By H. Sies, W. Stahl (auth.), Rodolfo Paoletti, Helmut Sies, Joachim Bug, Enzo Grossi, Andrea Poli (eds.)
Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, has a protracted and multifaceted clinical historical past. In 1937, the Nobel Prize for body structure and drugs was once presented to Albert Szent-Gyorgyi'in acceptance of his discoveries in regards to the organic oxida tion procedures with targeted connection with nutrition C', and the Nobel Prize for Chemistry was once shared through Sir Norman W. Haworth, who was once the 1st to synthesize the diet. diet C is a effective antioxidant, and this motion represented the theoretical foundation for varied strains of research in this molecule during which the capability position of ascorbic acid within the prevention and therapy of a chain of dis eases, whose pathogenesis is associated with an far more than loose radicals equivalent to athero sclerosis and melanoma, were tested. those info were analyzed intimately via specialists in biochemistry, epidemi ology, and preventive and scientific drugs within the overseas Symposium diet C, the cutting-edge in disorder prevention sixty years after the Nobel Prize, held in Monte Carlo from October 31 to November 1, 1997, lower than the aus pices and the clinical endorsement of the nutrients beginning of Italy and with the monetary aid of Bracco SpA and Merck.
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