The Group

The Experts Group on Inositol in Basic and Clinical Research (EGOI) brings
together several international personalities, researchers and opinion leaders,
skilled in the field of inositol physiology and therapy, with the aim to discuss
and share scientific contents relating to their own expertise in the field.


EGOI joins the Alliance for Health Promotion,
a non-governative organization affiliated with the World Health Organization (WHO)


The Experts Group on Inositol in Basic and Clinical Research (EGOI)
was conceived to address and clarify some important issues
concerning the physiological role and the hypothetical use of Inositols
in a number of biological and medical fields, including gynecology,
reproduction, cancer, neurology, metabolic and endocrinological disorders.


This section collects the most significant scientific contents of EGOI members
concerning the use of inositols alone or in association, both in basic research
and for clinical application.


The most significant activities/events about the use of inositols,
alone or in association, both in basic research and in clinical practice
are reported in this section.

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Recent updates

Inositols: From Established Knowledge to Novel Approaches

Authors: Simona Dinicola, Vittorio Unfer, Fabio Facchinetti, Christophe O. Soulage, Nicholas D. Greene, Mariano Bizzarri, Antonio Simone Laganà, Shiao-Yng Chan, Arturo Bevilacqua, Lali Pkhaladze, Salvatore Benvenga, Annarita Stringaro, Daniele Barbaro, Marialuisa Appetecchia, Cesare Aragona, Maria Salomè Bezerra Espinola, Tonino Cantelmi, Pietro Cavalli, Tony T. Chiu, Andrew J. Copp, Rosario D’Anna, Didier Dewailly, Cherubino Di Lorenzo, Evanthia Diamanti-Kandarakis, Imelda Hernández Marín, Moshe Hod, Zdravko Kamenov, Eleni Kandaraki, Giovanni Monastra, Mario Montanino Oliva, John E. Nestler, Maurizio Nordio, Ali C. Ozay, Olga Papalou, Giuseppina Porcaro, Nikos Prapas, Scott Roseff, Monica Vazquez-Levin, Ivana Vucenik and Artur Wdowiak