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China Grape Seed Extract Industry Overview, 20172021 Prices from USD $1800

DescriptionGrape seed extract is a kind of refined nutrition food whose raw materials consist of active nutrients extracted from natural grape seed, vitamin E, etc. It can effectively remove redundant...

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Genomics breakthrough paves way for climate-tolerant wine grape varieties

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Downregulation of BnDA1 Improves Seed Weight and Organ Size in Oilseed Rape

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The impact of grape seed extract treatment on blood pressure changes: A meta-analysis of 16 randomized controlled trials.

Several clinical trials have shown that grape seed extract can reduce blood pressure, but the results are often irreproducible. We therefore sought to systematically evaluate the impact of grape seed ...

Grape seed and skin extract protects against bleomycin-induced oxidative stress in rat lung.

Lung fibrosis is a common side effect of the chemotherapeutic agent bleomycin and current evidence suggests that reactive oxygen species play a key role in the development of lung injury. We examined ...

Photocatalytic degradation of nitrophenol using biologically active Phyllanthus emblica seed extract.

The present study deals about the vicinity of phytochemicals present in the Phyllanthus emblica (P. emblica) seed extract. The bio-active compounds present in the methanolic seed extract have been ide...

Grape skin extract mitigates tissue degeneration, genotoxicity, and oxidative status in multiple organs of rats exposed to cadmium.

The aim of this study was to investigate whether grape skin extract can mitigate the noxious activities induced by cadmium exposure in multiple organs of rats. For this purpose, histopathological anal...

Defining Conditions for Optimal Inhibition of Food Intake in Rats by a Grape-Seed Derived Proanthocyanidin Extract.

Food intake depends on homeostatic and non-homeostatic factors. In order to use grape seed proanthocyanidins (GSPE) as food intake limiting agents, it is important to define the key characteristics of...

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