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Some References Important to Acumeridian Science

 

Updated 2008. [Return to Acumeridian Science]

 

1. Rainer Machne: The Jing-Mai System in Vertebrate Development and Evolution  [PDF]

2. Helene Langevin: Relationship of Acupuncture Points and Meridians to Connective Tissue Planes [PDF]

3. Charles Shang: The Mechanism of Acupuncture

3. Timothy Buchman: The Community of the Self [PDF]

4. Denis Nobel: From Genes to Cells to the Whole Organ [PDF].

 

References from Rainer Machne: The Jing-Mai System in Vertebrate Development and Evolution

 

Rainer Machne' (raim@tbi.univie.ac.at)

Bled, February 2004

Institute for Theoretical Chemistry and Structural Biology

Institute of Microbiology and Genetics

University of Vienna

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References from Charles Shang: The Mechanism of Acupuncture

Boston University School of Medicine Box 275 80 E. Concord Street Boston, MA 02118

 

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