Posts tagged "Amino Acids"

Over Eating Food Supplements add to Body Weight

The citizens of the information age are well informed about the health as the detailed information is pouring in from across the nook and the corners of the globe. At a time when the obesity and overweight is turning to be a global pandemic, advices related to nutritious diet and physical activities are on rise through the traditional media like TV and newspapers and digital media, the Internet. “Although the expert nutritionists and the vitamin D deficiencydieticians are roped in for this purpose, the readers and followers still need to very cautious in taking them on their face value”, warn the scientists.  Irrespective of the geographical region we are living in, vitamin deficiency is order of the day today. Despite abundant Sun light, even the tropical countries of the world are experiencing vitamin D deficiency. Food supplements in the form of protein bars, and pills to bridge this gap. As long as the protein bars are consumed well within the limits, there is no harm. Researchers are warning that although protein bars helpful, health snacks are potentially accumulated fats equal to hamburgers. Health snacks are not free from preservatives like artificial colors, sweeteners, thickeners, oils and fats which can contribute to high cholesterol, despite the muscle benefits a person may gain, Fenton explained. A detailed study on 50 popular health snacks revealed the presence of protein, carbohydrate, fats and sugar, which may add weight to the body.  Despite the contribution in the form of proteins health snacks are lacking in amino acids, the necessary ingredients for the healthy body and mind. AS per the nutritionists, daily intake of 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight is enough and in an average, a healthy man needs 56 grams and woman needs 46 grams per day.

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Posted by Sciences Blog - 27/12/2017 at 10:05

Categories: Nutrition & Food Sciences, OMICS   Tags: , , ,

Paper Chromatography-Rf Value

Paper chromatography is a scientific system strategy for splitting and recognizing mixtures that are or could be colored, specifically colors. This can in addition be utilized as a part of auxiliary or essential shades in ink tests. Read more…

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Posted by Jacee - 01/02/2013 at 02:02

Categories: Bio Mol & Bio Chemistry, Chemistry, Chromatography&Separation   Tags: , ,

Hydrogen-Stimulated Carbon Catabolism in Enteric Pathogens

H2-oxidizing nickel-containing hydrogenases allow enteric and other pathogens to use H2 within host tissues, and aids pathogens survival within macrophages.Among the genes up-expressed by exposure of Salmonella entericaserovartyphimurium to H2—a byproduct of intestinal commensal metabolism, Read more…

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Posted by Stephen - 23/01/2013 at 03:14

Categories: Bacteriology & Parasitology, Biology, Microbiology   Tags: , ,

Chemical Bonds Oxidation: Ease with New Enzymes

The daily chemistry can’t be supposed without the support of the active catalysts and also not without the one tailored enzymes. Enzyme engineering or chemical modifications have been following directed evolution strategy to some existing grounds. Read more…

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Posted by Daisy Lee - 29/11/2012 at 06:42

Categories: Bio Mol & Bio Chemistry, Chemistry, Enzyme Engineering   Tags: ,

Industrial Applications of Enzymes

Enzymes are globular proteins composed of amino acids and responsible of chemical inter conversions in biological cells. Industrial applications of enzymes are widely spreading and allows to novel methods in various technologies in paper, biofuel industries. Read more…

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Posted by James V - 19/11/2012 at 00:50

Categories: Medical, Medical Sciences 1, Virology & Antiviral Research   Tags: , ,

Would we ever Decipher all Secrets of Life from DNA?

Ever since the declaration of the completion of Human Genome Project in 2001 with 3 billion letters in our DNA, it has been speculated that we could be soon understanding our secrets of life from the analysis of Genomes-Genes-Proteins-amino acids, Read more…

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Posted by Alan Burns - 19/11/2012 at 00:41

Categories: Biology, Data Mining Geno & Proteo, Genomics and Proteomics   Tags: ,

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