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  • Long-acting preparations of Exenatide Acetate
    Long-acting preparations of Exenatide Acetate Diabetes is a common chronic disease in modern society, thus the development of antidiabetic drugs and relevant formulations are of prime importance.1–3 It is widely accepted that type 2 diabetes mellitus is caused by a genetic defect in leptin signaling, which leads to low sympathetic activity. A reduced level of sympathetic Exenatide Acetate...
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  • Last Tree Standing short film review
    Last Tree Standing short film review A combination of cinematic styles and genres that coalesce into a heartbreaking story of survival, filmmaker Agnes Peel-McGregor's Fantasy movie short film Last Tree Standing is a throwback to the glory days of movies like The NeverEnding Story and Willow. With an incredible visual landscape and impressive scale, audiences are transported into a dystopian...
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  • The Director: A Comedy About Homelessness short film
    The Director: A Comedy About Homelessness short film You can’t expect to walk in a city like  and not be struck by the issue of homelessness. More than 300,000 people are homeless in the UK, 8000 of whom reside on the streets of London. Roll up Patrick Ireland, the creative director of Shout Out UK – a political website for the youth of today. In his mockumentary short The...
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  • The Road Movie documentary
    The Road Movie documentary This movie is nuts. Russian documentarian Dmitrii Kalashnikov has gathered dashcam footage and assembled it into something fresh, wild and intriguing with The Road Movie. Dashcams are apparently ubiquitous across pulls together a smattering of amazing clips to create an image that’s both universal and deeply Russian. If you worry that you’ll basically be...
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  • Anti-fatigue effects of salidroside in mice
    Anti-fatigue effects of salidroside in mice Methods Totally 120 normal male Kunming mice were randomized into 5 groups (4 groups and the control group) based on body weight. The control group was given distilled water and the 4 intervention groups were given various  (60, 180, 360, 720 mg/kg) for 15 consecutive days, respectively. The levels of lactate, serum urea nitrogen,...
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  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald film review
    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald film review Maybe they miss the romantic notion of outsiders among outsiders, or the oh-so-earnest world of good versus evil. enchanted a generation with a densely populated world of magic and mayhem and an awful lot of people long to go back. So many, in fact, that they will mostly settle for the sloppy bastard Fantastic Beast Fantasy movie...
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  • Why Comedy Makes Everything Better
    Why Comedy Makes Everything Better  their plans to have some fun is going to result in a suspenseful, sinister and dramatic night. Gerry, Bryan and Erol are three student friends, who live in Spring Valley, California. The summer holidays are almost over and they want to make the most of their remaining free time. Much to their delight, two girls from school invite them to a party. Later...
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  • Dark Romance short film
    This is an entertainingly subversive short film, which deceives the audience into foolishly thinking they’re watching one genre, before totally indulging in that classic cinematic trick of: ‘pulling the rug out from underneath’ the audience, and pursuing a completely different direction. The basic premise, as with the setting, is one that’s complicit in this mundane lull...
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  • The Road Movie documentary
    The Road Movie documentary This movie is nuts. Russian documentarian Dmitrii Kalashnikov has gathered dashcam footage and assembled it into something fresh, wild and intriguing with The Road Movie. Dashcams are apparently ubiquitous across Russia and Kalashnikov Documentary movie pulls together a smattering of amazing clips to create an image that’s both universal and deeply Russian. If...
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  • The Rider BFI London Film Festival
    The Rider BFI London Film Festival How do you get your balance back when you (literally) lose the grip of your life's reigns? This dilemma is at the core of Chloé Zhoa's The Rider. With autobiographical content and troubling themes of identity and purpose, this entry into the Journey thread of the 2017 BFI London Film Festival Western movie is a worthy exploration of what is means to...
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