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abbreviation for LOCUS SIGILLI.
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Purpose: In order to verify these encouraging results in humans, the absorption of a standardized Boswellia serrata extract (BE) and its lecithin formulation (CSP) was comparatively investigated in healthy volunteers.
The mean particle size of the 10% whey protein concentrate-5% oil- 0% lecithin emulsion decreased from 12.
The lecithin & phospholipids report analyzes the market, in terms of region, lecithin type, source, and application.
Almond Oil Herbaspheres (INCI name: Glycerin, water, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, hydrogenated lecithin, citric acid).
6% soybean lecithin caused higher sperm motility and plasma membrane integrity in cryopreserved boar sperm.
2011) reported that sperm motility and viability were better in soya lecithin based extender compared to milk, tris-citric egg yolk and egg yolk-citrate extender of buffalo sperms stored at 5oC.
The result showed that PPE in the complex had been completely dispersed in the lecithin matrix, not forming a new compound.
This approach arose from our discovery that soy lecithin, which is biodegradable in the marine environment, seemed to act as a chaperone and anchor for cellulosic antideposition agents to the oil/water interface.
Hazen's previous work, in which he found that a chemical byproduct called trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) is produced when intestinal bacteria digest the nutrient phosphatidylcholine, commonly known as lecithin.
The percentage of PS in lecithin is low, so lecithin alone will not provide therapeutic doses.
The company announced that investment in a new $10 million is also planned in the UAE for the production of lecithin, an oil by-product used in bakeries and animal feed.