THE ROBERT CATHEY RESEARCH SOURCE
Updated February 14, 2004
Amylase attacks hCG; and the importance of amylase as precursive enzyme
activity before proteinase
The outer coating of a cancer cell has human Chorionic gonadotropin as
the suitable substrate for the attack of amylase, then protease. The carbohydrate
portion is sialylated, but the sugar portion is susceptible to attack.
But the proteases, like carboxypeptidase, trypsin and chymotrypsin are
unable to reach the protein until amylase does it's work. This is the rationale
for using amylase in abundance alone or
in combination. In some cases, due to symptoms of pain in the
back, high arterial pressure, drowsiness, etc., proteases/proteinases should
be discontinued and amylase alone used. For a more extensive
overview on enzymes go to: www.navi.net/~rsc/iet_txt.html
The molecules seen show that amylase makes trypsin or other proteinases
able to access their protein subtrates.
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MATERIAL:The John Beard
and Ernst Krebs, Jr. Memorial Web Page
An Overview of Enzymology: www.navi.net/~rsc/iet_txt.html
On the Cause of Birth and Its Relation to Cancer Regression: www.navi.net/~rsc/thesis.htm
This site has an article by John Beard showing that amylase is
essential in enzyme therapy, otherwise, one may experience symptoms similar
(Current Document Location: http://www.navi.net/~rsc/sialo.htm)
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