DIM

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AcronymDefinition
DIMDimanche (French: Sunday)
DIMDimension
DIMDiminished (Chord; Music)
DIMDiminutive
DIMDiindolylmethane
DIMDiminuendo (Music, Gradual Decrease of Tone)
DIMDigital Identity Management (Workshop)
DIMDays in Milk
DIMDi-Indole Methane
DIMDeportivo Independiente Medellín (Colombia soccer club)
DIMDrop-In Module
DIMDevice Interface Module
DIMDirector of Information Management
DIMData Input Module
DIMDigital Interface Module
DIMDigital Image Model
DIMDirectorate of Information Management
DIMDial In Modem
DIMData Interpretation Module
DIMDetection Identification & Monitoring
DIMDash Integration Module (General Motors)
DIMDefense Information Management
DIMDiatomics-In-Molecule
DIMDiffuse Iris Melanoma (eye tumor)
DIMDocument Imaging Management system
DIMData Input Message
DIMDealer Installed Memory
DIMDiscrete Interface Module
DIMDigital Interface Monitor
DIMDouble Interpolation Method
DIMDesign Independent Model
DIMDistrict Industrial Manager
DIMData in the Midddle
DIMDynamically Inert Missile
DIMDistributed Isolated Media
DIMData Interchange Monitor
DIMDescription, Installation, and Maintenance
DIMDead, Injured, Missing
DIMDynamic Interrupt Mode
DIMDistance-Increasing Mapping
DIMDiffusion Internationale du Meuble (French: Diffusion International Furniture)
DIMDust Impact Monitor (astronomy)
DIMDiffusion d'Instruments de Mesure (French: Dissemination of Measuring Instruments)
DIMDépartement d'Information Médicale (French: Department of Medical Information)
DIMDialogue Interreligieux Monastique (French: Monastic Interreligious Dialogue)
DIMDomaines d'Intérêt Majeur (French: Areas of Major Interest)
DIMDépartement de l'Intérieur et de la Mobilité (French: Department of the Interior and Mobility; Switzerland)
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Interplay of genes regulated by estrogen and diindolylmethane in breast cancer cell lines.
Sachdeva's study reveals that these synthetic compounds derived from diindolylmethane (DIM), commonly found in various types of cruciferous vegetables, can be used to treat several types of cancer, including triple-negative breast cancer.
The new products included IndoleGard with BioResponse DIM[TM] contains pure diindolylmethane, an indole; Enzocaine combines a synergistic blend of herbs, nutrients, MSM and proteolytic enzymes; Livercel is a dietary supplement for liver support; Lutein; Decadent Desserts are low fat bake mixes sweetened with Xylitol; PMS Nutritional Support is a formula combining BioResponse DIM[TM] with Vitex agnus castus and decaffeinated green tea extract; PhosSerine Complex contains phosphatidylserine for improving cognitive functions; Saw Palmetto Complex with Lycopene; Well Mind St.
Estrogen metabolism is also malleable, being easily altered with supplements such as diindolylmethane (DIM), indol-3-carbinol (I3C), methylated B vitamins, and magnesium.
Chemoprevention of lung tumorigenesis by intranasally administered diindolylmethane in A/J mice.
Effects of 5,6-benzoflavone, indole-3-carbinol (I3C) and diindolylmethane (DIM) on chemically-induced mammary carcinogenesis: is DIM a substitute for I3C?
The abilities of 5,6-benzoflavone (5,6-BF, a synthetic flavonoid), indole-3-carbinol (I3C, a plant derived product) or diindolylmethane (DIM, a condensation product of I3C) to alter the induction of mammary cancers induced by the carcinogens 7,12-dimethylbenzanthracene (DMBA) or N-methyl-N-nitrosourea (MNU) were evaluated.
10), (11) Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) and its derivative diindolylmethane (DIM), compounds found in cruciferous vegetables, were found to be very potent inducers of 2-hydroxylation.
A product to support estrogen metabolism: ingredients included a variation of the following; calcium-D-glucarate, alpha-lipoic acid, methyl 812, methyl folate, N-acetylcysteine, diindolylmethane.
These natural immunity powerhouses include Quercetin, Chrysin, Coriolus Versicolor, Curcumin, Indole-3-Carbinol and Diindolylmethane, each of which help strengthen the body's immune system and fight illness in its own unique way.
The objective of this study is to identify the minimum effective dose of diindolylmethane that prevents the progression from cervical dysplasia to carcinoma in situ.
22-26) If they are not on hormone-modifying drugs, consider diindolylmethane (DIM) and test estrogen metabolism quarterly until therapeutic dose is achieved.