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  1. The cost to nutrient content ratio of food aid products.
  2. Cystatin SN, a protein in saliva, binds to phytic acid
  3. Sorghum food aid porridge results in similar outcomes in preschool Tanzanian children
  4. Sorghum in Extruded Products Developed for Gluten-free and Food Aid Applications
  5. Sorghum-based food aid porridges are efficacious in Broiler Chickens
  6. Vitamin A and iron are bioavailable in sorghum-based food aid
  7. Tannin supplementation does not affect iron absorption
  8. Proteins in saliva may bind to and prevent tannins from binding to iron
  9. The impact of finasteride and dutasteride treatments on proliferation, apoptosis, androgen receptor, 5α-reductase 1 and 5α-reductase 2 in TRAMP mouse prostates
  10. Cultivating Textbook Alternatives From the Ground Up: One Public University’s Sustainable Model for Open and Alternative Educational Resource Proliferation
  11. 5α-reductase 1 mRNA levels are positively correlated with TRAMP mouse prostate most severe lesion scores
  12. The design of a MFFAPP food aid study
  13. A review that examines the impact of tannin consumption on iron absorption and outcomes
  14. Sorghum- and cowpea-based food aid is equivalent to corn- and soy-based food aid.
  15. Effect of Saw Palmetto Supplements on Androgen-Sensitive LNCaP Human Prostate Cancer Cell Number and Syrian Hamster Flank Organ Growth
  16. University students and faculty have positive perceptions of open/alternative resources and their utilization in a textbook replacement initiative
  17. Little evidence to support costly addition of animal source foods to FBFs
  18. Preventive and Therapeutic Efficacy of Finasteride and Dutasteride in TRAMP Mice
  19. Campus and Online U.S. College Students’ Attitudes Toward an Open Educational Resource Course Fee: A Pilot Study
  20. Fatty Acid and Phytosterol Content of Commercial Saw Palmetto Supplements
  21. Carotenoids
  22. The Effect of Finasteride and Dutasteride on the Growth of WPE1-NA22 Prostate Cancer Xenografts in Nude Mice
  23. Kansas State University Human Nutrition (HN 400) Flexbook
  24. Lycopene and Apo-12'-Lycopenal Reduce Cell Proliferation and Alter Cell Cycle Progression in Human Prostate Cancer Cells
  25. Selenium, but Not Lycopene or Vitamin E, Decreases Growth of Transplantable Dunning R3327-H Rat Prostate Tumors
  26. Carotenoids
  27. Are the health attributes of lycopene related to its antioxidant function?
  28. Lycopene Biodistribution Is Altered in 15,15′-Carotenoid Monooxygenase Knockout Mice
  29. Lycopenoids: Are lycopene metabolites bioactive?
  30. Combinations of Tomato and Broccoli Enhance Antitumor Activity in Dunning R3327-H Prostate Adenocarcinomas
  31. Tomato Phytochemicals and Prostate Cancer Risk