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Synonyms for caffein

a bitter alkaloid found in coffee and tea that is responsible for their stimulating effects


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The ED we used in our study did not change subfoveal CT despite the fact that it had caffein as a main ingredient.
These incubated cultures were added to a modified Duncan and Strong medium (proteose pepton 15.0 g, yeast extract 4.0 g, sodium thioglycolate 1.0 g, sodium phosphate 10.0 g, raffinose 4.0 g, 0.51 mM caffein 50.0 mL in 1 L of distilled water) to obtain 5% concentration of the culture and incubated in an anaerobic jar at 37[degrees]C for 48 h.
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We established TLC densitometric methods for the quantification of four bioactive compounds viz., vasicine, gallic acid, caffein and glycyrrhizin using HPTLC.
In Turkish postmenopausal women, the validated clinical risk factors were the following: being over the age of 50 or at the age of menopause along with BMI, height, duration of menopause, illiteracy, parity, anemia, sun exposure, including sunbathing and daily outdoor activities, a sedentary lifestyle, a history of fracture, duration of breastfeeding, dietary calcium intake, smoking history, tea and caffein intake, and the presence of chronic disease, chronic kidney disease, or type 2 diabetes.
The influence of caffein alkaloid on the quality and amount of sleep.