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Life Sciences
Technologies
ID: 2019-057 Production of D-Allulose (D-psicose) from Bovine Lactose or Milk/Whey Permeate
Technologies
ID: 2019-051 Researchers at BYU have discovered antioxidants that are significantly more effective than current available antioxidants.
Technologies
ID: 2019-022 Two isolates were used to inoculate alfalfa resulting in significant enhancement of plant growth in the presence of salt.
Technologies
ID: 2019-011 This is a method for delivery of equol, equol analogs, and the combination of racemic equol/different percentage of equol isomers and equol analogs with other polyphenolic compounds like resveratrol for the prevention and treatment of radiation exposure.
Technologies
ID: 2019-006 Treatment for substance abuse by mechanical vibration of the spine.
Technologies
ID: 2018-057 and 2014-098 BYU has discovered monocytes in the blood that provide a direct correlation to dopamine levels in the brain.
Technologies
ID: 2018-035 The Paper Lateral Flow Immunoassay (pLFI) technique improves upon the traditional LFI, commonly recognized as diagnostic blood tests or pregnancy tests, reducing the costs of materials and precision in manufacturing.
Technologies
ID: 2017-050 A method of producing microfluidic channels by means of an innovative 3D printing process and a novel channel narrowing technique.
Technologies
ID: 2017-039 Novel Drug for Thalassemia & Hemochromatosis (Iron Overload)