bioactivity

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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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The Thrive Adaptogenics products were previously known as Tahitian Noni Bioactive Beverages, but with two new additions - the Thrive Adaptogenics Max and Max Concentrate.
Scientists at the Norwegian Food Research Institute are attempting to understand how certain components involved in food production influence the behavior of bioactive constituents and their potential for imparting health benefits.
Tahitian Noni International (soon to be Morinda Bioactives in April) is a global, research-driven bioactive products company that was the first to introduce the health benefits of the noni plant--a bioactive-rich, adaptogenic plant, containing iridoid compounds--to the world outside of Tahiti.
There is a worldwide demand for real, scientifically validated, bioactive solutions to today's health concerns.
Commonly used antimicrobial dressings include silver-coated dressings that contain bioactive silver ions and dressings that contain cadexomer iodine to prevent bacterial growth in tissues and promote faster healing.
Chapters in part one deal with the materials and mechanical properties of bioactive glass, examining topics such as surface modification and cell interaction.
TechNavio's report, the Bioactive Wound Care Market in the US 2012-2016 has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
PROVO, Utah -- Tahitian Noni International (TNI), the worldwide leader in the sales of noni products, and bioactive beverages, announced in a Global Kickoff Event that they will be accelerating the pace of innovation and greatly expanding their business focus in 2012.
Tahitian Noni International is a global, research-driven bioactive products company that was the first to introduce the health benefits of the noni plant--a bioactive-rich, adaptogenic plant, containing iridoid compounds--to the world outside of Tahiti.
BCC began tracking the bioactive materials market in 2006.
These ingredients work synergistically to improve the natural efficacy of the bioactive peptides.
At the first general session, an entire new line of topical bioactive age intervention products will be introduced to conference attendees.