torstai 7. helmikuuta 2019

Candida albicans fungus behaves exactly like a cancer tumor

  • Genome Inventory (as of Nov 27, 2014), Metabolism, germ tubes and metastasis of Candida albicans tumors.
  • Diseases and problems caused by Systemic yeast infections are quite disparate, as well as life-threatening.
  • Understanding Candida, yeast and fungi structure.  
  • Do You Have Candida? Take The "Spit Test"


Candida albicans fungus behaves exactly like a cancer tumor 


(Google translated from finnish)


Candidiasis is an inflammation caused by candida yeast fungus. Yeast may cause allergic inflammation, infection, excessive hygiene, sultry bandages, over-sweet enjoyment, antibiotics or stress. 

Estrogens are reported to have a significant impact on the spread of diverse and bi formular fungi. 
The effect of estrogen related to difference between the sexes, and the second dual mode, the pathogenic fungus, Paracoccidioides brasiliensis infection, which in contrast to the yeast Candida albicans infection step is pathogenic, i.e. cause disease state. 
In healthy subjects, Paracoccidioides brasiliensis sticks mainly to adult men.






Diseases and problems caused by Systemic yeast infections are quite disparate, as well as life-threatening. 

The reason for this are many different mushrooms that you can possibly get from food, the environment, and Candida infection. 


These fungi are able to release the more than 100 known to mycotoxins (mycotoxins). 

Mycotoxins can affect various parts of the body and apparently unrelated ways. 
For example, one person can get adult acne, the next of arthritis 
and the other person's heart disease, fungi and mycotoxins can cause all of these diseases.
Systemic yeast infections are usually caused by Candida albicans or Candida tropicalis, intestinal hyperplasia position, although there are many other common fungi can cause or mimic the same symptoms and conditions for these diseases. 
They can also be caused by mold spores without such Asperigillus, which is very common in rural and urban communities. People may be exposed to in the workplace and at home the vastness of such quantities of airborne fungi (spores), which are the cause of many respiratory infections and allergies each year. 

Understanding Candida, yeast and fungi structure  
In order to obtain a successful treatment, are we to understand Candida, yeast and fungus structure. It really is your own way of life, appearing partly as a plant, animal and bacterial in nature. It is this ability to adapt and change shape, or its deformation, which causes it to be so difficult to eradicate from the human bodyOnce we understand its composition, we can successfully treat it with natural methods without damaging the body, so that it does not have immunity.

Candida albicans visualised using scanning electron microscopy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candida_albicans


Fungal structure


Mushrooms belong to the group of organisms called eukaryotes, have complex with the cell structures and in which cells have a nucleus, a nucleus or nucleating. 
Animals and plants allocation among the various cell types of the nucleus, bacteria are not. 

Fungal cell wall is composed of mannoproteins and chitin, which themselves consist of cellulose and starch. Chitin is a vegetable nature and gives the cell its rigidity , (cf. Insects and crayfish)
The cell wall is close to the same composition as vegetables, which makes them get up and grow by reaching toward the sunlight. It consists of a one-cell-thick filaments, strands, often referred to as mycelium , being very similar to the roots of the plants, because they feed on fungi (glucose) of the mycelium.

These roots, mycelia, can quite easily pierce the human intestinal walls and tissues of the human body and to create, for example.  Leaky gut syndrome and other negative effects.



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Within the cell is a membrane, the membrane consisting of proteins and fats, also known as lipoprotein, which is common, similar to the cell structure in animals and humans. 
In the center is the core, and together with the nucleating film over the lipoprotein is a "vegetable" cell wall, which has allowed the classification of fungi belonging to the animal kingdom, although they multiply asexually, in many cases, by producing  spores germ tubes (see Fig. Germination). 
They can also copulate with other fungal mycelium when the two meet, which can generate two monitumaista ball-shaped cells that join together to form the new kernel. Asexual distribution is very similar to the bacteria, which are simply divided, and each cell contains the same even if the chromosomes of the bacteria has no core. 
Fungal spores are, therefore, the ability to divide.
Candida understanding, yeast and fungi structure
In order to obtain a successful treatment, are we to understand Candida, yeast and fungus structure. It really is your own way of life, appearing partly as a plant, animal and bacterial in nature. 
It is this ability to adapt and change shape, or its deformation, which causes it to be so difficult to eradicate from the human body. 
Once we understand its composition, we can successfully treat it with natural methods without damaging the body, so that it does not have immunity. 

Within the cell is a membrane, the membrane consisting of proteins and fats, also known as lipoprotein, which is common, similar to the cell structure in animals and humans. 
In the center is the core, and together with the nucleating film over the lipoprotein is a "vegetable" cell wall, which has allowed the classification of fungi belonging to the animal kingdom, although they multiply asexually, in many cases, producing spores, germ tubes (see Fig. Germination)



They can also copulate with other fungal mycelia between the two, which may generate two multinucleus spherical cells, which are joined together to form a new core. 

Asexual distribution is very similar to the bacteria, which are simply divided, and each cell contains the same even if the chromosomes of the bacteria has no core. 
Fungal spores are, therefore, the ability to divide.


Cut tissue with tumors, "Cancer"        -       Laboratory grows pure Candida a.


Candida albicans tumor

Tumors are Perceived as one phenomenon. Tumors are one phenomenon, but there are many types.Why? 
According to official views see That genetic alteration at the basis of neoplastic development, it is possible That the alteration can manifest itself in any environment with all possible Typological differentiations.
300-candida-1From the microbiological point of view, Instead, it is always Candida invades That various anatomical parts, evoking different reactions as a function of the organs it feeds is.

These behaviors are a function of the quantity and quality of the affected tissues. An organ Whose connective tissue has been Invaded Defends itself with cellular hyper-productions That attempt to encyst the fungin colonies Which are trying to completely colonize the organism. 
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http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/en/candida-albicans-microbiological/

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Do You Have Candida? Take The "Spit Test"!


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Candidiasis is a very common infection caused by the Candida fungus, and can affect, your skin, nails, organs, genitals, throat, mouth and blood stream. This infection can affect, both men and women, but it's more commonly found in women.


Cancer and Candida
Over the years, many researchers have documented the co-existence of cancer and a specific fungal overgrowth known as Candidiasis ( Candida albicans ) with correlations of 79% to 97%. At least 10 other researchers suggested a causal link between Candida and cancers of the larynx, lung, esophagus, tongue, intestine, pancreas, and lymph system.


https://beatcancer.org/blog-posts/cancer-candida-and-sugar

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Candida Genome Database








The Candida Labs Page is a list of laboratories working on Candida around the world.
Candida colleagues are invited to enter information into Their colleague CGD using the Colleague Submission / Update Form. The page displays contact information, links to web pages, gene names and keywords as provided by Candida colleagues.

Please use the Colleague Submission / Update Form to update your colleague information in CGD. Display all Candida Labs

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Http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitiini
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hypha http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypha
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Somatic hyphae
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somatic_hyphae
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Fungal hyphae Cells
1- hyphal septum wall 2- 3- 4- Mitochondrion vacuole 5- Ergosterol Crystal Nucleus 6- to ribosomes 7- 8- 9- endoplasmic reticulum Lipid body 10 to the plasma membrane Spitzenkörper 11- 12- Golgi apparatus
http: // en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:HYPHAE.png
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Germ tubes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germ_tubes
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Germination
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germination
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Mycelium - mycelium - is the vegetative part of a fungus
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mycelium
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Opportunistic mycelial Fungal Infections in Organ Transplant Recipients
http://cid.oxfordjournals.org/content/37/2/221.full.pdf



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Candida - Mysticism dispelled!


Diseases and problems caused by systemic yeast infektioisen are quite disparate, as well as life-threatening.


The reason for this are many different mushrooms that you can possibly get from food, the environment, and Candida infection. 

These fungi are able to release the more than 100 known to mycotoxins (mycotoxins). 
Mycotoxins can affect various parts of the body and apparently unrelated ways.For example, one person can get adult acne, the next of arthritis, and another person of heart disease, fungi and mycotoxins voiaiheuttaa all these sairauksi

Candida secrete toxins
The body's yeasts to produce a by-product, acetaldehyde, which is a toxic substance and causes a number of health consequences. In fact, acetaldehyde is the same  compound that produces symptoms of alcohol consumption as hangovers, "hang - over". 

In the case of vaginal Candida albicans, it becomes invasiivisinen penetrating the first skin lining of the mycelium (hyphae with mycelial form). If the "food supply" is good, it will start to produce spores, which can double a population in an hour. 
If food intake is bad, then it will  send more mycelium in search of food .
Candida primary food source is simple carbohydrates, which are used to increase it.
In order to grow Candida albicans is available in biotin, also known as  vitamin B7.

Other species such as Candida glabrata of niacin is available and pyridoxine, vitamin B6, but  Candida glabrata does not generate mycelia, only the spores and is very durable Diflucan against added.
This opposition because it is believed to have adapted to the medicine.
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The World Health Organization's cancer research institute under IACR has classified acetaldehyde Class 1 carcinogen .





Structure of Candida and yeast 


Sometimes the yeast lives in the intestines of the human body (the internal environment), and does not normally cause any problems. 

But, due to various environmental factors, it moves to a unicellular or multicellular yeast of invasive form known as Candida na and begin to proliferate very rapidly
Spreading it to build to protect us Helicobacter pylori 
 -like, biofilm (biofilm). 
These biofilms may vary depending on the thickness of 25-450 microns and may begin to occur within the first 24 hours of colonization of biofilm composed of cellulose, which is a structural component of plants. The polynucleotides are primarily the DNA or RNA material polypeptides are proteins and polysaccharides, which are carbohydrates. Biofilm also contains fibrinogen, which are the same materials that the body uses the blood clotting of wounds. 
These materials are secured together lignandeilla with the stickiness, of the same features as wheat lectins. 

One structure of invasive Candida increases, a soft white colonization, and the other rod-like growing medium gray. This may be of the same species of Candida, and it can change its shape as a method of adaptation.
 

Another strain of Candida known to undergo shape change, producing  seven types  of medium. This exchange is reversible, and the ability  is inherited from one generation to another. 


The study also showed that structural rearrangements of chromosomes are one way to preserve the genetic diversity and adaptation strategy of this fungus. 

 Candida mycelium is amplified by sexual reproduction (reproduce sexually), since the core has two copies of the chromosomes, in order to create two separate cells sporangialla as "male" and "female" face. 
Now, if you could call it a male and female, are really not, rather, is divided into two cells independently, join and create new cells. 

Yeast is a single cell structure of Candida albicans by, before it becomes monisoluisnen Candida, which have been classified in more than 1,000 species.The yeast can live with either aerobically or anaerobically. 
Without oxygen they produce energy by converting sugars (glucose produced by the liver) into carbon dioxide and  ethanol , if you are wondering why you have a brain like a fog? 
They are able to reproduce asexually or suvulliisesti and multiplying asexually cell divides as a new bud (budding) and produce new yeast cells. 

Mushrooms are quite fascinating. 
Mushrooms are a way of life in nature, which is a plant, animal and bacterial. The cell walls consist of vegetable material and protein , the membrane and the core of  the proteins and fats  than in animals, and  increases the bacteria are , in many cases, only one asexually carrying chromosomes depending on the species. 

It  is cloned independently  and has the ability to change shape, taking seven different forms. It can re-arrange the chromosome adaptive strategy for ensuring survival. 
- It's no wonder that it is so hard to get rid of it! 


Biofilm 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biofilm

Infektiosairaudet 
http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infektiosairaudet

Helicobacter pylori 
http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helicobacter_pylori

Ligand 
http: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ligand

Fibrinogen - blood coagulation, fibrinogen is converted to insoluble in water and filamentous fibrin clotting and terminate 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibrinogen

Sporangia 
http://en.wikipedia.org / wiki / sporangium

Budding Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae 
http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ult...s/Y/Yeast.html

Most yeasts reproduce asexually by Mitosis, and many do so by an asymmetric division process called budding. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yeast

Monolukleoosi http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mononukleoosi 




What is Candida

Candida albicans is a fungal, yeast That is naturally present in the human gut;Everyone has the Candida albicans living within them to some extent. Also our gut is full of natural That bacteria feed on the yeast and so keep levels to a low number and stop it from Becoming a problem.
The yeast becomes problematic when it  grows beyond normal levels and spreads Throughout the gastrointestinal tract , into the bloodstream and from there Throughout the body. The yeast then does something remarkable and changes into fungus.
1) This fungus now settles itself into the tissue and a fungal colony Quickly spreads. 
2) The fungus is protected from the environment as it has now left the gut and does not have the challenge of the gut bacteria trying to consume it. 
The risk for the Candida fungus is the human immune system. The immune system would normally Identify and fight off this fungal intruder without too much effort.
Sadly more and more people suffer from a low immune systems due to stress, bad diet or general ill health. 
This means the immune system is not as strong as it needs to be to fight the fungus Candida colony. 

The Candida fungus is protected from the immune system attack by its cellular membrane. 
This membrane is Comprised of a layer formation called  chitin . 
Your own cells when the immune system is strong and healthy fight Candida by Producing an enzyme called chitinase Which breaks down the yeast cell wall Exposing it and making it vulnerable to attack by the body's immune system. In a system wide infection there is simply too much of the yeast for the body to fight and it is at that point we begin to see symptoms of the yeast infection.
In simple English -  imagine the fungus is wearing a suit of armor That your immune system can not punch through if it is weak.
There are several Reasons for Candida to spread and become problematic.

Diet

Over the past few decades the diet in the west has changed dramatically. We now consume far more sugar and refined food than we ever have before. Even Those of us thathave strict diets do succumb to fast food and sugar treats! 
Candida thrives is sugar . With a diet high in sugar and refined food it will grow exponentially, it is almost as if our diet in the western world is a super food for the yeast. Items such as sugar, alcohol, chocolate, bread, pasta, coffee, tea, any fast-food and food refined all Contribute to the Candida growth.

Antibiotic Use

No one is disputing the need for antibiotics - they are one of the greatest medical discoveries made and without them we would be in a lot of trouble!However, broad spectrum antibiotic use does have a profound effect is our natural defenses against Candida infection. 
These antibiotics kill all bacteria, Including the good bacteria in our gut
That maintain a healthy balanced state.
These bacteria without the yeast is free to grow and spread within the body.
Compromised immune system 
Our cells naturally produce a substance called chitinase . 
This enzyme breaks down the protective layer around the yeast and Allows our immune system to attack the yeast if it is growing out of control. When an immune system is in a weakened state then it does not have the capability to attack the yeast and i.e. its growth is not regulated. 

Any single or combination of These elements provides the Candida yeast with the perfect breeding ground within the human body and results in Becoming you sick. 

Http://graviola.fi/candida-albicans/ 
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Candida albicans and its Genome



Candida albicans is the most frequently isolated fungal pathogen of humans, affecting immuocompromised patients ranging from premature infants to AIDS sufferers.  Systemic infections have an attributed mortality of 30-50%. Although many properties have been shown to contribute to virulence in animal studies, its pathogenesis is not well understood.  Analysis of the genome has been undertaken to provide researchers with more tools to investigate Candidiasis.
C. albicans is a diploid organism which has eight sets of  chromosome pairs. Its genome size is about 16 Mb (haploid), about 30% greater than S. cerevisiae (baker’s yeast).  In 1996, the Stanford Genome Technology Center undertook the sequencing of the C. albicans genome with the funding provided by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund and the National Institute for Craniofacial and Dental Research. Sequencing was completed to a level of 10.7x in 2004. Diploid and haploid assemblies are available at http://www.candidagenome.org/

The physical map of Candida albicans

Description of the physical map of Candida albicans
The physical map of Candida albicans  consists of eight sets of overlapping fosmid clones which cover the eight chromosomes.  The map is based on the macrorestriction map prepared by Chu, et al3 using the 8-base-pair specific restriction enzyme SfiI.  The fosmid contigs are used to order and orient the haploid sequence contigs from the Candida genome project carried out by Jones, Scherer, Agabian, Davis, and their colleagues4.  The map is being constructed as a joint venture between the University of Minnesota, the Chiba University Institute for Pathogenic Fungi and Microbial Toxicoses in Chiba, Japan, and the Biotechnology Research Institute of the National Research Council in Montreal, Canada (http://candida.bri.nrc.ca/candida/index.cfm). 

The map is a Sequence-Tagged Site map. Probes which hybridize with more than one fosmid are used to generate fosmid contigs, and the contigs are assigned to chromosomes based on the hybridization of the probes to CHEF separations of chromosomes and SfiI digests. Sequenced probes are used to align the sequence contigs along the fosmid contigs.  A sample of the map of chromosome 5 is shown for illustration.
The map of each chromosome is arranged so that each column corresponds to a single data point. The identifiers for these data are as follows: On the map each column corresponds to a  probe (site).  The top line (blue) shows the supercontigs constructed at the Biotechnology Research Institute in Montreal.  The sequence contigs are shown next in orange. If a known gene served as probe (or has been identified as being all or partly encoded by a probe) it is shown on the contig, and its position on the sequence contig (numbered as on the Assembly 19 server) is  given below each gene name.  The SfiI fragments (which also identify the chromosomes) are shown below the contigs. Probes which hybridize with more than one chromosome are listed as “MULTI”.

The gene names are listed next.  Many probes have not been sequenced; the gene category is left blank for them.  The centromeres as identified by Sanwal et al5 are listed in the “gene” row.

The probe is listed next.  The  probes are named according to an internal data base. When there is a break between fosmid contigs, the probe line contains a blue box labeled “break”.

The fosmid contigs are shown below. Each box labeled with a fosmid identifying number indicates that the probe for that column hybridizes with that fosmid. The fosmids coded red are those that are hit by a probe for the subtelomeric repeat. Thus, the ends of the chromosomes are marked by red fosmids. The fosmids coded violet are hit by non-telomeric probes that hit several chromosomes, for example, the Major Repeat Sequence (MRS) probes. The fosmids containing unique DNA (those that show hybridization only with probes that hybridize to a single chromosome on a CHEF gel) are coded yellow. In order to keep the page a reasonable size, the fosmid contigs are stepped.

The fosmid contigs shown here are the “tiling sets”, edited for clarity and usefulness. For the complete data set for a chromosome (including, for example, all the fosmids that hybridize with a particular probe, the fosmids that contain both unique DNA and a repetitive sequence, etc.) send an email to magee@umn.edu(link sends e-mail). The fosmids adjacent to specific sites of repetitive DNA (e.g., the MRS on any given chromosome) are available in a special database.
Sequence-Tagged Site Map
Sequenced-tagged sites are short DNA sequences which serve to locate larger clones on a chromosome.  For this map, colony hybridization is used to assign probes to particular members of  the fosmid library (3840 clones). The probes are simultaneously hybridized to CHEF separations of chromosomes and SfiI fragments.  
For a full description, see Chibana1.


MULTI
Probes which hybridize with several chromosomes are  telomere-specific probes (ex: 1972), probes for the MRS, probes which contain all or part of a retrovirus LTR, or probes containing all or part of the conserved region of a multi-gene family.


REFERENCES

1. Chibana, H., B.B. Magee, S. Grindle, Y. Ran, S. Scherer, and P. T. Magee. 1998. A physical map of Chromosome 7 of Candida albicans. Genetics 149:1739-1752.
2. Chibana, H., N. Oka, H. Nakayama, T. Aoyama, B.B. Magee, P.T. Magee, and Y. Mikami. 2005. Sequence finishing and gene mapping for Candida albicans chromosome 7, and systenic analysis against Saccharomyces cerevisia genome. Genetics.
3. Chu, W.S., B.B. magee, and P.T. magee. 1993. Construction of an SfiI Macrorestriction map of the Candia albicans genome. Journal of Bacteriology 175:6637-51.
4. Jones, T., N.A. Federspiel, H. Chibana, J. Dungan, S. Kalman, B.B. magee, G. newport, Y.R. Thorstenson, N. Agabian, P.T. Magee, R.W. Davis, and S. Scherer. 2004. The diploid genome sequence of Candida albicans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101:7329-34.
5. Sanyal, K., M. Baum, and J. Carbon. 2004. Centromeric DNA sequences in the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans are all different and unique. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101:11374-9.
Chromosome 7

http://cbs.umn.edu/candida-albicans/physical

http://graviolateam.blogspot.com/p/candida-albicans-and-its-genome-candida.html


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Caps Graviola (Annona muricata)



Graviola tree  ( Annona muricata), Also known as soursop, is found in the Amazon jungle and some of  the Caribbean islands. Graviola tree leaves have been used traditionally for Their various therapeutic properties. 

Many active compounds have been found in all parts of the plant - Including the leaf, bark, root, stem, and seed.

Becoming Increasing Graviola is well known as a source of antioxidants called annonaceous acetogenins, Which Mainly are found in the leaf and seeds.

More recent scientific studies suggest That Acetogenins, the active constituents of Graviola, can support healthy cell growth and function.  

In addition, Graviola has been used for its whole body calming effects and as a supplement to help maintain a positive mood. *

Traditional Preparation: 

The dosage is to reported to be  2 g three times daily  in capsules or tablets. 
A standard infusion (one cup three times daily). 








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