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Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt

being sour to the taste

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having the characteristics of an acid

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Chinese herbs containing aristolochic acid associated with renal failure and urothelial carcinoma: A review from epidemiologic observations to causal inference.
The medicines, used for a wide range of conditions including slimming, asthma and arthritis, are derived from a botanical compound containing aristolochic acids.
In August 1999, two new cases of interstitial fibrosis, in which the patients had consumed botanical preparations containing aristolochic acid, were reported from the United Kingdom.
The epidemiology, diagnosis, and management of aristolochic acid nephropathy: A narrative review.
Nevertheless, using the program PASS, we provide SAR activities two most known nitro aromatic compounds such as aristolochic acid 1 (118) aristolochic acid II (119).
Washington, August 8 ( ANI ): Scientists have used genome sequencing to prove that traditional Chinese herbal remedy, aristolochic acid, causes upper urinary tract cancers.
Traces of aristolochic acid, a chemical often found in Chinese herbal remedies, were also found.
Later, at the University of Mississippi presentation, he singled out bitter orange (citrus aurantium), aristolochic acid and usinic acid as ingredients, which FDA would more closely examine in the near future.
He indicated that some of the supplements that the agency will closely examine include bitter orange, aristolochic acid and usnic acid, all three of which, he asserted, can cause kidney damage and liver toxicity.
She was one of two patients previously reported to have suffered kidney failure after using Chinese remedies containing aristolochic acid.
It contains aristolochic acid, which is toxic to kidneys and carcinogenic in animal studies.
The scientists reviewed worldwide cases of aristolochic acid nephropathy (N) - a type of kidney failure caused by the intake of these acids.
The aristolochic acid of MCR was authenticated by using the aristolochic acid (SIGMA, USA) which contains 40% of aristolochic acid 1 (AA-I) as a standard.
The herb contains aristolochic acid I (AA-I), which has recently caused several incidents of poisoning in Hong Kong.
The wells containing the high concentration of sugar water were laced with different bitter compounds, including quinine, caffeine, strychnine and aristolochic acid.