The bark from deciduous tree
was used as therapeutic alkaloid as raw material the bark was dried,
milled and dissolved in to methanol overnight and then filtered. The residue has concentrated and the proteins were precipitated
with small amount of water. After the filtration. the solution were evaporated into dryness.
The yield consist five very similar bis-benzyl-isoquinoline alkaloids, keeping functional control in aqua
solution, so that molecule palmatine is most sensitive to compensate the other by hydrolytic change in aqua solution. It means
of electron transfer leads to a self-assembly of reactants, which improves electron transfer efficiency and selectivity. This formed
passive self-organisation is very attractive for energy conversion catalysis, because water is involved in electron transfer.
Test with mammalian liver:
The alkaloid extract was solved a strong excess of water and evaporated the in dryness in 135
simultaneous change in electropherograms was obtained caused by hot water. A new pivotal peak was discovered, which evoked
about the 100 times improvement in therapy.
Results and discussion:
The sinusoids, which regulate the blood flow and give alternative blood flow portal veins because of
dismissed obstructions. At same time the mitosis of hepatic cells was developed. According to these findings the triggered
anastomoses seems to be the presupposition on successful liver remedy.
Pauli Virtanen has worked as the laboratory manager and vice-director of the Turku University PET unit. His function was to prepare and formulate
new innovative projects and to guide students through their basic studies and PhD thesis. The job consisted mainly of metabolic duties but also
duties relating to radiochemistry and radiopharmacy. He has also been involved in identifying new radionuclides and also to label substances with
positron emitting radionuclides. The keen interest of Pauli Virtanen has been to develop new pharmaceuticals / herbaceuticals to expand the current
position of classified chemistry to serve better the synthesis of pharmaceuticals. He has had a special interest in promoting and exploiting the very
important phenomenon of electron transfer chemistry, which is unfortunately not on the agenda of current pharmaceutical chemistry.
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