Body Biochemicals 4 Test Kit
The energy patterns of the DNA bases, more hormones involved in weight loss, two enkephalins and chemicals involved in blood clotting.
For use by kinesiologists, chiropractors, NAET and EAV practitioners. etc.
(This kit does not come with a storage box. If required go to our test kit accessories section)
BB76 Acetyl Coenzyme A
Synthesized in the mitochondria of all cells and is used to generate ATP in the Krebs cycle; involved in the synthesis of Ach in some nerve cells.
In order for muscle to contract myosin and actin must interact; actin-myosin interaction activates actomyosin ATPase which extracts energy from ATP for contraction.
One of the bases of DNA & RNA.
Speeds up the rate at which electrical signals in the brain die away, so affects long-term memory. may have a role in dementia; post-traumatic stress
Syndrome and heart failure.
BB80 Calmodulin/Modulator Protein/ CaM/ Phosphodiesterase 3’:5’- Cyclic Nucleotide Activator
Calcium-binding protein found within cells; many different biochemical processes known to be regulated by calmodulin, although the interactions of calmodulin with its various target enzymes are only poorly understood; has a regulatory effect on contraction and relaxation of smooth muscles; involved in gene regulation, protein synthesis, inflammation, short term memory, the immune response, viral penetration, and the cell cycle implicating it in AIDs, Alzheimer’s, certain cancers and other diseases.
BB81 Carbonic Anhydrase
Present in red blood cells and kidney cells; controls the elimination of carbon dioxide from the body and the pH of urine; facilitates the transfer of carbon dioxide from the tissues to the blood and from the blood to the alveoli (air sacs) of the lungs; involved in production of gastric acid.
The decomposition of hydrogen peroxide8 into water and oxygen.
One of the bases of DNA & RNA.
BB84 Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV
Arrests biological activity of GLP1 and Substance P.
Insoluble; essential to blood clotting; formed from fibrinogen by the action of thrombin.
A clotting factor in blood plasma that is converted to fibrin; produced by liver and plasma cells; approximately 7% of blood plasma proteins.
The principal carbohydrate storage material in the body; plays an important role in controlling blood sugar levels.
BB88 Glycogen Phosphorylase A
Involved in converting glycogen to glucose.
BB89 Glycogen Synthase
Involved in converting glucose to glycogen.
One of the basis of DNA & RNA.
Formed from the breakdown of methionine; should exist only briefly before being broken down into cystathione and then cysteine; if does not happen efficiently then raised blood levels of homocysteine can occur. Linked to atherosclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease; also to homozygous homocysteine (rare condition).
Produced in the skin epidermis; helps protect skin and underlying tissues from heat, microbes and chemicals.
BB93 Leucine Enkephalin
Produced in the adrenal medulla; inhibits pain impulses by suppressing release of Substance P; increased secretion into the blood stream when stressed. Morphine stimulates enkephalin receptors.
BB94 Methionine Enkephalin
Produced in the adrenal medulla; sedative effect; inhibits pain impulses by suppressing release of Substance P; increased secretion into the blood stream when stressed.
In alcohol- and cocaine-pre¬ferring mouse strains, methionine enkephalin is lower in the hypothala¬mus; morphine stimulates enkephalin receptors.
In order for muscle to contract, myosin and actin7 must interact.
BB96 Prothrombin/ Factor II
Inactive protein synthesized by the liver, released into the blood, and converted to active thrombin7 in the process of blood clotting.
BB97 Terminal Transferase
A DNA polymerase that does not require a primer; catalyses the addition of nucleotides to DNA (involved in cell division).
Active enzyme produced from prothrombin; acts to covert fibrinogen to fibrin.
One of the DNA bases.
One of the bases of RNA.