glycolic acid

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a translucent crystalline compound found in sugar cane and sugar beets and unripe grapes

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Either Ti glycolate (9b) or Ti/Li glycolate (9c) was prepared after heating the TIPT with or without Li acetate dihydrate in ethylene glycol.
The commercial preparation commonly available as Cytotec tablets that contain the inactive ingredients hydrogenated castor oil, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, and sodium starch glycolate.
Glycolate metabolism of three submerged aquatic anagiosperms during aging.
Sulfite affects the carbon fixation, ribulose biphosphate carboxylase, glycolate oxidase activity, and photophosphorylation [25].
Various methods for the synthesis of spinels have been studied, such as co-precipitation of the hydroxides and oxylates, complexometric (sol-gel) synthesis through glycolate, ethylenediaminetetraacetate (EDTA), fumarate and citrate intermediates, organometallic synthesis in a polymer matrices, mechanochemical methods using binary oxides and synthesis within silica ampoules[4, 5].
36,37) Ethylene glycol is metabolized predominantly by alcohol dehydrogenase and aldehyde dehydrogenase to produce metabolites, including glycolate, which causes acute tubular injury, and oxalic acid, which binds calcium to form calcium oxalate that precipitates in the kidney.
The blockade of EG metabolism with fomepizole (or ethanol) to prevent formation of glycolate and oxalate is the mainstay of current therapy for early stages of EG poisoning.
nitrate reductase, glyoxylate dehydrogenase or glycolate dehydrogenase) in regulation of oxalate in plants through physiological, biochemical and molecular approaches.
9) Suitable anionic polysaccharides for this purpose are claimed to be selected from aluminum starch octenylsuccinate, sodium starch octenylsuccinate, calcium starch octenylsuccinate, distarch phosphates, hydroxyethyl starch phosphates, hydroxypropyl starch phosphates, sodium carboxymethyl starches, and sodium starch glycolate.
The use of isopropanol as solvent in carboxymethylation reaction is to provide miscibility and accessibility of the etherifying reagent to the reaction center of the cellulose chain rather than glycolate formation (Pushpamalar et al.
Cost and quality advantages will extend market opportunities for starch-based pharmaceutical excipients, with pregelatinized starch fillers and binders and sodium starch glycolate disintegrants realizing the best sales growth.
Those authors believed that the parent compound is assembled from a polyketide chain, with glycolate as a starter unit and subsequent additions of acetate (Daranas et al.
The 1st step in the diagnostic process involves measurement of urinary oxalate, glycolate, and/or Lglycerate, followed by enzymatic analysis of AGT (in liver) or GR/ HPR (in lymphocytes), or genetic testing of the AGXT gene for PH1 or the GRHPR gene for PH2.
sativus (15mg), lactose (filler), magnesium stearate (lubricant) and sodium starch glycolate (disintegrant).