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FDA Mulls Cutting Salt in Processed Foods

Experts agree Americans eat too much sodium, but differ on need for regulation THURSDAY, Nov. 29 (HealthDay News) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will hold a hearing on Thursday to debate just how much salt is too much in the processed foods Americans eat. The hearing is b...

Epidemic Fear In Mumbai Mounting Post-Floods

The death toll in Mumbai following the water borne diseases crossed 55 even as the government played down fears of an epidemic. Most of the 55 dead were from the densely populated city suburbs that were worst affected by // last month's floods. Over 1,000 patients had been admitted to various ...

Osteoporosis could be caused by irregular periods

According to researchers, at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), young women who experience irregular menstrual periods may be at high risk for developing osteoporosis in the future. There has been a way in which they studied nearly 40 women under age 45 with a con...

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ODS in Biological News

New reference material can improve testing of multivitamin tablets

...luding ginkgo, saw palmetto, and bitter orange, and others as they appear on store shelves. The SRM will also be used to support the efforts of the ods and the U.S. Department of Agriculture in developing accurate data for the Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database (DSID). Researchers in the academic ...

Annual Bibliography of Significant Advances in Dietary Supplement Research 2007

...p-scoring papers. WHERE AND HOW: Copies may be downloaded from the ods Web site at http://ods.od.nih.gov/Research/Annual_Bibliographies.aspx . Single print copies may also be requested from ods by phone (301-435-2920) or e-mail ( ods@nih.gov ). Print copies will also ...

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ODS in Biological Technology

Unique Surface Treatment of Novel TSK-GEL ODS Columns Provide Separation of Aqueous and Fat Soluble Vitamins

Introduction With the introduction of two new reversed-phase column types, TSKgel ODS-100V and TSKgel ODS-100Z, excellent chromatographic performance and selectivity can be achieved for a wide range of sample types. TSKgel ODS-100Z ...

TSKgel ODS-100Z and TSKgel ODS-100V column series provides a universal solution for the analysis of samples containing acidic, basic, polar & non-polar compounds

...ica lot to silica lot. Rarely, have new ods column types provided a universal solut...hat tailing is minimized on new TSK-GEL ods columns relative to other commercially available C...ting the performance of the new TSK-GEL ods columns in comparison to brands they currently use...

Separation of Peptides by Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography Using TSKgel Amide-80

...own in Table 1 . Recovery with the Amide-80 column was higher when compared to a column packed with an 80 pore size, end capped ods material(3). Reproducibility and repeatability were determined by examining both the variability between in...

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