Poul Erik Jensen and colleagues explain that photosynthesis will more than transform skin tightening and and water into glucose and oxygen and generate energy. That procedure produces a wealth of natural chemical compounds also, many of which have potential uses in medications and other commercial items. However, development has compartmentalized those features into two separate regions of plant cells. Chloroplasts, the packets of chlorophyll that make plants green, generate energy and produce sugars and oxygen. Another framework, the endoplasmic reticulum, creates an array of natural chemicals. Their survey describes breaking that evolutionary compartmentalization by relocating a whole metabolic pathway needed for production of organic bioactive chemicals to the chloroplast.ACAM, AAEM sign contract to host joint meeting in Portland The American University for Advancement in Medication and the American Academy of Environmental Medication are excited to announce they reach an agreement to host a joint conference and tradeshow, November 16 – 20, 2011 in Portland, Oregon. ‘The AAEM Board of Directors are delighted with the opportunity to utilize ACAM to create an unforgettable meeting which should provide attendees with the remarkable chance to expand their horizons,’ said De Fox, Executive Director for AAEM. ‘ACAM is certainly excited to include AAEM’s 45 years of knowledge into this event’s educational offerings,’ stated Rachel Weaver, VP of Education for ACAM.
Abbott receives European authorization to market Humira Abbott has announced that it has received authorization from the European Commission to advertise Humira as cure for psoriatic arthritis and early arthritis rheumatoid in European countries.