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BHT

Abbreviation for butylated hydroxytoluene.
Alternative medicine Both BHA and BHT increase UDP-glucuronosyltransferase, the enzyme possibly responsible for the anticancer effects of cruciferous vegetables
Food industry A food preservative used to prevent fats and oils in packaged foods from becoming rancid; BHT may be teratogenic to mice, and cause a significant decrease in cholinesterase activity, aggressiveness, sleep disturbances, and weight loss
Quackery BHT has been recommended for ageing, hangovers, herpes, and decreased sleep
Toxicity Excess consumption has been associated with abdominal cramping, confusion, nausea, liver toxicity, vertigo, vomiting, and loss of consciousness
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Effect of additives (C: control; BHT: Butylated Hydroxy Toluene; PTX: Pentoxifylline; Vit.
Tum bobrek spesmenleri histolojik olarak UICC ve AJCC siniflandirma sistemi ile incelendiginde 18 (%50) hastada seffaf hucreli BHT, 3 (%8.3) hastada kromofob hucreli BHT, 3 (%8.3) hastada papiller tip 1 BHT, 2 (%5.5) hastada musinoz tubuler igsi hucreli BHT, 1 (%2.7) hastada papiller tip 2 BHT, 1 (%2.7) hastada siniflandirilamayan BHT, 1 (%2.7) hastada skuamoz hucreli karsinom, 1 (%2.7) hastada sarkomatoid BHT, 1 (%2.7) hastada multilokuler kistik BHT ve 5 (%13.8) hastada mikst tip BHT saptanmistir (Tablo 2).
Ferula Ovina has shown better antioxidant activity than standard antioxidant BHT Apium graveolens with concentrations of 0.01% and 0.015% at temperature 40oC and 50oC showed antioxidated activity equal to that of BHT.
For stopper A, additional species as well as a low level of BHT that is not present in BIMSM elastomer are also detected.
A atividade antioxidante das sementes de mamao 'Formosa' e dos demais tratamentos testados decresceu segundo a ordem: TBHQ > 800 mg.[Kg.sup.-1] > 500 mg.[Kg.sup.-1] > BHT > 200 mg.[Kg.sup.-1] > controle.
The scavenging effects of MLS, CELS and standards on the DPPH radical decreased in the order: BHA, [alpha]-tocopherol, BHT, CELS, MLS and trolox, which were 88.2%, 81.2%, 72.1%, 47.9%, 26.6% and 15.6%, at the concentration of 45 [micro]g/ml, respectively.
Recently, BHT has gained considerable attention from the scientific community, and from physical trainers, due to its mechanical nature and the highly neuromuscular demand of the hip extensor muscles (Contreras et al., 2011; Dello Iacono et al., 2018; Dello Iacono and Seitz, 2018; Eckert and Snarr, 2014; Loturco et al., 2018; Williams et al., 2018).
Since then, this paper has been trying to get answers from BHT as to how they justified their actions in Marlow and Thame, which led to protests and an online petition of approximately 3,500 signatures, and what their plans mean for Buckingham.
Rosemary extract is used to replace chemicals like butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT), which are likely carcinogenic.
1 Many foods, such as breakfast cereals (yes, even the so-called 'healthy' ones), contain a chemical substance called BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene), which is believed to cause cancer and liver damage.
Former president of the organizing committee for marking July 11, the anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide Aamil DurakoviA, in a BHT special covering the commemoration in PotoAari, said that the state must take over the organization of marking of this event.