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Fat Substitutes

...sorbed. Monoglycerides and diglycerides are simply chopped off parts of vegetable oils that are emulsified with water. These latter compounds have the same calories as fat but reduce the amount of fat needed. Infact, they are fat but are usually added in small enough amounts that they don't show up on the ...

Keep fit with salads

...ms and stuffing them with vegetable filling finely chopped vegetables with dressing), or shredded chicken/meat/ prawns etc., If so desired. Salads can be packed in picnic harpers and tiffin boxes. Bite-sized salads can be served as entrees, starters and cocktail snacks. You can serve a sprouted salad for b...

Researchers Identified Process That Aids Spread Of Alzheimer’s’ Diseae

...ich then splits the proteins. APP, for example, is chopped into two parts: amyloid-beta, which is then shipped to the outside of the cell, and another part that remains inside. Amyloid-beta forms the plaques seen in brains afflicted with Alzheimer’s. Now that nicastrin’s function has been ascertained, it op...

Cancer cell behavior during Metastasis – New finding

...ls. Alternative splicing determines how the DNA is chopped into pieces and then reassembled. The order in which DNA is reassembled determines which proteins the gene produces. In cancer cells, the splicing machinery goes awry -- as do myriad functions within the cells. When the splicing process proceeds on...

Renegade RNA: Clues to Cancer and Normal Growth

...ing to do with miR-29b’s location, the researchers chopped them off and stuck them on the end of another microRNA. When put into cells, the new microRNA behaved just like miR-29b, wandering far away from the cell’s protein-making machinery and into the nucleus, where the cell’s genetic material is kept. The...

Immune System Gears Up by Specific Enzymes

...pening T cell activity being controlled by getting chopped off at the T cell’s surface. Certain drugs that inhibit metalloproteases now under development as treatments for multiple sclerosis and arthritis appear to work by keeping T cells on a tight leash, Vignali noted. The new discovery could demonstrat...

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