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Female rats at the body weight plateau which responded to 13 daily injections of 0.4 mg of growth hormone by greater weight gain per gram of food had a decreased concentration of lipid aldehydes in blood plasma, an increased concentration in liver, and no change in intestine, compared with control rats given isotonic saline.
At the recent Agrifuture Days 2014 Conference held at Villach, Austria 130 participants from 35 countries discussed " Information and Communications Technologies Improving Family Farming ". They considered the directions family farming across the world was evolving, the development in Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs), the impact these… (More)
The healthcare industry is becoming more and more distributed; organizations are increasingly relying on mobile links to access patient information and to update their databases at the point of care. New technologies, such as Internet solutions or wireless, are enabling the widely disparate systems used in healthcare to communicate with each other and are… (More)
Celiac Disease (CD) is one of the most common food intolerances. It comes along with serious damage of the mucosa in the small intestine and is caused by the storage proteins-termed "gluten"-of wheat, rye, barley and possibly oats. Sensitive individuals need to stick to a strict gluten-free diet. The gluten level in food products labeled as "gluten-free",… (More)