Copyright © 1996, 1997, 2001 by Galen Daryl
Knight and VitaleTherapeutics, Inc.
Our organization is compiling and disseminating information on a variety
of diseases, nutritional factors (both known and novel), and environmental
concerns as they pertain to the development of our research interests.
To facilitate this effort and as part of our service to the domestic and
world community we are soliciting articles to our journal, "VitaleTherapeutics",
that may or may not be in vogue with the current scientific dogma. If you
have an article that was turned down by another scientific journal and
is just lying on your desk, submit it to us, preferably in HTML format,
or post it on the web yourself and e-mail a submission request for us to
capture it's URL. At the very least, we can give you suggestions for improvements
to the article and identify additional corroborative or contradictory evidence
if we decide not to accept it.
The use of hypertext for references instead of numbering is preferred.
However, if you are not familiar with HTML formats, translation is available
for a mutually agreeable fee, one that will be determined somewhat by the
merit of the article and the effort necessary to bring it on line.
Priority will be given to articles with logical development and theoretical
arguments. So that this journal can serve as a scientific forum for the
exchange of new ideas, submissions of completely novel discoveries and
theories are strongly encouraged. Preliminary results will be published
provided i) that the experiments are carefully designed, controlled, and
executed, ii) that there is a logical theme and conclusion, iii) that the
limitations of the studies are adequately documented, and iv) that a minimum
of experimental or theoretical basis for the rationale exists in literature.
GLOBAL PEER REVIEW
Submitted articles will eventually be subjected to more stringent scientific
scrutiny than normal, because representative e-mail to the editors and
rebuttals will also be published. To minimize disintegration into flaming
Web Wars, scientists voicing conflicting views will be encouraged to resolve
their differences off-line and to report a brief summary of their resolved
dispute. If no consensus can be reached, resolution of the differences
by third parties will be published when they become available. The editors
reserve the right to retract any published article, or any part thereof,
and to summarily remove it from the journal after having been presented
with concise irrefutable evidence discounting the publication.
As such, it is hoped that this journal will serve as a dynamic repository
for condensed factual information. Attempts will be made to organize related
articles in close proximity within the database to facilitate rapid evaluation
and updates of any particular topic.
VitaleTherapeutics retains rights to accepted and published articles.
However, to defray our costs and to encourage further dissemination of
key research, publishers of paper Periodicals and Books are encouraged
to solicit articles from us or our contributors so that the "best of VitaleTherapeutics"
can be distributed to off-liners. This should be done only with proper
credit to our Journal. Information can be down-loaded from VitaleTherapeutics
Journal and Web Site at nominal or no cost by individuals for personal
The following diseases and environmental factors are of interest, and
we will attempt to explain why, to update, and to include comments and
references to other useful sites on the World Wide
Web as soon as possible and on a regular basis:
Immune Diseases and Disorders
Pathogens and Parasites
Allergies and Asthma
Anti-inflammatory Agents---Substrates for Monooxygenase
Anti-ulcer Agents---Substrates for the Monooxygenase
Thyroid Disorders---Antithyroidal Agents are Substrates
for the Monooxygenase
Known and Novel Nutritients
Herbs, Homeopathy, and Holistic
Parkinson's and Other Neurodegenerative Disease---MPTP
is Substrate for the Monooxygenase
Psychoactive Agents---Substrates for the Monooxygenase
Heavy Metals, Chelation Therapy, and Metallothionine