biochemical approach

biochemical approach

A philosophical stance adopted by some naturopaths, in which patients are treated with herbs and diet as a first-line approach to disease.
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On the suggestion of incorporating a biochemical approach to the algorithm, serum folate, vitamin B and ferritin levels as a starting point resonates a hit-and-miss practice that is likely to prove costly.
Carmen Fusco, MS, RN, CNS, is a research scientist and clinical nutritionist in New York City who has lectured and written numerous articles on the biochemical approach to the prevention of aging and degenerative diseases.
The study used a biochemical approach to identify gene patterns in normal subjects and in those with allergy and asthma - and through that was able to identify proteins (made by our genes) important to the allergy process.
The discovery, announced in Nature Medicine, could provide a new biochemical approach to develop treatments for obesity and type- 2 diabetes.
The device, with a biophysical rather than a biochemical approach, uses a multi-processor able to simultaneously treat multiple pain areas by applying surface electrodes to the skin.
Deftly compiling a complete and through account of the Shroud's history, its actual significance for New Testament ecclesiastical studies, its symbolic meaning, and related issues german any debate on its authenticity, The Shroud Was The Resurrection offers a natural biochemical approach to the Shroud as a verification concerning the resurrection of Christ and the true significance of the Shroud of Turin's mysterious and legendary past.
Medicinal chemistry; a molecular and biochemical approach, 3d ed.
Using a biochemical approach, they purified caveolae from smooth muscle cells of chicken gizzards.
Using healthy human volunteers, the scientists are taking a biochemical approach to measure the effects of vitamin C.
Using a biochemical approach known as rapid chemical quench kinetics, Rodriguez discovered that when she made these changes to the enzyme, the binding of the amino acid to the protein was strengthened, even though the amino acid binds far away from the positions where the changes were made.
Cardiac troponins (I and T) represent a major improvement in the biochemical approach to the detection and evaluation of myocardial damage (1, 2).
The pharmaceutical program uses a biochemical approach aimed at suppressing the bitterness of medicines, which has the potential to expand the range of formulation options and increase patient compliance.