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PCOPurchasing Contracting Office
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PCOPublic Call Outlet
PCOProgress in Combinatorial Optimization
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PCO procyanidolic oligomers, bioflavonoids in grape seed, citrus peels, cranberries, peanuts
Experimental study of procyanidolic oligomers (PCO) on bovine cornea.
Effect of procyanidolic oligomers on the permeability of the blood brain barrier.
The effect of procyanidolic oligomers on mesenchymal cells in culture II--Attachment of elastic fibers to the cells.
Study of the effect of procyanidolic oligomers (Endotelon).
MEDICINA MATURAL- Uno de los medicamentos mas antioxidantes que se han descubierto recientemente son los procyanidolic oligomers (PCOs), con un poder 20 veces superior al de las vitaminas C y E.
The extract of vitis vinifera seed (grapeseed) is one of the highest sources of bound antioxidant proanthocyanidins called procyanidolic oligomers, or "PCOs." Research has demonstrated that PCOs from grapeseed extract have a protective and strengthening effect on the lining of artery walls by increasing enzyme conjugation (27); greater collagen fiber crosslinking (28); decreased artery wall permeability (29); increased glycoprotein and sulphated gly-cosaminoglycan synthesis (30); inhibited hyaluronan-varicosis (31); increased vascular wall strength (32); reinforced vascular connective tissue (33); reduced elastin-associated cholesterol (34); lower risk and incidence of cerebral microvessel permeability (35); and decreased proteinuria (36).
The effect of procyanidolic oligomers on mesenchymal cells in culture II-Attachment of elastic fibers to the cells.