Chrolophylle

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Post by Delian » Thu Oct 27, 2005 7:02 am

Hey guys I was woundering has there ever been a resurch on chlorophylle as na antioxidant? Have you heard of it? And if yes what came out? Another thing has someone done resurch on cells in a simple way? I mean I don't have a well enough equipted lab and need a simple way to study how different chemicales work on the yeast cell. If anyone has done such a thing then it would be of great help to me if he told me. Thanks
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Post by iri_black » Thu Oct 27, 2005 9:05 am

I know about some studies about the antioxidant properties of chlorophyll. I think chlorophyll (in a form of derivates so that it would be water soluble) is already being used in the farmaceutical industry.
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