aluminium hydroxide

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Synonyms for aluminium hydroxide

white crystalline compound that occurs naturally as the mineral gibbsite

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Four groups containing seven BALB/c mice were immunized subcutaneously with 10 [micro]g of OVA (InvivoGen, USA) in combination with 15% (v/v) Alhydrogel [2% Al(OH)3, InvivoGen, USA], 0.5% (v/v) xanthan polysaccharide, or 0.9% (v/v) endotoxin-free sterile saline (<0.1 EU/mL, InvivoGen, USA).
In contrast, Alhydrogel exhibited growth inhibition rates above 50%, demonstrating cytotoxic effect in fibroblasts cells.
Observation of the cells treated with Alhydrogel 15% (Figure 2(b), (C)) identified damaged cellular membrane with uptake by PI, with morphological alterations when compared to the untreated control.
In addition, whereas mice that received OVA in Alhydrogel mounted a strong IgG response, mice vaccinated with OVA-xanthan exhibited only IgG1 response.
The particles obtained were cationic, monodispersed and stably less than 65 nm in size upon one month storage at 4[degrees]C unlike the large particles obtained using conventional alhydrogel beads.
Caption: Figure 3: PMNs release extracellular DNA in response to Alhydrogel in vitro.
Immunogenicity in rhesus of the Plasmodium vivax mosquito stage antigen Pvs25H with Alhydrogel and Montanide ISA 720.
Each dose (100 [micro]L) of vaccine contained 10 [micro]g of CpG ODNs (1668, 2395, or the control 2137) in 10 [micro]L PBS formulated with 45 [micro]L of 2% alum (Alhydrogel, Invivogen) and 45 [micro]L of FKB.
Mice were vaccinated with F1-V twice subcutaneously as described previously [26] with Alhydrogel (500 ug) (Brenntag Biosector, Denmark).
Two cynomolgus macaques were immunized then twice boosted with a recombinant plague vaccine consisting of rF1 and rV antigens with an alhydrogel adjuvant (plague (recombinant) vaccine suspension, 873082-H01, Batch 7051, Avecia Biologics Ltd., UK).