Secrets of Anti-Aging Skin Care - The Art of Staying Young. George A. Scheele, M.D. Wind 'n Sea Press, La Jolla , California , 2004.
In this book I discuss the scientific basis of skin aging and the use of nutrition and anti-oxidants to reverse skin aging. The importance of avoiding excessive exposure to intense sunlight, smoking and environmental pollutants including pesticides, cigarette smoke, gasoline fumes and dirt particles are emphasized. The concepts of molecular and cellular healing, developed in the 1980s, are underscored in relation to maintenance of undamaged, youthful skin.
Organized and co-edited the second edition of the leading resource book in the field, entitled "The Pancreas, Biology, Pathobiology and Diseases" (V.L. Go, E.P. DiMagno, J.D. Gardiner, E. Lebenthal , H.A. Reber and G.A. Scheele, eds.) Raven Press, New York , NY., second edition, 1993. Four chapters in this book were written by Dr. Scheele:
Regulation of pancreatic Gene Expression in Response to Hormones and Nutritional Substrates. George A. Scheele
Cellular Compartmentation, protein Processing and secretion in the Exocrine Pancreas. George A. Scheele and Horst F. Kern.
The Use of Two-dimensional Gel Electrophoresis and High-Performance Liquid chromatography for the Analysis of Pancreatic Juice. P. J. Padfield and George A. Scheele.
Interdependence of Nutrition and Exocrine Pancreatic Function. C.S. Pitchumoni and George A. Scheele.
Organized and co-edited the first edition of the leading textbook in the field, entitled "The Pancreas, Biology, Pathobiology and Diseases" (V.L. Go, J.D. Gardner, F.P. Brooks , E. Lebenthal, E.P. DiMagno, G.A. Scheele) Raven Press, New York , NY., 1986; first edition, 1986. Five chapters in this book were written by Dr. Scheele:
Regulation of Gene Expression in the Exocrine Pancreas. George A.
Cellular processing of Proteins in the exocrine Pancreas. George A. Scheele
Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis in the Analysis of Exocrine Pancreatic Proteins. George A. Scheele.
Effects of Nutrition on the Exocrine Pancreas. C.S. Pitchumoni, G. Scheele, P.C. Lee and E. Lebenthal.
Experimental Models and Concepts in acute Pancreatitis. Guido Adler, Horst F. Kern and George A. Scheele.
Illustration of the two editions of
"The Pancreas, Biology, Pathobiology and Diseases".