Hugo Palafox-Carlos

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Antioxidants are abundant compounds primarily found in fresh fruits and vegetables, and evidence for their role in the prevention of degenerative diseases is continuously emerging. However, the bioaccessibility and bioavailability of each compound differs greatly, and the most abundant antioxidants in ingested fruit are not necessarily those leading to the(More)
Phenolic compounds are known to have antioxidant capacity; however, there is little information about molecular interactions between particular phenolics found in fruits at different developmental stages. Therefore, the total antioxidant capacity of the phenolic compounds of a fruit may not correspond to the sum of individual antioxidant capacity given by(More)
  • Ryan D Enos, Anthony Fowler, Victoria Shineman, Kris-Stella, Andrew Blinkinsop, Chelsea Celistan +14 others
  • 2013
The effect of intergroup contact has long been a question central to social scientists. As political and technological changes bring increased interstate immigration, understanding intergroup contact and demographic change is increasingly important to policy and scientific debates. Unfortunately, limitations in causal inference with observational data and(More)
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