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DADSDepartment of Alcohol and Drug Services (Santa Clara, CA)
DADSDepartment of Aging and Disability Services (Texas)
DADSData Analysis and Decision Support (various organizations)
DADSDads & Daughters
DADSDictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures (US NIST)
DADSDiverse Adaptable Display System
DADSData Archive and Distribution System
DADSDII (Defense Information Infrastructure) Asset Distribution System
DADSDiallyl Disulfide
DADSDéclaration Annuelle de Données Sociales (French: Annual Declaration of Social Data)
DADSData Access and Dissemination System (US Census Bureau)
DADSDynamic Analysis and Design System
DADSDigitally Assisted Dispatch System (couriers)
DADSDeployable Autonomous Distributed System (US Navy)
DADSDépartement Aéroélasticité et Dynamique des Structures (French: Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics Department)
DADSDads Appreciating Down Syndrome
DADSDayton Area Drug Survey (Wright State University; Dayton, OH)
DADSDigital Air Data System
DADSDeputy Assistant Director Supplies (UK)
DADSData Archive and Distribution Service
DADSDigital Automated Data System
DADSDeck Aft Door Switch
DADSDigital Altimeter Display System
DADSDistributed Air Data System
DADSDesign Analysis for Dynamic Systems
DADSDual Air Density Satellite (NASA)
DADSDivision Air Defense Study
DADSDefense Automated Depot System
DADSDigital Auxiliary Data System
DADSDefinitive Address Data Source
DADSData Archive & Distribution System
DADSDistal Acquired Demyelinating Symmetric Neuropathy
DADSDirect-Application Decontamination System (German military)
DADSDefense Accounting and Disbursing System
DADSDigital Audio Distribution System
DADSDistributed ADA Development System
DADSDMS (Defense Message Service) Asset Distribution System (US DoD)
DADSDistributed Analysis for Decision Support System
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Helps iron deficiency and anaemia IT can help anaemia and iron deficiency because the diallyl disulfide increases the production of a protein that helps in the absorption and release of iron and improves iron metabolism.
Key words: Essential oil combination, Cinnamaldehyde, Cholesterol, Diallyl disulfide, Heat stress, Insulin.
Cinnamaldehyde and diallyl disulfide are active compounds in cinnamon and garlic oils, respectively (Busquet et al.
Among garlic constituents, diallyl disulfide (DADS) seems to be the most effective in reducing the growth of human tumor cells originating from mammary gland, prostate, colon, liver, lung and skin (Sundaram and Milner 1996a, b).
Diallyl disulfide, DMEM medium, MU, [beta]-actin (mouse monoclonal), Acrylamide, bis-acrylamide, Ammonium persulfate, Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA), N,N,N',N' Tetramethylethylene diamirie (TEMED), and Sodium bicarbonate were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Chemicais Pvt Lid (USA).
Antidiabetic effect of garlic oil but not diallyl disulfide in rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes.
Effects of garlic compounds diallyl sulfide and diallyl disulfide on arylamine N-acetyltransferase activity in strains of Helicobacter pylori from peptic ulcer patients.
Enhancing effects of diallyl sulfide on hepatocarcinogenesis and inhibitory actions of the related diallyl disulfide on colon and renal carcinogenesis in rats.
Diallyl sulfide (DAS), diallyl disulfide (DADS) and diallyl trisulfide (DATS) are presented in the Alliaceae family particularly in garlic.
Using direct pre-infection incubation assays, we determined the in vitro virucidal effects of fresh garlic extract, its polar fraction, and the following garlic associated compounds: diallyl thiosulfinate (allicin), allyl methyl thiosulfinate, methyl allyl thiosulfinate, ajoene, alliin, deoxyalliin, diallyl disulfide, and diallyl trisulfide.
It was reported that the anticarcinogenic effect of Allium vegetables is attributed to organosulfur compounds (OSCs) (Powolny and Singh 2008), including diallyl sulfide (DAS), diallyl disulfide (DADS), and diallyl trisulfide (DATS), and have demonstrated anti-cancer activities in animal models induced by a variety of chemical carcinogens (Hong et al.