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Modulating the composition and characteristics of dental plaque

2 March 2017 - The composition and characteristics of dental plaque can be adjusted, without altering the overall amount of ...
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New TiFN-project will generate valuable clues for maintaining personalised health

10 February 2017 - A well-controlled blood glucose concentration is an important factor to prevent metabolic diseases and may be ...
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Modulating the ageing immune system

10 February 2017 - It is likely that age-related degeneration of the immune system can be reverted or prevented by nutritional ...
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TiFN research identifies new enzymes that break-down resistant starch

2 February 2017 - What has a very long tail and degrades starch granules through pore formation? Two enzymes, identified ...
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Final seminar ‘Reduced methane emissions of dairy cows’

18 January 2017 - The TiFN project ‘Reduced methane emissions of dairy cows’ is coming to an end. The project ...
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Unravelling the biochemistry of a healthy mouth

18 January 2017 - Males’ saliva has a higher pH and buffering capacity than female’s; one of the most interesting outcomes ...
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Rob Beudeker joins TiFN

12 January 2017 - As of January 1,  Rob Beudeker joins TiFN as Theme Director Nutrition and Health.
Rob has extensive ...
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Bugs and buttermilk: Epidemiological and molecular health

11 January 2017 - Clarity about the impact of dietary fibres, buttermilk consumption, smoking and over hundred other dietary and ...
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