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Organizations relating to Biochemicals

Association des producteurs d'enzymes alimentaires microbiens
International Hormone Society / Brussels, Belgium
EMBRACE Network of Excellence / Est. 2005
International Reference Center for the Control of Vitamin A Deficiency and Nutritional Blindness
Iberoamerican Chitin Society
AIS Support Group / Est. 1988
European HRT-Network / Est. 1997
International Vitamin A Consultative Group / Est. 1975
International Society of Vitamins and Related BioFactors / Est. 1995
International Council on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems / Madison WI, USA / Est. 1964
International Pompe Association / Baarn, Netherlands / Est. 1999
International Society for Molecular Electronics and Biocomputing / Est. 1991
International Congress on Hormonal Steroids
European Academy of Quality of Life and Longevity Medicine / Brussels, Belgium
Growth Hormone Research Society / Aarhus, Denmark / Est. 1992
International Commission on Biological Physics / Est. 1990
International Society for Biochemical Systematics / Est. 1993
European Polysaccharide Network of Excellence / Sophia Antipolis, France
International Lignin Institute / Orbe, Switzerland / Est. 1991
Symposium on Flavonoids in Biology and Medicine
European Organization for the Control of Circulatory Diseases / Est. 1976
International Society for Trytophan Research
European Chitin Society / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1992
Society for Biomolecular Sciences / Est. 1994
International Study Group for Steroid Hormones / Est. 1979

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World Problems relating to Biochemicals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive use of hormones in animal husbandry
Hormone pollution
Gland disorders
Vitamin deficiencies in diet
Hormone trafficking
Vitamin D deficiency
Nutritional blindness
Lysosomal storage diseases
Excessive consumption of vitamins
Vitamin B deficiencies
Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissues
Dietary deficiencies in domestic animals
Illness requiring hormone replacement therapy
Artificial manufacture of human hormones
Hereditary endocrine disorders
Lysosomal enzyme transport disorders
Overuse of hormone replacement therapy
Excessive use of steroid hormones
Untested use of hormones
Abuse of human growth hormone
Vitamin B6 deficiency
Vitamin E deficiency

Action Strategies relating to Biochemicals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using female hormone replacement therapy
Correcting vitamin deficiencies in diet
Studying disease due to hormone deficiency
Correcting glandular disorder
Reducing hormone pollution
Banning growth hormones in meat
Monitoring hormone pollution
Using hormones for pest control
Promoting contact among enzyme manufacturers
Treating with sex hormones
Manufacturing enzymes
Using hormone replacement therapy

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