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Assessment of the mapping capabilities of ERS-1 SAR data for flood mapping: a case study in Germany
In order to carry out an examination close to the end-user needs, the specific user requests concerning information about flood events were identified. The mapping accuracy in view of the floodExpand
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Homocysteine, Cysteine, and Glutathione in Human Colonic Mucosa: Elevated Levels of Homocysteine in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
The present study was performed to evaluate the levels of the amino thiols cysteine, homocysteine, and glutathione in the colonic mucosa of patients with various intestinal diseases, especiallyExpand
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Abstract The cause of chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) remains unclear. A recent hypothesis suggests that ulcerative colitis may be caused by one or more reactive xenobiotic metabolites. IfExpand
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The value of flavonoids for the human nutrition: Short review and perspectives
Summary Flavonoids are phytochemicals and belong to the polyphenols. A wide variety of beneficial factors has been attributed to their mode of action. Some of their activities concerns the inhibitionExpand
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[Small-nodular liver cirrhosis with marked portal hypertension due to vitamin A intoxication resulting from psoriasis treatment (author's transl)].
Clinical and histological signs of small nodular liver cirrhosis with portal hypertension were present in a 36-year-old man, three-and-a-half years after a seven-week course of treatment of psoriasisExpand
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Flavonoide zur Krebsprävention im Darm
ZusammenfassungHintergrund:Da derzeit keine nachhaltigen und sicheren Möglichkeiten zur Prävention von Neoplasien, insbesondere beim kolorektalen Karzinom (KRK), bestehen, könnten wirksame,Expand
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[Anti-inflammatory effects of tea-flavonoids].
Tea flavonoids belong to the large group of polyphenols and display antioxidative, anti-inflammatory and anti-neoplastic activities. These phytochemicals are xenobiotics and are synthesized by teaExpand
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