The Methyl Group: What It Can Do for You, by  Nancy Mullan, MD, Expert in Methylation Genetics. (Includes information about nutrition for optimal methylation)

The Methyl Group: What It Can Do for You, by Nancy Mullan, MD, Expert in Methylation Genetics. (Includes information about nutrition for optimal methylation)

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The Étard reaction is a chemical reaction that involves the direct oxidation of an aromatic or heterocyclic bound methyl group to an aldehyde using chromyl chloride.

The Étard reaction is a chemical reaction that involves the direct oxidation of an aromatic or heterocyclic bound methyl group to an aldehyde using chromyl chloride.

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Figure 1: During the metabolism of caffeine in the body, the methyl group (highlighted by the yellow box) is removed from caffeine and it is converted to theobromine (Modified from Wolf LK, 2013) [9].

Caffeine vs. Chocolate: A Mighty Methyl Group

Figure During the metabolism of caffeine in the body, the methyl group (highlighted by the yellow box) is removed from caffeine and it is converted to theobromine (Modified from Wolf LK,

Did you ever Wonder WHY all of  a Sudden Someone DEVELOPS a NEURODEGENERATIVE  DISORDER, HEART DISEASE, AUTOIMMUNE CONDITION or even CANCER?  The Importance of METHYL GRUPS!  -  http://positivemed.com/2013/05/09/the-importance-of-methyl-groups/

The Importance of Methyl Groups!

Caffeine vs. Chocolate: A Mighty Methyl Group

Caffeine vs. Chocolate: A Mighty Methyl Group

Methyl Group, Methylation, Methyl Trapping: What Are They?

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A diagram of the mechanism of DNA methylation. DNA methyltransferases attach methyl groups to the 5' position of cytosine nucleotides to methylate DNA. Reprinted by permission from Macmillan Publishers Ltd.: Nat. Rev. Neurol. 9, 35–43, copyright 2013.

A diagram of the mechanism of DNA methylation. DNA methyltransferases attach methyl groups to the 5' position of cytosine nucleotides to methylate DNA. Reprinted by permission from Macmillan Publishers Ltd.: Nat. Rev. Neurol. 9, 35–43, copyright 2013.

The Methylation Cycle Methyl Groups A methyl group consists of one carbon atom bonded to three hydrogen atoms. Each carbon atom can bond with four other atoms, leaving one more available bond which…

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TMG for the heart. Trimethylglycine is also called glycine betaine, The name signifies it has three methyl groups attached to each molecule of glycine. It operates along a pathway similar to that of vitamin B12. It is a “methyl donor,” providing extra methyl groups to hasten the conversion of homocysteine back to methionine. When a TMG methyl group is donated to a molecule of homocysteine, it converts to the non-toxic amino acid, methionine. Other nutrients may be combined with it.

Trimethylglycine (TMG) is also called glycine betaine, but the name trimethylglycine signifies that it has groups attached to each molecule of glycine.

A genetic change (mutation) is when the DNA sequence is altered. An epigenetic change alters the properties of the DNA/gene by the addition of a methyl group (Me) to the DNA but does not alter the sequence. The unmethylated and methylated DNA have identical sequence.

Life is not all about genetics

A genetic change (mutation) is when the DNA sequence is altered. An epigenetic change alters the properties of the DNA/gene by the addition of a methyl group (Me) to the DNA but does not alter the sequence. The unmethylated and methylated DNA have identical sequence.

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