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    Simonchini the cause of cancer is a fungus and the actual theories about cancer are all wrong. His therapy is based on sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) which is the strongest antifungal substance. The fundamental theory of his treatment points to the fact that the presence of fungus will result to development and spreading of tumors. Fungus cannot be immune with Sodium bicarbonate and the latter has the ability to penetrate and disintegrate the tumor effectively. The Simoncini Protocol also known…

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    atmospheres in many different ways. When CO2 is discharged it can be absorbed by plants or oceans, or it is released into our atmosphere. When CO2 is absorbed into the ocean it reacts with water and through additional chemical reactions bicarbonates are formed. These bicarbonates contribute to the altering of the ocean’s pH by disrupting saturation of several calcium…

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    Nasal Stripss Case Study

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    1. Do nasal strips help with performance? (You must put the answer this in your own words. DO NOT plagiarize) Nasal strips have negative effects on performance. The effects are due to the inhalation and the exhalation being minimized to enhance the performance; with or without oxygen. Moreover, this is an inactive solution that will attract athletes to increase their performance. The negative effects will effect those who are not physical active or elite. The negative effects and non-effective…

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    Background : Stoichiometry is the relationship between the relative quantities of substances taking part in a reaction or forming a compound, typically a ratio of whole integers. In the lab that I did with my group we used stoichiometry to find out the decomposition of sodium biocarbonate. Sodium carbonate is just another name for baking soda, and that is what we used on our lab. Baking soda is also used in some food items, such as pancakes, waffles etc… When the baking soda is being heated…

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    In addition, Di’s ‘ serum glucose and serum bicarbonate are tested, the serum glucose (fasting blood glucose) is used to the test the glucose within the blood Di serum glucose results are 648 mg/dL the normal range should be 80-110 mg/dL after an overnight fast. Di is therefore suffering from hyperglycemia; there is too much glucose in her blood. The bicarbonate is an electrolyte that helps the body maintain its pH balance; Di serum bicarbonate is 8mEq/L the normal range (24-28). Upon the return…

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    Albumin Synthesis

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    one without pepsin. This differed from our hypothesis which stated the tube that only contained Pepsin would degrade the most. We also saw there was a difference between the sample that had sodium bicarbonate and acetic acid. Acetic acid had a faster chemical reaction than the sample with sodium bicarbonate. Through this experiment observed how different conditions can affect the albumin…

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    Pymol Isoenzymes

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    The general aim of the study was to use Pymol to analyse molecular graphics of the isoenzymes carbonic anhydrase (CA) I and II, CA substrates (e.g. bicarbonate), and CA selective inhibitors (e.g., sulfonamides) to determine the relationship between CA structure and function. The specific aim of the study, described in part (ii), was to use Pymol to analyse molecular graphics of CA-I, and II, to determine relationship between structure and function and then use the results to analyse how one of…

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    of TCL’s soda ash manufacturing activities. In 2006, TCL’s soda ash capacity took a significant leap when it acquired the UK-based Brunner Mond Group, (Tata Chemicals Europe Limited) one of the world’s leading manufacturer of soda ash and sodium bicarbonate. Through this acquisition, manufacturing facilities in Northwich and Winnington, UK and Lake Magadi, Kenya joined the TCL fold. In early 2008, TCL successfully completed the acquisition of US-based General Chemical (now Tata Chemicals North…

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    Enasidenib Chemistry

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    Chemistry: Enasidenib is a first in class, a selective allosteric inhibitor of mutant isocitrate dehydrogenase-2 (IDH2) inhibitor discovered at Agios Pharmaceutical, Inc. in the United States of America. Recently, on 1 August 2017, Celgene Corporation and Agios Pharmaceutical in cooperation won the approval for Enasidenib under brand name IdhifaTm for the treatment of relapsed/refractory acute myeloid leukemia. it is a white to off-white crystalline, non hygroscopic powder existing in…

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    Molecules Project 1: Chemiluminescence Luuk Adema & Ewout van der Veer S2794640 & S2680254 luukadema@hotmail.com & ewoutvanderveer@msn.com 31-10-14 F. Mecozzi, E. Hagting & M. van Zuylen Abstract Luminol was synthesized and the light intensity of its luminescence was tested. The yield of the synthesis was 55%. Measurements of the intensity of luminescence were done under standard and optimal conditions resulting in peak intensities of ±0.02 lux (standard) and ±0.03 lux (optimal). It has been…

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