edited: mullet already addressed my comment..
Penn State is one of the leading research institutions in nutrition and exercise science, just FYI.
It is THE leading public institution for engineering research.
And they really know how to make ice cream
Ben and Jerry learned to make ice cream in Penn's program, doesn't get better then that.
Yeah, it's a pretty stable area to live next to. I'm like 8 minutes away form campus.
Apparently now they are not releasing them because the participants are uncomfortable with their panels being posted............ LOL
While you often choose to type prior to digesting the material in front of you, I courteously explained that this trial was a receptor assay - that is, it contained no human participants. The blood abstracts, in this context, are entirely redundant considering the adjunct Indigo Biosciences trial on the AR revealed absolutely no possibility for intrinsic action at the AR - i.e., no androgenic action. To make a certain few individuals uncomfortable to prove a redundancy seems more humorous than not releasing them, IMHO.
This thread was just another hype to go nowhere post once again... Score one for WATERCHESTNUTS!!
We conducted a trial in an attempt to illuminate PRIME's MoA; we will continue to do so in the future. I posted the trial, and preceded its posting with an explanation as to the gravity of the results. I do not feel your points are well proven here.
Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier
Fortunately for the consumer, this Penn State Study is the first step in a thorough legitimization process that USPlabs is embarking on with PRIME; it (the Penn State study) will be accompanied by an objective trial of sorts (The Staley Report), where trainees were selected away from mainstream boards (and the associated biases ? positive or negative) and thoroughly recorded their progress under Charles Staley; it will also be accompanied by the release of the Beta Tester's blood abstracts which, along with this particular study, will display no cyto-toxicity and no suppression of endogenous hormones.
So i guess your above statement was purely BS?