Glycome: A Medical Paradigm
The folk cures of early society have become the Complementary and Alternative Medicine of today. Basic science has unlocked many secrets of early herbal compounds and therapies. Computer science has aided in the opening of a new frontier called Glycobiology, the study of saccharides (sugars). This body of knowledge, known as the Glycome, may be the last frontier in medicine’s quest for health.
KeywordsChronic Fatigue Syndrome Color Blindness Glyco Protein Medical Paradigm Glycoprotein Molecule
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