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Linus C., U.S. chemist and Nobel laureate, 1901-1994. See: Pauling theory, Pauling-Corey helix.
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A importancia da aprendizagem do diagrama de Linus Pauling
"Vitamin E is associated with lipids, or the fats found in the blood, but it's mostly just a micronutrient that's going along for the ride," said Maret Traber, a professor in the College of Public Health and Human Science at OSU, and a principal investigator in the Linus Pauling Institute.
Balz Frei, director of the Linus Pauling Institute, and a biochemist in the OSU College of Science points out, "There's strong evidence that a multivitamin/mineral supplement supports normal functioning of the body and helps improve overall health, and may even help lower chronic disease risk."
Witness the cases of Linus Pauling and Albert Szent-Gyorgi, two distinguished biochemists who are responsible for the establishment of ascorbic acid, vitamin C, as a modality in the treatment of cancer and prevention of the disease by triggering the immune system.
Researchers in the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University said that this approach has the potential to change that, and may have value against Parkinson's disease as well.
The trans-resveratrol which is the active component in Feel Good Gold's Resveratrol Complex is effectively assimilated and made use of by the body, according to data from the Linus Pauling Institute."
The idea dates back at least to 1976, when chemist Linus Pauling reported that high doses of intravenous vitamin C given in addition to standard treatment to patients with advanced cancer seemed to increase their survival time.
Other Society Nobel laureates: Linus Pauling (Oregon State University), chemistry, 1954, and peace, 1962; Theodore Schultz (South Dakota State University), economics, 1979; and George Olah (University of Southern California), chemistry, 1994.
In the 1970s, chemist Linus Pauling reported that vitamin C given intravenously was effective in treating cancer.
Traber, Director, Oxidative & Nitrative Stress Laboratory, The Linus Pauling Institute, College of Public Health and Human Sciences, Corvallis, Oregon, USA.
Edited by Jane Higdon (Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State U.) and Victoria J.
Ce concept, nouveau chez nous, a ete introduit depuis les annees 60 par le physicien americain Linus Pauling qui a developpe la vision de la micronutrition.