Veronal


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bar·bi·tal

(bar'bi-tawl),
A hypnotic and sedative; available as barbital sodium (soluble barbital), with the same uses; often used as a buffer.
Synonym(s): 5, 5-diethylbarbituric acid, Veronal

Veronal

Barbital, see there.
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Her efforts to avoid the import of facts fail, and she petitions the veronal to erase this information from her mind.
Although Emil Fischer made numerous contributions to chemistry (he received the 1902 Nobel Prize), his name, at least in the public mind, was most readily associated with Veronal.
The stock solution of CPW buffer is a 5 X concentrated veronal saline buffer (VBS, pH 7.
Tissues were fixed in 2% osmium tetroxide buffered with veronal acetate (pH 7.
Morse has managed to purchase a quantity of veronal tablets, and she addresses the tablets with religious fervor.
Las fracciones seroproteicas (albuminas y globulinas alfa, beta y gamma) se separaron por electroforesis en soporte de acetato de celulosa, buffer de veronal sodico y coloracion amidoschwartz, con ulterior transparentizacion y cuantificacion por densitometria.
Pero los Balmaceda deciden volver repentinamente a Chile llevandose a las ninas y Teresa, al saberlo, toma una dosis excesiva de veronal.
Protein and lipoprotein fractions were respectively separated by electrophoresis on cellulose acetate and agarose gel with veronal buffer, and quantified in an automated Citocon CT-440 densitometer.
VSB: Veronal saline buffer, containing 5 mM veronal and 150 mM NaCl at pH 7.
A 100-[micro]l granulocyte suspension adjusted to 30,000 granulocytes was preincubated with 100 [micro]l luminol, 100 [micro]l extract solution in PBS and 660 [micro]l Veronal buffer at 37 [degrees]C for 10 min in a 6-channel luminometer (Biolumat LB 9505, Berthold).