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A salt or ester of glycolic acid.
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7 ppm Ti from Ti citrate/NaOH (11a and 11c) versus Ti glycolate (11b and 11d).
Rate of oxalate biosynthesis from glycolate and ascorbic acid in spinach (Spinacia oleracea) leaves.
The other 5 patients had urine glycolate and L-glycerate excretion rates that were within the reference intervals and therefore in these 5 patients the diagnosis of PH was rejected and no further testing was performed.
2] produced in peroxisomes by glycolate oxidase is neutralized by the peroxisomal enzyme catalase (CAT2).
1973), Al-Houty and Syrett (1984), and Syrett and Al-Houty (1984) determined that charophytes and embryophytes (bryophytes and tracheophytes) utilize the enzyme glycolate oxidase in their photorespiratory pathway; chlorophytes (meaning green algae other than charophytes) utilize glycolate dehydrogenase instead.
Q: I noticed that Memory Plus contains dextrates, sodium starch glycolate, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, and powdered cellulose.
These include fluoride, glycolate, acetate, formate, chloride, carbonate, nitrate, sulfate, oxalate, bromide, nitrate, and phosphate in high purity water matrices encountered in the semiconductor and power generation industries.
Cost and quality advantages will also expand market opportunities for starch-based pharmaceutical excipients, with pregelatinized starch fillers and binders and sodium starch glycolate disintegrants commanding the best sales growth.
In contrast, research findings showed that inhibiting the enzyme glycolate oxidase, a common target of investigational therapies for PH, including Dicerna's earlier IV-administered program for PH1, does not appear to have the potential to treat PH2 or IPH.
Sodium starch glycolate, Crospovidone, and Croscarmellose were gift samples from Matrix laboratories, Hyderabad, India.