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ascorbic

[əˈskɔːbɪk] ADJ ascorbic acidácido m ascórbico
ASCOT
Ascot o Royal Ascot es una competición de carreras de caballos que dura cuatro días y se celebra en junio en el hipódromo de Ascot, cerca del castillo de Windsor, en el sur de Inglaterra. Es uno de los acontecimientos más importantes en el calendario hípico británico, y también lo es a nivel social, pues a él acuden miembros de la realeza y la clase alta británica. La familia real hace acto de presencia en carruajes, y sigue las carreras desde una zona reservada llamada Royal Enclosure. Se considera un gran honor ser invitado a ella y los invitados han de observar estrictas normas de etiqueta. En el día conocido como Ladies Day (el Día de las Damas), es tradicional que las mujeres vayan a las carreras luciendo sombreros y vestidos espectaculares.
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According to the researchers, when ascorbic acid is added to the cement structure as a trigger to osteoblasts, the obtained material may be able to persuade bone creation properties.
There was no significant difference in the vitamin and trace element concentrations between male and female greater flamingos, but there was a statistically significant difference between greater flamingos and lesser flamingos for ascorbic acid, copper, and selenium.
Abstract Objective To compare the efficacy of topical 4% liquiritin alone with combination of topical 4% liquiritin and topical 5% ascorbic acid for the treatment of melasma.
Minocycline, but not ascorbic acid, increases motor activity and extends the life span of drosophila melanogaster.
Objective: The present study was conducted to measure the oxidative stress and hepatotoxicity in lead intoxicated sprague dawley rats with and without supplementation of ascorbic acid.
In this present study we aimed to evaluate the protective effect of ascorbic acid on the cerebellum of adult Wistar rats following oral administration of Lead acetate.
Does the administration of intravenous ascorbic acid increase the hemoglobin concentration in patients on hemodialysis?
Not satisfied with this position, Allan Smith's family rallied, and despite reluctance by the hospital authorities, insisted that he be administered high dose intravenous ascorbic acid (vitamin C).
Scientific evidence attributes a major role to ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in the development of life on the planet Earth.
In the present study, it is proposed to analyse the relative levels of a few enzymes belonging to the hydrolytic class namely, catalase, peroxidase and ascorbic acid peroxidase in different grains growing in the same spikelet and to assess whether they are variable amongst the differentially participating grains or not.
Only the deliberate addition of ascorbic acid is able to prevent the formation of ATA in wines prone to it.
For those of us on the supply side who have lived It, keeping ascorbic acid injection (AAI) available to physicians has been a roller-coaster of events ever since 1998.