TRANSFER OF HUMAN HAIR EXOCUTICLES ONTO GLASS BY LIQUID CATALASE AND WHOLE BLOOD (REPORTING BLOOD CLUMPING FORMATION WHEN CONTACT WITH KERATIN AS POSSIBLE FACTOR IN ATHEROSCLEROSIS)Journal: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH -GRANTHAALAYAH (Vol.6, No. 10)
Publication Date: 2018-10-30
Authors : Abraham A. Embí BSc;
Page : 187-193
Keywords : Blood Catalase; Hair Cuticles; Image Transfer Technique; Vascular Diseases; Keratin Catalase Binding; Keratin Coronary Artery Disease; Keratin and Blood Clumping.;
The genesis of cardiovascular diseases, namely intra-arterial plaques formation leading to heart attacks, strokes and other vascular complication remains unanswered. To date there is accumulated evidence attributing antioxidant activity (toxic materials) of biochemical events in the human body as probable cause for the illness. Experts in the area of cardiovascular diseases have identified a lack of standardization in disease management; therefore, clinical trials comparing antioxidant agents (such as catalase) have been difficult to compare. Experts are also calling for new knowledge in relation to blood antioxidants physiology. Keratin is a chemical present in cellular structures in the body, also present in the human hair root and shaft. This manuscript presents a new finding, which is documentation of a binding capacity of catalase with keratin. Red blood cell are the main carriers of the catalase present in the circulatory system; in this manuscript experiments are introduced in support of a hypothesis adding one additional factor in the genesis of atherosclerosis; which is the protein enzyme catalase ever present in erythrocytes reacting with the keratin present in human arteries via an unknown mechanism.
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