nutrigenomics

Nutrigenomics is the application of the sciences of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics to human nutrition, especially the relationship between nutrition and health. Nutrition and health research is focused on the prevention of disease by optimizing and maintaining cellular, tissue, organ and whole-body homeostasis . This requires understanding, and ultimately regulating, a multitude of nutrient-related interactions at the gene, protein and metabolic levels.



The term "nutrigenomics" was found in the following pages:

Trivalent Chromium supplemention no help in controlling diabetes | EVISA's News
Chemical speciation analysis for the life sciences | EVISA's News
Oral ingestion of hexavalent chromium through drinking water and cancer mortality | EVISA's News
Deemed Essential to Health for Decades, Chromium Has No Nutritional Effect, UA Researchers Show | EVISA's News
Hexavalent chromium in food ? | EVISA's News
EFSA calls for scientific data on chromium speciation and nickel levels in food and drinking water | EVISA's News
Journals database: Molecular Nutrition and Food Research
Canada finalises environmental guideline for hexavalent chromium | EVISA's News
EFSA calls for data on selenium and chromium | EVISA's News
Chromate in food samples: an artefact of wrongly applied analytical methodology | EVISA's News
California proposes new hexavalent chromium standard for drinking water | EVISA's News
New research indicates that chromium (III) is even more genotoxic than chromium (VI) | EVISA's News
New study reports evidence for carcinogenic chromium(VI) compounds in chromium(III)-treated living cells | EVISA's News
FDA Approves Chromium Claim | EVISA's News
Chromium (III) - not only therapeutic? | EVISA's News
Hexavalent chromium found in bread | EVISA's News
Chromium(VI) much more toxic than chromium(III): At least for freshwater algae a paradigm to revise? | EVISA's News
Nutrigenomics: The role of chromium for fat metabolism revisited | EVISA's News
EFSA: No evidence for essentiality of chromium | EVISA's News