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sensitivity to and endurance of pharmacological substances on aging of theorganism.
V. V. Frolkis
Translation of article from Farmakologiya i toksikologiya (Moscow), 165 28(5), pp 612-616.
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We investigated the biologically active substances contained in RVA (regrowth velvet antler) by comparing the composition of biologically active substances and antioxidant potential of different antler segments.
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of Food Science and Technology,University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Food Industry Complex,Lincoln, NEUSA. A new method for analyzing a living being chemical compositions is tested in Andean plants and attest the genesis of species by means of geographic isolation. Scientific article published August.First Evaluation of the Biologically Active Substances and Antioxidant Potential of Regrowth Velvet Antler by means of Multiple Biochemical Assays YujiaoTang, 1,2,3 Byong-TaeJeon, 1,2 YanmeiWang, 3 Eun-JuChoi, 4 Pyo-JamPark, 2,5 Hye-JinSeong, 1,2.
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