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Ronald T Stanko: Method for preventing body fat deposition in mammals. Montefiore Hospital, Thomas H Murray, Clifford A Poff, September 28, 1982: US04351835 (50 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing the rate of liver triglyceride synthesis and body fat deposition in mammals by orally administering over a prolonged period a therapeutic mixture of effective amounts of pyruvate and dihydroxyacetone to which may be added riboflavin. The method also has the effect of increasing ...


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for preventing body fat deposition in mammals. Montefiore Hospital, Thomas H Murray, Clifford A Poff, October 22, 1985: US04548937 (37 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing the weight gain in mammals by orally administering over a prolonged period therapeutically effective amounts of pyruvate to which may be added riboflavin. The method also has the effect of increasing the body protein concentration.


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Ronald T Stanko: Prevention of the accumulation of fatty deposits in the liver. Thomas H Murray, June 12, 1979: US04158057 (31 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for preventing the accumulation of fatty deposits in mammalian livers due to ingestion of alcohol. The method consists of administering a suitable dosage of a mixture of pyruvate and dihydroxyacetone to which riboflavin may also be added.


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for preventing body fat deposition in mammals. Montefiore Hospital, Thomas H Murray, Clifford A Poff, November 15, 1983: US04415576 (29 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing the rate of liver triglyceride synthesis and body fat deposition in mammals by orally administering over a prolonged period a therapeutic mixture of effective amounts of pyruvate and dihydroxyacetone to which may be added riboflavin. The method also has the effect of increasing ...


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for preventing body fat deposition in mammals. The Montefiore Hospital Society of Western Pennsylvania, Harry B Keck, March 14, 1989: US04812479 (25 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing the weight gain in an animal by orally administering ver a prolonged period a therapeutically effective amount of dihydroxyacetone to which may be added riboflavin. The method also includes administering dihydroxyacetone and/or pyruvate in therapeutically effective amounts to i ...


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for preventing body fat deposition in animals. Montefiore Hospital, Thomas H Murray, Clifford A Poff, February 24, 1987: US04645764 (24 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing body fat deposition in non-mammals such as chickens by orally administering over a prolonged period a therapeutic mixture of effective amounts of pyruvate and dihydroxyacetone to which may be added riboflavin. The method also increases the total body protein of the non-mammal.


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for treating a medical patient for cardiac trauma. Montefiore University Hospital, Harry B Keck, March 15, 1994: US05294641 (21 worldwide citation)

A method for treating a medical patient prior to or during heart trauma, e.g., myocardial infarction, angina and ischemia. An effective dosage of pyruvate is introduced into the patient to increase the patient's cardiac output and stroke volume, to decrease the patient's heart rate and to reduce the ...


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for improving the glucose metabolism of an animal having diabetic tendencies. Montefiore Hospital Association of Western Pennsylvania, Harry B Keck, October 17, 1989: US04874790 (18 worldwide citation)

A method for treating animals having diabetic tendencies to improve the glucose metabolism of the animal by oral administration of therapeutically effective amounts of pyruvate and dihydroxyacetone. The treatment lowers Glucose Tolerance Test Values and lowers Fasting Blood Glucose Test values.


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for inhibiting generation of free-radicals. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Harry B Keck, January 2, 1996: US05480909 (13 worldwide citation)

Certain incidents in mammals trigger the generation of free-radicals which are associated with cell death. Animals experiencing such medical incidents are dosed with pyruvate salts or esters in an amount of 5 to 20 weight percent of the total carbohydrate intake. The dosage of pyruvate may be provid ...


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Ronald T Stanko: Method for lowering high blood cholesterol levels in hyperlipidemic animals and confections as the ingestion medium. The Montefiore Hospital Association of Western Pennsylvania, Harry B Keck, July 28, 1992: US05134162 (13 worldwide citation)

A process for lowering the blood cholesterol of hyperlipidemic patients by oral ingestion of pyruvate and a confection (cereal bar, fruit bar, candy) containing pyruvate as the ingestion medium.



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