methylation

SAMe is involved in the methylation of phospholipids, DNA, RNA, proteins and neurotransmitters
Apr 24, 17
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S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe) is integral to cellular metabolism and as the major methyl donor in the body. SAMe is involved in the methylation of a diverse range of compounds including phospholipids, DNA, RNA, proteins and neurotransmitters. It is also involved in two other important pathways – transsulfuration which produces glutathione, and aminopropylation which synthesises polyamines.

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Apr 20, 17
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The first Australian Summit on Methylation will take place in Melbourne in August 2017.

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Mar 20, 17
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Taking an in-depth look at the background, key benefits, clinical applications and mechanisms of action of the various forms of folate available in therapeutics and food. 

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Jan 09, 17
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It seems that everywhere we look these days, there is something being written or spoken about MTHFR or methylation. However, should we be relying on this as a single focus for treatment? 

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Jan 06, 17
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Serum levels of vitamin B12 play an important role in cognitive and mental health. Observational studies have found as many as 30% of patients hospitalised for depression to be deficient in vitamin B12.

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Jan 02, 17
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Imbalances in methylation pathways may be behind the pathogenesis of a range of health conditions. So what actually, is Methylation?

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Functional Pathology: Methylation

Nov 30, 16
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Methylation Assessment using Functional Pathology. Why should we do it and what does, and doesn't it tell us about our health?

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Jun 30, 16
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"The success of antidepressant drug therapy is not high, with studies suggesting 19-60% of patients are unresponsive to the treatment". Optimal methylation seems to be one very important piece of the mood puzzle.

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