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The perceptual and anti-Inflammatory effects of oleocanthal, an olive oil phenolic

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posted on 2015-04-01, 00:00 authored by L Parkinson
Oleocanthal a virgin olive oil phenolic produces varying intensities of irritation in the oropharanx in individuals and is also a naturally occuring NSAID effective in reducing inflammatory markers and increasing protein synthesis in skeletal muscle cells. There may be a link between the variation in throat sensitivity to oleocanthal and its effects on muscle growth processes and inflammation.

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xvii, 117 pages : illustrations, tables, graphs

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thesis

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thesis

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eng

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Research doctorate

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PhD

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A Russell, R Keast

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Faculty of Health

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School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences