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Finished Your Lunch? Now Eat The Wrapper

...ng how resistant starch changesthe mix of bacteria beneficially in the human bowel, will be published laterthis year in the international Journal of Nutrition . Dr Topping says resistant starch is now shaping up as a very importantdietary protection against cancer and other bowel diseases, which are responsible...

"Genes, Vitamins, Homocyst(e)ine And Cardiovascular Diseases"

...ification or vitaminsupplementation may prevent or beneficially affect the evolution ofatherosclerotic diseases. The National Institutes of Health is supporting a current study that maydetermine whether vitamin supplementation will alter the course ofatherosclerotic diseases; results are expected to be...

Stanford researchers win National Science Foundation grants for information technology research

...ture to make governmental regulations publicly and beneficially available online. The pilot application focuses on regulations related to hazardous waste management. Federal and state environmental protection agencies, as well as local governments, impose strict regulations on the treatment and disposal of chemic...

JCI table of contents, January 2, 2004

...ion can influence ongoing autoaggressive processes beneficially at the preclinical stage if produced at the correct time, location, and level. Therefore viruses that do not directly destroy beta cells may actually enhance the course of autoimmune diabetes. TITLE: Cure of prediabetic mice by viral infections invol...

A viral cure for type 1 diabetes

...ion can influence ongoing autoaggressive processes beneficially at the preclinical stage if produced at the correct time, location, and level. Therefore viruses that do not directly destroy b cells may actually enhance the course of autoimmune diabetes....

Ethanol to power the future of hydrogen fuel cells

...elieve that inter-metallic compounds could be used beneficially in fuel cell electrodes to oxidize ethanol. These materials are not alloys but have ordered structures wherein atoms are very specifically arranged. Electrolysis of water using hydroelectric or nuclear, wind, or solar power also produces hydrogen. Ho...

New screening method turns up potential compound for treating anthrax

...metry method used in Mrksich's laboratory could be beneficially applied to drug screening. Min's work is supported by the University's Burroughs-Wellcome program that fosters graduate training at the intersection between the physical and biological sciences. Further support for the chemical screening project came...

Ecosystem bounces back from hurricanes

... storms are now in abeyance, suggesting the storms beneficially flushed the areas studied. The one major estuary dweller that has been slow to recover is the blue crab, the researchers say, although its numbers are now creeping back toward average abundances. The research is published online this week (June 14) i...

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