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Green tea extract boosts exercise endurance 8-24%, utilizing fat as energy source
...-obesity effects of GTE on mice and humans.) In an era
when professional and amateur athletes are always looking for ways to improve performance, and most people want to improve their health and exercise capabilities, "the efficacy of dietary interventions is still controversial," the authors acknowledge...
Vollum Institute discovery may unlock human genome
...e technique could give a critical boost to the new era
of genomic discovery set forth when the Human Genome Project was completed early last year. "The question was how to understand the enormous amount of genomic information that has been generated," Goodman said. "Our approach will help unlock the regu...
New technique provides insights into gene regulation
...eously a dramatic increase in throughput from the era
when only one gene could be studied at a time. The new system developed by the U of T team enables accurate measurements of the levels of individual exons that make up different mRNAs to be attained, which current gene chips are unable to do. These d...
Leibniz prizewinners 2005
...ial order of ranks and classes in the early modern era
were constituted through symbolic acts, for instan...rg-Rilinger always establishes links to the modern era
in her work, and attempts to identify the relationship between developments in the early modern era
Research to explore revolutionary gene sequencing: Threading the molecular needle
... the human genetic code promises to usher in a new era
of genetic medicine, but that doesn't mean current... of Physics at ASU, could make the long-dreamt-of era
of true genetic medicine possible with extremely rapid, accurate and low cost sequencing of single D...
ASU gets grant to develop high speed DNA sequence reader
...h person's genetic profile. "It would usher in the era
of molecular medicine," Williams said....
Old bones unearth new date for giant deer's last stand
...ree thousand years takes them well into the modern era
when Stone Age hunting was at its most refined. The question is, did early man develop an appetite for supersized deer? Professor Adrian Lister says: "Although we can now bring the extinction date forward by 3,000 years or so, we still can't tell wha...
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