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Latest Network Analysis Results

I would like now to present the latest results as these where found using Network Analysis. The Network Analysis graph that has been presented so far was generated on April 2017. Since then many more topics were added and considered using both Network Analysis and Machine Learning Techniques.
Before continuing, please read the following Disclaimer :

The information discussed in this Blog and this Post is purely informational and does not constitute any Medical Advice of any Kind. If you are a patient do not take any chances with your Health. Talk to a Certified Health Professional.

The Network Analysis Graph (of which a specific area is shown) looks as follows :



From the Network Analysis we may hypothesise the following :

-The potentially  important roles of NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide)  and Tocotrienol. The reason for which Tocotrienol is considered important requires further Research.
-The central roles of Flavoproteins and particularly FMN (Flavin Mononucleotide)
-The impor…

Glucose Metabolism, FMO3 and FOXO1

Throughout the posts we have looked at several potential targets for further investigation on the syndromes discussed. These targets have been identified by using advanced Analytical Methods such as Network Analysis, Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning. 
To summarise, these Topics are the following :
-Phagocytosis/Autophagy -Innate Immune Response and Autoimmunity -Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and the Unfolded Protein Response -Bile Acid Metabolism -Liver X Receptor, Peroxisome Proliferators, Oxysterols
-Liver Disease
-Mitochondrial Dysfunction
Before continuing, the reader is reminded that the Network Analysis referenced in the posts  has been generated on April 2017. For a number of posts we will be referring to this version of Network Analysis. However, the latest Network analysis and algorithmic runs (not shown at present) have been suggesting the potential importance of Glucokinase.
From the Wikipedia entry about Glucokinase, we read :
"Most of the glucokinase …