Molecular nutrition (the study of interactions between nutrients and various intracellular and extracellular molecules) is one of the most rapidly developing fields in nutritional science. Ultimately, molecular nutrition research will reveal how nutrients may affect fundamental processes such as DNA repair, cell proliferation, and apoptosis. This book is the only single complete volume available reviewing the field of molecular nutrition. It contains contributions from leading international experts, and reviews the most important and latest research from various areas of molecular nutrition.
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Janos Zempleni, University of Nebraski-Lincoln. Hannelore Daniel, Technical University of Munich.Review:
"The editors need to be congratulated on selecting experts who have made important contributions in advancing our understanding of how nutrients and micronutrients may exert their effects in living cells and organisms. Molecular Nutrition offers an important reference for the student and the expert interested in obtaining answers to "how nutrients work." (American Journal of Human Biology)
"The book has achieved the almost impossible task of condensing the essential aspects of molecular nutrition. It is written in a clear and comprehensible style, which makes it a valuable introduction to this very important topic for anyone interested in or working in molecular nutrition. I will certainly keep a copy on my bookshelf." (Scandinavian Journal of Nutrition)
"The book should be a component of every nutrition scientist's library and teaching program." (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition)
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