www.foxgotyou.uk Review:

The Fox Got You - From plants to drugs, Francoise Sergy, art and science, digital art, photography, foxglove, digoxin, Galega, metformin, Taxus, paclitaxel, docetaxel, autumn crocus, colchicine, white willow, meadowsweet, aspirin

  • http://www.foxgotyou.uk/plantstodrugsapikruidendrogerijroijkrulimehurstoncotec.html The Fox Got You: From Plants to Drugs - plants based drugs, natural products chemistry, medicinal herbs, pharmaceutical companies, chemical extraction, semi-synthesis, Kruidendrogerij ROIJKRU, Rooijakkers, digoxin, Digitalis lanata, paclitaxel, docetaxel, Taxus baccata, Limehurst Ltd, Michael Howlett, Philippe Wanty, Oncotec Pharma Produktion GmbH, Jan-Arne Gewert, digital imaging artwork, artist Francoise Sergy
  • http://www.foxgotyou.uk/galegametforminmrcmbumitochondriaglucophage.html The Fox Got You: Galega and Metformin - From plants to drugs, goat's rue, Galega officinalis, metformin, glucophage, type 2 diabetes, insulin, galegine, biguanide, Jean Sterne, Aron Laboratories, UK Prospective Diabetes Study, mitochondria, complex I, biomedical science, Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Sir John Walker, Dr Sara Vidoni, Dr Rhiannon Lloyd, digital imaging artwork, artist Francoise Sergy, Oxford Botanic Garden, Wanstead Park, Burgess Park, M25, M11, 5-spot burnet moth, Zygaena trifolii
  • http://www.foxgotyou.uk/laboratoryvisitsmrcmbucmcbwhrijohnwalkerjohnvane.html The Fox Got You: Laboratory Visits - biomedical science, biochemistry, pharmacology, fluorescence microscope, chromatography, fermentor, MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Professor Sir John Walker, Dr Hannah Bridges, Dr Judy Hirst, Dr James Blaza, metformin, complex I, mitochondria, William Harvey Research Institute, Sir John Vane, Professor Roderick Flower, Professor Tim Warner, Dr Thomas Höfer, Dr Francesca Rauzi, prostaglandins, platelets, endothelial cells, blood plasma, aspirin, Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology, Dr Anne Straube, Daniel Roth, Dr Ulrike Theisen, microtubules, tubulin, paclitaxel, cancer cells, digital imaging artwork, artist Francoise Sergy
  • http://www.foxgotyou.uk/links.html The Fox Got You: links - Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology, William Harvey Research Institute, Kruidendrogerij ROIJKRU, Limehurst Ltd, Oncotec Pharma Produktion GmbH, William Withering, James Gillray, Edward Stone, Ancient Yew Group, Poison Garden, Plants For A Future, Oxford Botanic Garden, South London Botanical Institute, Bristol Botanic Garden, Reading Harris Garden, Kingley Vale Nature Reserve, Audley End House and Gardens, Wakehurst Place, Witton Lane Seeds

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  • Carolyn Sampson - I am very disappointed in Hairfinity. It did not live up to the hype.

    Because of the glowing testimonials from users of Hairfinity I purchased my first 3 bottles in October of 2015. I can't express how excited and hopeful I was. Since I saw no improvement in 3 months I thought I needed more time so I ordered another 3 bottles. I am now in my 5th month of taking the supplements and there is still no improvement in the condition of my hair. I am highly disappointed in this product and feel it was a complete waste of time and money.

  • WeatherMan - love the ability to store the files in the cloud ...

    I have been using this product for about a year and refrained from comment until now. Office 2013 Professional Plus is every bit the program I wanted. Unlike others, love the ability to store the files in the cloud (OneDrive). So why 1 star you ask? Because it is WHITE, eye straining, eye watering bright white. Open any search engine and you will see loads of complaints about this issue. I waited and waited and waited for a fix - NOTHING, NADA, ZILCH was the MS Response. You can choose Dark Grey which is useless as best I can tell. I sometimes cannot even tell if I am actually highlighting the text. There is little to no contrast with the offered color scheme (3 to be precise) and I have to take breaks from the document due to eye strain. You would think that after so many complaints, other color schemes would be offered. How hard would it be for a programmer to take the code form office 2010, tweak it, and offer it to those customers who feel as I do. I am actually looking for an after market fix from another vendor since Microsoft flat out does not care what the customer thinks.. Some people may have no problem at all but for this over 60 individual, it is deplorable. I do not recommend anyone purchase this product until you actually try it out first. As for me, I use it on my notebook with Windows 8.1, save it on the Sky Drive and then use Office 2007 and my old desktop when the eyestrain gets to be too much. Personally, I would not upgrade until this issue is fixed.

  • b_davis - Does not dry my skin out

    I am in love with this cleanser! I use serums on a daily basis, and this product was a great addition to my daily skin routine. I love what vitamin C serums do for my skin, and this cleanser works as well as I hoped it would. I also love that it has rosehip oil, which I believe enhances the skin brightening and helps with providing moisture for my skin. My skin is so smooth and soft after using this cleanser, and makes my face feel clean and fresh. The cleanser also has a wonderful, fresh, citrus scent. I wish the bottle were bigger and came with more than 4oz., but a little does go a long way. If you are serious about your skin care routine and are looking for something that has anti-aging benefits, I recommend you give this product a try. On a side not, personally, I have been trying to get my husband to start using some of my anti-aging skin products and I can not get him to use the regular serums. I keep this cleanser in the shower, and he actually does like using this. So, if you want to get a man to add some anti-aging products into his routine, this is an easy way to sneak some skin care into your man's life. I hope that this review was helpful!