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hypertonic saline

hypertonic solution of sodium chloride in water (approximating to 2 handfuls of common or table salt in 5 litres of water at 45-50°C (see hypertonic foot bath)

NaCl

sodium chloride.
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The halotolerant alga Dunaliella baradawii grown in NaCl medium contained glycerol, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, carotene, and chlorophyll (Ben-Amotz and Avron, 1982).
The residual PEG and NaCl content of the PLA/NaCl and PLA/PEG/NaCl blends after compounding and leaching were analyzed using a Perkin Elmer thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA).
Lipolysis in reduced sodium Feta cheese made by partial substitution of NaCl by KCl.
This was in accord with the results of Woolard and Irvine 1995, which showed the mixed culture degraded phenol (with 99 % phenol removal efficiency) in 140 g/L NaCl at neutral pH.
However, once the Mg-Al intermetallic compounds of the molten salt surface alloying layer are entirely exposed to the NaCl solution as an integrate corrosion barrier, the propulsion of the corrosion front is much slower.
Coconut protein had poor foaming capacity and could be improved by increasing sample concentration as well as adding NaCl.
The availability of 3% NaCl should be confirmed and the administration of 3% NaCl should be guided by the treatment protocol detailed above.
The main characteristics of this group are growth maintenance in low NaCl concentrations (0.
17 M NaCl (1:2) [down arrow] Centrifugation of 4,070 g for 30 min and collect precipitant [down arrow] Homogenize the precipitant with 2 volumes of 0.
coli cells grown on NaCl containing medium revealed drastic changes in all cell constituents.
Manteniendo los globulos rojos en distintas concentraciones de NaCl durante un tiempo determinado se puede evaluar la resistencia de la membrana plasmatica, asi como confeccionar la curva de RGO, determinando las concentraciones correspondientes al comienzo de la hemolisis (RGO minima, donde se destruyen los globulos rojos mas debiles) y el punto donde la hemolisis es del 100% (RGO maxima debida a la menor concentracion de NaCl).