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HUMAN RIGHTS AND SCIENTIFIC TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS
UNITED NATIONS CONOMIC SOCIAL COUNC штм- 'íMí D i s t r . E/Cíl./l/ll72/Ldd.3 8 J^ecember 1975 COMISSION ON НдаШТ EIGHTS Thirty-second session ..Qr.ifíin Ей
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In a meta-analysis of trials in which adults were given antioxidant supplementation, supplements of vitamin A (alone or combined with other antioxidants) were found to have either no effect on all-cause mortality or to increase such mortality.3 However, none of the data considered in the meta-analysis came from a low- income country. (...) Bjelakovic G, Nikolova D, Gluud LL, Simonetti RG, Gluud C. Antioxidant supplements for prevention of mortality in healthy participants and patients with various diseases.
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Score: 637428.4 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/91/1/11-100412.pdf
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There are three categories of research issues addressed: 1. crop and animal issues of relevance to temperate zones and Mediterranean climates (pasture and fodder crops, nuts, cotton, olives, rice, flax, sunflower, soybeans, oat disease, sheep and goat research, buffalo) 2. food safety issues: this is handled by the Research Network on Trace Elements, Natural Antioxidants and Contaminants in Foods and Diets (currently focussed on research comparing safety of conventionally and organically produced foods); 3. agri-environmental issues: Sustainable Rural Environment and Energy Network (SREN), including organic agriculture, and Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture (RAMIRAN). (...) Network on Trace Elements, Natural Antioxidants and Contaminants in Foods and Diets 13 APPENDIX 1: REVIEW OF ESCORENA ACTIVITIES – BY NETWORK (1999-2001) 1999 Number of meetings Number of Participants *** Number of Publications Newsletter Source of Network Support** Network (WGs) RTS* COM* OTHER S TOTAL Buffalo (4) 1 25 3 3 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGA, SDR), ICAR, EAAP, IMA* Cotton (10) 0 -- FAO (REU,RNE,SDR ) Flax (6) 2 196 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU, SDR) Nuts (8) 2 241 1 1 3 5 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM, INIA* Olives 0 FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR) Pastures (3) 3 100 1 1 1 3 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM RAMIRAN 0 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, AGA, SDR) Rice 1 17 1 1 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM Sheep & Goat (3) 3 103 1 4 5 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGA, SDR), CIHEAM, EAAP Soybean 0 FAO (REU, SDR) SREN 3 100 2 2 FAO (REU,SDR), TF* Sunflower (7) 1 97 2 2 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU,AGP, SDR) Trace elements 0 FAO (REU, SDR) WG Oat Diseases 0 1 1 FAO (REU, SDR) Total 13 879 2 4 13 19 8 * RTS - REU Technical Series http://www.fao.org/regional/europe/Public-e.htm * COM - Cahiers Options Méditerranéennes * IMA - Italian Ministry of Agriculture * INIA - Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnologia Agraria y Alimentaria * TF - Multi-donor Trust Fund ** Only more or less regular supporters are listed, no ad-hoc or national Government supporters *** Participant numbers are estimated for Buffalo, Pastures and SREN meetings 14 2000 Number of meetings Number of Participants *** Number of Publications Newsletter Source of Network Support** Network (WGs) RTS * COM*+ OM OTHERS TOTAL Buffalo (4) 1 30 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGA, SDR), ICAR, EAAP, IMA* Cotton (10) 1 90 1 1 -- FAO (REU,RNE,SDR) Flax (6) 4 100 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU, SDR) Nuts (8) 1 350 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM, INIA* Olives 0 0 FAO (REU, RNE, AGP,SDR) Pastures (3) 3 196 2 1 3 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM RAMIRAN (5) 1 99 1 1 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, AGA,SDR) Rice (5) 1 25 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM Sheep & Goat (3) 5 271 2 5 7 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGA, SDR), CIHEAM, EAAP Soybean 0 0 FAO (REU,SDR) SREN (5) 3 125 FAO (REU,SDR), TF* Sunflower (7) 0 0 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU, AGP, SDR) Trace elements (2) 0 0 FAO (REU,SDR) Working Group Oat Diseases 1 40 FAO (REU,SDR) 21 1326 2 3 7 12 8 * RTS - REU Technical Series http://www.fao.org/regional/europe/Public-e.htm * OM - Options Méditerranéennes * COM - Cahiers Options Méditerranéennes * IMA - Italian Ministry of Agriculture * INIA - Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnologia Agraria y Alimentaria * TF - Multi-donor Trust Fund ** Only more or less regular supporters are listed, no ad-hoc or national Government supporters *** participant numbers are estimated for Oat disease and Flax meetings 15 2001 Number of meetings Number of Part- icipants *** Number of Publications News letter Source of Network Support** Network (WGs) RTS* COM* Others TOTAL Buffalo (4) 1 15 1 1 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGA, SDR), ICAR, EAAP, IMA* Cotton (10) 1 30 1 1 -- FAO (REU,RNE,SDR) Flax (6) 6 150 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU,SDR) Nuts (8) 2 149 1 1 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM, INIA* Olives 0 0 FAO (REU, RNE, AGP,SDR) Pastures (3) 2 77 1 1 2 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM RAMIRAN (5) 0 0 1 1 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, AGA,SDR) Rice (5) 1 65 1 1 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGP, SDR), CIHEAM Sheep & Goat (3) 3 200 1 2 3 1 (1x/yr) FAO (REU, RNE, AGA, SDR), CIHEAM, EAAP Soybean 0 0 FAO (REU,SDR) SREN (5) 1 25 FAO (REU,SDR), TF* Sunflower (7) 1 40 1 (2x/yr) FAO (REU,AGP, SDR) Trace elements (2) 1 12 FAO (REU,SDR) Working Group Oat Diseases 0 0 FAO (REU,SDR) Σ 19 763 1 4 5 10 8 * RTS - REU Technical Series http://www.fao.org/regional/europe/Public-e.htm * COM - Cahiers Options Méditerranéennes * IMA - Italian Ministry of Agriculture * INIA - Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnologia Agraria y Alimentaria * TF - Multi-donor Trust Fund ** Only more or less regular supporters are listed, no ad-hoc or national Government supporters *** participant numbers are estimated for Sheep and Goat, Buffalo, SREN, Cotton, Rice und and Flax meetings 16 APPENDIX 2 ESCORENA FUNDING, BY NETWORK – 1997-2001 NETWORK 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Buffalo 8 000 2 500 5 000 500 5 500 Cotton 4 000 7 900 500 5 000 4 500 Flax 7 000 11 000 4 000 8 000 8 000 Nuts9 26 700 30 000 3 000 13 700 13 700 Olive 13 900 500 Pastures9 18 000 11 000 6 500 13 300 12 500 Ramiran 500 14 500 5 000 10 000 500 Rice 7 000 9 500 5 000 6 600 8 500 Sheep and Goats9 12 500 12 000 3 000 13 500 3 000 Soybean 2 000 500 500 SREN 17 000 25 000 17 000 500 500 Sunflower 4 000 18 000 6 000 4 000 8 000 Trace Elements 10 500 500 1 000 1 500 4 000 Organic Farming 8 000 15 000 8 500 500 Pollination 6 500 1 000 5 500 500 Oats Diseases 500 500 6 000 500 Web page 6 000 19 000 15 000 TOTAL 146 100 165 400 95 500 78 100 83 700 These graphs are ESCORENA budgets including web page expenses and trust fund contributions 9 CIHEAM/IAMZ provides an annual contribution for the running of these three Networks amounting to approximately US$ 60 000.
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Score: 625708.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ocuments/ECA/ECA32/Eca32_7.pdf
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EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION ON HEALTH
In relation to the impact of OP of PM on cell inflammation, OP of PM could be measured by the consumption of specific antioxidants. There was clear correlation for cells between the pro-inflammatory response and the aerosol OP, and cellular inflammatory response increased with OP activity of deposited PM per cell surface.
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Score: 597964.94 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ECE/EB.AIR/GE.1/2021/17&Lang=E
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION DOCUMENT ON NEW SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS RELEVANT TO THE CONVENTION : 6TH REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE STATES PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF BACTERIOLOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL) AND TOXIN WEAPONS AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION, GENEVA, 20 NOVEMBER-8 DECEMBER 2006 / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
In recent years, bioprospecting has produced candidates for new antibiotics, antiviral compounds, anticancer agents, antioxidants, anti-diabetic agents, immunosuppressive compounds, insecticides, as well as genetic sequences encoding high and 2 Health Biotechnology Innovation in Developing Countries, UNIDO, Global Partners Symposium, Vienna, Austria, 3-4 March 2005.
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Group Substance name CAS no.1) Application Example of type or area or use Risk 2) Phenyl-ß-naphthylamine 135-88-6 Antioxidant C Amines Methylenedianiline (4,4’-) (MDA) 101-77-9 Hardener, in paints C CFC 11 75-69-4 CFC 113 76-13-1 CFC 114 76-14-2 CFC 115 76-15-3 CFC compounds CFC 12 75-71-8 Cooling agent, “freon“ O Fibres Asbestos Several Insulating material C Polybrominated biphenyls, PBB Several plastics, textile E, N, C Flame retardants Polybromin.
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Score: 592998.63 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ommittee/scania_prohibited.pdf
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RAPPORT (47TH SESSION)
The entire Sub-Committee therefore encouraged IFFO to continue to seek solutions that would reduce the concentrations from those currently used or would use other antioxidants. The Sub-Committee further recommended to include tests to determine self- heating properties.
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As specified in the Report of the IBFN9, FAO and other organizations and initiatives in the scientific community (e.g. the International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS), the United Nations University (UNU), the International Food Data Conference (IFDC) and the United Nations Standing Committee on Nutrition (SCN)), recognized that biodiversity at the species and variety levels provides the basic components of nutrition, including energy, proteins and amino acids, fats and fatty acids, minerals and vitamins, as well as important bioactive “non-nutrients” (e.g. antioxidant phytochemicals). This diversity, including varietal diversity, of fruits, leafy vegetables and other plants and algae is particularly important, but fish and other animal products are also important.
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Score: 553611.04 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me...or_food_and_agriculture_02.pdf
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Brazil, Pará River (Amazon estuary) 1 Poor (2009) Viana et al. (2012) Multimetric indices of ecosystem integrity: Abundance Biomass Comparation (ABC); Biological Health Index; Estuarine Fish Community, Transitional Fish Classification and Estuarine Biotic Integrity Indexes Chile, Lenga Estuary 1 Poor Moscoso et al (2006); Díaz-Jaramillo et al (2013) Benthic Macroinfauna; oxidative stress responses, including glutathione-S- transferase (GST) activity, total antioxidant capacity (ACAP) and lipid peroxidation levels (TBARS) in estuarine crabs Chile, Tabul- Raqui Estuary 2 Good Díaz-Jaramillo et al (2013) Oxidative stress responses, including glutathione-S-transferase (GST) activity, total antioxidant capacity (ACAP) and lipid peroxidation levels (TBARS) in estuarine crabs.
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Score: 544026.95 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...ting/WOA_RPROC/Chapter_44A.pdf
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REPORT OF THE SUB-COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS ON ITS FORTY-NINTH SESSION
The Sub-Committee considered that it would be premature to amend special provision 308 before the results of the 12-month trials using antioxidants other than ethoxyquin or lower ethoyquin concentrations were available.
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Score: 530678.12 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/98&Lang=E
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