DC101 Chili Cook-Off Promises Spicy Chili & Hot Bands
The Offspring to Headline All-Day Festival
WASHINGTON, March 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2009, the DC101 Chili
Cook-Off benefiting the National Kidney Foundation is DC's biggest one-day rock festival featuring top bands and dozens of the area's bes...
Common bowel problem linked to chili pepper pain receptor
People with irritable bowel syndrome have a higher than usual number of chilli pepper pain receptors, according to a new study published tomorrow (Wednesday 11 June).
The research, published in the journal Gut , could lead to new therapies for the estimated one in five UK adults who have irri...
Some like it hot! Structure of receptor for hot chili pepper and pain revealed
You can now not only feel the spicy kick of a jalapeno pepper, you can also see it in full 3D, thanks to researchers at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Using sophisticated equipment, the research team led by Dr Theodore G. Wensel, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at BCM, g...
The 29th Annual DC101 Chili Cook-Off Benefiting the National Kidney Foundation
WASHINGTON, May 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being
issued by the National Kidney Foundation of the National Capital Area:
Who: Musical acts including headlining sets from Staind and Live, as
well as Seether, Finger 11, Chevelle, Deaf Pedestrians and the winner of DC
Nicotine, Chili Peppers Offer Post-Surgery Pain Relief
Findings could bring new treatment options for patients, researchers say
MONDAY, Oct. 15 (HealthDay News) -- Surgery patients may one day find nicotine patches or hot pepper-based chemicals on their pain prescription pad, researchers say.
Nicotine patches and the hot pepper-derivati...
As Good As a Deli, For the Price of Making It At Home
... and Basil, Chunk Light Tuna with Lemon and Pepper, Chunk Light Tuna with Tomato Salsa, Chunk Light Tuna with Spicy Chili, Chunk Light Tuna with Sweet chili
Sauce, and Light Tuna Spread. Providing delicious and healthy options for everyone from gourmet enthusiasts to struggling college students, SAFCOL off...
Medifast Adds Pretzel and Puffs to Meal Replacement Line
... MED ), a leading portion-controlled weight-loss program, today announced the launch of Honey Mustard Pretzel Sticks and Cinnamon Pretzel Sticks and chili
Nacho Cheese Puffs and Parmesan Cheese Puffs. The new pretzel sticks and cheese puffs add to the convenience and on-the-go ease of the Medifast 5 &...
U.S. Debut: Holistic Health And Beauty From The Rainforest - New Book Reveals Closely Guarded Malaysian Health and Beauty Secrets Introducing the World to Time-Honored Tradition of Ramuan
...operties associated with certain dietary items. In order to bring balance to the body, "cold" foods like cucumber and eggplant, and "hot" foods like chili
peppers and the Malay durian fruit, are combined to address a specific condition.
Simultaneous to the debut of the book Biotropics Malaysia B...
New Report Just Published: World Telemedicine Market Report
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GmbH Renew Collaboration Agreement II-45
RigNet Enters into Partnership...
Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella, Inc. Expands Voluntary Recall of Pistachios
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...nded... Identify Four Sudan Dyes in One HPLC Analysis Using an Ultra Aqueous C18 column, ... Sudan dyes sometimes are added to foods such as chili
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chili in Biological News
New research reveals why chili peppers are hot
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Despite the popularity of spicy cuisine among Homo sapiens, the hotness in chili
peppers has always been something of an evolutionary mystery.
A plant creates fruit in order to entice animals to eat and disperse its seeds, so it doesn't make sense for that fruit to be pain...
Tarantula venom and chili peppers target same pain sensor
Venom from a West Indian tarantula has been shown to cause pain by exciting the same nerve cells in mice that sense high temperatures and the hot, spicy ingredient in chili
peppers, UCSF scientists have discovered.
The findings demonstrate that some plants and animals have evolved the same molecu...
Hot peppers really do bring the heat
peppers can do more than just make you feel hot, reports a study in the Aug...s by which cells convert energy into heat.
Capsaicin is the chemical in chili
peppers that contributes to their spiciness; CPS stimulates a receptor foun...
Drought tolerance in potatoes
...d by blight in Ireland triggered a famine. It is a member of the Solanaceae or nightshade family, which also includes tomato, eggplant, tobacco, and chili
Drought first causes stomatal closure, reducing CO2 uptake for photosynthesis, reducing plant growth and yield. Plants vary in the type...
The 21st century tomato
..., 9:10 AM).
Tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) is a member of the Solanaceae or nightshade family, which also includes potato, eggplant, tobacco, and chili
peppers. The center of origin and diversity of tomato species is in the northern Andes, where endemic populations of wild tomato species still grow. ...
Evolution of fruit size in tomato
..., 8:30 AM).
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) is a member of the Solanaceae or nightshade family, which also includes potato, eggplant, tobacco, and chili
peppers. The center of origin and diversity of tomato and other solanaceous species is in the northern Andes, where endemic wild populations of these...
Corn's roots dig deeper into South America
Starch analysis was also used by Zarrillo and Raymond for a study published in Science last year that traced the domestication and spread of chili
peppers throughout South America, Central America and the Caribbean more than 6,000 years ago.
Crop scientists discover gene that controls fruit shape
... a very small, round wild ancestor into the wide array of cultivated varieties some large and segmented, some pear-shaped, some oval, some resembling chili
peppers available through most seed catalogs and for sale in supermarkets. However, very little is known about the genetic basis for such transformat...
Detecting cold, feeling pain: Study reveals why menthol feels fresh
...lecular mechanisms of temperature sensation and pain. In 1997, the lab cloned the gene for the capsaicin receptor, the main pungent ingredient in some chili
peppers (Nature, Oct. 23, 1997), and in 2000 reported that, in mice, the receptor triggers the nerves to fire pain signals when they are exposed to hi...
Researchers find 6,000-year-old fossil evidence
...y Peru that showed people were eating domesticated chili
peppers as long as 6,000 years ago. This makes chili
peppers one of the oldest domesticated food source...Central and South America were eating domesticated chili
peppers," said Deborah Pearsall, professor of anth...
chili in Biological Technology
Solace Pharmaceuticals Appoints Professor David Julius, Renowned Pain Physiologist, to Scientific Advisory Board
...- and how somatosensation is altered in response to tissue or nerve injury. Professor Julius discovered that capsaicin, the main pungent ingredient in chili
peppers, activates an excitatory ion channel, called TRPV1, on sensory nerve endings, and that TRPV1 functions as a molecular integrator of physical a...
Anesiva Phase 3 Trial of Adlea Meets Primary Endpoint to Significantly Reduce Pain After Total Knee Replacement Surgery
How Adlea May Address the Need for Long-Acting Pain Relief
Adlea is a highly purified form of capsaicin (derived from chili
that acts on TRPV1 receptors, expressed most densely in C-fiber neurons.
Importantly, desensitization of the TRPV1 receptors blocks noxious p...
New TUMS(R) QuikPak(TM) Campaign Offers Innovative Heartburn Relief with a Little Help from the Jetsons
In a :30 spot airing on national network and cable television beginning
today, April 21, George Jetson suffers heartburn after enjoying a chili
with the works, and calls out for his wife by screaming, "JaaaAANE!".
Before she can get to him, though, Rosie the Robot opens his mouth, pours
Treatment blocks pain without disrupting other functions
... new treatments to help the millions of Americans who suffer from chronic pain.
The study used a combination of capsaicin the substance that makes chili
peppers hot and a drug called QX-314. This combination exploits a characteristic unique to pain-sensing neurons, also called nociceptors, in order t...