Melatonin-dose for anti-aging

Kevin Goldstein keving at primenet.com
Sun Dec 10 04:20:40 EST 1995


In article <Pine.3.89.9512061209.B4390-0100000 at lex.lccc.edu> rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU (Ron Blue) writes:
>From: rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU (Ron Blue)
>Subject: Re: Melatonin-dose for anti-aging
>Date: 6 Dec 1995 09:48:23 -0800

>On 5 Dec 1995, David Gore wrote:
>> Why not weigh the water each evening and each morning? The difference would 
>> be how much water they drank (you may have to allow for some evaporation).
>> Dave Gore
>Mice probably get a lot of their water from their food, not by drinking
>water.  This would be a poor operational definition.

>Maybe you should mix it in the food ( a few pellets)  if they eat them
>they get the rest of the food.  Ron Blue

We don't care how much water they drank *total*, only how much melatonin-laced 
water they drank, and that _would_ be determined by weighing the water before 
and after replacing it each day. Look back at what we are trying to do here.

-Kevin Goldstein





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