I have been traveling extensively to conferences and labs these last few weeks and have not had the time to post on my blog. There were several requests, however, to make available on the blog an interview I did this week with Alan Noble, a leader from the ASEA company, that outlines some of the reasons that I became involved in redox signaling technology in the first place. As an atomic physicist, I was an independent consultant for the ASEA company for a number of years and became interested in stable redox signaling through my work with this company. I have no holdings in the company, I do not work for them now nor do I have any conflicts of interest. I did this interview with Alan as a friend.
I hope, during the next week that we will be able to continue our journey of discovery into redox signaling and get back to the meat. This blog was meant to document this journey into the science of redox signaling in an understandable way so that we all could see the views along the way. If you have a few minutes, it would be beneficial to start on the very early posts, made years ago, where the science was first being revealed and read this blog in reverse (chronological) order to view the journey. My best wishes to you all.