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DR. KARAGIANNIS PAPERS RELATED TO OLIVAMINE

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Biological effects of the olive polyphenol, hydroxytyrosol: an extra view from genome-wide transcriptome analysis. Jia Nancy Nan, Katherine Ververis, Sameera Bollu, Annabelle L. Rodd, Oshi Swarup, Tom C. Karagiannis. Hellenic Journal of Nuclear Medicine 2014, 17(Suppl): 62-69.

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Exploration of mechanisms in nutriepigenomics: identification of chromatin-modifying compounds from Olea Europaea. Natalie Bonvino, Nancy B. Ray, Vi T. Luu, Julia Liang, Andrew Hung, Tom C. Karagiannis. Hellenic Journal of Nuclear Medicine 2015, 18 (Suppl): 51-62.

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Utilization of a new comprehensive database to investigate anti-inflammatory effects of olive phenolics. Natalie Bonvino, Katherine Ververis, Julia Liang, Natalie Benetti, Elena Zafiris, Andrew Hung, Nancy B. Ray, Dimitrios Boskou and Tom C. Karagiannis. Journal of Nutritional Intermediate Metabolism 2017. 8: 105.

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OliveNetâ„¢: a comprehensive library of compounds from Olea Europaea. Natalie P. Bonvino, Julia Liang, Elizabeth D. McCord, Elena Zaris, Natalie Benetti, Nancy B. Ray, Andrew Hung, Dimitrios Boskou and Tom C. Karagiannis. Database 2018, 2018: article ID bay016; doi: 10.1093/database/bay016.

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Thesis:

Biophysical Insights into dietary antioxidants as cyclooxygenase modulators. Julia Liang. Thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, RMIT University 2018.

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Thesis:

Interaction of dietary phenolic compounds with monoamine oxidase enzymes in major depressive disorder. Vivian Xu. Thesis submitted as partial requirement for Bachelor of Biomedicine (Degree with Honors) for the University of Melbourne 2018.

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Book Chapter:

Cellular and Molecular Effects of Bioactive Phenolic Compounds in Olives and Olive Oil. Nancy B. Ray, Nicholas T. Lam, Raymond Luc, Natalie P. Bonvino and Tom C. Karagiannis. In: Olive and Olive Oil Bioactive Constituents-Chapter 3, p.53 (Editor: Dimitrios Boskou) 2015 AOCS Press, Urbana, IL.

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Book Chapter:

Bioactive Olive Oil Polyphenols in the Promotion of Health. Nancy B. Ray, Kyle D. Hilsabeck, Tom C. Karagiannis and D. Elizabeth McCord. In: The Role of Functional Food Security in Global Health-Chapter 36, p.623 (Editors: Ram B. Singh, Ronald Ross Watson and Toru Takahashi) 2019 Academic Press, London, UK.

OLIVAMINE ORIGINAL ARTICLES

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Brain Health

The Beneficial Effects of Olivamine on Brain Health. Nancy B. Ray, PhD and Darlene McCord, PhD, FAPWCA.

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Brain Health

Environmental Toxins and Brain Health. Nancy B. Ray, PhD.

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Diabetes

The Anti-Diabetic Effects of Hydroxytyrosol from Olea Europaea. Nancy B. Ray, PhD and Darlene McCord, PhD, FAPWCA.

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Cancer

The Patented Anti-Cancer Effects of Hydroxytyrosol from Olea Europaea. Nancy B. Ray, PhD and Darlene McCord, PhD, FAPWCA.

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Aging

The Anti-Aging Effects of Patented Hydroxytyrosol. Nancy B. Ray, PhD and Darlene McCord, PhD, FAPWCA.

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Angiogenesis and Bioenergy

The Angiogenic and Bioenergetic Effects of the McCord Compound. Thomas Karagiannis, PhD, Nancy B. Ray, PhD, Elizabeth McCord, PhD, FAPWCA.

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Wound Healing

Using Olivamine-Containing Products to Reduce Pruritic Symptoms Associated with Localized Lymphedema. Darlene McCord PhD, FAPWCA and Jane Fore MD, CCWS, FAPWCA.

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Wound Healing

The Beneficial Effects of Olivamine-Containing Skin Shield for Reducing the Risk of Tracheostomy-Associated Skin Breakdown and Dermal Scarring. Nancy B. Ray, PhD and Elizabeth McCord, PhD, FAPWCA. (P0604)

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Wound Healing

The Beneficial Effects of Olivamine-Containing Skin Shield on Wound Healing and Reducing Post-Operative Dermal Scarring. Nancy B. Ray, PhD and Elizabeth McCord, PhD, FAPWCA. (P0603)