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    • Metabolic Correction: A Functional Biochemical Mechanism against Disease • Part 1: Concept and Historical Background. 

      González, Michael J.; Miranda-Massari, Jorge R.; Duconge, Jorge; Allende-Vigo, Myriam Z.; Jiménez-Ramírez, Francisco J.; Cintrón, Kenneth; Rodríguez-Gómez, José R.; Rosario, Glorivee; Ricart, Carlos; Santiago-Cornier, Juan A.; Zaragoza-Urdaz, Rafael; Vázquez, Alex; Hickey, Steve; Jabbar-Berdiel, Miguel; Riordan, Neil; Ichim, Thomas; Santiago, Oscar; Alvarado, Gilberto; Vora, Pramod (University of Puerto Rico - Medical Sciences Campus, 2015-03)
      Human physiology depends on countless biochemical reactions, numerous of which are co-dependent and interrelated. the speed and level of completion of reactions usually depend on the availability of precursors and enzymes. ...
    • Metabolic Correction: A Functional Biochemical Mechanism against Disease • Part 2: Mechanisms and Benefits. 

      Miranda-Massari, Jorge R.; González, Michael J.; Duconge, Jorge; Allende-Vigo, Myriam Z.; Jiménez-Ramírez, Francisco J.; Hickey, Steve; Vázquez, Alex; Berdiel, Miguel J.; Cintrón, Kenneth; Rodríguez-Gómez, José R. (University of Puerto Rico - Medical Sciences Campus, 2015-03)
      A healthy physiology depends on a plethora of complex interdependent biochemical reactions. In order for these reactions to occur suitably, the enzymes and cofactors that regulate their flow must be present in the proper ...