Protomorphology: Clinicians Manual

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Int'l Foundation for Nutri., 1960 - Biochemistry - 220 pages
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The original background material providing insight into Dr. Lee's understanding of cell bio-chemistry and its relation to health. Written in the 1940s, it is a well-documented summary of how the cell functions. It draws on most of the research information available at that time to display the genius of Dr. Lee. An understanding of protomorphology is essential to provide complete nutritional support.
 

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Contents

PAGE
xxi
FUNDAMENTAL SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS 3
56
Trace mineral elements and their importance in morphology 12
62
REVIEW OF ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES 31
70
Further notes on the allelocatalyst theory 53
81
THE NUCLEUS AS THE SEAT OF CONTROL OF FISSION 69
91
Review adverse influence of protomorphogen accumulations
98
Morphogen and nuclear synthesis
105
ELIMINATION OF PROTOMORPHOGEN TOXINS
176
Thyroid hormone
184
LIPOIDAL SHEATHING OF PROTOMORPHOGENS
195
Methyl donors
204
Creatine formation 213
214
Relation of natural tissue antibody 217
218
Kidney elimination of protomorphogen
230
Xvi
240

Lag period
111
Organizers in embryonic development 123
124
Organization of Spatial Relationships
138
MORPHOGENS AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE
164

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