glycerol


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a sweet syrupy trihydroxy alcohol obtained by saponification of fats and oils

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High purity grade glycerol (99.8%) and calcium chloride, as a cross linking agent, were purchased from Fisher Scientific, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
It remains stable under alkaline conditions, and it is based on 38% of glycerol from renewable raw materials.
The shipment contained a forklift, 18 drums of glycerol, computers and mobile phones.
In the second assay, the effect of adding glycerol at concentrations of 0.25, 0.5 and 1.0% (w / v) into the staining solutions (1, 3 and 5%) for staining sporangium of A.
Glycerol transports are essential during periods of fasting or starving.
Once this relationship was determined, appropriate fluid resistance values were applied to each branching artery and descending aorta, and numerous time-variable CFD simulations were performed with both blood and water glycerol in order to verify water glycerol as a blood analog fluid for this bench-top model.
Because glycerol is a fermentation inhibitor, increasing the amount of this metabolite in wort limits the generation of ethanol [11].
lipolytica strain was cultured in crude glycerol as a model to evaluate its biomass energy potential and carbon balance.
Glycerol, the best candidate from experiment 1, was carried forward for further verification in all experiments.
With the extensive search for alternative renewable energy sources and development of the biodiesel industry, glycerol has been produced in large amounts reaching considerable surplus.
After 1 week of adaptation to the housing conditions, the mice were randomly divided into four groups ( n = 6 per group): control group, glycerol-treated group, glycerol + CLI-095 group, and glycerol + PDTC group.
Chromosomal microdeletions and duplications are one of the major causes of congenital malformations and developmental delay.Lately by the effect of array-CGH,many new syndromes are defined in patients with congenital malformations and developmental delay.Xp21 contiguous gene deletion syndrome is one of the rare microdeletion syndromes.This syndrome is characterized by developmental delay,congenital adrenal hypoplasia, DuchenneMuscularDystrophy (DMD) and glycerol kinase deficiency.
These solutes include polyols such as glycerol, mannitol, sugars, or sugar derivatives; betaines and amino acids, including proline, glutamate, and glutamine, as reported by Grant (4), additionally glycerol has since been reported as the major internal osmolyte in four xerophilic fungi by (5, 6).
Biodiesel is manufactured from vegetable oils or animal fats by transesterification between the fatty acids and methanol, which converts them into fatty acid methyl esters with glycerol as a coproduct.