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Intrinsic Chemistry of Melanin: Potential Approaches for Translational Medicine

Arturo Solís-Herrera and Sergey Suchkov

Abstract

Although the cell has been studied carefully, but its complexity exceeds the capacity for abstraction. However, it is believed that the findings about the intrinsic property of melanin to transform light into chemical energy through dissociating and re-forming the water molecule, which has not been previously known, marks a before and after in the knowledge regarding the cell-functioning. Thus, this current knowledge redirect towards a more effective way of practicing medicine that invloves both cure and prevention.

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