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  • Frontiers

    Sheep and goats are valuable livestock species that have been raised for their production of meat, milk, fiber, and other by-products. Due to their suitable size, short gestation period, and abundant secretion of milk, sheep and goats have become important model animals in agricultural, pharmaceutical, and biomedical research. Genome engineering has been widely applied to sheep and goat research.

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  • Milk Proteins—Their Biological Activities and Use in ...

    2021-5-28 · Sheep milk is rich in casein in comparison to goat and bovine milk; its content, equal to 4.6 g/L, is almost twice as high as in goat's and cow's milk (2.5 g/L and 2.7–2.8 g/L, respectively) (Table 2). Therefore, colostrum from each of the mentioned species could be used as a raw material supplying proteins, especially those with ...

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  • Green Chemistry Program Nomination Table

    2021-8-25 · This table contains information on each unique technology nominated for the Green Chemistry Challenge from 1996 through 2019. Although EPA has received 1,766 nominations during this period, only 912 unique technologies are represented here because sponsors may nominate a technology more than once.

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  • eCFR :: 16 CFR Part 1500 -- Hazardous Substances and ...

    However, the Commission will allow manufacturers and labelers of substances and products subject to those requirements to rely on properly conducted tests using the Tagliabue open-cup method which was in effect prior to the issuance of § 1500.43a (as published at 38 FR 27012, September 27, 1973, and set forth below), and the defintions of the ...

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  • Chemistry and Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and …

    This chapter summarizes the state of knowledge about the chemistry and toxicology of cigarette smoke and provides data relevant to the evaluations and conclusions presented in the disease-specific chapters of this report. The literature reviewed in this chapter is limited to manufactured cigarettes and does not include publications on handmade ('roll your own') cigarettes or other products ...

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  • Embryo technologies in the horse - ScienceDirect

    2003-1-1 · The use of embryo transfer and the development of embryo technologies for the horse have increased steadily over the past two decades. The techniques of embryo collection and transfer were developed in the late 1970s, and, today, the collection and transfer of fresh and cooled embryos are permitted in most breeds.

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    2021-3-25 · The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America was founded in 1820; the British ... including those obtained from the plant cells tissue culture, crude complexes of biologically active substances from plants, products obtained by extraction, distillation, fermentation or using other methods for processing of raw plant materials, and used for ...

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  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

    The conference was held by Voronezh State Agrarian University named after Emperor Peter the Great in Voronezh on October 17-18, 2019. APaF-2019 is a scientific forum for researchers and students to exchange ideas in the field of agroengineering, melioration and rural areas management.

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  • Biocompatible devices with foam scaffolds - Neurotech S.A.

    As used herein, 'a biologically active molecule' is a molecule which may exert its biological activity within the cell in which it is made (e.g., bcl-2 to prevent apoptosis) or it may be expressed on the cell surface and affect the cell's interactions with other cells or biologically active molecules (e.g., a neurotransmitter receptor or cell ...

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  • Frontiers

    Sheep and goats are valuable livestock species that have been raised for their production of meat, milk, fiber, and other by-products. Due to their suitable size, short gestation period, and abundant secretion of milk, sheep and goats have become important model animals in agricultural, pharmaceutical, and biomedical research. Genome engineering has been widely applied to sheep and goat research.

    Get Price
  • Milk Proteins—Their Biological Activities and Use in ...

    2021-5-28 · Sheep milk is rich in casein in comparison to goat and bovine milk; its content, equal to 4.6 g/L, is almost twice as high as in goat's and cow's milk (2.5 g/L and 2.7–2.8 g/L, respectively) (Table 2). Therefore, colostrum from each of the mentioned species could be used as a raw material supplying proteins, especially those with ...

    Get Price
  • Green Chemistry Program Nomination Table

    2021-8-25 · This table contains information on each unique technology nominated for the Green Chemistry Challenge from 1996 through 2019. Although EPA has received 1,766 nominations during this period, only 912 unique technologies are represented here because sponsors may nominate a …

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  • eCFR :: 16 CFR Part 1500 -- Hazardous Substances and ...

    However, the Commission will allow manufacturers and labelers of substances and products subject to those requirements to rely on properly conducted tests using the Tagliabue open-cup method which was in effect prior to the issuance of § 1500.43a (as published at 38 FR 27012, September 27, 1973, and set forth below), and the defintions of the ...

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  • Chemistry and Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and …

    This chapter summarizes the state of knowledge about the chemistry and toxicology of cigarette smoke and provides data relevant to the evaluations and conclusions presented in the disease-specific chapters of this report. The literature reviewed in this chapter is limited to manufactured cigarettes and does not include publications on handmade ('roll your own') cigarettes or other products ...

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  • Embryo technologies in the horse - ScienceDirect

    2003-1-1 · The use of embryo transfer and the development of embryo technologies for the horse have increased steadily over the past two decades. The techniques of embryo collection and transfer were developed in the late 1970s, and, today, the collection and transfer of fresh and cooled embryos are permitted in most breeds.

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  • Medicinal plants from the 14th edition of the Russian ...

    2021-3-25 · The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America was founded in 1820; the British ... including those obtained from the plant cells tissue culture, crude complexes of biologically active substances from plants, products obtained by extraction, distillation, fermentation or using other methods for processing of raw plant materials, and used for ...

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  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

    The conference was held by Voronezh State Agrarian University named after Emperor Peter the Great in Voronezh on October 17-18, 2019. APaF-2019 is a scientific forum for researchers and students to exchange ideas in the field of agroengineering, melioration and rural areas management.

    Get Price
  • Biocompatible devices with foam scaffolds - Neurotech S.A.

    As used herein, 'a biologically active molecule' is a molecule which may exert its biological activity within the cell in which it is made (e.g., bcl-2 to prevent apoptosis) or it may be expressed on the cell surface and affect the cell's interactions with other cells or biologically active molecules (e.g., a neurotransmitter receptor or cell ...

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  • Dr. Nieper's Revolution in Technology, Medicine and Society

    2010-4-19 · In the United States in 1980, 35 of my MS patients in Toledo, Ohio were queried: 34 improved, one patient did not. In the southeast United States, 20 out of 22 were reported improved. Incidentally, a vegetarian diet is also effective in MS, since we know today the benefit of such a diet lies in its photon activity, also called 'Kirlian ...

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  • Frontiers

    Sheep and goats are valuable livestock species that have been raised for their production of meat, milk, fiber, and other by-products. Due to their suitable size, short gestation period, and abundant secretion of milk, sheep and goats have become important model animals in agricultural, pharmaceutical, and biomedical research. Genome engineering has been widely applied to sheep and goat research.

    Get Price
  • Milk Proteins—Their Biological Activities and Use in ...

    2021-5-28 · Sheep milk is rich in casein in comparison to goat and bovine milk; its content, equal to 4.6 g/L, is almost twice as high as in goat's and cow's milk (2.5 g/L and 2.7–2.8 g/L, respectively) (Table 2). Therefore, colostrum from each of the mentioned species could be used as a raw material supplying proteins, especially those with ...

    Get Price
  • Green Chemistry Program Nomination Table

    2021-8-25 · This table contains information on each unique technology nominated for the Green Chemistry Challenge from 1996 through 2019. Although EPA has received 1,766 nominations during this period, only 912 unique technologies are represented here because sponsors may nominate a technology more than once.

    Get Price
  • eCFR :: 16 CFR Part 1500 -- Hazardous Substances and ...

    However, the Commission will allow manufacturers and labelers of substances and products subject to those requirements to rely on properly conducted tests using the Tagliabue open-cup method which was in effect prior to the issuance of § 1500.43a (as published at 38 FR 27012, September 27, 1973, and set forth below), and the defintions of the ...

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  • Chemistry and Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and …

    This chapter summarizes the state of knowledge about the chemistry and toxicology of cigarette smoke and provides data relevant to the evaluations and conclusions presented in the disease-specific chapters of this report. The literature reviewed in this chapter is limited to manufactured cigarettes and does not include publications on handmade ('roll your own') cigarettes or other products ...

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  • Embryo technologies in the horse - ScienceDirect

    2003-1-1 · The use of embryo transfer and the development of embryo technologies for the horse have increased steadily over the past two decades. The techniques of embryo collection and transfer were developed in the late 1970s, and, today, the collection and transfer of fresh and cooled embryos are permitted in most breeds.

    Get Price
  • Medicinal plants from the 14th edition of the Russian ...

    2021-3-25 · The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America was founded in 1820; the British ... including those obtained from the plant cells tissue culture, crude complexes of biologically active substances from plants, products obtained by extraction, distillation, fermentation or using other methods for processing of raw plant materials, and used for ...

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  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

    The conference was held by Voronezh State Agrarian University named after Emperor Peter the Great in Voronezh on October 17-18, 2019. APaF-2019 is a scientific forum for researchers and students to exchange ideas in the field of agroengineering, melioration and rural areas management.

    Get Price
  • Biocompatible devices with foam scaffolds - Neurotech S.A.

    As used herein, 'a biologically active molecule' is a molecule which may exert its biological activity within the cell in which it is made (e.g., bcl-2 to prevent apoptosis) or it may be expressed on the cell surface and affect the cell's interactions with other cells or biologically active molecules (e.g., a neurotransmitter receptor or cell ...

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  • Dr. Nieper's Revolution in Technology, Medicine and Society

    2010-4-19 · In the United States in 1980, 35 of my MS patients in Toledo, Ohio were queried: 34 improved, one patient did not. In the southeast United States, 20 out of 22 were reported improved. Incidentally, a vegetarian diet is also effective in MS, since we know today the benefit of such a diet lies in its photon activity, also called 'Kirlian ...

    Get Price
  • Frontiers

    Sheep and goats are valuable livestock species that have been raised for their production of meat, milk, fiber, and other by-products. Due to their suitable size, short gestation period, and abundant secretion of milk, sheep and goats have become important model animals in agricultural, pharmaceutical, and biomedical research. Genome engineering has been widely applied to sheep and goat research.

    Get Price
  • Milk Proteins—Their Biological Activities and Use in ...

    2021-5-28 · Sheep milk is rich in casein in comparison to goat and bovine milk; its content, equal to 4.6 g/L, is almost twice as high as in goat's and cow's milk (2.5 g/L and 2.7–2.8 g/L, respectively) (Table 2). Therefore, colostrum from each of the mentioned species could be used as a raw material supplying proteins, especially those with ...

    Get Price
  • Green Chemistry Program Nomination Table

    2021-8-25 · This table contains information on each unique technology nominated for the Green Chemistry Challenge from 1996 through 2019. Although EPA has received 1,766 nominations during this period, only 912 unique technologies are represented here because sponsors may nominate a …

    Get Price
  • eCFR :: 16 CFR Part 1500 -- Hazardous Substances and ...

    However, the Commission will allow manufacturers and labelers of substances and products subject to those requirements to rely on properly conducted tests using the Tagliabue open-cup method which was in effect prior to the issuance of § 1500.43a (as published at 38 FR 27012, September 27, 1973, and set forth below), and the defintions of the ...

    Get Price
  • Chemistry and Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and …

    This chapter summarizes the state of knowledge about the chemistry and toxicology of cigarette smoke and provides data relevant to the evaluations and conclusions presented in the disease-specific chapters of this report. The literature reviewed in this chapter is limited to manufactured cigarettes and does not include publications on handmade ('roll your own') cigarettes or other products ...

    Get Price
  • Embryo technologies in the horse - ScienceDirect

    2003-1-1 · The use of embryo transfer and the development of embryo technologies for the horse have increased steadily over the past two decades. The techniques of embryo collection and transfer were developed in the late 1970s, and, today, the collection and transfer of fresh and cooled embryos are permitted in most breeds.

    Get Price
  • Medicinal plants from the 14th edition of the Russian ...

    2021-3-25 · The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America was founded in 1820; the British ... including those obtained from the plant cells tissue culture, crude complexes of biologically active substances from plants, products obtained by extraction, distillation, fermentation or using other methods for processing of raw plant materials, and used for ...

    Get Price
  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

    The conference was held by Voronezh State Agrarian University named after Emperor Peter the Great in Voronezh on October 17-18, 2019. APaF-2019 is a scientific forum for researchers and students to exchange ideas in the field of agroengineering, melioration and rural areas management.

    Get Price
  • Biocompatible devices with foam scaffolds - Neurotech S.A.

    As used herein, 'a biologically active molecule' is a molecule which may exert its biological activity within the cell in which it is made (e.g., bcl-2 to prevent apoptosis) or it may be expressed on the cell surface and affect the cell's interactions with other cells or biologically active molecules (e.g., a neurotransmitter receptor or cell ...

    Get Price
  • Dr. Nieper's Revolution in Technology, Medicine and Society

    2010-4-19 · In the United States in 1980, 35 of my MS patients in Toledo, Ohio were queried: 34 improved, one patient did not. In the southeast United States, 20 out of 22 were reported improved. Incidentally, a vegetarian diet is also effective in MS, since we know today the benefit of such a diet lies in its photon activity, also called 'Kirlian ...

    Get Price
  • Frontiers

    Sheep and goats are valuable livestock species that have been raised for their production of meat, milk, fiber, and other by-products. Due to their suitable size, short gestation period, and abundant secretion of milk, sheep and goats have become important model animals in agricultural, pharmaceutical, and biomedical research. Genome engineering has been widely applied to sheep and goat research.

    Get Price
  • Milk Proteins—Their Biological Activities and Use in ...

    2021-5-28 · Sheep milk is rich in casein in comparison to goat and bovine milk; its content, equal to 4.6 g/L, is almost twice as high as in goat's and cow's milk (2.5 g/L and 2.7–2.8 g/L, respectively) (Table 2). Therefore, colostrum from each of the mentioned species could be used as a raw material supplying proteins, especially those with ...

    Get Price
  • Green Chemistry Program Nomination Table

    2021-8-25 · This table contains information on each unique technology nominated for the Green Chemistry Challenge from 1996 through 2019. Although EPA has received 1,766 nominations during this period, only 912 unique technologies are represented here because sponsors may nominate a …

    Get Price
  • eCFR :: 16 CFR Part 1500 -- Hazardous Substances and ...

    However, the Commission will allow manufacturers and labelers of substances and products subject to those requirements to rely on properly conducted tests using the Tagliabue open-cup method which was in effect prior to the issuance of § 1500.43a (as published at 38 FR 27012, September 27, 1973, and set forth below), and the defintions of the ...

    Get Price
  • Chemistry and Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and …

    This chapter summarizes the state of knowledge about the chemistry and toxicology of cigarette smoke and provides data relevant to the evaluations and conclusions presented in the disease-specific chapters of this report. The literature reviewed in this chapter is limited to manufactured cigarettes and does not include publications on handmade ('roll your own') cigarettes or other products ...

    Get Price
  • Embryo technologies in the horse - ScienceDirect

    2003-1-1 · The use of embryo transfer and the development of embryo technologies for the horse have increased steadily over the past two decades. The techniques of embryo collection and transfer were developed in the late 1970s, and, today, the collection and transfer of fresh and cooled embryos are permitted in most breeds.

    Get Price
  • Medicinal plants from the 14th edition of the Russian ...

    2021-3-25 · The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America was founded in 1820; the British ... including those obtained from the plant cells tissue culture, crude complexes of biologically active substances from plants, products obtained by extraction, distillation, fermentation or using other methods for processing of raw plant materials, and used for ...

    Get Price
  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

    The conference was held by Voronezh State Agrarian University named after Emperor Peter the Great in Voronezh on October 17-18, 2019. APaF-2019 is a scientific forum for researchers and students to exchange ideas in the field of agroengineering, melioration and rural areas management.

    Get Price
  • Biocompatible devices with foam scaffolds - Neurotech S.A.

    As used herein, 'a biologically active molecule' is a molecule which may exert its biological activity within the cell in which it is made (e.g., bcl-2 to prevent apoptosis) or it may be expressed on the cell surface and affect the cell's interactions with other cells or biologically active molecules (e.g., a neurotransmitter receptor or cell ...

    Get Price
  • Dr. Nieper's Revolution in Technology, Medicine and Society

    2010-4-19 · In the United States in 1980, 35 of my MS patients in Toledo, Ohio were queried: 34 improved, one patient did not. In the southeast United States, 20 out of 22 were reported improved. Incidentally, a vegetarian diet is also effective in MS, since we know today the benefit of such a diet lies in its photon activity, also called 'Kirlian ...

    Get Price