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DNA Staining Reveals the Existence of the Meridian Sub Systems

DNA Staining Reveals the Existence of the Meridian Sub Systems
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Volume 1 Issue 1 - February 2006

by Attilio D'Alberto

A previous article in Acupuncture Today referred to an unpublished research article by Jiang et al. (2004) that aimed to find the existence of the meridians (D’Alberto 2005). Now, further research in South Korea has revealed the existence of the meridian subsystems using DNA-staining (Shin et al. 2005). The Shin et al. (2005) study in part, replicated the original discovery made in 1963 by Bonghan Kim in North Korea. The validity of Kim’s study has been disputed since then, but several recent studies confirm that he may have been correct (Cho et al. 2004, Lee et al. 2004a, Lee et al. 2004b)
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