Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Atp
+ Bookmark › Share
Go
Search posts:

Atp - Articles

Engaging ATP-PC: The Primal Energy Pathway by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 3:35pm Whenever Grok needed to lift something really, really heavy, he drew upon the adenosine triphosphate phospho-creatine (ATP-PC) energy system. If he saw an opportunity to cut off a fleeing buck and had mere seconds to act, Grok would engage his ATP-PC energy to summon the requisite sprinting speed. Today, we use the very same energy pathways. The ... Read on »
ATP complexes by Martin Eastwood Posted Wed 24 Jun 2009 2:05pm Enzyme proteins frequently combine to form multimeric complexes that allow individual subunits to coordinate their activities and so perform more difficult tasks than they could alone. An example of such a complex is the ring ATPases in which several subunits form circular complexes consisting of identical (homomeric) or non-identical (heteromeric ... Read on »
Engaging ATP-PC: The Primal Energy Pathway by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 4:05pm Whenever Grok needed to lift something really, really heavy, he drew upon the adenosine triphosphate phospho-creatine (ATP-PC) energy system. If he saw an opportunity to cut off a fleeing buck and had mere seconds to act, Grok would engage his ATP-PC energy to summon the requisite sprinting speed. Today, we use the very same energy pathways. The ... Read on »
More on Sleep, ATP, and Adenosine by Al Fin .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 May 2011 11:47am Sleep Phases and Progression Levels of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy currency of cells, in rats increased in four key brain regions normally active during wakefulness. Shown here is the energy surge measured in the frontal cortex, a brain region associated with higher-level thinking. Credit: Courtesy, with permission: ... Read on »
Djokovic criticises ATP for ignoring players' interest by honey0 Posted Thu 10 May 2012 1:36am Djokovic criticises ATP for ignoring players' interest MADRID, May 7 (Xinhua) -- World No.1 men's tennis player Novak Djokovic hit out at ATP on Monday for failing to sound out the players before oakley sunglasses approving the Madrid Open's controversial court change from red clay to blue one. The change has stirred up strong reactions c ... Read on »
The ATP Finals Federer 40 wins beyond legendary druid 71 wins last season by packersjerseys24 Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 5:54am The druid will martial arts, Tsonga unstoppable. He surpass last season's 70 wins. Awards handed out ahead of ATP, Murray nothing, but he's still expected to compete Player of year. Yesterday morning within the end of this ATP World Tour Finals in front of an audience inside london, Murray reversed 2 to Berdych won the team's first win, after a gam ... Read on »
Getting A Little ATP! by Connie S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:40pm Adenosine tri-phosphate. Energy. We Lymies could all use a little more of the stuff, and any and every little blip in the environment--including that of our bodies--can dramatically alter how much we have at any given moment. Whether it be diet, climate, people, supplements, herx or a flare (to name just a few), it seems that Lyme sufferers a ... Read on »
Drug Combination of DNA Topoisomerase I (TOP1) Inhibitors and Extracellular ATP Produces a Significant Increase in Beneficial An by nih.gov Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 8:00pm Description of Invention: DNA topoisomerase inhibitors are a category of drugs used for cancer therapy. DNA topoisomerase 1 (TOP1) inhibitors, such as Camptothecin (CPT) and its structurally related analogues, bind to the TOP1 complex and prevent the religation of the single strand DNA molecules, ultimately leading to cell de ... Read on »
Assembling a glass sculpture of ATP-synthase by Colin Rennie by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:14pm One of the great attractions here at Medical Museion right now is Colin Rennie ’s glass sculpture of ATP-synthase. We have placed it in the basement area to the left of the main entrance — we didn’t dare put it on the ground floor because we were afraid the 18th century wooden floor construction would collapse under the  900  780 kilograms of ... Read on »
Why ATP-3 is B— S— by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 19 Aug 2011 5:12pm A Heart Scan Blog reader posted the link to this very excellent presentation by Dr. David Diamond , a neuroscientist at the University of South Florida. ATP-3, or Adult Treatment Panel-3, is the set of cholesterol treatment guidelines as established by the National Cholesterol Education Panel, the guidelines used by practicing physicians na ... Read on »