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The Quantum Enzyme Code (The Woman who Discovered the Cure for AIDS): The Harmonic Synthesis Matthew David Frango

The Quantum Enzyme Code (The Woman who Discovered the Cure for AIDS): The Harmonic Synthesis

Matthew David Frango

Published June 28th 2006
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Kindle Edition
620 pages
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This novel, part romance, part science fiction, part thriller, is the story of a famous child prodigy in mathematics and music, Dianna Utterson, who, later as a PHD student in biophysics, develops a fool-proof , anti-mutagenic vaccine against AIDS.MoreThis novel, part romance, part science fiction, part thriller, is the story of a famous child prodigy in mathematics and music, Dianna Utterson, who, later as a PHD student in biophysics, develops a fool-proof , anti-mutagenic vaccine against AIDS.Its also a story of a jealous medical students obsession to steal the genetic code and Fourier analysis developed by his lover, Dianna, needed by his future pharmaceutical corporation to manufacture her wonder AIDS drug.The books most interesting sub-plot is the Jesuit-controlled, Pythagorean secrecy surrounding her cure and its conflict with traditional Vatican theology.With clear allusions to quantum physics, and molecular biology as developed by the American James Watson, and the British Scientists Francis Crick and Rosalind Franklin, this novel is ideal for high school and college-age students, and those readers interested in the magic of bio-medical research in its quest to find cures for mankinds most elusive diseases.Its a lasting work that inspires readers to appreciate science through the uplifting experience of a disarming, beatific heroine, Dianna Utterson.--- Wayne Kappel, Ph.D, recipient of the Distinguished Teacher White House Commission on Presidential Scholars award, 1997