beta-carboline

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β-carboline

(bā-ta-kahr'ō-lēn),
One of a class of indole alkaloids structurally similar to the amino acid L-tryptophan, when ingested, maycause hallucinations.
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Industrial companies include Stonhard, Tremco, illbruck, Carboline, Flowcrete, Day-Glo, Dryvit and Euclid Chemical.
Carboline Company has released Ca rbotherm 551, an advanced next generation insulative coating.
It has spent much of the past two years promoting the products of the US parent company Carboline in Europe.
Industrial brands include Stonhard, Tremco, illbruck, Carboline, Day-Glo, Euco and Dryvit.
The most practical application of ASTM D7588 is its ability to be used to collect good quality reproducible spectra of liquid paint samples straight out of the can without the need for time-consuming separation of components," said Steve Liebhart and John Kloepper, laboratory department managers of Carboline Co.
NYSE: RPM) announced today that its subsidiary, StonCor Group ("StonCor") acquired Star Maling ("Star Maling"), which consists of three divisions: Star Maling, Carboline Marine and Carboline Norge.
Carboline, a specialist protective coating specialist, has launched a new fire resistant product which is used to protect buildings and exposed structures like oil rigs.
and a Senior Vice President at Carboline Company, a specialty coatings manufacturing company.
Carboline Company has acquired an existing 184,500-square-foot building in Dayton, Nev.
The tragedy is that we have the technology which could prevent this sort of thing happening," said Nigel Maris, managing director of Carboline Europe, fire protection specialist based in Torrington Avenue.