Diseases from no enzymes?
What is the disease called when you have lack of enzymes
Enzymes are proteins that make a reaction more or less likely to occur. By blocking or increasing the expression of a particular enzyme, you can either speed up or slow down a particular metabolic process. There are also competitive inhibitors, which are enzymes that compete with other, similar enzymes to prevent an enzyme from doing its job.
1. Diagnostic indicators: the activities of many enzymes are routinely determined in plasma for diagnostic purposes in diseases of the heart, liver, skeletal muscle and other tissues. 2. Therapeutic agents: several enzymes are used as drugs; new approach- enzymotherapy. 3.Diagnostic tools: use as chemicals in clinical laboratory assays.
Lysosome has digestive enzymes that can digest foreign cells that enter the body. These foreign cells can cause infections or diseases. White blood cells are the defence system of the body, that's why it makes sense why they contain many lysosomes. White blood cells can engulf foreign cells to prevent infections or diseases.
Yes, both white blood cells and red blood cells do. RBCs have no nucleus but still must sustain an active metabolism to maintain the flexibility and integrity of the red cell membrane as well as to preserve hemoglobin in its functional form to ensure adequate oxygen delivery. WBCs are a part of the human immune system and they create a number of enzymes that help fight disease. Sometimes, these enzymes damage tissues in inflammatory diseases…