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What are the risks and benefits of conducting realistic research on polyphenols?

Pedro Mena polyphenols congressDr. Pedro Mena, from The Laboratory of Phytochemicals in Physiology, Department of Food & Drug, University of Parma, Italy, will give a talk at the 11th World Congress on Polyphenols Applications about the risks and benefits of conducting realistic research on polyphenols.

Experimental realism refers to adhering to physiological conditions when performing research on polyphenols. This should be kept in mind at all research levels, from cell studies to human interventions. Dosages, molecules, experimental designs, etc., should all be built over physiological assumptions in order to make polyphenol research translatable and really useful. By risking a little more in polyphenol research, we (researchers and humans) will benefit a lot!

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