menadione


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Synonyms for menadione

a form of vitamin K

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Tenders are invited for Supply of prochlorperazine md tab 5 mg, ondansetron inj 2 ml ampules, dicyclomine 10 mg+mefenamic acid 250 mg tab, liquid paraffin 200 ml syp, ethamsylate 250 mg+ trenexamic acid 250 mg tab, menadione (vit k) inj 1 ml etc.
Vitamin K exists as vitamin Kl (phylloquinone), which is abundant in many vegetables; vitamin K2 (menaquinone), which the body produces in the digestive tract and which is provided by some animal products; and vitamin K3, the synthetic form known as menadione.
Vitamin K exists as vitamin K1 (phylloquinone), which is abundant in many vegetables; vitamin K2 (menaquinone), which the body produces in the digestive tract and which is provided by some animal products; and vitamin K3, the synthetic form known as menadione.
025 mg; all-rac-a -tocopherol acetate, 12,5 mg; menadione (menadione sodium bisulfate), 1.
For instance, the observed decreased relaxation and increased contraction of blood vessels induced by menadione was partly explained by inhibition of NO pathway via the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS).
Eighteen millilitres of BHIa (Brain Heart Infusion Agar) and SCHa (Agar Schaedler) culture media were supplemented with 5mg/ml hemin and 1mg/ml menadione and added to tubes containing 2ml of the different components at the various concentrations.
2014) suggested that the suppression of an ovarian cancer cell (OVCAR-3) invasion via FAK and integrin-[beta]1 inhibition by menadione could be attributed to its promoting effect on ROS formation.
Prior to each assay an aliquot of XTT was thawed and menadione (10 mM prepared in acetone) was added to a final concentration of 50 M.
12 * Vitamin premix, diluted in cellulose, contained the following vitamins (measured in milligrams per kilogram diet): vitamin A, 350,000 IU; vitamin D3,450,00 IU; vitamin E, 20 g; menadione, 7.
Then 50 [micro]l of XTT (1 mg/mL) and 4 [micro]l menadione (1 mM) solutions were added to each well.
4 mM solution of menadione (Sigma-Aldrich) in acetone was prepared before each assay.
use of metabolic compounds 'cocktails' to increase muscle oxidative capacity with the use of combinations of oxygen species scavengers like menadione with K3, vitamin C, riboflavin, carnitine and creatine.