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pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements have risen. In this context, up to 17-fold and 13-fold differences in hypericin and pseudohypericin amounts, respectively, are reported in several Hypericum -derived commercial products ( Murthy et al., 2014 ). The first

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Acta Botanica Hungarica
Authors: E. Milinki, Sz. Molnár, A. Kiss, D. Virág, and E. Pénzes-Kónya

40 42 Rodriguez-Garcia, I. and Guil-Guerrero, J. L. (2008): Evaluation of the antioxidant activity of three microalgal species for use as dietary supplements and in the

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Liu, F. F., Ang, C. Y. W., Heinze, T. M., Rankin, J. D., Beger, R. D., Freeman, J. P. and Lay, J. O. Jr. (2000): Evaluation of major active components in St. John’s wort dietary supplements by high-performance liquid chromatography with photodiode

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Yeh, Y. Y., Whitelock, K. A., Yeh, S. M., Lien, E. L. (1999) Dietary supplementation with arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids has no effect on pulmonary surfactant in artificially reared infant rats. Lipids 34 , 483

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.jep.2012.02.042 OÉTI ( 2013 ): Plants not recommended in use in dietary supplements. (Étrend-kiegészítokben alkalmazásra nem javasolt növények, in Hungarian) . – http://www.oeti.hu/download/negativlista. pdf (accessed

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and apigenin on hemostasis in healthy volunteers: results from an in vitro and a dietary supplement study . Am. J. Clinic. Nutr. 2 , 255 – 262 . 10. Jayanthi , P

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Eszter Laczkó-Zöld, Andrea Komlósi, Timea Ülkei, Erzsébet Fogarasi, Mircea Croitoru, Ibolya Fülöp, Erzsébet Domokos, Ruxandra Ştefănescu, and Erzsébet Varga

for the determination of antioxidant capacity and phenolics in foods and dietary supplements . J. Agric. Food Chem. 53 , 4290 – 4302 . 24. Re , R. , Pellegrini , N

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administration . ActaBiol. Hung. 62 , 133 – 141 . 44. Takenaka , M. , Kanada , S. , Hamazaki , T. , Watanabe , S. ( 2005 ) Dietary supplementation with n-3 polyunsaturated

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): Evaluation of marine microalga Nannochloropsis sp. as a potential dietary supplement. Chemical, nutritional, and short term toxicological evaluation in rats. Nutr. Res. , 12 , 1273–1284. Lutz M

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field has yet to be elucidated in more detail, the studies that have been already done set the bases for novel developments and open the door for the use of AMP inducers as dietary supplements to treat infections and other human diseases including skin

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