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Protein: Protein Food By Cathy Wilson
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Protein: Protein Food by certified trainer, nutritionist, and author Cathy Wilson contains proven strategies and take action steps on how to lose weight, increase metabolism, and feel good about your... More > energy, body, and life! Sneak Peak of What You'll Learn Inside... *Eat Healthy Protein *Sample Protein Food to Lose Weight FAST *Protein Strategies to Boost Metabolism and Blast Fat FAST! *Protein Tips That Detoxify Your Body *Pointers and Action Steps +++ Protein: Protein Food is your first step in healthy, happy, sexy, skinny strong! Are you ready to get started?< Less
Protein Phosphorylation By Melissa George
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Phosphorylation is an important covalent post-translational modification (PTM) in cell signaling pathways. This modification is a reversible process, and is catalyzed by protein kinases. Study showed... More > that over 30% of eukaryotic proteins are subject to phosphorylation. Phosphorylation modification has mainly two regulatory mechanisms for the target proteins: (1) phosphorylation may cause a conformational change in the structure of modified proteins, such as enzymes and receptors, turning “on” or “off” the function. (2) phosphorylation changes the proteins’ affinity to their effector, by doing so, phosphorylated proteins can recruit or release their downstream effectors. Hence, it is conceivable that phosphorylation modification regulates a broad range of biological activities, such as cell growth, cell metabolism, cell division, and so on.< Less
Protein Dictionary By Michael Truman
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Contains protein values for thousands of common foods.
Protein Dictionary By Michael Truman
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Contains protein values for thousands of common foods.
Whey Protein By Loren Ward
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Whey proteins are a popular source of dietary protein. Learn how whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolates and other whey-derived ingredients are made and one specific application of how a... More > whey protein ingredient is being used to decrease body fat and increase muscle.< Less
The Protein Plague By Markus Heinrich Rehbach
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This book is all about the perils of high protein diets, fructose, meat, eggs, and milk. This book will probably surprise you as much as I was surprised when researching it. The good news is that it... More > is much simpler to gain the optimal nutrition than we have been mislead to believe. No more worries about 'am I getting enough protein'. This book explains the modern Western epidemics of cancer, osteoporosis, kidney disease, obesity, arthritis, depression, anxiety, hyper-tension, heart disease (heart attacks and strokes), and senescence, in the context of the recent massive overdoses of protein, especially from animal sources, that have become the new norm. In evolutionary terms such high protein diets are new. We simply have not evolved in a high protein diet environment. This fact appears to be mirrored in cancer rates that are today many thousands of times higher than they were just a few generations ago.< Less
The M Protein By Alexandros Daskalos
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M is not an ordinary protein. Soon after his birth, he enters the cell nucleus where he is told that he is a Mutant. The guardian proteins of the human cell order him to report to lysosome number two... More > and undergo degradation. Faced with the terrifying idea of extinction, M undergoes a rapid existential transformation that defines his fate and leads him to a breathtaking journey of self-awareness. Follow the M protein and discover the basic properties and functions of a human cell. Written by a biologist who is font of fantasy fiction, this book interweaves the educational procedure with the thrilling aspects of an adventure inside a magic, new world.< Less
Bacterial Total Protein and Membrane Protein Extraction By Creative Biomart
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This ebook describes several methods for extracting bacterial total protein and membrane proteins.
Protein Interaction Introduction By Creative Biomart
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A variety of specific macromolecular interactions such as protein-DNA, protein-RNA, protein-protein, protein-lipid and protein-carbohydrate interactions are important in biological systems. Since the... More > specific interactions between the cellular macromolecules form the basis for all biological processes, the ability to manipulate the formation of these complexes will open up possibilities to selectively interfere with these processes. Understanding the physical basis for specificity in the different systems and mapping the various networks of interactions is central to the subsequent reengineering of the processes.< Less
HIGH PROTEIN DIET DANGERS By Agatha Thrash, MD
eBook (PDF): $1.50
Learn about when a high protein diet is a risk and what to do about it--naturally.

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