All of the participants in the BENEFIC
trial underwent brain PET scanning for both glucose and ketone uptake.
deceit is met in family; using it, its members can overcome the complexities of daily life, and the children's education knows the benefic
Tacrolimus and pimecrolimus are representative for the topical calcineurin inhibitors, and they have benefic
effects compared to the standard therapy.
Therefore, the BFT technology in aquaculture can be environmentally benefic
by producing cleaner effluents, especially less ammonia.
Extended photoperiod has a benefic
impact on growth rate and differential gene expression compared to those reared under natural photoperiod.
The general concept of trans fatty acids refers to a nonbeneficial effects on human health with blood lipid effects, inhibition of hepatic enzymes, challenge on fluidity of cell membrane, and arteriogenic potential, with exception of the endogenous precursor of CLA, the CLA and its isomers which have benefic
effects related to immunoestimulating, antimutagenesis, and antioxidant activities (Ip, 1997).
Among physiological parameters with a benefic
potential in endurance sports performance, the maximum oxygen consumption (V[O.
The systemic method proved a benefic
role in the therapeutic management of the post-hospital phase for patients with alcohol dependence when associated with standard therapy.
Changes in the approach would also be benefic
for companies that want to extend to developing economies.
On the other side, the industry's calculated efficiency index suggest that the tourism generates benefic
effects, more at a socio-economic level (employment), than purely at an economic level (added value, GDP).
Nevertheless, amino acids may act as precursors of a class of compounds, named bioactive amines, which are not so benefic
to wine quality.
Due to the complexity of its composition, benefic
reactions and some possible adverse effects, propolis provides a wide and challenging field for research and for the understanding of its effects.