My name is Marc C. E. Wagner.   I began my research career in 1982 working on breast cancer. Since that time, I have been involved in other aspects of research including, identification and characterization of brain specific proteins, immuno-toxicology, fluorescence technology development, Alzheimer and HIV research.  I have worked for the University of Pittsburgh, University of Pennsylvania, and Carnegie-Mellon University. I have had a rewarding opportunity to spend several weeks working at the Institute of Gustave-Roussy in Villejuif, France learning techniques in long term human bone marrow culturing.  My work has resulted in the publication of numerous scientific articles and one patent application where I am named co-inventor.  Each of my endeavors has given me the foundation which aided me in formulating the hypothesis of utilizing eATP in the treatment of HIV and other diseases.


The Therapeutic Potential of Adenosine Triphosphate as an Immune Modulator in the Treatment of HIV/AIDS: A Combination Approach w/ HAART.


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