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Iowa State University

Life Sciences

Animal Science

1995

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Oral Administration Of Coprostanol Producing Microorganisms To Humans To Decrease Plasma Cholesterol Concentration, Donald C. Beitz, Jerry W. Young, Ling Li, Kimberly K. Buhman Aug 1995

Oral Administration Of Coprostanol Producing Microorganisms To Humans To Decrease Plasma Cholesterol Concentration, Donald C. Beitz, Jerry W. Young, Ling Li, Kimberly K. Buhman

Iowa State University Patents

A method of decreasing plasma cholesterol is disclosed. The method includes oral administration of coprostanol-producing bacteria to humans. These organisms, once in the small intestine, will reduce free cholesterol to coprostanol, which is absorbed poorly. Pharmaceutical compositions for delivery are included as are different methods of delivery such as placing the microorganisms in food.


High-Intensity, Year-Round Rotational Grazing, James R. Russell Jan 1995

High-Intensity, Year-Round Rotational Grazing, James R. Russell

Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports

Compared to row crops, most forage crops reduce water runoff, therefore limiting soil erosion. Forage systems also require less chemical pest control than row crops. Because legume forage species fix nitrogen in the soil, they seldom require nitrogen fertilization. Despite these advantages, profitability limitations have kept forage use from expanding.