This text is aimed at undergraduates who
have a basic grounding in chemistry and
are interested in a future career
in the pharmaceutical industry.
It attempts to convey something
of the fascinati . . . . .
For most of the past century, it was widely thought that delaying the human aging process was scientifically impossible. More recently, it has become increasingly clear that delaying aging is not only . . . . .
Over the recent years, medicinal chemistry has become responsible for explaining interactions of chemical molecules processes such that many scientists in the life sciences from agronomy to medicine a . . . . .
The appearance of Spalteholz's Atlas a few years ago was welcomed alike by teachers and students of anatomy. So useful is this book to students who desire to study anatomy in the dissecting room that . . . . .
Ages of Man – Human Mortality; A Brief Summary of Aging Theories;
The Evolution of Aging;
Medawar’s Modification to Darwin’s Theory; Williams’ Modification to Darwin’s Theor . . . . .
ow long does it take to learn another language? How many words do we need to learn? Are languages within the reach of everybody? Which teachers should we avoid?
These are some of the questions you . . . . .
Chronic hepatitis C is associated with substantial morbidity. Although effective treatment is now available, less than half of the infections are diagnosed, relatively few are referred for treatment, . . . . .
Why do we age? The answer to this question is critical to our ability to prevent and treat highly age-related diseases such as cancer and heart disease that now cause the deaths of most people in the . . . . .