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  • Role of Earthworm in Sustainable Agriculture - ScienceDirect

    2018-1-1u2002·u2002Human plays a dominant role in earthworm introduction and redistribution by transporting soil and plant material. Singh et al. (2016a) reported that epigeic species that live on the upper surface of soil are more prone to physical dispersal forces such as flooding and wind than deep burrowing anecic species.

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  • Earthworm Extracts Facilitate PC12 Cell Differentiation ...

    Earthworm, Eutyphoeus gammiei, homogenate (EGH) was screened for wound healing activity on human keratinocyte cell line, HaCat, by cell proliferation and migration assays.

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  • The Potential of Human Peptide LL-37 as an Antimicrobial ...

    2021-5-29u2002·u2002The human antimicrobial peptide LL-37 has been considered as a potential alternative to conventional antibiotics as it displays broad spectrum antibacterial and anti-biofilm activities as well as immunomodulatory functions. While LL-37 has shown promising results, it has yet to receive regulatory approval as a peptide antibiotic.

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  • (PDF) The Effect of Earthworm Extract on Promoting Skin ...

    WHP displayed by the earthworm extract was 88.3 ± 2.9% on day 11, whereas 1.0% of PO showed 98.9 ± 0.3% for the same period [16]. Altogether, these results suggested that 1.0% of …

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  • Transient Nutrient Deprivation Promotes Macropinocytosis ...

    2018-9-12u2002·u2002Nutrient limitation restricts bacterial growth in privileged sites such as the middle ear. Transient heme-iron restriction of nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae (NTHI), the major causative agent of chronic and recurrent otitis media (OM), promotes new and diverse phenotypes that can influence planktonic, biofilm, and intracellular lifestyles of NTHI.

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  • Preparation of Silver Antibacterial Agents with Different ...

    2021-9-3u2002·u2002Preparation of Silver Antibacterial Agents with Different Forms ... resin-coated nano-silver solution microcapsules, and nano-silver solution were used as three kinds of ... Because wood is porous and contains nutrients such as protein and cellulose, it promotes the breeding and spread of harmful microorganisms such as bacteria and molds.

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  • Evaluation of Antibacterial and Antioxidant activities of ...

    2017-4-2u2002·u2002antibiotics promotes development of resistance against bacteria. The antimicrobial properties of medicinal plants are being increasingly reported from different parts of the world as they found to have lesser side effects and devoid of drug resistance. In an effort to expand the spectrum of antibacterial agents from natural sources the

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  • Engineering a multifunctional N-halamine-based ...

    2020-1-1u2002·u2002A super-convenient and broad-spectrum effective strategy based on a simple N-halogenation reaction.. The N-halogenation-based strategy is suitable to most N–H bond-containing hydrogels.. A scalable production of N-halamine-based hydrogel capable of bacteria-killing.. The hydrogel can resist wound bacterial infection, accelerate the healing process, and promote …

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  • Silver nanoparticles: Synthesis, medical applications and ...

    Laser Ablation Method. Laser ablation method refers to a pulsed laser instantaneously heat the target bulk metal immersed in water or an organic solvent to form plasma plume, followed by nucleation and growth of metal particles during the plasma plume cooling process and eventually form nanoscale clusters [62, 64].During the process of laser ablation, nanoparticles can absorb …

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  • Fabrication of antibacterial and hemostatic electrospun ...

    2020-6-25u2002·u2002Health care professionals have always had problems treating and healing wounds. Today, many of these problems have been resolved with the use of advanced wound dressings. The main aim of this work was to fabricate the wound dressings using the electrospinning method blending Tranexamic acid (TXA) with Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) to investigate the blood coagulation …

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  • Antibacterial properties of human beta defensin-3 ...

    2018-8-6u2002·u2002Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is a major health concern. Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are a class of peptides that are efficient in killing most microbes yet development of resistance to AMPs is rare. However, complex secondary and tertiary structures and difficulties in isolating AMPs have limited their use as antibiotics. It has been demonstrated earlier that small peptides derived from ...

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  • Earthworm (Eisenia fetida) Eco-physiological ...

    2017-1-14u2002·u2002A vermifilter (with earthworms, VF), with a conventional biofilter (no earthworms, BF) as a control, was established to examine the survival state and adaptability of earthworms in protein perspective. The VF behaved with a significantly higher organic matter decomposition and lower sludge yield due to the presence of earthworms. However, during the steady stage (12 months), the earthworm ...

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  • Frontiers

    2013-7-3u2002·u2002Diabetic patients often have ulcers on their lower-limbs that are infected by multiple biofilm-forming genera of bacteria, and the elimination of the biofilm has proven highly successful in resolving such wounds in patients. To that end, antimicrobial peptides have shown potential as a new anti-biofilm approach. The single human cathelicidin peptide LL-37 has been shown to have antimicrobial ...

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  • Earthworm Extracts Facilitate PC12 Cell Differentiation ...

    Earthworm, Eutyphoeus gammiei, homogenate (EGH) was screened for wound healing activity on human keratinocyte cell line, HaCat, by cell proliferation and migration assays.

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  • Role of Earthworm in Sustainable Agriculture - ScienceDirect

    2018-1-1u2002·u2002Human plays a dominant role in earthworm introduction and redistribution by transporting soil and plant material. Singh et al. (2016a) reported that epigeic species that live on the upper surface of soil are more prone to physical dispersal forces such as flooding and …

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  • Influence of different ions doping on the antibacterial ...

    2013-11-1u2002·u2002Fig. 2 displays the typical TEM images of pure MgO (a), Ti-doped MgO (b), Zn-doped MgO (c) and Li-doped MgO (d). Apparently, the doping of different ions into MgO matrix has different effects on the size and morphology of MgO particles. Ti-doped MgO has the smallest particle size (about 6 nm), and Li-doped MgO has the biggest size (20–60 nm), but Zn-doped MgO has a similar particle size with ...

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  • (PDF) The Effect of Earthworm Extract on Promoting Skin ...

    WHP displayed by the earthworm extract was 88.3 ± 2.9% on day 11, whereas 1.0% of PO showed 98.9 ± 0.3% for the same period [16]. Altogether, these results suggested that 1.0% of D. claparedii ...

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  • Future of antimicrobial peptides derived from plants in ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002The approach of synthesising peptides based on plant peptide sequences can be seen as a possible solution to this. Various studies have been successful in providing evidence for the inhibition of spoilage microorganisms with AMPs and, with future developments in peptide understanding, production and synthesis, the further reduction of food ...

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  • Metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial succession during ...

    2021-4-20u2002·u2002A culture-independent DNA metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial communities was carried out throughout a complete vermicomposting cycle of municipal solid waste material using the earthworm Eisenia fetida. 16S rRNA amplicons from the initial material (0 days), an intermediate (42 days), and a final stage (84 days) were sequenced in an Illumina NGS platform and compared.

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  • (PDF) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology

    2012) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology. Journal of Agricultural Technology 8(2): 405-415. Earthworms are essential detritus feeders that play a vital role in the process of decomposition of ...

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  • Antibacterial properties of human beta defensin-3 ...

    2018-8-6u2002·u2002Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is a major health concern. Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are a class of peptides that are efficient in killing most microbes yet development of resistance to AMPs is rare. However, complex secondary and tertiary structures and difficulties in isolating AMPs have limited their use as antibiotics. It has been demonstrated earlier that small peptides derived from ...

    Get Price
  • Earthworm (Eisenia fetida) Eco-physiological ...

    2017-1-14u2002·u2002A vermifilter (with earthworms, VF), with a conventional biofilter (no earthworms, BF) as a control, was established to examine the survival state and adaptability of earthworms in protein perspective. The VF behaved with a significantly higher organic matter decomposition and lower sludge yield due to the presence of earthworms. However, during the steady stage (12 months), the earthworm ...

    Get Price
  • Frontiers

    2013-7-3u2002·u2002Diabetic patients often have ulcers on their lower-limbs that are infected by multiple biofilm-forming genera of bacteria, and the elimination of the biofilm has proven highly successful in resolving such wounds in patients. To that end, antimicrobial peptides have shown potential as a new anti-biofilm approach. The single human cathelicidin peptide LL-37 has been shown to have antimicrobial ...

    Get Price
  • Earthworm Extracts Facilitate PC12 Cell Differentiation ...

    Earthworm, Eutyphoeus gammiei, homogenate (EGH) was screened for wound healing activity on human keratinocyte cell line, HaCat, by cell proliferation and migration assays.

    Get Price
  • Role of Earthworm in Sustainable Agriculture - ScienceDirect

    2018-1-1u2002·u2002Human plays a dominant role in earthworm introduction and redistribution by transporting soil and plant material. Singh et al. (2016a) reported that epigeic species that live on the upper surface of soil are more prone to physical dispersal forces such as flooding and …

    Get Price
  • Influence of different ions doping on the antibacterial ...

    2013-11-1u2002·u2002Fig. 2 displays the typical TEM images of pure MgO (a), Ti-doped MgO (b), Zn-doped MgO (c) and Li-doped MgO (d). Apparently, the doping of different ions into MgO matrix has different effects on the size and morphology of MgO particles. Ti-doped MgO has the smallest particle size (about 6 nm), and Li-doped MgO has the biggest size (20–60 nm), but Zn-doped MgO has a similar particle size with ...

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  • (PDF) The Effect of Earthworm Extract on Promoting Skin ...

    WHP displayed by the earthworm extract was 88.3 ± 2.9% on day 11, whereas 1.0% of PO showed 98.9 ± 0.3% for the same period [16]. Altogether, these results suggested that 1.0% of D. claparedii ...

    Get Price
  • Future of antimicrobial peptides derived from plants in ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002The approach of synthesising peptides based on plant peptide sequences can be seen as a possible solution to this. Various studies have been successful in providing evidence for the inhibition of spoilage microorganisms with AMPs and, with future developments in peptide understanding, production and synthesis, the further reduction of food ...

    Get Price
  • Metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial succession during ...

    2021-4-20u2002·u2002A culture-independent DNA metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial communities was carried out throughout a complete vermicomposting cycle of municipal solid waste material using the earthworm Eisenia fetida. 16S rRNA amplicons from the initial material (0 days), an intermediate (42 days), and a final stage (84 days) were sequenced in an Illumina NGS platform and compared.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology

    2012) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology. Journal of Agricultural Technology 8(2): 405-415. Earthworms are essential detritus feeders that play a vital role in the process of decomposition of ...

    Get Price
  • Antibacterial properties of human beta defensin-3 ...

    2018-8-6u2002·u2002Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is a major health concern. Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are a class of peptides that are efficient in killing most microbes yet development of resistance to AMPs is rare. However, complex secondary and tertiary structures and difficulties in isolating AMPs have limited their use as antibiotics. It has been demonstrated earlier that small peptides derived from ...

    Get Price
  • Earthworm (Eisenia fetida) Eco-physiological ...

    2017-1-14u2002·u2002A vermifilter (with earthworms, VF), with a conventional biofilter (no earthworms, BF) as a control, was established to examine the survival state and adaptability of earthworms in protein perspective. The VF behaved with a significantly higher organic matter decomposition and lower sludge yield due to the presence of earthworms. However, during the steady stage (12 months), the earthworm ...

    Get Price
  • Frontiers

    2013-7-3u2002·u2002Diabetic patients often have ulcers on their lower-limbs that are infected by multiple biofilm-forming genera of bacteria, and the elimination of the biofilm has proven highly successful in resolving such wounds in patients. To that end, antimicrobial peptides have shown potential as a new anti-biofilm approach. The single human cathelicidin peptide LL-37 has been shown to have antimicrobial ...

    Get Price
  • Earthworm Extracts Facilitate PC12 Cell Differentiation ...

    Earthworm, Eutyphoeus gammiei, homogenate (EGH) was screened for wound healing activity on human keratinocyte cell line, HaCat, by cell proliferation and migration assays.

    Get Price
  • Role of Earthworm in Sustainable Agriculture - ScienceDirect

    2018-1-1u2002·u2002Human plays a dominant role in earthworm introduction and redistribution by transporting soil and plant material. Singh et al. (2016a) reported that epigeic species that live on the upper surface of soil are more prone to physical dispersal forces such as flooding and wind than deep burrowing anecic species.

    Get Price
  • Influence of different ions doping on the antibacterial ...

    2013-11-1u2002·u2002Fig. 2 displays the typical TEM images of pure MgO (a), Ti-doped MgO (b), Zn-doped MgO (c) and Li-doped MgO (d). Apparently, the doping of different ions into MgO matrix has different effects on the size and morphology of MgO particles. Ti-doped MgO has the smallest particle size (about 6 nm), and Li-doped MgO has the biggest size (20–60 nm), but Zn-doped MgO has a similar particle size with ...

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  • (PDF) The Effect of Earthworm Extract on Promoting Skin ...

    WHP displayed by the earthworm extract was 88.3 ± 2.9% on day 11, whereas 1.0% of PO showed 98.9 ± 0.3% for the same period [16]. Altogether, these results suggested that 1.0% of D. claparedii ...

    Get Price
  • Future of antimicrobial peptides derived from plants in ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002The approach of synthesising peptides based on plant peptide sequences can be seen as a possible solution to this. Various studies have been successful in providing evidence for the inhibition of spoilage microorganisms with AMPs and, with future developments in peptide understanding, production and synthesis, the further reduction of food ...

    Get Price
  • Metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial succession during ...

    2021-4-20u2002·u2002A culture-independent DNA metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial communities was carried out throughout a complete vermicomposting cycle of municipal solid waste material using the earthworm Eisenia fetida. 16S rRNA amplicons from the initial material (0 days), an intermediate (42 days), and a final stage (84 days) were sequenced in an Illumina NGS platform and compared.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology

    2012) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology. Journal of Agricultural Technology 8(2): 405-415. Earthworms are essential detritus feeders that play a vital role in the process of decomposition of ...

    Get Price
  • Antibacterial properties of human beta defensin-3 ...

    2018-8-6u2002·u2002Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is a major health concern. Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are a class of peptides that are efficient in killing most microbes yet development of resistance to AMPs is rare. However, complex secondary and tertiary structures and difficulties in isolating AMPs have limited their use as antibiotics. It has been demonstrated earlier that small peptides derived from ...

    Get Price
  • Earthworm (Eisenia fetida) Eco-physiological ...

    2017-1-14u2002·u2002A vermifilter (with earthworms, VF), with a conventional biofilter (no earthworms, BF) as a control, was established to examine the survival state and adaptability of earthworms in protein perspective. The VF behaved with a significantly higher organic matter decomposition and lower sludge yield due to the presence of earthworms. However, during the steady stage (12 months), the earthworm ...

    Get Price
  • Frontiers

    2013-7-3u2002·u2002Diabetic patients often have ulcers on their lower-limbs that are infected by multiple biofilm-forming genera of bacteria, and the elimination of the biofilm has proven highly successful in resolving such wounds in patients. To that end, antimicrobial peptides have shown potential as a new anti-biofilm approach. The single human cathelicidin peptide LL-37 has been shown to have antimicrobial ...

    Get Price
  • Earthworm Extracts Facilitate PC12 Cell Differentiation ...

    Earthworm, Eutyphoeus gammiei, homogenate (EGH) was screened for wound healing activity on human keratinocyte cell line, HaCat, by cell proliferation and migration assays.

    Get Price
  • Role of Earthworm in Sustainable Agriculture - ScienceDirect

    2018-1-1u2002·u2002Human plays a dominant role in earthworm introduction and redistribution by transporting soil and plant material. Singh et al. (2016a) reported that epigeic species that live on the upper surface of soil are more prone to physical dispersal forces such as flooding and wind than deep burrowing anecic species.

    Get Price
  • Influence of different ions doping on the antibacterial ...

    2013-11-1u2002·u2002Fig. 2 displays the typical TEM images of pure MgO (a), Ti-doped MgO (b), Zn-doped MgO (c) and Li-doped MgO (d). Apparently, the doping of different ions into MgO matrix has different effects on the size and morphology of MgO particles. Ti-doped MgO has the smallest particle size (about 6 nm), and Li-doped MgO has the biggest size (20–60 nm), but Zn-doped MgO has a similar particle size with ...

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  • (PDF) The Effect of Earthworm Extract on Promoting Skin ...

    WHP displayed by the earthworm extract was 88.3 ± 2.9% on day 11, whereas 1.0% of PO showed 98.9 ± 0.3% for the same period [16]. Altogether, these results suggested that 1.0% of D. claparedii ...

    Get Price
  • Future of antimicrobial peptides derived from plants in ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002The approach of synthesising peptides based on plant peptide sequences can be seen as a possible solution to this. Various studies have been successful in providing evidence for the inhibition of spoilage microorganisms with AMPs and, with future developments in peptide understanding, production and synthesis, the further reduction of food ...

    Get Price
  • Metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial succession during ...

    2021-4-20u2002·u2002A culture-independent DNA metabarcoding analysis of the bacterial communities was carried out throughout a complete vermicomposting cycle of municipal solid waste material using the earthworm Eisenia fetida. 16S rRNA amplicons from the initial material (0 days), an intermediate (42 days), and a final stage (84 days) were sequenced in an Illumina NGS platform and compared.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology

    2012) Role of Earthworms in Vermitechnology. Journal of Agricultural Technology 8(2): 405-415. Earthworms are essential detritus feeders that play a vital role in the process of decomposition of ...

    Get Price
  • Antibacterial and Anticancer Activity and Untargeted ...

    2020-12-10u2002·u2002Protein complex from R. ornithinolytica has shown anticancer activity against HeLa cell line, human endometrioid ovarian cancer line (TOV 112D ATCC CRL-11731), and the human breast adenocarcinoma line (T47D ECACC 85102201) resulting in cytopathic effect and …

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  • Opatra Pro

    Pressotherapy: a treatment that promotes lymphatic drainage by using air pressure on different areas of the body, which provides multiple health benefits. Pressotherapy has shown to improve the circulatory system, increase the oxygen flow, stimulate the immune system, toning muscles, it can also help with digestive issues and aid in weight loss ...

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  • Heliotropium indicum L.: From Farm to a Source of ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002This study aimed to summarize the available data on the ethnomedicinal and phytopharmacological activities of Heliotropium indicum L. based on database reports. For this purpose, an up-to-date literature search was carried out in the Google Scholar, Scopus, Springer Link, Web of Science, ScienceDirect, ResearchGate, PubMed, Chem Spider, Elsevier, BioMed Central, and patent …

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  • Addressing Nanomaterial Immunosafety by Evaluating

    Innate immune cells across living species. SEM images of A) a hemocyte of the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis, B) a hemocyte of the earthworm Eisenia andrei, C) a phagocyte of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus, and D) a hemocyte of the woodlouse Porcellio scaber.E) TEM image of a human monocyte-derived dendritic cell (after in vitro differentiation for 6 days with GM-CSF and IL-4).

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  • Antibacterial and Anticancer Activity and Untargeted ...

    This study isolated and identified endophytic bacteria from the leaves of Crinum macowanii and investigated the potential of the bacterial endophyte extracts as antibacterial and anticancer agents and their subsequent secondary metabolites. Ethyl acetate extracts from the endophytes and the leaves (methanol: dichloromethane (1 : 1)) were used for antibacterial activity against selected ...

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  • Neem, Neem Capsules, Effective Herbal Remedy for Acne ...

    Neem or Azadirachta Indica is a large, evergreen tree and has strong health maintaining properties. Neem is used as a poultice in boils and as a very effective herbal remedy for acne. It is useful in high blood sugar, chronic skin problems like psoriasis, acne and eczema. Neem gives excellent results in chronic fevers and disorders of impure blood.

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  • Helminthes and insects: maladies or therapies

    2014-12-30u2002·u2002Medicinal leech therapy is an earliest skill that dates back to ancient Egypt. Leeches was one of the most common therapeutic for human illness in Greek, Greco-Roman, and Byzantine medicine (Whitaker et al. 2004).The popularity of the use of leeches reached the peak in the early nineteenth century in Europe (Eldor et al. 1996). Leeches are sanguivorous or blood-sucking annelid worms, …

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  • Products & Services

    Earthworm compost boosts soil fertility, improving both the biological and physicochemical properties of the organic material. Promotes faster growth of plants, increases crop yield. Produces crops with a better taste, and lasting quality, without toxic residues. Improves groundwater recharge and reduces depletion of …

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  • TopShop, Author at TopShop-EU.com

    Available for purchase in Spain, Italy and Portugal, the formula also aims to improve functioning of the heart, boost energy levels, reduce stress and inflammation and optimize overall health. The formula is highly recommended by medical professionals including Doctor Antonello Liuzzo who says that it is the perfect natural solution for ...

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  • INFORMATION ABOUT NUTRIENTS AND HERBS - USES,

    2021-8-2u2002·u2002Available from health food stores. GAMMA-ORYZANOL. As an ester of ferrulic acid, gamma oryzanol is an antioxidant within plant cells that is widely distributed in foods such as rice, wheat, barley, oats, vegetables, olives, tomatoes and citrus fruits. Found mainly in the bran part of grains, it promotes …

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