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If rainbow trout are taken away from hot water
Near freezing water (2 C), the fish forms an isosome
Acetylcholinesterase is different from the process it performs
at high temperature. The new isozyme has a lower optimum temperature, which allows the fish to function normally.
Cold water.

In general, enzymes adapted to room temperature fail
thermal refraction because their tertiary structure is often held together by covalent bonds
Destroy bridges instead of being less sensitive to heat
chemical contact. Most enzymes in humans are more stable at higher temperatures than in infectious bacteria
For us, mild fever refers to bacterial enzymes, but not ours.
In 1951, 31-year-old Henrietta Locks was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital for treatment for a cancerous tumor. even if something kills her
Several months later, his tumor cells are still alive today.

Scientists have discovered
That, insufficient nutrition, was given from the tumor to the cancer cells.
Can reproduce itself indefinitely in a laboratory diet
They evolved into an amorphous mass. These “hella sales” have become the test-tube model for many
The study of human biology. Over the past half century, tens of thousands of research
The articles were published using information obtained from Henrietta’s cells.

Even then
Are these “indestructible” cells really a good model for human biology?
In a way, he’s a really good model. Most of the biodiversity has come
From a single cell: a fertilized egg. This cell multiplies itself to form two cells,
It divides into four cells until all the cells of a new organism are formed. An organism is not just a group of HeLa-like cells
However, the culture; Its cells must form specialized tissues and organs, each of which must play a specific role.

 

 

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