Abstract

Research Article

Endogenous archeological sciences: Physiology, Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Immunology, Pharmacology, Oncology and Genetics as instrument for a new field of investigation? Modern global aspects for a new discipline

Luisetto M*, Naseer Almukhtar, Ghulam Rasool Mashori, Ahmed Yesvi Rafa, Farhan Ahmad Khan, Gamal Abdul Hamid, Luca Cabianca and Behzad Nili-Ahmadabadi

Published: 14 December, 2018 | Volume 2 - Issue 2 | Pages: 065-097

In this work is analyzed scientific literature involved in human evolution to be used as an archeological Pathway to link different sciences in an overall new discipline.

A rational classification of single evidence make possible to better understand under new light some Physiological process.

The archeological instrument to be applied in other field like biology or other sciences.

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Keywords:

Inside; Endogenous; Archeology; Physiology; New scientific discipline; Archeo-toxicology; Archeo-oncology; Filogenetic; Ontogenetic; Pharmacological research

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