Archives for: August 2013
Histochem Cell Biol. 1996 Aug;106(2):197-207.
Thomsen-Friedenreich-related carbohydrate antigens in normal adult human tissues: a systematic and comparative study.
Cao Y, Stosiek P, Springer GF, Karsten U.
Max Delbrück Centre for Molecular Medicine, Berlin-Buch, Germany.
A broad variety of normal human tissues were examined for the expression of Thomsen-Friedenreich (T) antigens… These antigens…were determined…by (a) lectin...
Staining with the lectins used...amaranthin and jacalin.
From our data it can be inferred that T, Tn are promising targets for a cancer vaccine.
While searching for a relationship between the Thomsen-Friedenreich and the Mesothelin proteins I found the above abstract that caught my eye. I’ve cut out most of the technical information that would make this harder to see.
The authors tested using staining, which is another term for binding.
The authors used the Jacalin protein from Jackfruit to bind or stain the T antigen just like Dr. D’Adamo mentioned in his cancer lecture.
The funny thing about the article is that it is mentioned that the T and Tn antigens are promising targets for a cancer vaccine…..WHAT?!!!
The Jacalin protein binds T and Tn cancer antigens - and they are looking for a vaccine?!!!
The Jacalin protein is the “vaccine!!!” It is right there in front of them. How can they not see this!
Any food derived protein that is used in staining is potentially the Holy Grail of cancer vaccines.