methylparaben

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meth·yl·par·a·ben

(meth'il-par'ă-ben),
An antifungal preservative.

methylparaben

(mĕth″ĭl-păr′ă-bĕn)
An antifungal agent used as a preservative in pharmaceuticals.

meth·yl·par·a·ben

(meth'il-par'ă-ben)
An antifungal preservative.

methylparaben

an antifungal and antibacterial agent used as a preservative in pharmaceutical preparations. Called also methyl hydroxybenzoate. See also hydroxybenzoate.
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The company offers a broad portfolio of single actives and optimized blends under the well-known brand names Phenonip, Nipagin and Nipaguard.
annulipes eram alimentadas com uma dieta artificial, cuja composicao era a base de levedo de cerveja, leite em po, farelo de trigo (peneirado), racao inicial para frango de corte (peneirado) e nipagin, e que era trocada duas vezes por semana, a fim de se evitar o desenvolvimento de microrganismos.
The liquid matrix for both test medications contained liquorice, nipagin, nipasol, sorbitol, polysorbate, eucalyptus oil, peppermint oil, colts-foot leaf aroma, ginger extract and water.
Eggs were collected with a Petri dish full of artificial larval diet, which consisted of corn flour, agar, wheat-germ flour, yeast, sugar, nipagin, sorbic acid, vitamin C, and linolenic acid in the ratio 600: 60: 250: 200: 200: 14: 7: 10: 1.
All the diets were similar in that they contained a measure of torula yeast, agar, ascorbic acid, sorbic acid, and nipagin (methyl p-hydroxybenzoate).
Eggs were placed for larval eclosion onto an artificial larval diet, which on the basis of weight consisted of corn flour, agar, wheat-germ flour, yeast, sugar, nipagin, sorbic acid, Vitamin C, and linolenic acid in the ratio: 600: 60: 250: 200: 200: 14: 7: 10: 1.
3 g of nipagin (methyl parahydroxybenzoate) in 200 mL of distilled water.