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László G. Boros, M.D.

Course Supervisor and Lecturer, Vrije University Amsterdam

Consultant, the Deutenomics Science Institute

Professor of Pediatrics, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (retired - June 2021)

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The Biochemistry of Isotope Discrimination, Regulation and Quantum Destabilization of Metabolic Water

What I Teach

The diverse biological separation processes of hydrogen from that of its twice as heavy isotope deuterium serve our health via Deutenomics sciences and the Human Deutonome Project.
Awareness of heavy isotope discrimination helps nutrition, lifestyle, exercise and health related decisions, as deuterium varies in food, drinks and the environment. 
My blogs and lectures are created to better understand cellular energy (ATP) production by protecting its rapidly rotating hydrogen powered protein "nano turbines" from damages delivered by heavy isotopes during metabolic water production in cells and the mitochondria!

"... The door to TRMA was thus opened by Boros et al, who have pioneered the use of stable isotope-based dynamic metabolic profiling (SIDMAP) as a key to better understanding of changes in substrate flow as a basis for drug mechanisms and disease."

"Use of the powerful tools provided by SIDMAP .... provides the promise to address, perhaps in vivo, similar unanswered questions involving the molecular basis for disease."

Ralph Green, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C. PATH

University of California Davis

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