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The development of a non-invasive monitor of total haemoglobin has been reported previously. The paper presents the design and testing of a finger probe used in that optical haemoglobin monitor. When a finger is inserted into the probe, light is radiated onto the nail, and a silicon detector measures transmitted light. This finger probe can have different(More)
Although object-oriented paradigm is becoming a more realistic approach to the development of large-scale software systems, the existing object-oriented notations and methodologies do not fully support the development of distributed object systems. In this paper, we integrate Meta-Object Protocol (MOP) into a de facto standard object-oriented modeling(More)
Phytochemicals are reported to provide various biological functions leading to the promotion of health as well as the reduced risk of chronic diseases. Fat-soluble plant pigments, carotenoids, are extensively studied micronutrient phytochemicals for their potential health benefits. It is noteworthy that specific carotenoids may be responsible for different(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES Isoflavones are widely believed to be beneficial to human health, in relation to their antioxidant potentials. Exercise can cause an imbalance between reactive oxygen species (ROS) and antioxidants. This study was conducted in order to investigate the ability of isoflavones in amelioration of oxidative stress induced by exercise. (More)
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