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Scientists outline biochemistry of xanthohumol—an avenue to treat metabolic syndrome

Researchers at Oregon State University have made a fundamental advance in understanding xanthohumol – a compound found in hops that's of significant interest to prevent or treat the lipid and metabolic disorders that are a primary killer of people in the developed world.
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