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Dietary supplement many not lower prostate cancer risk

... group received the control diet mixed with tomato powder made from tomato paste that included seeds and skins. Additionally, each group was subdivided into an energy-restricted group and an energy-unrestricted group. Animals in the unrestricted group received as much food as they wanted; energy-restricted ...

Lycopene's anti-cancer effect linked to other tomato components

...s found that the rats that had consumed the tomato powder had a 26 percent lower risk of prostate cancer dea...f prostate cancer similar to control rats. "Tomato powder consumption clearly extended the life and reduced the cancer in this particular model," Erdman said....

Mimicking the human body with carbon black polymers

...ith carbon powder. By varying the amount of carbon powder used, the materials can mimic blood, bone, fat and skin. The researchers chose carbon black--a fine powder made almost entirely of elemental carbon--because of its electrical conductivity and low cost. The i...

QuikClot (TM) will be made available to public

...Iraq. An injured serviceman can apply the clotting powder himself, and an account of a marine doing exactly that during the fighting in Iraq, while waiting three days to get to a medical unit, is being told. The Department of Defense has confirmed reports of multiple uses of QuikClot in Iraq with lives sav...

Hebrew University researchers develop method to improve neutraceutical absorption

...owders. As a result, they can be used as liquid or powder food additives or taken on their own. Each microemulsion must be specifically designed to suit the nutraceutical. This involves extensive research using highly sophisticated equipment that allows Garti and Aserin to study the nanostructure of the new...

War on germs gets cutting-edge weapon from ancient world technique

...Today silver is a key ingredient in new high-tech, powder coated finishes that hospitals and doctors offices...nishes have been developed by the manufacturers of powder coating, an advanced method of finishing a wide range of materials and products. In powder coating, ...

A derivative of the green tea leaf may help with Metabolic Syndrome X, a potentially deadly disorder

... A high-dose treatment was developed using Tegreen powder (0.75 g) dissolved in 100 ml of solution for a 7.5 mg/ml suspension. For a low-dose treatment, Tegreen power (0.25 g) was dissolved in solution to make a 2.5 mg/ml suspension. The subjects were housed with a 12-hour light/dark cycle. After being a...

Natural approach to cleaning up toxic freeway runoff urged

...en washed in a while, you can see a layer of black powder around the wheels. That powder is from the brake pads and can be loaded with heavy metals," Stenstrom said. Stenstrom noted that so...

INEEL researchers discover that concrete degrades nerve agent and can predict rate of decay

... used ground up concrete for its tests because the powder is easier to sample for analysis than chunks of concrete, but analyzing intact concrete is the next step. IT-SIMS is particularly suited to applications such as chemical weapon agent detection because such chemicals are designed to be both adsorptive...

Oncologists evaluate Chinese herbal medicine

...rch into both, by making the herbal extract into a powder form, along with a placebo powder. The study is conducted according to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guideline, a universally accepted standard for clinical research in conventional medicine. In this double-blind randomised trial, neither the herbal...

After massive experiment, results favor wildlife corridors

...yrtle and holly in the central patch with a sticky powder that can be seen only with a florescent light. The researchers then placed seed traps under 16 bird perches built in each of the connected and unconnected peripheral patches. Over several months, they collected and analyzed the resulting bird droppin...

NATO picks promising pollution solution at NASAs Marshall Center for pilot study program

...lves injection into the ground of zero-valent iron powder small solid iron particles -- in slurry form usin... the approach taken was to inject zero-valent iron powder where possible in the most contaminated areas. Then overlapping injections were inserted into areas ...

Bug vs. bug: scientists use microorganisms to target destructive termites

... prove effective, the germs could be turned into a powder or spray that could be directed at known termite infestations or possible hideouts. The microorganisms do not appear to be harmful to humans or plants, the researcher said. This is not the first attempt to develop biological control agents for ter...

Industry explores renewable resources, such as lignin

...iro H. Lora of Media, Pa., who markets lignin as a powder for the Swiss company, Granit S.A. Lora and Glasser's paper will highlight examples of industrial uses for sulfur-free, water-insoluble lignins from agricultural crops. Lora will demonstrate how lignin can be used in automotive brake pads. Other uses...

Brookhaven Spotlights: News from the National Synchrotron Light Source

...king at the NSLS are pioneering a new use of x-ray powder diffraction, a well-known technique to determine t...ork. Instead, the Los Alamos scientists prepared a powder made of numerous very small crystals of a protein, a process that takes only a few seconds. They use...

Enzyme once thought harmful to Alzheimers patients now appears key to future treatment

...ypsin, followed by mechanical conversion to a fine powder for dispersion of individual cells. Cells were then plated on poly-L-lysine-coated cover slips and viewed under an inverted microscope. All solutions were kept oxygenated by continuous bubbling with pure oxygen. Results The findings provide the firs...

Could the FBI be doing more in the hunt for the anthrax attacker?

...gh the US mail last autumn may not have stolen the powder made by the US Army's Dugway Proving Ground in Uta...recently produced the kind of fine, floating spore powder used in the attack. So if Dugway's bacteria are genetically different from the attacker's, it seems ...

X-ray analysis of shipwreck may help conservators save waterlogged artifacts

...ample's chemical composition. One technique, x-ray powder diffraction (XRD), was used to chemically identify products of oxidation on wooden surfaces. Another technique, x-ray absorption near-edge structure (XANES), allowed identification of sulfur compounds inside the wood by analysis of ground-up core sam...

Office of Naval Research awards $8.4M to young investigators

...cular focus on selective laser sintering and laser powder re-melting as well as the effects on post-processing of sintered parts by infiltration. The development of parameterized models will lead to the ability to predict mechanical properties of parts made by solid freeform fabrication and thus will lead ...

New research may lead to more effective treatment of asthmatic attacks

...way to reduce the dose emitted from metered or dry powder inhalers by 80 percent without losing any clinical effect. The means to produce monodisperse or narrow size-ranged steroid aerosols are limited. Present systems, like the spinning-top generator, are cumbersome in their use and are, therefore, confine...

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