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Rutgers University

New Jersey, USA

This project focused on the development of potent polymethoxylated flavonoids derived from citrus peels to determine their efficacy to reduce high cholesterol, obesity and cancer causing agents.

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University of Gambia & LSHTM

London, UK

This study evaluated the use of riboflavin as a measure to counter high blood pressure associated with pregnancy.

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University of East Anglia

Norwich, England

This project focused on developing formulations to reduce homocysteine (a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases) and evaluated the effects on the common markers of cardiovascular diseases in humans.

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University College Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

This study evaluated the beneficial effects of B-vitamins in older adults who are at risk of low B-vitamin intake due to genetics and diet.

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At AOR, we’re dedicated to using evidence-based science to challenge conventions and create innovative, safe and effective nutritional supplements. Because of this commitment, AOR is participating in research collaborations with institutions here in North America and around the world. From the University of Ulster in Belfast to the University of Amsterdam and the University of Sydney, we're joining together with researchers to discover cutting edge treatments and unique formulations.

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