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a salt or ester of citric acid

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cause to form a salt or ester of citric acid

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Toxic effects of clomiphene citrate range from mild (secondary side effects) to severe (genotoxic effects).
2001) suggested that clomiphene citrate may be adduct forming compound, which is able to inhibit replication if the cell lack DNA polymerase, or it may produce framshift mutations after replications.
Clomiphene citrate available in 50 mg tablets, under the trade name of clomitab was used in this experiment.
Clomiphene citrate has been the principal drug used for induction of ovulation in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
Citrate esters include triethylcitrate, acetylated triethyl citrate, tributyl citrate, and acetylated tributyl citrate.
Mineral Products: Calcium carbonate, calcium citrate, calcium oxide, magnesium carbonate, magnesium oxide, zinc oxide
Mineral Products: Calcium threonate, L-selenomethionine, calcium citrate, calcium and magnesium chelates
Mineral Products: Boron amino acid chelates, calcium amino acid chelates, calcium chloride, calcium lactate, calcium citrus soluble chelates, chromium amino acid chelates, chromium polynicontinate, copper amino acid chelates, iron amino acid chelates, iron fumerate, magnesium amino acid chelates, magnesium citrate, magnesium oxide, manganese amino acid chelates, potassium chloride, potassium sulfate, selenium triturate, zinc amino acid chelates, zinc chloride, zinc gluconate, zinc oxide, zinc picolinate
Gadot specializes in development and manufacturing of high quality materials derived from carbohydrates, such as citric acid, citrates, phosphates and other metabolic derivatives.
Moreover, these citrate based minerals provide the solubility (up to 20%) and mineral content for liquid products, even in applications that are clear.
organic, renewable resources, such as citrate esters.
An increasing number of toy manufacturers are switching to plasticizers made with citrate esters, which have a long history of safe use and widespread regulatory acceptance.