Manages Irregular Cell Migration
TP53 has been designed to target the gene TP53. This gene produces p53, a protein shown to slow down the growth of abnormal cells to help kill them naturally. It also helps abnormal cells that have been damaged by chemotherapy and radiotherapy to undergo spontaneous cell death.
What does TP53 do?
From a naturally vital standpoint, p53 is one of the most biologically important protein molecules found thus far. Because of its biological importance, it has been described as “the guardian of the genome”, or genetic blueprint. In 1993, p53 was also voted molecule of the year by the prestigious journal Science.
Protein 53 (p53) is an abnormal cell cycle suppressor protein that is encoded by the gene TP 53. It plays a critical role in regulating cell cycles and therefore functions as an abnormal cell suppressor involved in the prevention of abnormal cell proliferation.
There are various causes for cells to grow an abnormal cycle, however, damage to DNA, particularly to genes that control a cell’s cycle is one of the major ways in which an abnormal cell cycle is formed.
Research indicates that p53 works in a number of different ways to manage abnormal cells also known as neoplasms. It plays a role in apoptosis (programmed cell death), genomic stability (DNA repair), and inhibiting angiogenesis (prohibiting formation of a blood supply to abnormal cells) while inhibiting the repair of abnormal cells chromosomal DNA by an enzyme called telomerase.
An abnormal cell growth and clustering requires adequate blood supply. p53 helps restrict an abnormal cell’s blood supply so that its growth is impaired. When cells divide, the ends of their chromosomes shorten until they lose the capacity to divide. Telomerase, is an enzyme that supports the longevity of cell division. It is often found in excess within abnormal cells. p53 may help slow down the growth of abnormal cells.(1, and references therein).
TP53 activates DNA repair proteins when DNA of an abnormal cell has been damaged.. It may also slowdown the replicating cycle of abnormal cells, allowing the vital DNA repair system to activate. When p53 intelligently decides that the damage to DNA is beyond repair, it has the remarkable property of instructing the cell to commit suicide by a process called apoptosis, a programmed cell death. It also plays a role in destroying cells that have been damaged by chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy.
Enhanced activity of p53 may help lead to the restoration of normal cells.
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Volume (of 1 bottle)
50 mL (approx. 6 week supply)
Acidum Nucleicum TP53 UHD at 10 -12
Ethanol (25%) in purified water
Directions For Use
Shake before use. Twice daily, add 8 drops to a little clean water. On a clean palate, rinse round mouth and swallow. More than one product can be taken in the same glass. Do not use if seal is broken. Keep product in original container.
Best stored at room temperature away from direct sunlight, excess heat, odors & children. Keep product in original container