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Ch 6 Part 2

Hydrogenated oils can have partial or complete hydrogenation. Partial moves one of the hydrogens to the opposite side of the carbons and complete hydrogenation adds new hydrogen atoms. 752 more words

Nutrition 210

Cholesterol and Regulation of Liver Synthetic Pathways

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator

Chief Scientific Officer, Leaders in Pharmaceutical Intelligence

Cholesterol and Regulation of Liver Synthetic Pathways

SREBPs: activators of the complete program of cholesterol and fatty acid synthesis in the liver… 4,813 more words

Origins Of Cardiovascular Disease

High Cholesterol

Do you still have high cholesterol even though you are being treated with cholesterol-lowering medication? If so, we may have a study for you. Contact… 12 more words


Phytosterols, Blood Fat and Blood Pressure

Does phytosterol consumption reduce postprandial serum triglycerides and blood pressure?

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We are recruiting male and female individuals between the ages… 199 more words


Why this one Biotech stock is up 130% during the Ebola scare

Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation (NASDAQ: TKMR) is riding high on the Ebola scare, up nearly 130% in 3 months. The company has published a series of peer reviewed articles showing the effectiveness of their experimental therapy in non-human primates. 165 more words


Is Poor Oral Bioavailability on Your Mind?

By Jasmine Musakhanian

As a pharmaceutical scientist, chances are, you have already looked into a number of enabling technologies that may help improve the delivery of that difficult drug candidate. 412 more words

Current Perspectives

Ch 6: Fats pt. 1

Lipids are organic substances that are insoluble in water. They are found in our body and in foods as fatty acids (FA), Triglycerides (TG), Phospholipids (PL), Sterols and fat-soluble vitamins. 1,319 more words

Nutrition 210