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GROWTH DEFICITS AND NUTRIENT INTAKE OF INFANTS AND TODDLERS WITH INFANTILE ANOREXIA AND SENSORY FOOD AVERSIONS AT CHILDREN'S NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER IN WASHINGTON DC
<bold>Objective/Design:</bold> To determine growth and nutrient intake of children with IA (1-3 y), at diagnosis, and after counseling sessions. <bold>Results/Discussion:</bold> Both diagnostic groups (IA and IA+SFA) met ...
Selenium compounds activate early barriers of tumorigenesis
Selenium chemoprevention by apoptosis has been well studied, but it is not clear whether selenium can activate early barriers of tumorigenesis, namely senescence and DNA damage response. To test this hypothesis, we treated ...
Promotion of Value-Added Uses of Soybeans
Soybeans contain a wealth of health-promoting phytochemicals, the amounts of which are known to vary considerably across genotypes and growing conditions. The present work is dedicated to better understand these variations ...
CHARACTERIZATION OF LIVER X RECEPTORS IN PROSTATE CANCER CHOLESTEROL METABOLISM AND PULMONARY IMMUNE RESPONSE
Liver x receptors (LXRs) are central regulators cholesterol homeostasis and the innate immune response. As modulators of inflammation and cholesterol metabolism LXRs might diminish dyslipidemia and inflammation related ...
COMPARISONS OF WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE, WAIST-TO-HIP RATIO AND BODY MASS INDEX AND THEIR ASSOCIATIONS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES IN RURAL AND URBAN INDIA
India has the highest prevalence of diabetes mellitus in the world. Anthropometric measurements (waist circumference (WC), waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) and body mass index (BMI)) are risk factors of Type 2 diabetes mellitus ...