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Synonyms for EDTA

a complex molecule used medically to chelate metal ions in cases of lead or heavy metal poisoning

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It was concluded that the required amount of EDTA to produce calcium-free and low-calcium water for aquaculture research can be derived from the following expression: y = -0.
Among the organic dispersants, EDTA [1], versicol w13 [2], and polyvinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) [3], carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) [4] have been tailored in the past two decades.
3 respectively) while EDTA chelates divalent cations, such as Ca2+ at neutral pH (7.
I suggest you follow your doctor's recommendations regarding any additional supplements you may need to take for minerals lost while taking EDTA.
Bovine pulp tissue was used to test the dissolving ability of different NaOCl concentrations, and of NaOCl combined with EDTA.
1999) observaram que, em iaque (Bos grunniens), ocorre discreto aumento da FOE quando utilizado o EDTA, nao apresentando diferenca em relacao a heparina, havendo maior incremento da fragilidade quando utilizado oxalato de amonio.
EDTA disk synergy (EDS) test: EDTA disk synergy (EDS) test was done with simultaneous testing of two different [beta]-lactams (meropenem and ceftazidime), for detection of metallo-[beta]-lactamases in the meropenem resistant isolates (3).
In as little as one day after the venipuncture, the sample collected in EDTA and kept at room temperature began to show significant degenerative changes in leukocyte and erythrocyte morphology.
Blood samples were collected in a sterile EDTA containing tube and processed following our established laboratory procedure, then report of each patient generated.
diabetic patients treated with EDTA chelation and high-dose multivitamins was indicated.
Se empleo una estrategia de busqueda electronica en la que se incluyeron estudios que evaluaran el efecto del EDTA, el acido citrico y la tetraciclina, como agentes desmineralizantes de la dentina, y el efecto que causan sobre esta.
Keywords: Bone marrow aspirate, Direct smear, EDTA smear.
Considering the increase in intracellular calcium due to cell membrane damage in FT sperm (6,32) and with respect to the beneficial effects of antioxidants on these sperm, (7,16,17,20) we sought to examine the simultaneous effect of Trolox as an antioxidant and EDTA as a calcium chelator on FT sperm.
A well-known strong chelating agent, EDTA, is also included in Table 1 as a standard reference for comparison purpose.
When technicians collect the specimen onto the slide, they wash it with EDTA solution for about 10 seconds.