Bilirubin was first discovered by Rudolf Virchow in 1847 by the name haematoidin. It is a brownish yellow compound found in the bile and is produced when the liver breaks down red blood cells.
Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization (FISH) is a molecular diagnostic method which needs nucleic acid probes, including nucleic acid analogs that has been labeled directly with fluorophores, ribonucleic acid (RNA), deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), or proficient to have an indirect alliance with fluorophores.
It is said that Yerba mate as a beverage has the power of coffee and the health benefits of tea and the exhilaration of chocolate, all in one.
Sesame oil is extracted from sesame seeds, which is lesser known for vegetable oils; in fact it is one of the healthiest vegetable oil alternatives.
Malt whisky is whisky which is fabricated from a fermented mash which is produced mainly from a 100% malted grain.
A facial cleanser is a face care product which is used to eliminate makeup, clean off excess oil, grime and debris, dead skin cells, dirt and several other types of pollutants from the facial skin.
Mountain bikes are normally ridden on mountain trails, logging roads, single tracks and other unpaved situations.
Sunscreens, a.k.a. suncreams are products available in the form of lotion, cream, gel, spray, lip balms etc., are combination of various ingredients which help prevent the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation from reaching the skin, and therefore protecting the skin from any kind of sunburn.
An automotive sun visor is used to block the harsh rays of the sun and shield eyes from the sun’s glare. At present in automotive industry and aircraft, sets of sun visors are equipped to be put to use by the driver and the passenger in the seat next to the driver.