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Government Sponsored Enterprise

A privately held or publicly traded company created by the U.S. Government for some purpose thought to benefit the American economy. For example, Freddie Mac was originally a GSE created to encourage homeownership among middle class and working class Americans. Because it is "sponsored" but not owned by the government, GSE stocks carry higher risk than, say, Treasury securities, which are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States. However, GSEs have an implicit guarantee that the government will not allow them to fail. Indeed, when Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac collapsed in 2008 they almost instantly received federal assistance.
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GSE

See government-sponsored enterprise.

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Mechanism of the endothelium-dependent relaxation evoked by a grape seed extract. Clin Sci (Lond).
(v) Aronia extract or grape seed extract at the final concentration of 50 [micro]g/mL,
There is some published data available regarding use of grape by-products such as grape seed extracts or grape pomace in poultry (Brenes et al.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide, adding to its benefits, claim that grape seed extracts if combined with chemotherapy can help improving treatment of bowel cancer.
Grape seed extract has no known adverse interactions with medications or other supplements, but theoretically it may enhance the blood-thinning effects of anticoagulant drugs like warfarin (Coumadin).
The cytotoxic effects of grape seed extract (GSE) on the growth of oral squamous cell carcinoma (KB cell line) were determined by MTT and trypan blue assays as shown in Figures 1 and 2.
Russell Brown, KLBD Commercial Consultant, commented: "KLBD, as the largest kosher agency in Europe, is very pleased to have kosher certified Indena's grape seed extracts. This is a culmination of several years' hard work; a team effort between their production people and our rabbinical experts."
What is Grape seed extract? The extract is taken from the seeds of red grapes and has undergone research to become one of the leading natural medicines in Europe.
The Bare Hands Lavender & Mint Nourishing Hand and Cuticle Cream contain vitamins, grape seed extract and shea butter to moisturize and rejuvenate dry skin.The Bare Foot Lavender & Mint Healing Foot Cream is intended to hydrates and softens dry skin, while improving skin tone and elasticity.
A combination of an electrostatic spray of 2% tartaric acid and 2% grape seed extract, and a spray of 2% malic acid and 2% grape seed extract led to more reductions in bacterial log numbers--3.3 to 3.6 logs CFU per g and 1.5 to 3.8 logs CFU per g, respectively--compared to the control: 6.8 to 7.5 logs CFU per g.
Grape seed extract is a naturally occurring plant substance that contains a concentrated source of antioxidant nutrients known as oligomeric proanthocyanidins more commonly known as OPCs.
Note: The trade name "Pycnogenol" refers solely to French maritime pine, not to grape seed extract. In the US, some grape seed extract products have been marketed as a source of pycnogenols, a generic term for oligomeric proanthocyanidins found in grapes, cocoa, cranberries, apples, and some supplements - including Pycnogenol.