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I read back in my life and saw how the accessibility of alcohol had given me the taste for it.
Charness' work shows that it's possible to use other alcohols to deter ethanol's effects on L1-driven cell adhesion--at least in the test tube.
The issue is potentially close at hand: West studies the effects of alcohol on a baby's developing brain.
But recent findings indicate that alcohol doesn't have a single threshold as it acts on different biochemical pathways and different parts of the brain.
This world scale plant enables Sasol to have the most extensive portfolio of alcohols in the world.
Sasol's chief executive Pieter Cox says: "I view with great satisfaction the completion of our new alcohols plant.
While alcohols eems to dampen nursing behavior, a hint of garlic may help whet a baby's appetite.
But a second study by the same researchers shows that babies drink less breast milk when it's got a touch of alcohol.
Oleochemicals, comprised of materials produced by the splitting of oils and gas and by other processes such as fractionation, hydrogenation and interesterification, traditionally include both fatty alcohols and fatty amines in the range of basic oleochemicals, although they are primarily derivatives of fatty acid methyl esters and of fatty acids.
The market for fatty alcohols, classified as detergent range and plasticizer range alcohols, was estimated to have been worth $709 million in 1993 and Frost & Sullivan expect this sector to rise to reach $794 million by the end of the study period in 1999.
This differential activity is not seen with depressant drugs other than alcohols, and it is not seen in the hippocampus, the other brain area examined.
But the mechanisms underlying alcohol's effects have been elusive, and no overall brain change has been observed that can explain all the striking effects of low doses of alcohol.