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Tips to successfully comply with the Biocidal Product Regulation
 
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Interview with Sylvie Lemoine from the International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products (A.I.S.E.). Ms. Lemoine shares best practice with companies on how to successfully comply with the Biocidal Product Regulation (BPR).
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When a small amount of the detergent SDS is dissolved in water...
 
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BCH 4024: Dr. Long Lecture 17-18 Review - Exam 2
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Congress, Obama find accord on regulation of household chemicals
 
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President Obama reached a rare agreement with Congress on a new law to regulate toxic household chemicals. The legislation, signed Wednesday, will give the EPA the authority to vet and ban tens of thousands of substances potentially harmful to humans, including chemicals in detergents, cleaners and furniture. Gwen Ifill learns more from political director Lisa Desjardins.
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How to use detergent with my Pressure Washer | Kärcher UK
 
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Detergents - Pressure Washers For more information about our range of detergents visit: https://www.kaercher.com/uk/home-garden/cleaning-and-care-agents.html 1. Remove the black and grey cap from your Plug ‘n’ Clean detergent bottle 2. Insert detergent bottle upside down into the top of the machine 3. Ensure the mix setting is selected on the lance Subscribe to our channel here: www.youtube.com/user/KarcherUK
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Chemical Check Product Registrations
 
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Product Registrations for Chemical Mixtures, Detergents, Biocides and Cosmetic Products Do you distribute Europe-wide? Your products should be marketable in Europe / EEC states? For this, according to Article 45 of the CLP Regulation, a registration in the EU states will be necessary. Chemical Check GmbH registers accountably for you!
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Japan's Pollution Experience: Bringing Water Back to Life Part 4 of 4
 
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Many developing countries in Asia face challenges in providing clean drinking water and safe sanitation to all their people. Japan experienced similar situation when it rushed into economic development four decades ago. Untreated discharges from factories and homes polluted the rivers and lakes became so contaminated that even mosquito could not survive. The Minamata Disease and other illnesses caused by polluted water were major topics in the 1960s and 1970s, which raised awareness among the people and companies. Stricter regulation and penalties on industrial waste water discharges forced Japanese industry to treat and purify waste water. These also spurred development of water disposal technologies. Meanwhile, households started using soap instead of chemical detergents. This originated in the Biwa Lake area, Japan's largest lake, to prevent the lake from eutrophication. Both people and factories learned that controlling pollution at the sources is the best way of cleaning water. Freshwater fish slowly returned to the Tama river in the Tokyo Metropolitan area. But there are still problems like eutrophication of lakes, which shows how hard it is to restore aquatic ecosystems once polluted.
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Produits biodégradables dans les détergents
 
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Définition de produits biodégradables et leurs propriétés, dans la fabrication de produits de nettoyage professionnels.
portable filling head pneumatic liquid detergent fill machine semi automatic lotion filler 手持式氣動膏灌裝機
 
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Cream&liquid filling machine semi automatic for low viscosity liquid with handheld portable filling nozzles model YX-LC03 Water based solvent fully pneumatic semi automatic horizontal liquid lotion cream filler equipment shampoo filling machine fully pneumatic semi automatic horizontal liquid lotion cream filler equipment Equipment Introduction for handheld filling nozzles horizontal self suction filling machine model YX-LC03 This series filling machine is foreign advanced filling machine technology transformation and innovative products, its structure is simple and reasonable precision, easy to operate, user-friendly design more in line with the requirements of the modern enterprise. Widely used in pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food, pesticides and special industries, is a high-viscosity fluid, paste quantitative filling the ideal equipment. Device Features of pneumatic filling machine semi automatic for shampoo/liquid detergent The series filling machine structure is reasonable, model compact, reliable, accurate, easy to operate, the pneumatic part adopts power structure of Germany FESTO and Taiwan AIRTAC, SHAKO other aerodynamic components. Material contact parts are made of 316L stainless steel material, meet the GMP certification requirements. According to user needs within the scope of any regulation models filling volume and filling speed, high filling accuracy. Filling head adopts anti-leakage and lifting filling device. The main impetus for aircraft gas source, customers must bring their own air compressor equipment. Basic parameter of model YX-LC03 portable filling head pneumatic liquid detergent filling machine semi automatic lotion filler 手持式氣動膏灌裝機: Model YX-LC03 Voltage supply 220/110V 50-60Hz Power 10W Filling accuracy ≤ ± 0.5% Filling speed 10-40bottles / min Equipped with air pressure 0.4-0 .6 MPa With gas consumption ≥ 0.1m3/min Machine Weight 40KG Machine size 1150x420x380mm For more information about the various machines filling packing equipments like model YX-LC03 portable filling head pneumatic liquid detergent filling machine semi automatic lotion filler 手持式氣動膏灌裝機 from our superb cosmetic machinery factory,plz browse our another website business video http://youtube.com/user/mrjackdu007 as well as follow PENGLAI INDUSTRIAL CORP business website http://penglaichina.com
KARCHER PREMIUM FULL CONTROL PLUS K5 145BAR PRESSURE WASHER 2.1KW  Screwfix
 
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Screwfix - Wheeled Karcher K5 Premium Full Control Plus pressure washer with 3-in-1 multijet lance that can be adjusted between vario lance, dirt blaster and detergent application. The pressure for each setting is easy to regulate with a simple touch-control trigger gun. Supplied with hose reel and on-board storage for all tools. 2.1kW Water-Cooled Motor 500Ltr/hr Max. Flow Rate High Pressure Hose with Quick Connect Auto Stop / Start Full Control Nozzle Water Inlet Filter On-Board Accessory Storage http://www.screwfix.com/p/karcher-premium-full-control-plus-k5-145bar-pressure-washer-2-1kw-240v/7966t
Views: 34393 Screwfix
Three Tier Regulation
 
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The three tier system is an important part of alcohol distribution. For more information visit the abd.iowa.gov website.
How To Control Oily Skin • Regulate Sebum Production FOR GOOD!!!
 
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Drying out your skin would cause more oil production. Let's manage the oil in a smarter way! 🌴🌴🌴 JOIN THE PALM PALM FAM💘 http://bit.ly/subscribetoliah 야자수팸 조인하기! 구독하기 꾹 🌴🌴🌴 ------- C O N N E C T ------- Instagram → http://www.instagram.com/aboutliahyoo Twitter → http://twitter.com/aboutliahyoo Snapchat → @aboutliahyoo Email → [email protected] ------- M O R E B I T E S ? ------- 01. Causes of Acne ➥ https://youtu.be/MYmyfwFgsbc 02. How to get rid of acnes NATURALLY ➥ https://youtu.be/GmBlKvSfoXk 03. S.O.S Skincare Routine for Acne ➥ https://youtu.be/aeG7mdMsj0s 04. Foods to Avoid and Eat to get rid of Acne ➥ https://youtu.be/qpbZTkhlQyA 05. Skincare that worsens acne (Why Your Acne Routine Never Works) ➥ https://youtu.be/YT2aNZvsV3w 06. CLEAR ACNE WITH OIL! ➥ https://youtu.be/YbeXTdG7_9g 07. How To Get Rid of Acne Scars & Hyperpigmentation ➥ https://youtu.be/vbLIXG2d2Bg 08. Easy Skincare Routine Guide for Acne Prone Skin ➥ https://youtu.be/ghbEeH10E4o 09. Best Sunscreens for Acne Prone Skin ➥ https://youtu.be/z60Z5_S6Lss 10. Best Moisturizers for Acne Prone Skin ➥ https://youtu.be/eOsCaScFiLk 11. Minimal Skincare Routine For Acne Prone Skin ➥ https://youtu.be/CxEq-UyCXAM ------- M U S I C ------- Joey Pecoraro - Warm https://soundcloud.com/joeypecoraro/warm San Holo - The Future (ft. James Vincent McMorrow) https://soundcloud.com/bitbirdofficial/thefuture ------- D I S C L A I M E R ------- This video is made in partnership with AMOREPACIFIC. All content ideas and words are my own. Thanks for supporting the sponsors that allow me to create new and special content like this! :) Please note that I'm not a doctor or qualified cosmetic chemist. I do my best to quote credible sources, but medical research is complex and I can't guarantee the information on this channel is error-free. So feel free to do your own research according to your skin & health concern. I always welcome feedbacks to correct any misleading information. So please take this as entertainment and not as medical information. I am not qualified to diagnose or provide professional advice regarding your skin concerns. I will do my best in educating the basics of skincare and to empower you to customize your regime and lifestyle according to your dermatological condition. Some of the product links above include affiliate links. Using the affiliate links helps to support my work. So if you've found the information on my channel useful, this is a small way to support it. :) Thank you for your support! Love, Liah x 🌴
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10 - Detergents
 
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License and Registration required for Manufacturing Units
 
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hair gel liquid detergent shampoo filling machines pneumatic filler flüssige Füllmaschine
 
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Model YX-LC01 hair gel liquid detergent shampoo filling machines pneumatic semi automatic filler equipment flüssige Füllmaschine halbautomatisch designed and manufactured by our engineer team in cosmetic&food&pharma making and packaging machinery is widely used in the daily chemical industry like hair gel liquid detergent shampoo filling machines pneumatic semi automatic filler equipment flüssige Füllmaschine halbautomatisch and such like.We as a famous manufacturer moreover can design and produce the packaging machine according to the special requirements from customers. single head horizontal pneumatic liquid filling machine automatic filling machine Filling Machine,single nozzle filler Equipment Introduction This series filling machine is foreign advanced filling machine technology transformation and innovative products, its structure is simple and reasonable precision, easy to operate, user-friendly design more in line with the requirements of the modern enterprise. Widely used in pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food, pesticides and special industries, is a high-viscosity fluid, paste quantitative filling the ideal equipment. Device Features of pneumatic filling machine semi automatic for shampoo/liquid detergent The series filling machine structure is reasonable, model compact, reliable, accurate, easy to operate, the pneumatic part adopts power structure of Germany FESTO and Taiwan AIRTAC, SHAKO other aerodynamic components. Material contact parts are made of 316L stainless steel material, meet the GMP certification requirements. According to user needs within the scope of any regulation models filling volume and filling speed, high filling accuracy. Filling head adopts anti-leakage and lifting filling device. The main impetus for aircraft gas source, customers must bring their own air compressor equipment. Technical Parameters of shampoo filling machines fully pneumatic: Model YX-LC01 Voltage supply 220/110V 50-60Hz Power 10W Filling accuracy ≤ ± 0.5% Filling speed 10-40bottles / min Equipped with air pressure 0.4-0 .6 MPa With gas consumption ≥ 0.1m3/min Machine Weight 40KG Machine size 1150x420x380mm Our Factory since 1992 has been manufacturing the cosmetic&food making and packaging machinery.In these field we have the experience rich enough to solve the questions encountered by our customers from both home and abroad.For more information about various high quality machinery like hair gel liquid detergent shampoo filling machines pneumatic semi automatic filler equipment flüssige Füllmaschine halbautomatisch,please email via [email protected] or browse our website http://penglaichina.com. Follow us on twitter:http://www.twitter.com/jackdu007 Like us on facebook:http://www.facebook.com/jackdu999 Skype us by :turnanewleaf Call us via:0086-15811882441
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How does my Full Control Plus Pressure Washer display work? | Kärcher UK
 
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Full Control Plus - Pressure Washer For more information visit: https://www.kaercher.com/uk/home-garden/pressure-washers/k-7-premium-full-control-plus-home-13171360.html 1. For the pressure cleaning mode push the +/- buttons to either increase or decrease the amount of pressure being created by the machine 2. The display will change to show you which level you have selected 3. When in detergent mode, push the +/- buttons to control the amount of detergent being released by the machine 4. The amount of detergent being released will be indicated by the small black circles on the display screen Subscribe to our channel here: www.youtube.com/user/KarcherUK
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Automatic blow molding machine APF-6004 for PET bottles 0.2-2.0l, 6000 bph
 
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The innovative blow molder APF-6004 (6000 bph, 0.2-2.0l bottles) http://pet-eu.com/pages/en/apf_6004_model.html is widely used by mineral water and soft drinks, juices and vegetable oils, milk and dairy products, detergents producers to get high quality bottle at low cost. PET bottle has become a part and parcel of liquid products manufactures marketing strategy. The demand for unique bottles with exclusive design and guaranteed output is increasing. To satisfy this need the blower has been equipped with: - unique patented mold closing system without analogs in the world permits to reduce time cycle for bottle formation and thus guarantee machine high speed performance. - preform intensive heating system with IR reflector lamps rating 1000 and 2000W; - 8 temperature regulation zones with option of independent deactivation to produce asymmetric packaging with original shape - minimum changeover time for another mold; - innovation air cooling system provides uniform temperature penetration through the preform body - servo drives implementation - the machine is equipped with air recovery system with reuse of compressed air from high pressure system into low pressure line to save up to 25% on compressor equipment investments - compact and space saving design - easy integration in automatic filling line - CE and HACCP approval http://pet-eu.com/pages/en/blow_equipment.html
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Regulation of growth by the mTOR pathway
 
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Regulation of growth by the mTOR pathway Air date: Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 3:00:00 PM Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series The mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR), the target of the immunosuppressive drug rapamycin, is the central component of a nutrient- and hormone-sensitive signaling pathway that regulates cell growth and proliferation. This pathway becomes deregulated in many human cancers and plays an important role in the control of metabolism and aging. Sabatini's lab has identified two distinct mTOR-containing proteins complexes, one of which regulates growth through S6K and another that regulates cell survival through Akt. These complexes, mTORC1 and mTORC2, define both rapamycin-sensitive and insensitive branches of the mTOR pathway. New results on the regulation and functions of the mTORC1 and mTORC2 pathways will be discussed. Author: David M. Sabatini, M.D., Ph.D., MIT Runtime: 00:59:04 Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?17962
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FLOOR SCRUBBER CTM MIZAR EVO
 
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Designed for the maintenance and deep cleaning of large areas (up to 1.700 m²). Especially suitable for cleaning: car shops, sales points, gym, health care. User friendly control panel. Automatic brush lifting. Fully accessible recovery water tank with visual inspection. Automatic detergent measuring system. Big size traction wheels. Handle with control lever. User friendly analogic control panel. Control lever for brush operation and detergent water outflow. ON/OFF and battery cutout key switch, brush and vacuum motor switch, detergent regulation device. Thermal circuit breaker to protect vacuum motor and brush motor, battery charge level indicator. Hour meter, clean water tank level indicator. Detergent regulation device. Recovery tank drain hose with adjustable flow system. Automatic brush lifting. Automatic detergent dosing system. Fully accessible recovery water tank with visual inspection.
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fully automatic Small Bottles liquid Filling capping Machine Máquina de llenado tapado
 
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fully automatic Small Bottles liquid Filling capping Machine,ie Máquina de llenado tapado in spanish, for pharma plus cosmetics industry The filling capping machine is used for Mitsubishi frequency motor control , easy, stable and reliable operation The machine is suitable for various specifications of bottles. Regulation bound is wide; it can be foundation the cover the pathway magnitude and bottom level, adjustable screw machines in the framework of any regulation Frequency capping round speed motor control, conveyor belt clip bottle. Electronic governor motor control shelters, and conveyor belt speed of pitch, use screw-cap regulation may be the best point. Screw-cap, the cap will not skid, broken bottles of body will not nap, compared with claw-type screw machine, the work efficiency many times. Adopt stainless pump in common use, or ceramic pump in special use to fill high precision, large range of adjusting dosage. Ceramic pump installation system does not adsorption drug Chemical stability is good. Resistance high temperature, corrosion and wear Low level liquid tank, it is convenient to clean. Filling system has the function of shrinking, no drop leak. Apply filling all kinds of viscosity of liquid. Filling nozzle is diving bottle to the machine, Economical and low space possessing. Magnetic moment capping system, adjust, agree of tightness freely The whole machine is designed according to requirements of GMP For more information about the various products like oral liquid filling packing machine from our superb cosmetic machinery factory,plz browse our another website business video http://youtube.com/user/mrjackdu007 as well as follow our business blogger http://www.cosmeticsmachinery.blogspot.com .welcome you also to send us email [email protected]
Update on Chinese cosmetic regulation and its potential impacts
 
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Video taken at in-cosmetics Asia – http://www.in-cosmeticsasia.com Since 2015, the Chinese cosmetic regulatory environment has changed a lot: the revision of Cosmetic Safety and Technical Standards, the issuing of Cosmetic Safety Assessment Guidance, the adjustment on the new plant ingredient registration and the latest progress on the umbrella law reform. Join us as Tommy Kong, General Manager of the Cosmetic Division in the REACH24H Consulting Group discusses these changes. This session will provide an overview of China’s cosmetic regulatory system and the recent regulatory changes as well as the impacts on imported cosmetic products and ingredients. in-cosmetics Asia is the leading exhibition and conference in Asia Pacific for personal care ingredients – takes place in Bangkok, Thailand in October/November and is focused on personal care raw materials and manufacturing – more info at http://www.in-cosmeticsasia.com Speaker is Tommy Kong, General Manager at ChemLinked, more info at www.chemlinked.com
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laundry chemical shop/ Jamal soap center /noorani chouk malegaon   (hindi)
 
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SEVA DRY CLEANER Radheshyambhavsar630 @gmail. Com 1)https://youtu.be/_adShsMxJmY 2)https://youtu.be/65RthbNu15Y
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Trona (sodium sesquicarbonate) PE PCF "Polymer"
 
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We offer you the innovation chemical product – synthetic crystalline trona (sodium sesquicarbonate Na2CO3+NaHCO3+2H2O). Trona is the alternative phosphate component in washing powder and detergents. Sodium sesquicarbonate has advantages compare with phosphates: - safe for health; - safe for environment. Throne has such property: a) stable chemical composition compare with soda bicarbonate mixture; b) has lower alkalinity than soda ash; c) soluble in water without emitting heat; d) easy to dose; e) it is easier to rinse than phosphates and zeolites; f) soluble in cold water; g) good mixing with granulated ingredients. One of the main advantage of Trona - it does not cause allergic reactions and skin irritation. Sesquicarbonate can be used for: • non-phosphate washing powder and detergents manufacturing; • water softening; • cosmetical tools; • treatment of urban and industrial water; • additive in animal feed; • Ph regulation in swimming pools; • cleaning of acid gases.
Environment and Regulation III   -   Nancy Mroczek PhD
 
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Dr Mroczek returns with another lecture about the massively deleterious environment we are living in and discussing some of the many ills that plague it and we, the people: ills such as pesticided and artificially preserved foods, detergents we use, plastics per their manufacture and ill effects on us all the way to the recycling bin, industrial solvents, etc, etc. She notes the increasing number of children born with disease and/or abnomalities and the plethora of health ailments such as cancer and neurological disorder plaguing the general population. Dr Mroczek emphasizes awareness as the key. That is, if we all saw these things, took note of them as we live our daily lives, the contaminations and travesties against natural living would cease to exist. Dr Mroczek discusses the media as our brain source, the media as empty platitudes, and corporations as liable for perpetrating ignorance for purposes of furthering commerce. She notes recent instances of corporations delivering advance conditionings favorable to products they see as coming in for criticism. Again, she emphasizes greater personal awareness and attention to what is harming us and Mother Earth. She proposes getting in advance of recycling by ceasing to use materials that are not good for people or the Earth in the first place. Dr Mroczek espouses considering the entire complex of the many many things we are doing that hurt our health and welfare as well as that of Mother Earth and espouses laying out the many many problems in totality across the board such that no one entity must take a hit in isolation. To right the ship we must live an entirely different way. Finally she makes clear that technology is neither the boon nor the answer and most often is ‘just another brick in the wall’.
#36 Biochemistry Cholesterol in the Body Lecture for Kevin Ahern's BB 451/551
 
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1. Contact me at [email protected] / Friend me on Facebook (kevin.g.ahern) 2. Download my free biochemistry book at http://biochem.science.oregonstate.edu/biochemistry-free-and-easy 3. Take my free iTunes U course at https://itunes.apple.com/us/course/biochemistry/id556410409 4. Check out my free book for pre-meds at http://biochem.science.oregonstate.edu/biochemistry-free-and-easy 5. Course video channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/oharow/videos?view=1 6. Check out all of my free workshops at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlnFrNM93wqyTiCLZKehU1Tp8rNmnOWYB&feature=view_all 7. Check out my Metabolic Melodies at http://www.davincipress.com/metabmelodies.html 8. Take my courses for credit (wherever you live) via OSU's ecampus. For details, see http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/soc/ecatalog/ecourselist.htm?termcode=all&subject=BB 9. Course materials at http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/bb451 Highlights Steroid Metabolism / Fat Transport 1. The liver senses the body's need for lipids via LDL receptors. If lipids are needed, VLDLs are packaged by the liver and released. These get degraded by lipases and other enzymes to IDLs and LDLs. LDLs are taken up by cells when needed. If the liver LDL receptor cannot detect LDLs in the blood, it continues to release more lipids in lipoprotein complexes. 2. LDL receptors are a leading cause of high blood cholesterol. Other factors to consider include dietary cholesterol, cholesterol synthesis rate, and efficiency of recycling cholesterol. Statins inhibit HMG-CoA Reductase. 3. LDLs are referred to as "bad" cholesterol, because they are associated with formation of atherosclerotic plaques. 4. HDLs are referred to as "good cholesterol", because they are associated with reducing levels of cholesterol. HDLs are reduced in smokers, but are increased in response to exercise. 5. LDLs can lead to formation of atherosclerotic plaques. These arise due to oxidative damage of unsaturated fatty acids in the LDL by reactive oxygen species. The immune system attacks these damaged LDLs. 6. Factors increasing LDLs include smoking, obesity, and saturated fat in the diet. 7. High levels of HDLs correlate with reduced incidences of atherosclerosis. Factors increasing HDLs include exercise and factors decreasing them include obesity and smoking. 8. SREBP (Steroid response element binding protein) is a protein that plays a role in controlling whether or not HMG-CoA reductase is made. When cholesterol is abundant, SREBP is found in the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum linked to SCAP through the regulatory (REG) region of SREBP. When cholesterol is abundant, SCAP-SREBP-A is held in the endoplasmic reticulum's membrane by a protein called INSIG 9. When cholesterol levels in the cell fall, the SCAP/SREBA complex loses its connection to INSIG and moves to the Golgi Complex where serine protease cleaves SREBP-A to release SREBP-B. SREBP-B migrates in the membrane to a metalloprotease, which clips the DNA binding region to free SREBP-C from the membrane-bound portion. The SREBP-C enters the nucleus and binds to the promoter region in front of the HMG-CoA Reductase, causing HMG-CoA Reductase to be synthesized. 10. HMG-CoA reductase can be broken down when cholesterol is abundant. Another INSIG carries an enzyme to ubiquitinylate the HMG-CoA reductase. Ubiquitin is a "flag" to the cell to digest it with a protease. 11. Phosphorylation of HMG-CoA reductase is also regulated by feedback inhibition and phosphorylation. Thus, HMG-CoA reductase can be regulated in multiple ways - synthesis, degradation, phosphorylation, allosterism. 12. Cholesterol is a precursor of the bile acids. Two examples include glycocholate and taurocholate. 13. Cholesterol is a precursor of the steroid hormones - all derived from pregnenolone and include Androgens (male sex hormones), Estrogens (female sex hormones), Mineralocorticoids (regulation Na/K and blood pressure), Glucocorticoids (fat/protein degradation & swelling/inflammation), and Progestagens (maintenance of pregnancy) . 14. Conversion of androgens to estrogens requires action of the aromatase enzyme. Some tumors are stimulated by estrogens, such as estradiol. Inhibition of them by aromatase inhibitors is a strategy of some chemotherapies. 15. Vitamin D is derived from cholesterol. A reaction converting 7-dehydrocholesterol to Previtamin D3 requires ultraviolet light. Conversion of Previtamin D3 to Vitamin D3 occurs spontaneously. Fatty Acid Oxidation 1. Breakdown of fats occurs by action of enzymes known as lipases. 2. Fatty acid oxidation and fatty acid synthesis are almost identically the chemical reverse of each other.
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Economics - Class 10 - Consumer Protection
 
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eSense TOPClass - Class 10 - Economics - Chapter 4 - Consumer Protection - Maharashtra Board
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ITM Ceres in production
 
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At ITM in Kampen we are used to configure every machine to a customer specific needs and demands. But lately it seems like we are focusing on serial production. We just started with a new batch of 30 ITM Ceres machines, to get our customers ready for changes in EU-regulation. ITM Ceres enables placing the tax stamp on different places on the cigarette package. Think of the top, side or even around the corner. ITM Ceres gives the flexibility needed to meet changing regulations. http://www.itmgroup.nl/itm-ceres
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Pierre Falson | IBCP | France | MedChem & CADD 2014 | OMICS International
 
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Title: The behavior of detergents around membrane proteins is more complex than supposed, as revealed by a new method of quantitation 4th International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry & Computer Aided Drug Designing December 08-10, 2014 San Francisco, USA OMICS International: http://conferenceseries.com/ OMICS open access Journals: http://omicsonline.org Global Medical Conferences: http://conferenceseries.com Global Pharmaceutical Conferences: http://pharmaceuticalconferences.com Global Cancer Conferences: http://cancersummit.org Global Diabetes Conferences: http://diabetesexpo.com Global Dental Conferences: http://dentalcongress.com Global Nursing Conferences: http://nursingconference.com Abstract Membrane proteins (MPs) represent more than 60% of pharmaceutical targets for which different approaches require to maintain them in aqueous solution in a native state, e.g., crystallography, ligand screening, antibody production, immunization and other applications. Such solution state is essentially obtained by using detergents. They are amphipathic molecules which compete with lipid and disrupt biological membranes in which MPs are embedded. Detergents replace lipids around hydrophobic patches of MPs, thereby keeping them in solution and preventing their aggregation during the process from extraction to purification.A key information when MPs are extracted and maintained in a soluble detergent-MP complex is to know the true concentration of detergent present in the medium, largely dependent on the membrane protein of interest and directly influencing the level of aggregation, topology, crystal growth and stability. Unless using radiolabelled compounds, there is no method to get this information routinely, quickly and with any detergent. A method providing such information potentially for any detergent, quickly and with a high degree of accuracy have been set up. The method based on the determination by MALDI MS of the ratio of deuterated/protonated detergents or that of structurally close molecules when a deuterated version is not available. The method was validated withfoscholine 12 ( FC12 ), dodecylmaltoside (DDM ), octylglucoside (OG), maltose neopentyl glycol (MNG), Calix[4]arene-based detergents (C4Cn), CHAPS and cholate, by measuring their concentrations in different extraction conditions/purification, concentration by ultrafiltration, dialysis and gel filtration of various membrane proteins. The amount of detergent associated with a variety of membrane proteins with different topologies, membrane spanning domains, functions and oligomerization states (ABC transporters, GPCR, ADP/ATP exchanger, proteins fromprokaryotic efflux systems) showing detergent:MP ratio ranging from 130 to 700mol/mol depending of the MP and the detergent, could be measured. Finally, an extra amount of detergent released after ultrafiltration followed by gel filtration revealing that MPs are not simply embedded in a detergent micelle but rather sequester twice more detergent to protect their hydrophobic area through a gradient from tight to weak interactions were detected. Biography Pierre Falson got his PhD at the LYON University. He is a CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) Research Director, enzymologist and membrane proteins biochemist, co-leading the Drug resistance mechanism and modulation team in the BMSSI CNRS-UCBL1 Research Unit. PFhas published 54 publications, patented 6 inventions and licensed2 to CALIXAR, a startup which he co-founded. He was awarded in 1991 by the Maurice Nicloux prize from the French Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, in 2010 and 2011 by the “National competition of innovative start-ups” and by the Innovation and Transfer Technology prize from theCNRS.
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#7 Biochemistry Lecture (Protein Purification) from Kevin Ahern's BB 350
 
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1. Contact me at [email protected] / Friend me on Facebook (kevin.g.ahern) 2. Download my free biochemistry book at http://biochem.science.oregonstate.edu/biochemistry-free-and-easy 3. Take my free iTunes U course at https://itunes.apple.com/us/course/biochemistry/id556410409 4. Check out my free book for pre-meds at http://biochem.science.oregonstate.edu/biochemistry-free-and-easy 5. Course video channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/oharow/videos?view=1 6. Check out all of my free workshops at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlnFrNM93wqyTiCLZKehU1Tp8rNmnOWYB&feature=view_all 7. Check out my Metabolic Melodies at http://www.davincipress.com/metabmelodies.html 8. Take my courses for credit (wherever you live) via OSU's ecampus. For details, see http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/soc/ecatalog/ecourselist.htm?termcode=all&subject=BB 9. Course materials at http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/bb350 Lecture Highlights Protein Structure & Purification 1. Disruption of forces that stabilize protein structure cause folded proteins to unfold. Unfolded proteins are not functional. We describe them as denatured. Denaturing agents include heat, detergent, acid or base. 2. RNase is an unusual enzyme. It is very stable. After being heated to boiling temperatures, it will renature and regain its activity. Most proteins don't do this. 3. Folding of a protein is how it gets its 3D shape. Folding is a process that is determined by the sequence of amino acids in a proteins. 4. Misfolded proteins cause enormous problems sometimes. A misfolded protein is the cause of mad cow disease. The misfolded protein is called a prion and it works by inducing other copies of the same protein to misfold. 5. Chaperonins are complexes that facilitate the proper folding of proteins. 6. To study a protein, one must purify it away from all the other proteins in a cell. Steps in the purification typically include 1) busting cells open; 2) centrifuging cellular components apart from the cytoplasm; and 3) using techniques that separate molecules by several different processes. 7. Most proteins require more than one method to be purified. 8. Techniques for protein purification often rely on the structural components of proteins. Isolation of proteins from cells requires breaking open the cells, centrifugation to remove insoluble debris, and the application of protein isolation techniques to purify desired proteins from the soluble fraction of the cells. 9. Gel exclusion chromatography is a technique for isolating proteins on the basis of their different sizes. The method uses 'beads' with uniform holes in them. The holes are openings to tunnels through the bead. Small molecules that fit into the holes travel throught the tunnels and take longer to pass through the column than large molecules that do not fit into the holes. 10. Affinity chromatography uses the structure of a molecule that a protein binds (such as ATP) as a means of purifying the protein. For example, proteins that bind ATP would be retained by a column full of beads with ATP on their surface. The non-ATP-binding proteins will pass through first. ATP-binding-proteins can be removed from the column by adding ATP. 11. Ion exchange chromatography uses ionic interactions as a means of separating proteins. Cation exchange chromatography uses negatively charged beads. These attract the positively charged proteins in a mixture, whereas the negatively charged proteins pass through quickly. Anion exchange chromatography has an opposite strategy. 12. Gel electrophoresis involves gelatinous support materials (agarose - for DNA or polyacrylamide - usually for proteins) and an electric current that drags molecules through the gel. Electrodes are arranged such that the "top" or beginning of the gel is where the negative electrode is placed and the positive electrode is placed at the bottom or end of the gel. DNA is negatively charged, so it is repelled away from the top and towards the bottom of the gel. Separation is on the basis of size. Large molecules travel slowest in the gel, whereas the small molecules travel fastest. DNA fragments appear as bands on a gel and bands can be excised separately from the other bands for further manipulation. 13. Proteins can have negative, positive, or no charge. To work in electrophoresis, they must be converted from folded entities into rods with uniform negative charge. This is done using the detergent called SDS. It unfolds the protein and coats it with negative charges. This coated protein is loaded onto a gel of polyacrylamide and the complexes are sorted on the basis of size, just like the DNA fragments were - smallest moves fastest and largest moves slowest.
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The Great Invasion - Documentary on endocrine disruptors
 
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A documentary by Stéphane Horel on endocrine disrupting chemicals (2010). Our ordinary everyday lives are steeped in chemical products. Invisible, they are encrusted in plastic, in detergents and toasters, concealed in our food, in toys, in shampoo. They have invaded everything, including our bodies. Thanks to the consumer society, petrochemicals, with their magicical powers and unfamiliar barbaric names are happily strolling around our little insides. These phthalates, brominated flame retardants, parabens, bisphenol-a, all have the regrettable habit of invading our hormonal intimacy. They are endocrine disruptors. The pioneer scientists taking part in this documentary say that from breast cancer to obesity, this chemical invasion is closely tied up with the diseases of modern society. These findings are more than dramatic, but the film takes a step back from the straight facts, alternating wry humour and poetry. The paper cut-out animation shows parallel sketches of the destinies of human beings and laboratory animals. 1950-60s TV commercials show radiant couples dancing between two-door fridges: a love story between modern man and the marvels of plastic and the profusion of electric appliances, pure allegories of the frenzy of progress. With Linda Birnbaum, Philippe Grandjean, Jerrold Heindel, Andreas Kortenkamp, Niels Skakkebaek, Ana Soto, Shanna Swan.
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ChIP Optimization: Chromatin Shearing in ChIP
 
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Loni Pickle, Life Technologies R&D Scientist, reviews various approaches for chromatin shearing upstream of chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP). Tissue Processing Using Magnetic Beads -- Shearing Optimization Chromatin shearing is the step in ChIP where I receive the most amounts of questions; so let's spend a couple of minutes reviewing this key step. There are two basic methods to shear your samples during ChIP experiments: Enzymatic digestion and Sonication. - Enzymatic Digestion Uses enzymes to fragment sample - Sonication Uses sound waves to fragment sample Enzymatic digestion, or what's used for native ChIP, which is a ChIP with no cross-linking. This approach used is restriction enzymes to cleave DNA into smaller fragments, since it doesn't use formaldehyde cross-linking it can allow greater antibiotic accessibility to very strong DNA binding factors such as histones. But, it could also produce sequence bias. Some researchers worry that enzymatic digestion will not produce random segmentation and certain [..] will then be over represented providing a false sense of your biological story. Sonication uses high frequency sound waves to shear samples; we recommend using sonication since it is less prone to bias than enzymatic digestion. There are two main types of sonicators: - Probe Sonicators Which transfer ultrasonic energy directly into samples - Water Bath Sonicators Which transfer ultrasonic energy through water and closed tubes into your sample We see easier results with water bath sonicators because they tend to be more consistent user to user, easier to use, and gentler on the lysates. Key Factors that Impact Sonication Results Sonication and the resulting fragmented DNA can be influenced by a number of factors; of course the amount of power you deliver and the number of cycles you sonicate, can dramatically impact your size distribution; but there as some other less obvious factors. Some less obvious variables that can impact your sonication are your cross-linking conditions, if you increase cross-linking for longer durations or even use a different concentration of formaldehyde you may need to sonicate for longer to compensate. Tube type; if you change the type of tube that your sample is in; say from a 15 ml conical to a 1.5 ml tube you'll probably need to adjust your sonication conditions as well. Volume of liquid in your tube; if you change the volume of liquid in your tube you should confirm that your sonication results are the same. Volume can introduce variations in fragment size. Buffer composition; this one is a biggie, the type and concentration of detergents in your lysis buffer will definitely change your fragment size. So if you make any adjustments to your buffer, be sure to reoptimize your sonication parameters. Useful tips for Optimizing Shearing Here's some tips that should be useful for when you are optimizing your shearing: Keep your samples cold -- keep your samples on ice or in cold water alternating cycles of on and off ice to allow your samples to cool between cycles. This will help maintain your DNA protein interactions. Sonication produces heat, that can disrupt your protein DNA interaction. For ChIP qPCR, shoot for a fragment size between 200 to 500 bp. For ChIP Seq applications using the SOLiD™ platform shoot for a fragment size range from 100 to 300 bp. If you're using another platform, follow that vendor's recommendations. Be sure to verify your fragment size before moving into your immunoprecipitation step of the ChIP protocol. You want to aim for the least amount of sonication cycles and intensity that gives you the correct size distribution. So I hope this quick review and these tips will help you optimize your shearing process. As we've covered here there are a lot of factors that can influence your fragment size but I think you'll find it's well worth the effort as you head into your downstream application. For more information visit http://owl.li/cPD2x
Global Citric Acid Market Report 2018 Forecast to 2023
 
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New report published by GI Research which offers insights on the global Citric Acid market. Global Citric Acid Market expected to reach USD 1805.1 M USD by 2024 driven by its increasing use in Food & Beverages, Pharmaceuticals & Personal Care and Detergents & Cleansers. The growth of these end-use industries, particularly in emerging economies of Asia Pacific region, is anticipated to boost the growth of the chemical over the projected period. Click to view the full report TOC, figure and tables: https://www.globalinforesearch.com/global-citric-acid-market_p62175.html Global Citric Acid Market: Forecast by Type / Application / Region There are many manufacturers in the world, mainly in china, North America and Europe. The major manufacturers are Weifang Ensign Industry Co., Ltd., TTCA Co., Ltd, RZBC Group Co. Ltd., Cofco Biochemical (Anhui) Co., Ltd., Jungbunzlauer Suisse AG, Tate & Lyle, S.A. Citrique Belge N.V., Archer Daniels Midland Company, Cargill Incorporated, Shandong Juxian Hongde Citric Acid Company Ltd and Huangshi Xinghua Biochemical Co.Ltd. The product revenue of Citric Acid is 1685.8 M USD in 2016.   The bio-based and chelating characteristics of citric acid make it a viable solution to several toxic substances used for manufacturing detergents & cleaners, especially for household purposes. Rising awareness regarding cleanliness and hygiene is expected to augment the demand for detergents & cleaners, resulting in a volume CAGR of 5.23% over the projected period. Asia Pacific dominated the global industry, the Product Capacity accounted for above 67% of the global citric acid market in 2016.but the major consumption regions are Europe and North America, the consumption market share are 31.19% and 25.34% in 2016. Rapid industrialization resulting in the presence of large-scale manufacturing bases for food & beverages, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics is expected to augment the demand for the chemical as an intermediate in several processes. Increasing healthcare expenditure coupled with rising number of ailments across the world is expected to augment the demand for pharmaceuticals. The demand for citric acid is projected to progress in tandem with the development of the pharmaceutical sector.  Global Citric Acid Market: Key Players Weifang Ensign Industry Co., Ltd.     TTCA Co., Ltd     RZBC Group Co. Ltd.     Cofco Biochemical (Anhui) Co., Ltd.     Jungbunzlauer Suisse AG     Tate & Lyle     S.A. Citrique Belge N.V.     Archer Daniels Midland Company     Cargill Incorporated     Shandong Juxian Hongde Citric Acid Company Ltd     Huangshi Xinghua Biochemical Co.Ltd     Gadot Biochemical Industries Ltd. Ask for Discount on Research Report and Request Sample Copy of [email protected] https://www.globalinforesearch.com/global-citric-acid-market_p62175.html About Us: GlobalInfoResearch is a report publisher, a customer, interest-based suppliers. Is in the best interests of our clients, they determine our every move. At the same time, we have great respect for the views of customers. With the improvement of the quality of our research, we develop custom interdisciplinary and comprehensive solution. For further development, we will do better and better. GlobalInfoResearch will with excellent professional knowledge and experience to carry out all aspects of our business. At the same time, we will thoroughly look for information, to give a more comprehensive development. Related Information: United States Citric Acid Market 2018 Forecast to 2023 Europe Citric Acid Market 2018 Forecast to 2023 North America Citric Acid Market 2018 Forecast to 2023 Asia-Pacific Citric Acid Market 2018 Forecast to 2023 China Citric Acid Market 2018 Forecast to 2023 EMEA Citric Acid Market 2018 Forecast to 2023 Global Citric Acid Market 2018 Forecast to 2023 Contact US : JOE Sales Director (Global Info Research) E-mail:[email protected]  Tel: +86-13660489451     00852-58197708(HK) Add: Room 1902 Two International Finance Centre 8 Finance Street, Central Hong Kong Website: http://www.globalinforesearch.com/goods_all.php
Automatic blow molding machine APF-3002 for PET bottles 0.2-2.0l, 3000 bph
 
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The innovative blow molder APF-3002 (3000 bph, 0.2-2.0l bottles) http://pet-eu.com/pages/en/apf_3002_model.html is widely used by soft drinks and mineral water, juices and vegetable oils, milk and dairy products, detergents producers to have high quality bottle at low cost. The stability and output are guaranteed by: unique patented mold closing system without analogs in the world permits to reduce time cycle for bottle formation and thus guarantee machine high speed performance. - preform intensive heating system with IR reflector lamps rating 1000 and 2000W; - 8 temperature regulation zones with option of independent deactivation to produce asymmetric packaging with original shape - minimum changeover time for another mold; - innovation air cooling system provides uniform temperature penetration through the preform body - the machine is equipped with air recovery system with reuse of compressed air from high pressure system into low pressure line to save up to 25% on compressor equipment investments - compact and space saving design - easy integration in automatic filling line - CE and HACCP approval http://pet-eu.com/pages/en/blow_equipment.html
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HAIR CARE Tips for Gymmers, People Exercising Outdoors & Common People
 
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HAIR CARE Tips for Gymmers, People Exercising Outdoors & Common People BEST ORGANIC SHAMPOOS | CHEMICAL FREE HAIR CLEANSERS | Part 1 | Trendz&Style | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCZiyc9IlfE&feature=youtu.be BEST ORGANIC SHAMPOOS | CHEMICAL FREE HAIR CLEANSERS | Part 2 | Trendz&Style | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zgstoKwwDI&feature=youtu.be Top 10 CHEMICAL FREE Face Washes | PART 1 | Best Organic Face Washes | Trendz&Style https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foGdbVmdszs&feature=youtu.be Top 10 CHEMICAL FREE Face Washes | PART 2 | Best Organic Face Washes | Trendz&Style https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XivPfSmdBKU&feature=youtu.be CHEMICALS TO AVOID Paraben - Parabens are a class of widely used preservatives in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products. Chemically, they are a series of parahydroxybenzoates or esters of parahydroxybenzoic acid. Parabens are effective preservatives in many types of formulas Phthalates (US: /ˈθæleɪts/, UK: /ˈθɑːleɪts/), or phthalate esters, are esters of phthalic acid. Phthalates (US: /ˈθæleɪts/, UK: /ˈθɑːleɪts/), or phthalate esters, are esters of phthalic acid. They are mainly used as plasticizers, i.e., substances added to plastics to increase their flexibility, transparency, durability, and longevity. They are used primarily to soften polyvinyl chloride (PVC). SLS - Sodium laureth sulfate, an accepted contraction of sodium lauryl ether sulfate, is an anionic detergent and surfactant found in many personal care products. SLES is an inexpensive and very effective foaming agent. SLES - Sodium laureth sulfate (SLS), an accepted contraction of sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES), is an anionic detergent and surfactant found in many personal care products (soaps, shampoos, toothpaste etc.). SLES is an inexpensive and very effective foaming agent.[1] SLES, sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), ammonium lauryl sulfate (ALS), and sodium pareth sulfate are surfactants that are used in many cosmetic products for their cleaning and emulsifying properties. They behave similarly to soap. Sulfates - Sulfates are detergents—cleaning and foaming agents—that are found in most rinse-off products such as shampoos and skin cleansers. You'll see them identified on labels as sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate or ammonium lauryl sulfate. SSometimes, they're referred to as "SLS" and/or "ALS" for short. Side Effects of Sulfates for Your Hair: Increases Sensitivity. If your skin is particularly allergic or sensitive to sulfates, then you should avoid using shampoos that contain sulfates. 1. Causes Scalp irritation 2. Resolves All Natural Oils from Scalp 3. Fades Hair Color 4. Hair Loss 5. Gives Split Ends 6. Cancer Risk Paraben Health considerations 1. Allergic reactions. In individuals with normal skin, parabens are, for the most part, non-irritating and non-sensitizing 2. Breast cancer 3. Estrogenic activity 4. Sun exposure 5. Regulation 6. Release into the environment 7. Formation of degradation products 8. Accumulation of degradation products in the environment. Phthalates are Bad because of the below : In the past few years, researchers have linked phthalates to asthma, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, breast cancer, obesity and type II diabetes, low IQ, neuro developmental issues, behavioral issues, autism spectrum disorders, altered reproductive development and male fertility issues. --------------------INTRO CREDIT-------------------- Intro made by Romancho Basu : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChMB... --------------MUSIC-------------- Adri's Music Hub Chanel Lik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdvInvoiycKIxn19Ht4Nqlw Track 1 - Praano Bhoriye Trisha Horiye || No Copyright RabindraSangeet || Piano https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEoB_Whubvc&t=107s Track 2 - Ami Chini Go Chini Tomare || No Copyright Rabindrasangeet || Adri's Music Hub https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qo_-7sYUams -------------------------CHANNEL DETAILS------------------------- BENGAL'S first FITNESS SPECIFIC YouTube channel. Other than Fitness, we will be discussing on Food, Entertainment, Lifestyle & we all will have real Fun in this process. We will be having some mouth watering and unique recipes which are easy to make and are prepared with LOW Oil or NO Oil. We will be talking about a journey of losing 20 kilograms and getting inspired to create JOGGER DADA. We will be MOTIVATING you with new stories and new ideas all through. All videos are authentic and created by TEAM JoggerDada. We can be reached at http://nosypeoples.com E-Mail - [email protected] Instagram - joggerdada2017 Twitter - joggerdada FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/joggerdada2017/ Subscribe us @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn2RwiBzfA6p25pz3Jn-KFQ
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Magic Mist Showreel
 
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Magic Mist Belgium Your perfect partner for high pressure misting systems. ​ Thanks to 70 bars high pressure pump particulary silencious, the water is forced out through nozzles with differents diameters forming an extremely fine and light mist, the size of the droplets is in the order of 5µ – 10µ. ​ These micro water droplets mix instantaneously with the air thus forming a thermal curtain which refreshes without wetting. Thus, the temperature can be lowered to 12 ° C depending on the climate (temperature and humidity). ​ Due to the fineness of the droplets generated by the misting process, we work to remove the dust in all dusty environments, quarries, asbestos removal sites and waste recovery centers. ​ Fogging is also an excellent way to inject products for the treatment of odors by diffusing odor neutralizers, for disinsecting (ex: chikungunya, milking parlor flies) with or without insecticides. But also for the degreasing of restaurant hoods by injecting detergents, for the disinfection of operating theaters, kitchens, for the suppression of static electricity from explosive environments (ATEX zones), for the regulation of greenhouses and livestock buildings. ​ To increase the capacity of air-condensers, dry cooler, for the fresh products preservation (fish stall, vegetables, …), for the decoration of swimming pool, public spaces.
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Japan's Pollution Experience: Bringing Water Back to Life Part 1 of 4
 
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Many developing countries in Asia face challenges in providing clean drinking water and safe sanitation to all their people. Japan experienced similar situation when it rushed into economic development four decades ago. Untreated discharges from factories and homes polluted the rivers and lakes became so contaminated that even mosquito could not survive. The Minamata Disease and other illnesses caused by polluted water were major topics in the 1960s and 1970s, which raised awareness among the people and companies. Stricter regulation and penalties on industrial waste water discharges forced Japanese industry to treat and purify waste water. These also spurred development of water disposal technologies. Meanwhile, households started using soap instead of chemical detergents. This originated in the Biwa Lake area, Japan's largest lake, to prevent the lake from eutrophication. Both people and factories learned that controlling pollution at the sources is the best way of cleaning water. Freshwater fish slowly returned to the Tama river in the Tokyo Metropolitan area. But there are still problems like eutrophication of lakes, which shows how hard it is to restore aquatic ecosystems once polluted.
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See how hospitals clean medical devices
 
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Take a look inside Sunnybrook’s Medical Devices Reprocessing Centre. There are many steps to this 24/7 cleaning process, and there is zero room for error. See more videos on our blog: http://sunnyview.sunnybrook.ca
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Supermaket's House Labels Jolt Suppliers
 
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A new trend is gaining momentum in local supermarkets. The retailers have adopted an international practice to brand some of their goods, commonly known as house labels. Locally, these items range from from household goods to detergents and beauty products at cheaper prices.However, suppliers are worried that this may drive them out of competition for space in supermarkets.
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GV etna 4000
 
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Les générateurs de vapeurs chaudes Stainless steel body AISI 304 Ready steam warning lamp. Boiler 3kW S/S AISI 304 - Thickness 25/10. Low level water lamp indicator. Boiler is refilled continuously. Switch for using chemicals and detergents mixed with steam. Device for cleaning hot water mixed with steam. Washable filter. Flex hose 4 m. Recovery tank capacity 64 l. Drain hose system. Steam regulation. Wheels suitable for use in food processing area. ON/OFF main switch with indicator lamp. ON/OFF boiler switch with indicator lamp. Boiler capacity 4 litres. Suction Speed Control LAVORPRO GV ETNA 4.1
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Justice - Factory Farms
 
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By: Taylor Rodgers TRIGGER WARNING - ANIMAL CRUELTY "Factory Farms." ASPCA. ASPCA, n.d. Web. 20 May 2016. http://www.aspca.org/animal-cruelty/factory-farms. "Government Regulation of Factory Farms." Animal Welfare Nonprofit National Humane Education Society Government Regulation of Factory Farms Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 May 2016. https://www.nhes.org/3372-2/. Fieser, James. "Animals (The Practice of Morality)." Animals (The Practice of Morality). N.p., 1 Jan. 2015. Web. 20 May 2016. https://www.utm.edu/staff/jfieser/class/160/9-animals.htm. Justice, Defined as the quality of being fair or equal, Is easily broken like a thin piece of glass. Shattered. We tend to focus on injustice between me and you, Or you and someone else, Or someone else and someone else, But have you ever stopped to think about the injustice Of animals around the world? 10 billion. That is the number of animals raised and killed every year For us to eat, wear, and even clean ourselves with. The thick blood of a slaughtered cow is used to make adhesives, fertilizer, dyes Her fat is used to make plastic, tires, crayons, cosmetics, lubricants, soaps, detergents, creams, ink , textiles. Her collagen is used to make pie crusts, yogurts, matches, paper, cardboard glue. Her intestines are used to make strings of musical instruments and racquets And her bones are used in ceramics and cleaning products But that’s what they’re here for that right? These animals, who roamed the earth long before us, They are here for our use, And as the dominant species on mother earth All living things are under our complete authority. No. We are all animals, and I Or you Or the president of the united states of america, Are no better than the 9 billion chickens 250 million turkeys 100 million pigs Or 35 million cows Slaughtered every year for us to use with no shame. Without federal laws governing the humane care standards for animals in factory farms, And state laws that are rarely enforced or acknowledged, These animals suffer from the moment they are born to the moment they are slaughtered. Tortured. With vitamins A and D being discovered in the 1920’s, Animals no longer need sunlight and exercise to grow. Chickens are trapped in cages with less space than an eight and a half by eleven inch piece of paper. Animals given growth hormones often break their legs from the immense amount of pressure of their body weight. 10% That is the amount of factory farm animals That die From injury, disease, and stress Before even making it to the slaughterhouse Not that much huh? Wrong That’s more than 1 billion a year. Male baby chicks don’t even last a day Undesired, useless. Grinded the moment they hatch, Thrown into garbage bags to suffocate. The average chick lives around seven years, In factory farms they are raised and killed for food in just 5 weeks. 5 weeks. Imagine being the fully grown In 35 days. Cows, Who live an average of 25 years Only live 1 year in a factory farm. And pigs who live an average of 15 years Live less than 1. Pets. Many Americans have them, But would you ever eat them? Probably not. As most of us know in other parts of the world Eating cats and dogs is normal. It’s all about perspective. So why is it normal for us to use these animals, Who can’t defend themselves, To our advantage. Why is it okay for us to consume animal products, When we know what goes on behind closed doors. We know that the chickens, And the cows, And the pigs, And the turkeys Are being tortured, Yet we continue to support it. There are many things we can do to support the justice of animals. While adopting a plant-based diet is the best way to help, Limiting your meat consumption, Supporting organizations that help animals suffering in factory farms, And spreading your knowledge with other people Can also save many animals from our injustice.
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Nonylphenol | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Nonylphenol 00:01:01 1 Structure and basic properties 00:02:20 2 Production 00:03:47 3 Applications 00:04:53 4 Prevalence in the environment 00:06:40 4.1 Environmental hazards 00:08:33 5 Human health hazards 00:09:27 5.1 Effects in pregnant women 00:10:43 5.2 Effects on metabolism 00:12:44 5.3 Cancer 00:13:19 5.4 Human exposure and breakdown 00:13:28 5.4.1 Exposure 00:15:27 5.4.2 Breakdown 00:16:02 6 Analytics 00:16:56 7 Regulation Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Nonylphenols, from the Latin nōnus (number 9) and phenol, are a family of closely related organic compounds composed of phenol bearing a 9 carbon-tail. Nonylphenols can come in numerous structures, all of which may be considered alkylphenols. They are used in manufacturing antioxidants, lubricating oil additives, laundry and dish detergents, emulsifiers, and solubilizers. These compounds are also precursors to the commercially important non-ionic surfactants alkylphenol ethoxylates and nonylphenol ethoxylates, which are used in detergents, paints, pesticides, personal care products, and plastics. Nonylphenol has attracted attention due to its prevalence in the environment and its potential role as an endocrine disruptor and xenoestrogen, due to its ability to act with estrogen-like activity. The estrogenicity and biodegradation heavily depends on the branching of the nonyl sidechain. Nonylphenol has been found to act as an agonist of the GPER (GPR30).
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What Are The Types Of Gallstones?
 
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http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/glytamins.html http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store/glytamins.html There are several types of gallstones, and each type has a different cause. Cholesterol gallstones Cholesterol gallstones are primarily made up of cholesterol. They are the most common type of gallstone, comprising 80% of gallstones in individuals in Europe and the Americas. Cholesterol is one of the substances (chemicals) that liver cells secrete into bile. Secretion of cholesterol into bile is an important mechanism by which the liver eliminates excess cholesterol from the body. In order for bile to carry cholesterol, the cholesterol must be dissolved in the bile. Cholesterol is a fat, however, and bile is an aqueous or watery solution; fats do not dissolve in watery solutions. In order to make the cholesterol dissolve in bile, the liver also secretes two detergents, bile acids and lecithin, into the bile. These detergents, just like dish-washing detergents, dissolve the fatty cholesterol so that it can be carried by bile through the ducts. If the liver secretes too much cholesterol for the amount of bile acids and lecithin it secretes, some of the cholesterol does not stay dissolved. Similarly, if the liver does not secrete enough bile acids and lecithin, some of the cholesterol does not stay dissolved. In either case, the undissolved cholesterol sticks together and forms particles of cholesterol that grow in size and eventually become gallstones. There are two other processes that promote the formation of cholesterol gallstones though neither process is able to cause cholesterol gallstones to form. The first is an abnormally rapid formation and growth of cholesterol particles into gallstones. Thus, with the same concentrations of cholesterol, bile acids and lecithin in the bile, patients with gallstones form particles of cholesterol more rapidly than individuals without gallstones. The second process that promotes the formation and growth of gallstones is reduced contraction and emptying of the gallbladder that allows bile to stay in the gallbladder longer than normally so that there is more time for cholesterol particles to form and grow into gallstones. Pigment gallstones Pigment gallstones are the second most common type of gallstone. Although pigment gallstones comprise only 15% of gallstones in individuals from Europe and the Americas, they are more common than cholesterol gallstones in Southeast Asia. There are two types of pigment gallstones 1) black pigment gallstones, and 2) brown pigment gallstones. Pigment is a waste product formed from hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying chemical in red blood cells. The hemoglobin from old red blood cells that are being destroyed is changed into a chemical called bilirubin and released into the blood. Bilirubin is removed from the blood by the liver. The liver modifies the bilirubin and secretes the modified bilirubin into bile so that it can be eliminated from the body. Black pigment gallstones: If there is too much bilirubin in bile, the bilirubin combines with other constituents in bile, for example, calcium, to form pigment (so-called because it is dark brown in color). Pigment dissolves poorly in bile and, like cholesterol, it sticks together and forms particles that grow in size and eventually become gallstones. The pigment gallstones that form in this manner are called black pigment gallstones because they are black and hard. Brown pigment gallstones: If there is reduced contraction of the gallbladder or obstruction to the flow of bile through the ducts, bacteria may ascend from the duodenum into the bile ducts and gallbladder. The bacteria alter the bilirubin in the ducts and gallbladder, and the altered bilirubin then combines with calcium to form pigment. The pigment then combines with fats in bile (cholesterol and fatty acids from lecithin) to form particles that grow into gallstones. This type of gallstone is called a brown pigment gallstone because it is more brown than black. It also is softer than black pigment gallstones. Other types of gallstones. Other types of gallstones are rare. Perhaps the most interesting type is the gallstone that forms in patients taking the antibiotic, ceftriaxone (Rocephin). Ceftriaxone is unusual in that it is eliminated from the body in bile in high concentrations. It combines with calcium in bile and becomes insoluble. Like cholesterol and pigment, the insoluble ceftriaxone and calcium form particles that grow into gallstones. Fortunately, most of these gallstones disappear once the antibiotic is discontinued; however, they still may cause problems until they disappear. Another rare type of gallstone is formed from calcium carbonate. http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store http://balancedhealthtoday.com/products.html
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High performance vacuum emulsifying mixer for cosmetic
 
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High performance vacuum emulsifying mixer for cosmetic, The equipment can be customized according to customer's material, in order to meet the need welcomed the consultation E-mail: [email protected] Tel: +86 13915908887 Web: www.pmpromixer.cn Vacuum homogeneous emulsifying machine is an ideal option to produce highgrade skin care products, pharmacy ointment, and many other kinds of creams which need to be very soft and smooth. It has the functions of heating, mixing, scraping, rotating at different speeds and vacuum supply. It has a very wide application from cosmetics (skin cream, hair gel, lotion etc) and food (jam, chocolate, sauces etc) to pharmacy (ointment, syrup, paste) and chemicals(painting, adhesives, detergents). Main Features 1. The equipment can be customized according to customer's material, in order to meet the needs of the process. Like high viscosity , strengthen the function of homogeneous, heat sensitive materials etc. 2. Interface way can choose (hoop, thread, and flange). 3. Material contact parts can choose SS 304, SS 316, SS316L. 4. Sealing material: Standard rubber ring is silicone rubber, according to the media requests; you can choose fluorine rubber, EPDM, PTFE 5. Frequency speed regulation, non frequency speed regulation, explosion proof design, non explosion proof design. 6. According to customer's workshop height, our engineers will be optimized to facilitate customer needs.
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Is it fair to point the blame for the EU’s poor international competitiveness at inflexible labour m
 
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Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS GROUP A : Cases 1 to 4 : 40 Marks GROUP B : Cases 5 & 6 : 40 Marks Case-1 (12 Marks) AT THE RECEIVING END (McDonald) Spread over 121 countries with 30,000 restaurants, and serving 46 million customers each day with the help of more than 400,000 employees, the reach of McDonald’s is amazing. It all started in 1948 when two brothers, Richard and Maurice ‘Mac’ McDonald, built several hamburger stands, with golden arches in southern California. One day a travelling salesman, Ray Kroc, came to sell milkshake mixers. The populatity of their $0.15hamburgers impressed him, so he bought the world franchise rights from them and spread the golden arches around the globe. Questions 1. What lessons can other MNCs learn from the experience of McDonald’s? 2. Aware of the food habits of Indians, why did McDonald’s err in mixing beef extract in the oil used for fries? 3. How far has McDonald’s succeeded in strategizing and meeting local cultures and needs? Questions 1. Why has the ‘late corner’s strategy’ of Toyota failed in China, though it succeeded In India? 2. Why has Toyota failed to capture the Chinese market? Why is it trailing behind its rivals? Case -3 (10 Marks) ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE AT UNILEVER Unilever is a very old multinational with worldwide operations In the detergent and food industries. For decades, Unilever managed its worldwide detergents activities in an arm’s-length manner. A subsidiary was set up in each major national market and allowed to operate largely autonomously, with each subsidiary carrying out the full range of value creation activities, including manufacturing, marketing, and R&D. The company had 17 autonomous national operations in Europe alone by the mid-1980s. Questions 1. What strategy was Unilever pursuing before its early 1990s reorganization? What kind of structure did the company have? Were Unilever’s strategy and structure consistent with each other? What were the benefits of this strategy and structure? What wore the drawbacks? 2. By the 1990s, was there still a fit between Unilever’s strategy and structure and the operating environment in which it competed? If not, why not? 3. What kind of strategy and structure did Unilever adopt in the 1990s? Is this appropriate given the environment in which Unilever now competes? What are the benefits of this organisational and strategic shift? What are the costs? Questions 1) Is gross domestic product per capita a useful indicator of International competitiveness in the EU? 2) Is it fair to point the blame for the EU’s poor international competitiveness at inflexible labour markets, regulated goods and services markets, and a general lack of competition? What alternative explanations might be suggested? 3) What appears to be the problem with the EU’s banking sector? 4) Is the number of patents registered a useful indicator of superior International competitiveness? Why do you think the USA does well in this area? 5) Should the EU consider more targeted intervention in the form of subsidies or strategic trade policy? Group -B Case – 5 (20 Marks) LI & FUNG ON A ROLL Li & Fung has emerged as one of Hong Kong’s most famous and successful trading companies, dealing in various types of high volume time sensitive” consumer goods. Founded about 90 years back, it employs 2,500 people worldwide. The company was ranked 8th in Asia and 3rd in Hong Kong in the Asian Management Excellence Survey, recently conducted by Assets Magazine. The harvard educated Fung Brothers, Victor and William have been the architects of the company’s success and are today leading business personalities in Hong Kong. Questions 1) In what way has operations management let competitive advantage to Li & Fung? 2) How effective is Li & Fung’s value chain configuration? Ineffective? Discuss. Questions 1. Do a SWOT analysis for Wipro in the Indian market context and discuss the appropriateness (or otherwise) of its domestic strategy. 2. Are Wipro’s forays into the international markets with respect to entry, mode, etc. right? If not, what are the alternatives you would suggest? 3. How can Wipro’s corporate strategy be kept flexible enough to adapt to increasing competition and changing realities? 4. Attempt a ‘technology road map’ for Wipro for the next five years Chart a course of strategy w.r.t. markets, which the company can adopt. Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
Japan's Pollution Experience: Bringing Water Back to Life Part 2 of 4
 
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Many developing countries in Asia face challenges in providing clean drinking water and safe sanitation to all their people. Japan experienced similar situation when it rushed into economic development four decades ago. Untreated discharges from factories and homes polluted the rivers and lakes became so contaminated that even mosquito could not survive. The Minamata Disease and other illnesses caused by polluted water were major topics in the 1960s and 1970s, which raised awareness among the people and companies. Stricter regulation and penalties on industrial waste water discharges forced Japanese industry to treat and purify waste water. These also spurred development of water disposal technologies. Meanwhile, households started using soap instead of chemical detergents. This originated in the Biwa Lake area, Japan's largest lake, to prevent the lake from eutrophication. Both people and factories learned that controlling pollution at the sources is the best way of cleaning water. Freshwater fish slowly returned to the Tama river in the Tokyo Metropolitan area. But there are still problems like eutrophication of lakes, which shows how hard it is to restore aquatic ecosystems once polluted.
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What is bile for ?
 
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A short video illustrating the detergent functions of bile. The film features images of a human liver and collection of a bile sample. This video features the song “Reawakening” by Kevin MacLeod which available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license
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Gallbladder, Biliary Tree, and Bile
 
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http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/glytamins.html http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store/glytamins.html Introduction The liver produces 500-1500 ml of bile per day. Bile passes through cananiculi to the hepatic bile ducts and then into the common hepatic duct. Contraction of the spincter of Oddi during fasting diverts bile through the cystic duct into the gallbladder for storage and concentration. After food is injected, cholecystokinin (CCK) is released from I cells in the small intestine and causes the spincter to contract and then relax, releasing a bile acid-rich bolus of bile into the intestine. Bile Components Bile is a watery mixture of organic and inorganic compounds that is synthesized by the liver and stored in the gall bladder. Bile contains water, bile salts, bilirubin, cholesterol, bile pigments, and phosphatidylcholine (lecithin). Phosphatidylcholine and bile salts are quantitatively the most important organic components of bile. The liver secretes 500-1500 ml/day of bile under control of CCK, while the bile ducts also secrete bicarbonate induced by secretin. Ninety five percent of bile is reabsorbed in the terminal ileum, setting up the enterohepatic circulation. Normally only 600 mg of bile is lost in the stool daily, with this amount being synthesized in the liver. Problems in ileum absorption can lead to increased bile in the colon, causing diarrhea. Bile acids Between 15-30 g of bile salts are secreted from the bile duct daily in response to the need for lipid digestion and release of the hormone CCK from intestinal I cells. Bile acids - cholic acid and chenodeoxycholic acid - are synthesized in the liver from cholesterol. They contain two or three -OH groups and a carboxyl group. The carboxyl group has a pKa of ~6 and is therefore not fully ionized at physiologic pH. Bile acids are amphipathic therefore acting as emulsifying agents, or detergents. Bile Salts Before bile acids leave the liver, they are congugated with either glycine or taurine. The carboxyl of glycine or the sufate of taurine are fully ionized at physiologic pH, leading to lower pKa values, and are more effective detergents than bile acids. Bile salts, not acids, are found in the bile. Bacteria in the gut can remove glycine or taurine from bile salts, regenerating bile acids. These can be modified to produce secondary bile acids. If this decongugation occurs in the upper SI, this can seriously inhibit lipid absorption. More than 95% of bile salts are reabsorbed in the ileum as a mixture of bile salts and primary and secondary bile acids are returned to the liver via the portal circulation. Bile acids are transported in the blood by albumin in a noncovalent complex. In the liver, bile acids are reconverted to bile salts are re-secreted, creating the enterohepatic circulation. Dietary fibre or drugs such as cholestyramine sequester bile acids in the gut and prevent their reabsorption, diverting cholesterol to be used in bile acid synthesis. Bilirubin Normally, 4 mg/kg body weight of bilirubin is produced daily. Most of this comes from the breakdown of old red blood cells in the spleeen and liver, with the remainder coming from ineffective erythropoiesis or the catabolism of hepatic hemeproteins such as cytochromes P-450. The heme ring is cleaved by microsomal heme oxygenase, forming biliverdin. This is converted to unconjugated bilirubin by biliverdin reductase. Unconjugated bilirubin is released into the plasma and travels to the liver bound to albumin. Because it is insoluble, it cannot be excreted in urine or bile, but can cross into the brain or the placenta. Bilirubin Conjugation Bilirubin is transported across hepatocyte membranes and conjugated with glucouronic acid by the enzyme UDP glucuronyltransferase. Conjugated bilirubin is excreted into the bile by active transport. When biliary excretion is impaired, pigment regurgitates into the plasma. As conjugated bilirubin is water soluble, it is readily filtered by the kidneys and gives urine a dark color. Once in the bile, bilirubin enters the intestine, where bacteria convert it into urobilinogens, 20% of which is reabsorbed. http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store http://balancedhealthtoday.com/products.html
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How to Use & Maintain a Pressure Washer : How to Adjust a Pressure Washer
 
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Learn how to adjust a pressure washer in this free educational video series. Expert: Matthew Christian Bio: Matthew Christian is a certified building contractor in Florida with skills in real estate, remodeling and landscaping. He also holds a degree in electronics Filmmaker: Adolph Ramirez
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Biocide Market by Future Market Insights
 
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Biocides are the chemicals or certain metals which are used to kill different categories of micro-organisms at different life stages. Biocides are widely used in drinking and waste water treatment, healthcare and the consumer goods industry. Consumer products include cosmetics, cleaning products, detergents, some toothpastes and general disinfectant products. In addition, biocides are used in food industry at a sub-lethal level to act as preservatives which impart a longer shelf life.http://goo.gl/xQClNC
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Rayappa Kasi   Laudato Si, The Issue of Water, Para 29
 
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29. One particularly serious problem is the quality of water available to the poor. Every day, unsafe water results in many deaths and the spread of water-related diseases, including those caused by microorganisms and chemical substances. Dysentery and cholera, linked to inadequate hygiene and water supplies, are a significant cause of suffering and of infant mortality. Underground water sources in many places are threatened by the pollution produced in certain mining, farming and industrial activities, especially in countries lacking adequate regulation or controls. It is not only a question of industrial waste. Detergents and chemical products, commonly used in many places of the world, continue to pour into our rivers, lakes and seas.
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