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a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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vannamei, which included sodium formate, sodium acetate, sodium lactate, sodium propionate, sodium butyrate, sodium fumarate, sodium succinate, or sodium citrate, there was significantly improved growth for those fed with the sodium propionate-, sodium butyrate-, sodium fumarate-, and sodium succinate-treated diets (Silva et al.
Sodium citrate dihydrate (C6H5Na3O7•2H2O), also known as citric trisodium salt dihydrate, or trisodium citrate dehydrate is obtained from citric acid and is available in granular or powder form having a salty but pleasant taste.
Death End Points Studies: were performed by transferring cells after exposure to the inhibitors (sodium bicarbonate, pyruvic acid, sodium citrate, FDP, Zn acetate and oxalic acid to new complete media and observation for growth regeneration for a 6 week period.
Then we tried the sodium citrate 4% as an alternative to heparinised saline and fortunately the drainage output declined after the alternation.
Just dissolve 11 grams of sodium citrate into 1 1/8 cups (265 milliliters) of milk or water over medium heat, bring to a simmer, and gradually whisk or blend in 285 grams of finely grated cheese (3 to 4 cups, depending on the kind of cheese and coarseness of the grater).
Aggregation of platelets in EDTA-DP is prevented by other anticoagulants, such as sodium citrate or heparin (3).
In the present paper are studied the physico--mechanical properties of refractory concrete samples prepared from bauxite and grog to which was added sodium citrate as water reducing agent.
More recent practice changes focus on dressings with chlorhexidine gel, needleless access devices that do not need to be removed during hemodialysis, and sodium citrate 4% catheter locks.
Saturday morning was spent making gold nanoparticles by heating gold hydrogen tetrachloride solution and then adding sodium citrate solution.
Results indicated that phosphates--disodium phosphate, tetrasodium pyrophosphate and polyphosphate--and sodium citrate improved the heat stability of the beverages during storage.
The purpose of the study was to assess the effects of sodium citrate ingestion on the metabolic response to exercise and performance in a 1500-m competitive run in trained female middle-distance runners in field conditions.
A request was made for this patient to have a dose of sodium citrate prior to transfer to the operating theatre.
For example, buffered sodium citrate at a 1% concentration was effective in inhibiting germination and outgrowth to 1.
In coagulation testing it is advocated to correct the anticoagulant volume in patients with hematocrits above 55% so that residual sodium citrate in the collection tube does not neutralize calcium in the test system and yield erroneous results.
If this scenario sounds totally unlikely, then you have not looked into the recommendations about correcting sodium citrate tubes (blue tops) for patients with high hematocrits for the APTT (activated partial thromboplastin time).