dextrose


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Related to dextrose: Maltodextrin, sucralose
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an isomer of glucose that is found in honey and sweet fruits

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glycines showed very strong acid production for (carbon sources) sucrose, dextrose and glucose sources, which was observed by clear change in the colour from blue to straw yellow colour.
The researchers randomized nulliparous women carrying monofetal pregnancies to term in the DEXTRONS (Use of Normal Saline With or Without Dextrose During Induction of Labor in Nulliparous) trial.
Isolated endophytic fungus JAS-2 was maintained in potato dextrose agar (PDA) and incubated in BOD incubator.
In patients with diabetic mellitus treatment of 50% dextrose and methylprednisolone were not given.
collectively accounted for the largest portion of the glucose, dextrose, and maltodextrin market in 2015.
The aim of evaluating the effects of creatine intake incorporated with dextrose in athletes performance through repeated sprints performed by football athletes.
Patients received 3 injections of either hypertonic dextrose or saline tendon insertions every 4 weeks, with needle touching bone at the supracondylar ridge, lateral epicondyle, and annular ligament.
Samples of metronidazole (flagyl injection, Sanofi Aventis, Pakistan), sodium chloride injection and dextrose injection (Plasaline and plades-5 injections, Outsuka, Pakistan) and water for injection (Tabros Pharma, Pakistan) were purchased from authentic distributors.
Tate and Lyle reported that their dextrose is not made with animal ingredients or processing aids.
The determinations of the carbon and nitrogen contents of the diet, dextrose, molasses, and wheat bran were done using a CHN Analyzer (PerkinElemr[R] Series PE 2400).
Product is then stored in a curing room after which it can be cleaned from excess starch or dextrose and packed.
Nitrogen content in the Diet 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, corn starch, and dextrose was analyzed to be 0.
Harris' thesis showed that dextrose gel is a safe and effective treatment that can be recommended for first-line treatment of hypoglycaemia in late preterm and term babies.
1 Fresh dates have soft, digestible flesh and contain simple sugars, such as fructose and dextrose.
Prof Jane Harding and her team at the University of Auckland Dextrose said that gel treatment costs just over 1 pound per baby and is simpler to administer than glucose via a drip.