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Oxygen Detergent

Majid Ali, M.D.

Chemistry and medical textbooks consider oxygen to be a substratea substance that other substances act uponin body chemistry. For example, it is stated that hemoglobin in the blood

picks up oxygen in the lungs and delivers it to tissues. Oxygenase enzymes are said to add oxygen to compounds catalyzed by them. Hypoxia-inducible factors (HIFs) are supposed to sense the presence of oxygen. Mitochondria are considered to utilize oxygen. Chemoreceptors are assigned the roles of recognizing the concentrations of oxygen in blood and cells. I do not consider oxygen to be passive. It is not merely a substrate for enzymes, sensing proteins, mitochondria, or chemoreceptor cells. Oxygen is an organizer, not just an element to be harnessed. For reasons of crucial clinical significance in medicine, oxygen should be clearly seen for what it is: a maker, a shaker, and a mover. In this light, oxygen "rides" large protein complexes, such as hemoglobin. Oxygen rearranges protein complexes, such as those included in the HIF family. Oxygen drives electron and proton chain reactions in cellular organelles mitochondria. Oxygen awakens cells: chemoreceptors. Oxygen activates cells, such as in glomus cells in the aorta and carotid arteries. For all of the above reasons, I consider oxygen to be the primary grease-cutter in the body To underscore the primacy of oxygen in the health of cell membranes, I cite the case of a crucial family of proteins. The fluid membranes of animal cells from humans to horses to hummingbirdsCcarry members of a family of proteins called G-proteins. (The full name of G-proteins is Gprotein- associated receptors.)

G proteins sense diverse signalslight, odors, electromagnetic energy, lipids, proteins, hormones, and chemicalsand transmit the information to initiate cellular functions. Grease on membranes impede or block all such functions. Additionally, cell membranes also contain receptors and channelspassages for entry and exit of calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodiumCwhich do not function when the cell membranes are chemicalized and hardened. When cell membranes are covered with excess grease due to the weakened grease-cutting role of oxygen, G-proteins fail to maintain their diverse functions related to membrane receptors and channels. Nearly all diabetes drugs work by restoring the functions of these receptors.

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  Oxygen Stories             
* Oxygenstrories
* Sourmilk                   
* Sticky Cherries             
* Rancid Butter  
* Greasy Cooking Pot         
* Oxygen Detergent
* A Pothole on a street