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Dr. Gu’s Work Featured on Science Daily and News & Observer. When curcumin was given to experimental animals before the induction of colitis, there was reduced NFkB activation and less visible damage to the colon.39 This effect was accompanied by reduced activity of several enzymes involved in inflammation in the gut.

Ginger extracts exert anti-inflammatory activity and stimulate cancer cell death by inhibiting NFkB.90-92 Ginger reduces expression of the key inflammatory enzymes COX-1 and COX-2.93 Topical application of ginger extract inhibits skin inflammation in a mouse model92 by inhibiting NFkB.91 A ginger extract was shown to enhance tumor cell death and down-regulate production of tumor invasion factors by preventing activation of NFkB.90.science daily

It is likely that TF-X will be more expensive than a normal car” due to the higher costs of the enabling light-weight materials, but with investment in automotive scale production, early studies indicate that it is possible that the final price point could be on-par with very high-end luxury cars of today.

Delayed vs. immediate coronary stenting (October 20, 2011) – Medical researchers have published an article on the timing of coronary stenting, a thought-provoking paper that challenges one of the dogmas of acute heart attack management today… > full story.

The anti-infective capacity of Stratatech’s genetically-engineered tissue, which is being developed and commercialized by the company as ExpressGraft Enhance skin substitute through a worldwide exclusive license from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, or WARF, is produced by genetically engineering the elevated expression of a naturally-occurring antimicrobial host defense peptide called hCAP-18/LL-37.science dailyscience daily