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by reinkehe last modified Aug 20, 2010 02:53 PM
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Faculty, student research probes antiviral pros of cranberries, fruits

Faculty, student research probes antiviral pros of cranberries, fruits

You might want to think twice if you typically pass on the cranberries at Thanksgiving. While they may be a long way from zeroing in on the smoking gun, a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student and faculty research collaboration is on the hunt for compounds with antiviral activity in cranberries, other Wisconsin fruits and juices and some more exotic varieties.