Location: Port Coquitlam British Columbia Canada
Work interests: P/t Internet researcher and Indie self-publishing author.
Affiliation/website: http://www.skyebluepublications.com
Preferred contact method: Comment on my profile page
Preferred contact language(s): English
Contact: E-mail me directly and I will get back to you shortly.
Favourite publications: Biotechnology journals, biology journals and more general life science journals. J. of Biotechnology, Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology, Canadian J. Animal Science, Nature, J. Dairy Science and J. Animal Science

D. A. Flores - Author and trade biotechnologist

D. A. Flores is the penname of the author who enjoys combing through the literature on a given science topic and communicating through on-line marketing channels with the general public wishing to learn the best and latest biotech has to offer covering: agriculture, food, health and topics on green energy.  We invite you to visit us at Skye Blue Publications/hum-molgen.de and feel free to contribute your time and opinion, and if desired, joing our network or e-mail club of e-mail bloggers with complimentary message and to receive fuure mailings of our informational matter via Canada...

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22/11/18 08:04:56AM @chief-admin:

Hi Danny,

Thanks for rejoining. In my own field research, I have found that the plant I study is an important part of the traditional diets of pig throughout Southeast Asia, and it likely has both nutritional and medicinal benefits. Unfortunately I am not in a position to do the work needed to show this, I can only report the usage by farmers, and make informed speculation about the animal-plant (and human-plant) association.

However, I do think the observations matter, given the problem of excessive use of antibiotics for intensive production of pig. There might be better ways to look after the animal if the industrial diet could be modelled on traditional diets. It is an interesting parallel to our own switch to industrial food production and consumption.

We can discuss further by email/private notes...

Cheers, Peter


13/02/19 06:03:26AM @dannyflores:

Hi, again, PJ Matthews

I have reviewed your very helpful suggestions or input towards further advancing my area of research of using brackish water and/or estuarine waterways or ponds for growing species that can handle the waste load increasing with more livestock pressure on the land and recharge water for the water supply, farming irrigation and emptying back into the waterways. These spp. that do so, as you suggested, can perhaps be used in a controlled way for feeding livestock and even pigs of up to 20%, as fed, for finishers, which may arguably improve lower gut digestion and health as well as condition whole tract digestibility (e. g. protein digestion), in addition to being a source of vegetable-sourced dietary protein as in humans. What do you think, Dr. Matthews? -Good news, a postgrad student at UP in Los Banos and staff at my hometown at Silliman University, in the Philippine Islands, is pursuing, as he has informed me, animal production from the aspect of ag-economics and agribusiness. It's all new to me. He wants less of nutrition and more of the production side. Wish me best to advice him as needed! Thnks.- Danny  Danny Peter Flores

22/11/18 05:59:34AM @dannyflores:
Because of considerable developments in the public eye of our putative drug candidate on the drawing board, VitD-Agoniste, Retonibionol (R) (generic name), we are beginning patent applications for the preliminary 8-step syntheses of the seco-steroid-al derivative at 26C-13 dubbed the "Flores Synthesis" before drawn out and exhuastive work to be scheduled with future drug discovery collaborators in the pharma industry in Canada and the U.S.A. back from 1980 at Kalamazoo College, Michigan on further synthesis/production through microbial and enzymatic syntheses together with future plans to develop production systems using marine seagrasses fed the derivative together with pharmacokinetic studies using both effects of the putative ligand on titre at the enzyme site as well as receptor/cell signaling binding and effects on VitD plasma titre in animal and human subjects. This drug, if successful for its claims, will be revolutionary towards "fortifying" the "limiting titre of plasma VitD (activated form)" from enriched diets in North America from milk and bread especially for both Caucasoid and pigmented human subjects given the latitude/seasonality and exposure to UV-B light as in the United States where Cancers tend to predominate due to these limitations. There are future plans to market the drug in dietetic form as in enriched swirl bread and smoothie mixes.  We welcome any queries and questions you might have on this promising research objective.
22/11/18 05:33:48AM @dannyflores:

We are canvassing the literature at this time looking for possibilities to push ahead with our book publication: "Nutrigenomics and Cell Signaling, Neurotransmitters and Gene Expression with Digestion, Metabolism, Behaviour, Growth and Development," by D. A. Flores to be distributed through a U. S. publisher and marketed with Barnes & Noble and Amazon. It will focus on animal research, nutrition and health preventatives or interventives, a specialty of the lead author and writer of the book. Let us know if you can participate in this compendium of recent topics to advance science further where it matters. Look us up (Danny Agustin Flores) on Linkedin for updates on further developments.