Ways Turmeric Affects Your Immune System & Cell Activity

If you're interested in the more technical details on the specific ways turmeric compounds affect the immune system and cell activity, you can find out more here.

How Can Turmeric and Turmeric Compounds Help Enhance the Immune System and Cell Activity?

Learn about how specific proteins and enzymes cells produce affect health, and how turmeric compounds help regulate them. Warning: These articles contain more technical terminology and details.

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Transcription Factors and Co-Factors

First responders that trigger gene activity. (iii.2)

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Small proteins produced as part of the immune system response to illness or injury. (iii.5-632-36)

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Pro-Inflammatory Enzymes

Heavy-duty immune system responders to toxins and tumor cells. (iii.544)

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Cyclin Growth Cycle Proteins

Control switches for phases of the cell growth cycle. (iii.414)

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Growth Factors and Receptors

Proteins that promote cell proliferation. (iii.50-52)

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Adhesion Molecules

Holding cells together and helping them communicate. (iii.56)

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Protein Kinases

Enzymes that enhance, stimulate, or suppress other proteins. (iii.862)

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Types of Blood Cells

An easy chart showing the different categories and kinds of blood cells.

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