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bioactivity

[‚bī·ō·ak′tiv·əd·ē]
(biology)
The effect that a substance has on a living organism or tissue after interaction.
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Minerals and Older Adults Bioactive foods and nutrients: Role on inflammation and arthritis in athletes
Food scientists and engineers describe innovative processing methods for food with bioactive components.
5 August 2016 - Chicago, Illinois-based specialty chemistry company Hallstar has acquired Montpellier, France-based bioactive ingredient supplier Oleos, the company said.
The market for bioactive ingredients is projected to experience a growth rate of 7.
The product of this plan has applications in medical fields after the preparation and after passing the complementary in vitro tests as drug carrying scaffold and bioactive agents to grow bone cell and to cure the injured bone tissues.
Bioactive peptides, now obtained mainly from milk products, not only provide nutrition, but also have a medicine-like effect in treating or preventing certain diseases.
based company has launched Vitoss Bioactive Foam-2X Bone Graft Substitute (Vitoss BA2X), a nonstructural bone void filler for use in the pelvis, extremities and posterolateral spine.
Bioactive foods and extracts; cancer treatment and prevention.
This highly bioactive material can be used as scaffold in tissue Engineering and as a bone substitutes for the broken and damaged parts of the natural bone.
The study of bioactive peptides involves the identification of new species, the synthesis of structural analogs, and diverse applications in biology and medicine.
With the goal of discovering effective bioactive ingredients suitable for food use, Kraft Foods, Northfield, IL, and Medisyn Technologies, Inc.