glycolate


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gly·co·late

(glī-kō'lāt),
A salt or ester of glycolic acid.
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The occurrence of glycolate dehydrogenase and glycolate oxidase in green plants: An evolutionary survey.
Urinary oxalate and glycolate excretion and plasma oxalate concentration.
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Sodium Starch Glycolate Market: Revenue Forecasts (China), 2006-2016
After correction for the endogenous concentrations, these samples demonstrated a decrease in the measured concentration when the water content increased for lactate, glycolate, 3-hydroxybutyrate, pyruvate, p-hydroxyphenylpyruvate, 2-keto-3-methylvalerate, 2-ketoisovalerate, and the internal standards 2-ketocaproate and heptanoylglycine (Fig.
To evaluate the age-related changes of oxalate, glycolate, citrate, and sulfate in a pediatric population, we developed an automated ion-chromatography system for the simultaneous measurement of these anions in urine and established their reference values for liquid urine samples as well as for dried urine on filter paper.
Hemodialysis rapidly removes both ethylene glycol and its toxic metabolites, particularly glycolate and oxalate [24-27].
PROSCAR (finasteride) tablets for oral administration are film- coated tablets that contain 5 mg of finasteride and the following inactive ingredients: docusate sodium, FD&C Blue 2 aluminum lake, hydrous lactose, hydroxypropyl cellulose LF, hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, magnesium stearate, microcrystal-line cellulose, pregelatinized starch, purified water, sodium starch glycolate, talc, titanium dioxide and yellow iron oxide.
In peroxisomes, glyoxylate is derived by oxidation of glycine and glycolate, and then is largely transaminated to glycine through the action of alanine: glyoxylate aminotransferase (AGT, E.
The vast majority (80% to 90%) of oxalates found within the body are produced endogenously (from within) in the liver as an aspect of glycolate (carbohydrate) metabolism.
Glycolate metabolism of three submerged aquatic anagiosperms during aging.