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Bill H. McAnalley

Chief Science Officer

Mannatech , Incorporated

HQ Phone:  (972) 471-7400

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Mannatech , Incorporated

600 South Royal Lane Suite 200

Coppell, Texas,75019

United States

Company Description

Mannatech, Incorporated, offers a profound wellness experience that makes a difference in the lives of people across the world. Through its innovative Glyconutrition products, Mannatech changes lives, providing an unprecedented level of natural wellness, freed... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Research and Development

Carrington Laboratories , Inc.


Affiliations

NSF

Fellow


National Institutes of Health

Fellow


University of Texas Health Science Center

Adjunct Faculty Member


Texas Health Science Center

Adjunct Faculty Member


Education

B.S. degree

Mathematics

Angelo State University


MS

Natural Science

New Mexico Highlands University


PhD


PhD

Pharmacology and Toxicology

University of Texas Health Science Center


PhD

Pharmacology and Toxicology

University of Texas Health/Science Center


Web References(89 Total References)


Future Nutraceuticals, Inc.

www.futurenutra.com [cached]

Back then, Dr. Bill McAnalley (who later became Mannatech's first Chief Science Officer) and other scientists discovered that many of the amazing topical and oral benefits of aloe vera gel could be attributed to a polysaccharide (that Dr. McAnalley isolated in its stabilized [acetylated‡] form and named Acemannan).
Researchers demonstrated that these mannose-rich long chains of sugars in aloe vera gel provided impressive immune system support.* Dr. McAnalley then developed the Manapol extract by modifying Acemannan so that it was suitable for human dietary intake. Dr. McAnalley soon became interested in the role that mannose plays in human cellular communication, and went on to develop Mannatech's second and third generation glyconutritional dietary supplements, Ambrotose® complex and Advanced Ambrotose® products. The discovery of the 8 essential glyconutrients dates back to the 1980s when Dr Bill McAnalley, a research pharmacologist commenced investigations to determine the active ingredient in Aloe Vera. Several years later he discovered the active ingredient was a carbohydrate with many mannose sugar molecules linked together.


Future Nutraceuticals, Inc.

www.futurenutra.com [cached]

Back then, Dr. Bill McAnalley (who later became Mannatech's first Chief Science Officer) and other scientists discovered that many of the amazing topical and oral benefits of aloe vera gel could be attributed to a polysaccharide (that Dr. McAnalley isolated in its stabilized [acetylated‡] form and named Acemannan).
Researchers demonstrated that these mannose-rich long chains of sugars in aloe vera gel provided impressive immune system support.* Dr. McAnalley then developed the Manapol extract by modifying Acemannan so that it was suitable for human dietary intake. Dr. McAnalley soon became interested in the role that mannose plays in human cellular communication, and went on to develop Mannatech's second and third generation glyconutritional dietary supplements, Ambrotose® complex and Advanced Ambrotose® products. The discovery of the 8 essential glyconutrients dates back to the 1980s when Dr Bill McAnalley, a research pharmacologist commenced investigations to determine the active ingredient in Aloe Vera. Several years later he discovered the active ingredient was a carbohydrate with many mannose sugar molecules linked together.


Nutrition | Angela Davies

www.angedavies.co.uk [cached]

Dr Bill McAnalley, Mannatech's Chief Science Officer until 2005, discovered the magic ingredient in Aloe, an essential sugar, and named it Mannose.


Angela Davies

www.angedavies.co.uk [cached]

Dr Bill McAnalley, Mannatech's Chief Science Officer until 2005, discovered the magic ingredient in Aloe, an essential sugar, and named it Mannose.


Building Strength Webinars : Health and Wellness Programs & Webinars

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Bill McAnalley, PhD Chief Executive Officer & Chief Science Officer, McMerlin Dental
Dr. McAnalley received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Math in 1968 from Angelo State University and a Masters in Natural Science in 1973 from New Mexico Highlands University (NSF Fellow). Dr. McAnalley received a PhD in Pharmacology/Toxicology in 1978 from The University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas (NIH Fellow). Dr. McAnalley also received Postdoctoral Training in Forensic and Clinical Toxicology at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas (1979-1981). Dr. McAnalley served as Adjunct Faculty at The University of Texas Health Science Center Southwestern Medical School (1979-1995). Dr. McAnalley worked for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), where he served as the Regional Toxicology Expert for US District 6 (1979-1982). While at the USEPA, Dr. McAnalley evaluated hazardous waste sites, prepared scientific support for enforcement cases, and gave testimonials on behalf of the United States government. Dr. McAnalley also served on EPA's Lead and Dioxin Committees. Dr. McAnalley served as Research Director for Prime Toxicology Laboratories, that offered state-wide rapid, general drug screenings (1985-1989). He served as Research Director for Carrington Laboratories (1982-1995) where he developed the first marketed hydrogel wound dressing. He based his technology on Aloe vera, a plant used for centuries in herbal management of wounds. More than 20 years later, hydrogels have become commonplace around the world as an important standard of care for topical and oral wounds. Additionally, Dr. McAnalley identified Acemannan, the active ingredient in aloe. As a result, he developed the Acemannan hydrogels and wound cleansers for humans and animals; Carrasyn® Hydrogels and Wound Cleansers continue to be amongst the leaders in hydrogel technology. Also, while at Carrington, he developed a vaccine adjuvant to be used with USDA's antigen for Mereck's Disease, developed the Acemannan Immunostimulant for fibrosarcoma in cats and dogs and developed Manapol, a human immunostimulant. Dr. McAnalley served as Chief Science Officer and Senior Vice President for Mannatech, Inc (1995-2005) where he developed Ambrotose®. In 2005, after having been awarded more than 55 patents for technology associated with natural-source health products, Dr. McAnalley focused his attention on improving hydrogels for management of pain in oral lesions. He worked with Dr. Hall and other experienced dental specialists to learn the unique needs of dental practitioners and the needs of their patients. Dr. McAnalley relied on his training in chemistry, pharmacology, and toxicology and on his 30 years experience in developing healthcare products derived from plant sources. He worked from his conviction that to be effective "The physician must start from nature, with an open mind. The result of this research was SockIt! Oral Pain Gel. Dr. McAnalley has authored 11 Books and/or Book Chapters, has authored or sponsored 66 peer reviewed manuscripts and presented or sponsored 96 papers at international meetings. He has sponsored and directed many undergraduate students, six graduate students and one post-doctoral student. Dr. McAnalley has received 25 US Patents and 300+ International Patents and has 4 additional international patents pending, all of which have been commercialized.


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