The Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry



Volume 10, Number 4, p.p. 135144



Human-specific intractable immune diseases and mitochondrial deterioration

Katsunari Nishihara

Nishihara Institute, Hara Bldg 3F, 6-2-5 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

This paper introduces the concept of environmental energy as well as mitochondrial energy metabolism into conventional life science and medicine, and shows how morphology, physiology, molecular genetics, biomechanics, bacteriology, virology and clinical therapeutic medicine can be integrated to cure intractable immune maladies. The major causes of immune diseases are disclosed as being brought about by intracellular infection of nonpathogenic common enteromicrobes due to absorbing improper environmental energies. Through controlling environmental energy as well as common enteromicrobes infected intracellularly, it has been shown that these maladies occur by deterioration of mitochondrial function via these microbes. Consequently, the author has established stomato-facial and neuro-cranial medicine and has developed new therapeutic methods for the complete curing of intractable immune diseases via diagnosis ex juvantibus through treatment of intracellular infection as well as controlling environmental energy. By means of integrated clinical and basic research, the author has disclosed what human specific intractable immune diseases are, including mental illness and cancer. This allows genuine clinical immunology to be established, by which intractable immune maladies are completely cured, if treated in time. The paper also discusses the essential mitochondrial function of cellular life activity to remodel themselves to overcome aging.

Keywords: energy metabolism, genuine clinical immunology, hypophysis, intracellular infection, intractable immune disease, mitochondrial deterioration


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