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Pharmaceutical Research: Ultrasonication as a Potential Tool to Predict Solute Crystallization in Freeze-Concentrates

Type: Original PaperPurposeWe hypothesize that ultrasonication can accelerate solute crystallization in freeze-concentrates. Our objective is to demonstrate ultrasonication as a potential predictive t...

Scientists discover key player in molecular machinery controlling iron availability

(Medical Xpress)—Iron is critical for cellular health. Too little means the cell can't make essential proteins that require iron for their functions, but too much can be toxic.

Can the body have too much iron?

Many people are aware that low levels of iron in their body can lead anaemia, with symptoms such as fatigue. But few realise that too much iron can result in a potentially fatal condition.

Research and applications of iron oxide nanoparticles

From the mysteries of producing red colors in traditional Japanese Bizen stoneware to iron-oxidizing bacteria for lithium ion batteries, Professor Jun Takada is at the forefront of research on innovat...

Iron deficiency in children: Prevention tips for parents

Wonder if your child is getting enough iron? Get the facts about iron deficiency in children.

Shield To File ST10 Oral Iron-Deficiency Drug After Strong Phase III Data

Shield Therapeutics will use robust Phase III data for its oral iron-deficiency therapy ST10 to seek marketing approval in Europe in the second half of 2014 for iron-deficiency anemia in inflammatory...

The influences of factors associated with decreased iron supply to the fetus during pregnancy on iron status in healthy children aged 0.5 to 3 years

Taking iron improves women's exercise performance, study shows

Women who take iron supplements experience a marked improvement in their exercise performance, a new study shows. Iron supplementation improved women's exercise performance, in terms of both the highe...

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On the coupling of solvent characteristics to the electronic structure of solute molecules.

We present the results of a theoretical investigation focusing on the solvent structure surrounding the -1, 0 and +1 charged species of F, Cl, Br and I halogen atoms and F2, Cl2, Br2 and I2 di-halogen...

Stabilization of the water oxidizing polypeptide assembly on Photosystem II membranes by osmolytes and other solutes.

The integrity of Photosystem II membranes isolated from chloroplast thylakoids is profoundly affected by the solute environment. Examples are given for stabilizing effects various solutes have on the...

Combined therapy of iron chelator and antioxidant completely restores brain dysfunction induced by iron toxicity.

Excessive iron accumulation leads to iron toxicity in the brain; however the underlying mechanism is unclear. We investigated the effects of iron overload induced by high iron-diet consumption on brai...

Update on intravenous iron choices.

Iron deficiency is a major factor in the prevalence and severity of anemia in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). We review the pathophysiology impairing normal intestinal iron absorption in C...

Co-Administration of Silymarin and Deferoxamine against Kidney, Liver and Heart Iron Deposition in Male Iron Overload Rat Model.

Tissue iron deposition may disturb functions of the organs. In many diseases like thalassemia, the patients suffer from iron deposition in kidney and heart tissues. Deferoxamine (DF) is a synthetic ir...

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