The Adventures of a Small Molecule. Priklyucheniya Malenjkoy Molekuli.

The Adventures of a Small Molecule. Priklyucheniya Malenjkoy Molekuli. : This Story - A Fairy Tale "The Adventures of a Small Molecule" Is Devoted to the Creation of a New Pharmaceutical Drug. Its Feature Is That the Whole Story Is on Behalf of This Drug,

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This story - a fairy tale "The Adventures of a small molecule" is devoted to the creation of a new pharmaceutical drug. Its feature is that the whole story is on behalf of this drug, which name is "Homer." Its creators - the doctor of chemistry Kosem and his helper Ozer - are living a normal life of high-tech workers, which in itself is not very common. They fall in love, drink a little on the work place, but most importantly - they are always in virtual contact with Homer and his friends - other molecules. After obtaining of its positive biological activity the struggle for the right of possession inflames around Homer. All this adventures intersect with the love's line between Kosem and pretty wife of one of the investors - the villains. There are here some assassination attempts on Kosem and his beloved, but Homer and its friends-molecules saved them. As a result, all ends well, as it has to be in fairy tales.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 218 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 12.7mm | 639.56g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • Russian
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514777851
  • 9781514777855

About Alexander Aizikovich

Author - Alexander Aizikovich, Doctor of Chemistry (PhD), is currently an associate at Tel Aviv University. He is married and has two adult children and four grandchildren. He has 70 scientific publications (articles, patents and reports at international conferences). Literary works began in 2009. Some works: stories "mid-cycle," "Sorozhka," "Break," "Lessons at home," "The Dinner Party in Times of Change," "Listening to Vysotsky," "Once was a scientist ..."
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