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Husbanding this miserable supply, they dried the flesh, and for three days subsisted upon the nutriment extracted from the bones.
I will just get the shot extracted, and bring you up to-night a quarter of the buck for the Christmas dinner.
Polyphenols were extracted using methanol, ethanol and water, and were separated by solid-phase extraction to produce powdered total phenolic and whole seed extracts.
Just as a cup of tea is no longer just the water, the extracting solvent is transformed into something that contains materials extracted from the source botanical--the extract.
Origanox[TM] WS-T is extracted from the plant using only water, without the use of any chemical solvents.
The antioxidant synergism between components extracted from leaves of green tea and endogenous alpha tocopherol in the oxidative damage of red blood cells was observed.
This information can be extracted manually, or an Excel tool can reach into the code and nimbly extract and reshape just what it needs.
Most lycopene extracted for nutritional supplements is not pure enough for scientists, he explains.
RNA samples were extracted and purified from 150-[micro]L lysates of primary cells and four passage cells and used as templates for RT-PCR analysis to determine the presence of TSV.
1990): Briefly, powdered barks were extracted (40 g per 300 ml) two times with ethanol-water (80:20, v/v) for 1h at room temperature, under magnetic stirring.
PFM currently sells Navelbine (Vinorelbine tartrate) originally extracted from periwinkle as a plant alkaloid.