

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Oh, and for anyone worried about safroles potential toxicity and carcinogenic effects, read this article. It sort of tore apart the notion that safrole is carcinogenic in humans, there is evidence suggesting moderate doses are anticarcinogenic.

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New super-enzyme eats plastic bottles six times faster Breakthrough that builds on plastic-eating bugs first discovered by Japan in 2016 promises to enable full recycling theguardian.com/environme…
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Pineapples and Papayas have flesh-eating enzymes, so technically they're the only food items that eat you back.
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Test prop causing elevated liver enzymes and high rbc count?

I decided to use test prop for trt after hearing good things about it for estrogen sensitive people and the day after injection I woke up feeling horrible. Nauseous, blurry vision, stomach pain, constipation, fatigue, muscle weakness. I went to urgent care and turns out my liver enzymes were through the roof! I don’t drink or do any other drugs so it was 100% the test prop. Also my rbc was really high as well. Anyone ever experience this type of systemic inflammation from test prop before? I’ll definitely be going back to test E

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Tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol are far more potent antiviral molecules against SARS-CoV-2 then the reference drugs lopinavir, chloroquine, and remdesivir. This based on molecular conformations in active binding pocket of the SARS-CoV-2 Mpro enzyme. sciencedirect.com/science…
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PineapΒ­ples conΒ­tain the enΒ­zyme bromeΒ­lain, which breaks down meat proΒ­teins. This causes a sharp tingly sensation after eating pineapple, as the enzymes begin to digest the inside of your mouth.
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Would chronic use of an opiate like Codeine or Tramadol result in depletion of the CYP2D6 enzyme?

If so, is there any literature that addresses how much/how long?

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Enzyme has gone live. Create your own DeFi track record with options for AMM, lending, and more!

Today Enzyme has officially gone live!

This means anyone can open and manage an asset management fund in a secure and transparent way. Create your portfolio, manage assets, collect fees! Integration with lending protocols like Compound, AMM like Uniswap, all Synthetix assets and more.

Learn more about the release here.

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Aerobic exercise reverses degenerative process that leads to metabolic diseases. Experiments with mice and humans showed that exercise training increased the expression in adipose tissue of a key enzyme for the organism's metabolic health, combating the harmful effects of aging and obesity agencia.fapesp.br/study-d…
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Scientist demonstrated for the first time that cannabidiol induces the expression of an enzyme with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in skin cells. This could be used in treating skin diseases such as atopic dermatitis, as well as in cosmetics and nutrition. uco.es/ucci/es/noticias-i…
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Thoughts on this papaya-mango enzyme scalp serum?

I wanted to make an exfoliating kind of scalp serum but now with any salicylic acid or BHA/AHA or anything. I've had some of the papaya mango enzymes from formulator sample shop and thought maybe they'd be a good fit for this? I think I expected to feel something a bit more but it's pretty mild. I feel like it's helped a bit with my itchy scalp too but that could all be in my head. I'm thinking maybe in the future I'll add some willow bark extract or some bromelain powder. There's no fragrance in this either, it's colored with a tiny tiny amount of water soluble dye.

Ingredients: (30g total)

89.5% water (26.85g)

3% glycerin (0.89g)

5% pap ango enzymes (1.5g)

2%hec (0.6g)

0.5% liquid germall plus (0.15g)

http://imgur.com/a/fxP7XQx

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I put fresh slices of pineapple between the cuts of my precooked spiral cut ham. Instead of getting a delicious meal, I got a big pile of ham mush. Pineapple has the enzyme bromelain which acts as a meat tenderizer. TIL a SFP tip.
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What's the difference between an enzyme and a hormone?

You can't hear an enzyme.

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Elevated liver enzymes due to finasteride?

Hi everyone, I’ve just had a phone call from my doctors surgery in relation to elevated liver enzymes. At the time I never thought anything of it so I googled finasteride effects on the liver and elevated liver enzymes can be caused due to the drug. Should I call them back and tell them that I take finasteride as they have me booked in again to test for coeliac disease in which elevated liver enzymes is one of the signs of the disease.

Thanks everyone.

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Taking DAO directly (without the capsule) and other enzymes

Has anyone taken DAO supplements without the capsule? I want to take Histamine Block (Seeking health’s DAO) and I think I’m reacting to the capsule. Does it work for anyone without the capsule?

I’m also about to try NaturDAO, and I’d like to eliminate the capsule if it works the same.

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I’m also wondering what digestive enzymes do you use? And how much do you take? To digest starches and fibre for example. Also how do you take it with meals? Do you take betaine HCL and what dose?

Thanks a lot in advance (good luck everyone!)

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Elevated Liver Enzymes from Test?

Hi everyone,

Title pretty much says it all. Been on Testosterone since September now. Know I’ve made a few posts in the past but thankfully all my issues have been resolved with time and sticking with it.

However, I went in to get follow up labs and my liver enzymes came back pretty elevated. Alt I believe was in the 100s. It’s pretty concerning since my last labs in October showed elevated liver enzymes too. They’ve improved since then but they are still elevated. Everything else came back great which was good. But this liver issue is not good

It’s weird because I’m at a Loss. I have no symptoms and feel great. I don’t drink that much at all.

Anyone else have seen this? I’m wondering if the testosterone is to blame

Thanks

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Drug prescribed for rare enzyme deficiency shows promise to treat herpes viruses

https://www.news-medical.net/news/20201207/Drug-prescribed-for-rare-enzyme-deficiency-shows-promise-to-treat-herpes-viruses.aspx

https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/news/drug-could-be-repurposed-to-treat-herpes-viruses-343692

Really interesting read on how phenylbutyrate (PBA) looks to be a way of improving treatment when combined with lower doses of acyclovir to remove herpes from cells.

Even better - the fact it is already FDA approved means it's likely to appear on the market more immediately.

Shukla said. "The added bonus of this drug already being approved by the FDA to treat a rare enzyme disorder means that we may be able to quickly develop a marketable new combination therapy in the near future."

" When they tested a combination of PBA with acyclovir cells infected with HSV-1, the drug combo was able to completely clear the virus from the cells faster and better than either drug alone*. "*

I know there's huge progress on vaccines/gene therapy but looks like there's good news in the mean time in providing more effective treatment options too - every day it's getting better and better gang! :)

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Why is collecting enzyme tokens so hard
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From a video where they are explaining the enzyme LUCIFERase and its effect it will have on the human body.
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Everything you need to know about "Enzyme Structure and Function"
  • Enzyme function
  1. Lower activation energy by stabilizing transition state
  2. Forms enzyme-substrate complex lowers the activation energy providing the reaction to convert to products more rapidly
  3. Thermodynamics not altered at all
  4. Bring substates together in optimal orientation and creating ideal chemical environment for the reaction
  5. Enzyme remains unchanged after the reaction
  • Classification of enzymes by reaction type
  1. Oxidoreductase: catalyze redox reactions. (Dehydrogenase: oxidizes reactants)
  2. Transferases: move functional groups from one molecule to another (kinases - add phosphate to reactant
  3. Hydrolase: Uses water to cleave a covalent bond (forms two different molecules) (phosphatases)
  4. Lyases: breaks a bond without the use of water
  5. Isomerase: molecule converted into an isomer
  6. Ligase: catalyze the reaction where two molecules join to form one molecule (syntheses)
  • Effects of local conditions on activity of enzymes
  1. Temperature - reduced: enzyme activity usually declines. If temp increases, activity increases up until a certain temp where the enzyme begins to denature
  2. pH changes can affect tertiary structure and folding thereby changing enzyme activity
  3. Optimal conditions - best catalytic activity
  • Reduction of activation energy
  1. enzymes reduce the free energy of the TRANSITION STATE
    1. the activation energy
  2. Increasing reaction rate
  • Substrates and enzyme specificity
  1. Enzyme's active site binds substrates
  2. Each active site contains a specific amino acid residue combination that uniquely binds substrates
  • Active site model
  1. Active site is where substrate binds
  2. Where catalytic activity occurs
  3. Describes the location where enzymes interacts with the substrate
  4. Shape and local chemical environment of active site are responsible for specificity of an enzyme
  • Induced-fit model
  1. Enzyme changes shape slightly when binds substrate
  2. Results in a tighter fit - induced fit
  • Mechanism of catalysis
    • Cofactors and coenzymes
      • Cofactors: inorganic ions (usually metal ions) that assist an enzyme in catalytic activity (iron and magnesium ions)
      • Coenzymes: small organic molecules that assist in catalytic activity (vitamins, heme, NAD+, CoA - mainly derived from vitamins)
      • Holoenzyme - enzyme + it's cofactor
      • Apoenzyme - inactive enzyme because cofactor is missing
    • Water-soluble vitamins
      • B-vitamins - niacin
... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Can you take DAO enzymes daily?

Is it safe? And do you always have to take it with food? Or can it help with symptoms as well? Thanks

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Terrified about liver enzymes. Looking for context, reassurance, or success stories.

Hi everyone... I know you aren't doctors, and I'm not looking for false hope, but I'm really scared, and could use some personal anecdotes or reassurance.

I had some less-than-ideal blood test results just before Christmas: elevated MCV and MCH. My doctor called to explain that this meant my blood cells are "big", which can be a sign of chronic alcoholism.

This was a "wake up" call for me. I did drink over the holidays, but far less than I normally would (my "usual" is a bottle or two of wine a day), and I haven't touched a drop since January 1.

She sent me for a follow up to look at GGT and ALT (among other things). Got blood drawn today (after one week no alcohol), and got results this afternoon: GGT is 100 (normal range 12-37), and ALT is 61 (normal range <36). (I haven't heard directly from doctor yet, but was able to see the results by logging into my lab's virtual dashboard.)

I had mentally prepared myself to see these enzymes elevatedβ€”I had these numbers drawn in 2018 and they were slightly up but still within normal rangeβ€”but seeing them 3X and 2X the normal range respectively has scared the ever-living fuck out of me.

Anyway, I am here to try to orient myself a little, and attempt to calm my nerves before going into the weekend, as I likely won't hear from doctor until Monday at the absolute earliest. Google is telling me anything outside normal range is Bad with a capital B. But I'm seeing some folks in this sub with ranges waaaaay higher than I have, whose enzymes returned to fully normal after being sober for several months or a year.

I'm just looking for perspective... I have no way to contextualize whether a number like GGT of 100 is like, scary and advanced cirrhosis time, or whether it's more like a "bad but not horrifying" warning sign. What's "normal" in the world of "elevated"?

Any input, experience, or words of encouragement would be so appreciated!

For what it's worth, I'm 30, female. I've been drinking heavily since I was 20, but for many years it was just on weekends: binge drinking with friends, often blacking out. Since COVID though, I've kind of spiraled into drinking 750mL to 1L of white wine per day, sometimes more. I haven't had a drink in a week, and haven't felt this good in months, if not years. IWNDWTY!

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Cyclooxygenase Enzyme Activities (COX-1 / COX-2), or pain relief properties of kavalactones.

Today we’re going to be focusing specifically on the pain relief properties of kavalactones. Ibuprofen, naproxen (Aleve), and aspirin are common drugs which fall into the class called β€œNSAIDs”. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs share a common quality. They inhibit the activity of one, the other, or both cyclooxygenase enzymes known as COX-1, and COX-2. Cyclooxygenase is an enzyme that is responsible for forming prostanoids that play a major role in pain and inflammation [1]. Most NSAIDs work by non-selectively blocking both COX-1 and COX-2 enzymes, thus reducing inflammation and pain. Kava was shown to inhibit both COX-1 and COX-2 enzymes substantially with all kavalactones. In fact, kava was shown to inhibit COX-1 enzymes by a greater or equal degree across all kavalactones in comparison to Ibuprofen, naproxen, and aspirin. Dihydromethysticin and yangonin were shown to be as good as the three pain relievers mentioned in regards to COX-2 inhibition [2], similar to drugs like Celebrex. If you’re noticing relief from aches and pains after drinking, or maybe seeing relief from arthritis this could lend evidence towards why.

https://i.imgur.com/redeUAW.jpg [2]

[1] Cyclooxygenase. (2020, December 02). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclooxygenase

[2] Wu D, Yu L, Nair MG, DeWitt DL, Ramsewak RS. Cyclooxygenase enzyme inhibitory compounds with antioxidant activities from Piper methysticum (kava kava) roots. Phytomedicine. 2002 Jan;9(1):41-7. doi: 10.1078/0944-7113-00068. PMID: 11924763.

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Any long term risks of taking digestive enzymes every meal every day?

I've recently found digestiev enzymes seem to help my LPR, more than PPIs or any antiacids do at least. My throat soreness isn't gone but it seems to be much more manageable on them. Now my question is just if anyone has knowledge or experience regarding the matter. Are there any negative consequences with taking them long term?

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Digestive enzymes long term

I’ve been taking NOW Digestive Enzymes for about 2 months and they have really helped me combat my chronic diarrhea. My question can I take these long term? I’ve heard mumbling about how if you take them your body will stop making them on it’s own, but I have no clue if that true or not.

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Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers created an artificial enzyme that stops misfolded alpha-synuclein from spreading and could become the basis for a new treatment for Parkinson's disease. sciencedirect.com/science…
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Homemade fruit enzymes (pineapple & lemon)
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The reason why some people can't use DXM - Genetic enzyme levels & DXM intolerance youtu.be/-EO3QGGDJJA
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Researchers make their own enzyme pathway to get COβ‚‚ out of the air arstechnica.com/science/2…
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How to tell if enzyme cleaner worked?

I have a UV light and can see the yellow pee stains, but they’re still yellow after using an enzyme cleaner. I read that they’re supposed to turn blue or white; is this not always the case?

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Alternative reasons for high liver enzymes after testing shows no FLD

ALT 86 ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 129Β U/L AST 40 GGT 311

So, I've already been eating carnivore for the last year. Exercise lightly 3 days a week. Don't drink often. I have no viral infections. No results for inflammation or for autoimmune. Is there any reason I may be missing?

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An injectable enzyme developed by a Japanese company (which makes soy sauce) allows wool to be peeled from sheep, rather than sheared. gfycat.com/tiredshortcott…
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Fun fact! :Within three days of death, the enzymes from your digestive system begin to digest your body,biscally your own body will eat your insides until you're a bag of bones left in a casket and turned into a maraca v.redd.it/6dmjmgzbdba61
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Enzyme expired in 1997? No problem
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First time doing kombucha. 2F. I added grape enzyme. v.redd.it/h44nrhnfnoa61
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Trikafta and Creon or other Enzymes

Sooo I usually never forget my enzymes when I eat to take my Trikafta. But last night was the first time. I had a Ensure shake so not the worst thing in the world...

But here’s the kicker, I didn’t realize I forgot them until I saw them on the counter this morning and I have no stomach ache or anything.

Has anybody need less or stopped taking them once on Trikafta?

Thanks me and happy new year!

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Enzyme is now live, included in the list of tradable assets is all Synthetix assets!

A few months ago there was a collaboration announced between Enzyme and Synthetix.

Today Enzyme has officially gone live!

This means anyone can open and manage an asset management fund in a secure and transparent way.

Included on the list of tradable assets is all Synthetix assets!

Learn more about the release here.

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