Scientists are networking over the emergence of this new technology called
"glycobiology"- the discovery of cellular communication! Books and articles
are being published on this life-enhancing technology everyday!
Take a look for yourself!
1996 Harper's Biochemistry
a definitive reference for
first year medical students, is the initial publication that lists the eight
known saccharides in human cell structures. It
details the importance of these newly discovered components for healthy cell
structures, processes, functions, and disease prevention.
By Emil I. Mondoa, M.D. & Mindy Kitei.
Sugars That Heal offers a revolutionary new health plan based on the
science of glyconutrients--foods that contain saccharides.
magazine is published by Stanford University for the American Association
for the Advancement of Science. The March issue, 2001 was dedicated to
the science behind the discovery and technology of Glycobiology.
"Saving Lives with Sugar" is among several articles in this specially
focused issue of Science. Click on the Science cover to view the table
of contents to this issue.
the sugar code of biological information
Acta Anatomica, Vol.
161 , No. 1-4 (1998)
The highly respected international journal Acta Anatomica devoted and entire
issue of their publication Acta Anatomica Vol.161, No. 1-4, 1998 publication
to the topic of the glycosciences.
Rush: New Scientist Archive, "...sugar molecules turn
out to be vital components in life's intricate machinery."
The July issue of
Scientific American is entitled
Sweet Medicine: Building Better
Drugs from Sugars. "A new generation of drugs will be based on
sugars- a neglected set of molecules."
companies are developing synthetic versions of the active sugars.
magazine recognized one company as the
in the new field of
and urged doctors to get involved with the company!
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By Rita Elkins.
The True Sweet Science:
develop a taste for the study of sugars. The article makes known much
of the research currently being done in the new field of glycobiology and
the potential medical benefits!
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