Malassezia & Arabinitol

Malassezia - Arabinitol MQ

Q1 * is d-aribinitol a by-product of malassezia yeast? *

It appears to be a Metabolite that Both the Body 
as well as ‘most Pathogenic Candida Species’ produce.
I have not found a clear-precise mentioning
of also being produced by Malassezia.

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It would be logical to assume that Malassezia
a) Being a Yeast with many similarities of appearance
symptoms, and effects as Malassezia, and
b) also as a Pathogen, it would cause production
of Arabinitol if not itself then by the body
but of course any kind of assumption can be false.
 

Even if the answer was a Clear Indisputable Yes
it seems it would not be adequate proof
as a Diagnostic of either Malassezia or Candida
as Both Excerpts below indicate in their last paragraph

  (These are my findings in this round)

D- Arabinitol Candida- MQ

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Malassezia D- Arabinitol 1 MQ

                 Info source: L Ostrosky-Zeichner – Diagnosis of Fungal Infections

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Fun Typos MQ

MT1 MQ

 I Love Typos! …when they are not mine 🙂  

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Fungal Freeways – Amazing!

Fungal Freeways MQ

Simply Amazing!

An insight on what may be going on inside our Bodies

where the Enemy Never Sleeps! Lol!

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A couple of things that attracted my attention:

Fungal Biology and Myco Fluidics

*When i watch the Nuclei… each one Fluorescing,
     its like watching the headlights of cars
     moving around in a city at night…’

* The Fungus itself is a Network of cells that can be growing …                                 
* Some help to create Proteins that become the Raw Material
    the Fungus is made of…

Yes, our poor Body is the ‘City’… at Night … 
Yes, we know or rather feel and suspect the Network
( Good to confirm! )
Yes, we know about the Proteins through previous research.

 A Quick but Fascinating view 

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  And a  Smile that is not funny…

Smiley Cancer Cell MQ

Experiment Laughs at Scientists

Scientists at Westmead Millennium Institute for Medical Research were amazed to see a cell literally laughing at them.
Scientists were researching how a cancer-causing protein
called Beta Catenin (green) moves into the cell nucleus
(the round “face” shape).

 

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Intestinal Bacteria

Intestinal Bacteria - MQ

 Excerpts Re-Blogged From  > 1 in 4 has alarmingly few intestinal bacteria 

Intestinal Health MQ

           1 in 4 has alarmingly few intestinal bacteria 

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( Text Version for those using Translation) 

All people have trillions of bacteria living in their intestines. If you place them on a scale, they weigh around 1.5 kg. Previously, a major part of these ‘blind passengers’ were unknown, as they are difficult or impossible to grow in laboratories. But over the past five years, an EU-funded research team, MetaHIT, coordinated by Professor S. Dusko Ehrlich at the INRA Research Centre of Jouy-en-Josas, France and with experts from Europe and China have used advanced DNA analysis and bioinformatics methods to map human intestinal bacteria.

The gut is like a rainforest

Oluf Pedersen compares the human gut and its bacteria with a tropical rainforest. He explains that we need as much diversity as possible, and – as is the case with the natural tropical rainforests – decreasing diversity is a cause for concern. It appears that the richer and more diverse the composition of our intestinal bacteria, the stronger our health. The bacteria produce vital vitamins, mature and strengthen our immune system and communicate with the many nerve cells and hormone-producing cells in the intestinal system. And, not least, the bacteria produce a wealth of bioactive substances which penetrate into the bloodstream and affect our biology in countless ways.

To Read Complete Entry  > 1 in 4 has alarmingly few intestinal bacteria 

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