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Scholarly Open Access publisher (ISSN: 2574 -1241)
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Anti-Glycation and Glycation Reversing Potential of Fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum-Graecum) Seed Extract by WKSM Abeysekera in BJSTR
Abstract Aim: To evaluate the #anti-glycation and #glycation reversing potential of fenugreek seed extract. Methods: Freeze dried 70% ethanolic seed extract of fenugreek
was used in this study. Anti-lycation and glycation reversing potential
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studied i...
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Treatment Options for #CranialCruciate #Ligament Rupture In Dog - A Literature Review by Cornel Igna in BJSTR
Abstract #Cranialcruciateligament (CrCL) breaks in dogs can be treated by
surgical and non-surgical methods. Choice of the treatment method of
cranial cruciate ligament rupture in dog continues to be a real problem
for veterinarian clinicians. This topic ...
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Does #Inulin Ingestion Reduce Visceral Fat #Adiposity? Mini Review by Laila A AlBishi in BJSTR
Abstract Undoubtedly, obesity has become a global public health
problem particularly when looking at the obesity-related diseases.
Over the past 20 years, studies explored greatly the role of fat tissue
in obesity #pathogenesis suggesting that the functiona...
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An Innovative and Integrative Approach to Restorative #Therapy for Chronic #KidneyDiseases and Renal Failure: A Case Report by Pilant Ananchaipatana Auitragoon in BJSTR
Abstract #Chronickidneydiseases and renal failure debilitate a person’s
health and compromised individual’s performance to a great extent. Our
research centre reports a case presented with #renalfailure , of which
resumed normal functions after receiving ...
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CitH3: An Early Detection of #Sepsis Following #Hemorrhagic Shock? A View by Manoj Kumar in BJSTR
Abstract #Hemorrhagicshock (HS) induces inflammatory #cytokines leads
to susceptible to infection, #sepsis and multi-organ failure [1]. Sepsis
is remaining leading cause of death within intensive care unit after
trauma. Mortality rates are approximately ∼20...
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