Instead, depression relief comes from one of the drug's breakdown products
, a study in mice suggests.
Broccoli florets and young seedlings are rich sources of glucoraphanin and its breakdown product
sulforaphane, which helps protect mammals against cancer.
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive breakdown product
of uranium that can dissolve and accumulate in groundwater.
Some researchers have also reportedly developed a test to detect if a woman's immune system is sensitive to silica, a constituent of silicone breast implants and reportedly a breakdown product
of silicone gel.
DDE, the first stable breakdown product
of DDT, occurred in 100 percent of the samples, with an average level of 4.
In clinical cases of severe lupus, people with high levels of Factor B products in their blood responded poorly to treatment as compared to people with low blood levels of this breakdown product
During the press conference, no mention was made of styrene's potential carcinogenicity, nor was there any mention of a relationship between polystyrene and BPA, although one of the researchers did cite BPA as a potential breakdown product
of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic.
75% decrease in dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE), a breakdown product
of DDT, and a 1.
Researchers identified a DNA variant more common in women with lower levels of a particular oestrogen breakdown product
Furthermore, the potential contamination of ground water by 1,3-dichloropropene, its toxic breakdown product
, namely (EZ)-3-chloroacrylic acid, and the 11 unidentified manufacturing impurities were not adequately addressed.
The research focused on the complex relationship between amyloid precursor protein (APP) and its breakdown product
amyloid, along with the zinc and iron.
Although it is probable that hydrogen cyanide was generated in the chemical reaction and was present in the gas cloud, cyanide has not been shown to be a breakdown product
of MIC in human or animal systems.
They have been asked to provide urine samples before and after working one shift to measure the levels of cotinine - a metabolic breakdown product
The pesticide DDT and its breakdown product
DDE gained notoriety 30 years ago in North America when they were blamed for collapsed eggshells that led to population crashes in birds like bald eagles, brown pelicans and peregrine falcons.
In a widely discussed, widely embraced and widely derided study, Mary Wolff of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine concluded that women with high blood serum levels of DDE, a metabolic breakdown product
of DDT, showed a quadrupled rate of breast cancer.