Carlo Andreis

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BACKGROUND The phenolic content, volatile compound fingerprint and antioxidant capacity of Waldheimia glabra (Decne.) Regel (Asteraceae), a wild plant from the Himalayan mountains used in Sherpa religious rituals and in traditional medicine, were determined for the first time to investigate its suitability as a source of natural antioxidants. RESULTS The(More)
The growth of molecular diagnostics and its application in various clinical laboratories has made it necessary to standardize the methods used to freeze and store tissues used in molecular testing. It may now be advantageous to preserve fresh tissues and other specimen types in a central frozen tissue bank so that sample preparation and storage conditions(More)
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