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  MALT Lymphoma: Encyclopedia of Cancer
MALT lymphomas are solid tumors that originate from cancerous growth of immune cells that are recruited to secretory tissue such as the gastrointestinal tract, salivary glands, lungs, and the thyroid gland.
MALT lymphomas are generally indolent, that is, they grow slowly and cause little in the way of symptoms.
MALT lymphomas are then recognized as areas of inflammation or ulceration within the stomach.
health.enotes.com /cancer-encyclopedia/malt-lymphoma   (1532 words)

 Malt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Malting is a process applied to cereal grains, in which the grains are made to germinate and then are quickly dried before the plant develops.
Malting grains develops the enzymes that are required to modify the grain's starches into sugars.
A typical maltings is a long, single-storey building with a floor that slopes slightly from one end of the building to the other.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Malt   (445 words)

 Single malt Scotch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Single malt Scotch is traditionally distilled using a pot still, and must be distilled and matured in Scotland.
Malting is used to convert starch, (which is insoluble in water and not available for fermentation by yeast) to fermentable sugars.
Single malt Scotch is too delicate to be aged in new oak casks, as new oak would overpower the whisky with tannin and vanillin, making it overly astringent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Single_Malt_Scotch   (2162 words)

 Single Malt Scotch - Free English Encyclopedia from Turkcebilgi
The barley used to make the whisky is malted, or allowed to begin germination, by soaking the grain in water for 2-3 days and then artificially raising their temperature for eight to ten days.
Malting is used because the barley has a high content of starch, which is insoluble in water and not available for fermentation by yeast; germinating kernels produce diastase, a family of [[enzyme]]s that break the starch down into the sugar maltose.
The malt grist is combined with hot water in a stainless steel basin called a mash tun, which [[dissolve]]s all the sugar and diastase in the grist.
www.turkcebilgi.com /ansiklopedi/english/Single_malt_Scotch   (2207 words)

 MALT lymphoma
Those MALT lymphomas that arise in the stomach in response to H. pylori infections are generally successfully treated with antibiotics, which eliminate the bacteria.
MALT lymphomas occur at a frequency of about 1.5 per 100,000 people per year in the United States and account for about 10% of all non-Hodgkin's lymphomas.
The majority of MALT lymphomas appear to be the result of infectious agents, most commonly H. pylori in the stomach.
www.healthatoz.com /healthatoz/Atoz/ency/malt_lymphoma.jsp   (1593 words)

 MALT lymphoma : Cancerbackup   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
MALT lymphoma starts in Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue, which is lymphatic tissue that is found in other parts of the body such as the stomach, thyroid gland, lungs or the eyes, and is therefore known as extranodal lymphoma.
MALT lymphoma is a cancer of the B-cell lymphocytes.
The stage of MALT lymphoma describes whether the lymphoma is affecting only one area of the body – for example, the stomach – or whether it has spread to anywhere else in the body.
www.cancerbackup.org.uk /Cancertype/Lymphomanon-Hodgkins/TypesofNHL/MALT   (1130 words)

 How to Brew - By John Palmer - Malt Types and Usages
Malted wheat is used for 5-70% of the mash depending on the style.
These malts are commonly produced by increasing the curing temperatures used for base malt production, but can also be produced by toasting finished base malts for a period of time in an oven.
Various crystal malts are often added in half pound amounts to a total of 5-25% of the grain bill for a 5 gallon batch.
www.howtobrew.com /section2/chapter12-1.html   (1088 words)

 Malt & Adjunct Guide - Beer Advocate
Caramel malt is made from green malt that is produced by drying the wet germinated barley at controlled temperatures, causing the starches to convert to sugars and caramelize.
Light-colored specialty malts are kilned at higher temperatures than base malts and impart a deeper color and a fuller malt flavor and aroma to the finished beer.
Malt extracts can be used as a sole source of fermentable sugar, or they can be combined with barley malt.
beeradvocate.com /beer/101/malts.php   (2515 words)

 How to Brew - By John Palmer - Malt Extract and Beer Kits
Malt is a general term used as an abbreviation for several things associated with maltose and malted barley.
The malts that brewers talk about are the specific types of malted barley that are processed to yield a wide range of fermentable maltose sugars.
Malting is the process in which barley is soaked and drained to initiate the germination of the plant from the seed.
www.howtobrew.com /section1/chapter3.html   (464 words)

 Malt Extract Frequently Asked Questions - Midwest Homebrewing and Winemking Supplies
Malt extract is a thick, sugary syrup or dry powder prepared from malt.
It might be that the only indication given of the constituents comprising malt extract can be found on the label of some wheat malt extracts, where they proclaim a ratio of say, 65% wheat malt and 35% barley malt.
The ratio for use between the dry and syrup forms of malt extract can be approximated as follows: 1 pound of dry malt extract would roughly equal 1.2 pounds of syrup malt extract.
www.midwestsupplies.com /faq/malt_extract_faq.asp   (398 words)

 Malt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Malt Extract is the concentrated sugars extracted from malted barley.
A rule of thumb is 1 pound of malt extract per gallon of water for a light bodied beer.
Malt extract is available in Pale, Amber and Dark varieties, and can be mixed depending on the style of beer desired.
www.rpi.edu /dept/chem-eng/Biotech-Environ/beer/homebrew/malt1.html   (195 words)

 CD Baby: MALT: Malt
MALT was created as an outlet to give four L.A. musicians the freedom to create the music they wanted to play, the way they wanted to play it.
MALT's music is dynamic and accessible, lifting spirits as they play music from the heart.
Listen to MALT and experience its blend of jazz, with a hint of blues, which captures the artistic chemistry of four friends that will stand the test of time.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/malt   (291 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Malt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The sugar derived from such grains and heavy in maltose, such as baker's malt,
A product, based on malted milk, similar to a malted milkshake (ie.
Malt is used to make beer, whisky, and malt vinegar.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Malt   (301 words)

 Malt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Malt is produced by sprouting unhulled Barley or Wheat grains.
When marketed as Diastatic Malt, this simply means a changing of state from grain to sprout.
Since there are no preservatives present, store the malt in a tightly covered container in a cool location.
home.att.net /~mcdaniel.eb/malt.htm   (186 words)

 Malt Encyclopedia Article @ FreshBrewed.com (Fresh Brewed)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Malt is a rare old bargain - at 2,000
The malt came in a hand-blown bottle with no label, a waxed capsule and each bottle numbered on wax with the distillery name etched in the glass, all presented...
A constant moisture is held to promote germination and growth of the acrospire.
www.freshbrewed.com /encyclopedia/Malt   (466 words)

 Mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma
People diagnosed with MALT lymphoma of the salivary gland have often had an autoimmune disease in the past called Sjogren’s syndrome.
MALT is a low grade form of lymphoma and the response to treatment is usually very good.
This MALT lymphoma of the stomach is a special case because most cases are associated with a chronic stomach infection called Helicobacter Pylori.
www.cancerhelp.org.uk /help/default.asp?page=3963   (418 words)

 Gastric MALT lymphoma
MALT lymphomas have been described at almost all extra-nodal sites (sites other than lymph nodes), but are most commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract - the gut - (50% of all MALT lymphomas) within which the stomach is the most frequently involved area (34% overall; 50-70% of gastrointestinal MALT lymphomas).
It appears to be a contradiction that MALT lymphomas are found least frequently in sites in which MALT is normally present, like the terminal part of the small intestine, and seem only to develop when the lymphoid tissue arises in response to infection or other cause of inflammation.
More recently, and particularly after MALT lymphomas were specifically recognised in 1983, pathologists have become better at recognising the subtle features that are characteristic of this lymphoma, but there will still be instances when the confident distinction between lymphoma and an inflamed immune reaction is impossible, necessitating further endoscopic examinations.
www.lymphoma.org.uk /support/Factfiles/gastricmaltlymphoma.htm   (2824 words)

 Marin Agricultural Land Trust
Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) was the first land trust in the United States to focus on farmland preservation.
Founded in 1980 by a coalition of ranchers and environmentalists to preserve farmland in Marin County, California, MALT acquires agricultural conservation easements on farmland in voluntary transactions with landowners.
MALT has so far permanently protected 38,000 acres of land on 57 family farms and ranches.
www.malt.org   (114 words)

 Malt Extract
The first of 4 major ingredients in your batch will be malt, Malt, (malted Barley, Wheat etc.) provides the fermentable material for your batch, Malt also contributes flavor and color to the finished beer.
Malt can be bought in its natural grain form, malt syrup, or spray dried (DME) malt.
Muntons Dried Malt Extract 3lb bags (unless otherwise noted) DME is used the same as liquid malt.
www.oldwestbrew.com /malt.htm   (333 words)

 Malt Flour, The Malt Company : Barley Malt, Wheat Malt, Malt Extract
Malt flours are produced by milling grains of malted cereals.
Coloured and dark malt flours are principally used for flavour, texture improvement and appearance enhancement in all areas of the food industry.
Nutritionally, dark malt flours have high carbohydrate levels with significant levels of protein and fiber and low levels of fat.
www.maltcompany.com /malt_flour.htm   (460 words)

 Allrecipes | Cook's Encyclopedia | malt syrup
Found in health-food stores, malt syrup has an earthy, full-bodied flavor and is 75 to 80 percent as sweet as honey.
Plain malt syrup is sweeter than the hop-flavored style, which has a bitter edge.
Malt syrup may be substituted for other syrupy sweeteners.
allrecipes.com /advice/ref/ency/terms/7349.asp   (92 words)

 Malt Shovel
This Malt Shovel Craft Brewing Kit is all malt, with no sugar or other adjuncts - so your brew will have a richer character and texture, luscious flavours and a fuller mouth feel.
A combination of lager malt, caramalt, chocolate malt, roasted barley, roasted malt and malted oats brews together to produce a balanced malt character.
Its round flavour profile of chocolate, sweet malt and roasted caramel is complemented by subtle notes of liquorice.
www.thbs.intas.net /malt_shovel.htm   (536 words)

 Simpsons Malt : Welcome to the Home of Good Malt
Simpsons Malt supply malted barley to the brewing, distilling and food industries in the U.K. and rest of the world.
A wide range of speciality malt is manufactured in their own malting plants in Northumberland, Norfolk and Essex in the UK, including peated malts for use in the manufacture of malt whiskies.
Simpson’s customer base includes users of malt from the smallest of micro-brewers who take pre-milled malt in small consignments, to the largest multi-national drinks producers who take malted grain in bulk deliveries.
www.simpsonsmalt.co.uk   (122 words)

Malt, B.C., Sloman, S.A., and Gennari, S. Universality and language specificity in object naming.
Malt, B. and Sloman, S. Linguistic diversity and object naming by non-native speakers of English.
Malt, B.C., Sloman, S.A., Gennari, S., Shi, M., and Wang, Y. Knowing versus naming: Similarity and the linguistic categorization of artifacts.
www.lehigh.edu /~inpsy/malt.html   (134 words)

 MALT Lymphomas
MALT lymphomas comprise approximately 5% of all NHLs in the United States.
MALT lymphoma occurs in people from all geographic areas and all ethnic and racial groups.
Immunological and molecular analysis of B lymphocytes in low-grade MALT lymphoma of the stomach.
www.lymphomation.org /type-malt.htm   (2886 words)

 Malt Company : Manufactureres of Barley Malt, Wheat Malt, Malt Extract
Established in the Year 1970 and incorporated under the Indian Companies Act, The Malt Company (India) Limited, is one of the largest Maltings in India.
The first unit is situated at Khandsa Road, Gurgaon, with capacity to produce nearly 24000 tons of Barley Malt, 15000 tons of Liquid Malt Extract (LME) and 1000 tons of Dried Malt Extract (DME), per annum.
The second unit is a state of the art Malting plant with German technology situated in village Gadaipur, Tehsil Pataudi, District Gurgaon.
www.maltcompany.com /maltcompany_profile.htm   (420 words)

 Malt's Plants- Anguilla Local News
Hidden away on Rey Hill, fifty yards off the road, is a jungle-like nursery of plants in all stages of growth.
Malt's Plants raises tropical plants from seeds and cuttings: palms, oleanders, whatever is needed for landscaping.
Malt only grows plants that thrive in Anguilla and specializes in palm trees.
www.news.ai /ref/malts.html   (124 words)

 A History of Malt Liquor
Malt Liquor was living in a world of double meanings, metaphor and sly winks until it took up with a crowd of musicians.
Malt liquor is an artificial beer style, a style that requires human engineering to override limits placed by nature.
Malt liquor can be produced more cheaply than regular lager beer, but not because it is made from the waste products of brewing.
home.earthlink.net /~ggghostie/maltliquor.html   (10169 words)

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