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Tetrahedron | Date: 2008-09-16

(Based on 44(e)) Milk ferments for pharmaceutical purposes; Non-medicated additives for animal feed for use as nutritional supplements, excluding non-medicated additives for use in connection with ornamental fish feed, pond fish feed, reptile feed or amphibean feed; additives in the nature of dietary supplements for humans; Nutritional food additives for medical purposes in the nature of natural food extracts derived from fish, meat, vegetables; Nutritional supplements; Vitamin and mineral additives in the nature of dietary supplements for humans, Vitamin and mineral supplements for use as ingredients in the food and pharmaceutical industry; Vitamin and mineral supplements; Vitamin preparations; Food supplements for non-medical use.


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Tetrahedron | Date: 2008-09-16

(Based on 44(e)) Active ingredients for use in the manufacture of food, dietetic preparations for medical and nonmedical use and cosmetics and active ingredients for use in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals for treating inflammatory diseases, cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, cancer and virus-induced diseases; Milk ferments for the food industry. (Based on Intent to Use) Cosmetics. (Based on 44(e)) Milk ferments for pharmaceutical purposes; Non-medicated additives for animal feed for use as nutritional supplements, excluding non-medicated additives for use in connection with ornamental fish feed, pond fish feed, reptile feed or amphibean feed; additives in the nature of dietary supplements for humans; Nutritional food additives for medical purposes in the nature of natural food extracts derived from fish, meat, vegetables; Nutritional supplements; Vitamin and mineral additives in the nature of dietary supplements for humans, Vitamin and mineral supplements for use as ingredients in the food and pharmaceutical industry; Vitamin and mineral supplements; Vitamin preparations; Food supplements for non-medical use.


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Tetrahedron | Date: 2013-02-25

Chemicals used in industry, science and photography, as well as in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; chemicals used in industry and science, namely, excipients used in the manufacture of pharmaceutical preparations; chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs; chemical reagents other than for medical or veterinary use. Pharmaceutical and veterinary products, namely, veterinary vaccines, pharmaceutical skin lotions, eye wash solutions, pharmaceutical skin creams; dietetic food and substances, namely, ultrafresh dairy-based beverages, cheeses, spreads, yogurt and ice cream, alcohol-free refreshing beverages, cereal bars, milk, chocolate, all of which are adapted for medical or veterinary use; food for babies; food supplements for humans and animals. Beers; mineral and carbonated waters; beverages based on fruit and fruit juices; fruit nectars. Wines.


Ramirez-Martinez A.,University of Western Brittany | Wesolek N.,University of Western Brittany | Wesolek N.,Technological Institute of Veracruz | Yadan J.-C.,Tetrahedron | And 2 more authors.
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment | Year: 2016

L-ergothioneine is an amino acid synthetized by fungi and mycobacteria that cannot be synthesized by other species. It has been detected in plants, animals, and the human body. In the last few years, it has been recognized as a good antioxidant and, recently, it has also been related to other properties besides antioxidant properties. Even though few studies on the toxicity of L-ergothioneine have been carried out, evidence suggests that L-ergothioneine is not harmful to health. Considering that L-ergothioneine has increasingly been linked to positive effects on human health, coupled with the fact that it seems to be safe for human consumption, this molecule may be suitable for use as an ingredient in foods. On the other hand, despite the positive effects reported for this molecule, no estimate of L-ergothioneine intake has been carried out until now. Thus, the aim of this work is to estimate the intake of L-ergothioneine through food consumption of several European countries and the United States. Values were estimated by using the deterministic and probabilistic approach. Results show that the populations with the highest intake of L-ergothioneine correspond to Italian population, both for children and adults. © 2016 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC Source


Vacchina V.,UT2A | Moutet M.,Tetrahedron | Yadan J.-C.,Tetrahedron | de Baene F.,Eco Solution | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Chromatography B: Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences | Year: 2010

An analytical method was developed for the simultaneous speciation of selenomethionine (SeMet) and 2-hydroxy-4-methylselenobutanoic acid (NutraSelen®), a new SeMet precursor. The compounds could be baseline resolved by ion-pairing reversed-phase HPLC using ICP MS detection. Detection limits of 1 ng mL-1 (Se content) could be reached. SELM-1 reference material was used to validate the SeMet measurement. Additionally, the quantification of NutraSelen® was validated by standard addition together with checking the Se mass balance. The procedure developed was then applied to the monitoring of the conversion of NutraSelen® into SeMet by yeast. © 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source

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