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Glycon

(glī`kən), fl. c.3d cent. A.D., Athenian sculptor and copyist. He executed the Farnese Hercules after the original by Lysippos.
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In addition, there is a group of glycon signals: [[delta].sub.c] 101.3, 77.1, 76.7, 73.5, 69.8, and 60.8.
El oraculo de Alejandro en Abonuteico (19) se mostro particularmente activo en los anos de la peste, pues sin duda fueron muchos las per sonas que le consultaban al dios-serpiente Glycon (es decir, al profeta Alejandro) sobre la forma de evitar esta enfermedad mortal (20).
One would like more clarity on whether or not sources acutally term someone a "hero" (Harmodius/Aristogeiton 23, Timoleon 31, Xanthippos 32, Aratus 33, Philopoemen 34, Glycon 82).
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There is some evidence that flavonoids in their glycon form seem to be more inhibitory effect on rotavirus infectivity than flavonoids in their aglycon form (120).
Sovak and his colleagues conducted a pilot study in humans comparing high-purity, pharmaceutical-grade resveratrol to resveratrol glycon, the natural form of resveratrol extracted from the Polygonum plant.
Glycon. Epigram 124, Book 10, in The Greek Anthology.
In the second half of the 2nd century AD this Alexander announced he was the prophet of a new god, the serpent Glycon, who was the child of the healer god Asclepius.
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Some ginsenosides are glucose-formed (glycon) and stimulate cell growth.
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Cynics could threaten the status quo, though there is no reason to think that Peregrinus, or Alexander of Abonuteichos with his snake god, Glycon, were much of a menace.