Antibacterial and Antiviral Effects of Milk Proteins and Derivatives Thereof
- PROPIEDADES DEL PROP�LEO COMO ADITIVO NATURAL FUNCIONAL EN LA NUTRICI�N ANIMAL. Carlos Mu�oz Rodr�guez, Luis; Eduardo Linares Villalba, Sergio; Narv�ez Solarte, William // Biosalud;jul-dic2011, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p101
Propolis is a waxy resin of a complex composition and a viscose consistency, that used in animal feeding, favors weight increase and muscle mass gain, by stimulation of food intake. In goats it stimulates production of total solid, fat and milk proteins. It also shows beneficial results in...
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Reports on the demand on antibacterial products in the United States according to Susan Small-Weil, consumer behavior psychologist with The Seiden Group, a New York City advertising and consulting firm. Outfitting of children's toys with antibacterial protection; Estimate percentage of...
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Focuses on the need to use antibacterials in the home. Comments made by Stuart Levy, medical doctor and director of the Center for Adaptation Genetics and Drug Resistance at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston; Impact of antibacterials on weak bacteria; Information on antibacterial...
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Focuses on antibacterial cloth that contains no chemical. Effectiveness against germs on contact; Features; Contact information.
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Reports on the multibillion-dollar germ-busting industry in the United States in 1997. Hyperhygienic Americans and microbial soaps and lotions; Consumers purchasing germ-busting products out of fear; Number of people made sick by hand- and airborne bacteria annually; Number of new so-called...
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Reports on Antimicrobial Research Center's development of treatments to fight multi-drug resistant strains of tuberculosis and malaria focusing on computer-assisted design and monoclonal antibodies.
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Quinolones are a very important family of antibacterial agents that are widely prescribed for the treatment of infections in humans. Although the founding members of this drug class had little clinical impact, successive generations include the most active and broad spectrum oral antibacterials...
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A vast array of fluoroquinolones having excellent broad-spectrum activity form an invaluable part of the present anti-infective armory of the clinicians. A number of these compounds are todays blockbusters of the antibacterial market due to their therapeutic efficacy having tolerable side...