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hy·dro·lyze

(hī'drō-līz),
To subject to hydrolysis.

hydrolyze

[hī′drōlīz]
Etymology: Gk, hydor, water, lysis, loosening
1 to cause or bring about hydrolysis.
2 to cause a substance to split into component parts by the addition of water.

hydrolyze

(hī′drō-līz)
To cause to undergo hydrolysis.

hydrolyze

to performance hydrolysis.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics has stated that atopic dermatitis may be delayed or prevented in infants who are not breastfed by feeding an infant hydrolyzed formula instead of intact cow's milk protein formula.
Several studies have shown that a 10 g/day supplement of hydrolyzed collagens preserves the health of bones and joints.
Hydrolyzed collagens are primarily available as powders--ranging from fine particle sizes to dust-free agglomerated forms.
We are delighted with the FDA clearance of the hydrolyzed collagen with polysulfated glycosaminoglycan (PSGAG)," states Cathy Bradshaw, President of Wound Care Innovations.
Compared to the control, the hydrolyzed whey protein isolate (BioZate 1) reduced systolic blood 11mmHg and diastolic blood pressure 7mmHg.
The new product (patent pending) will combine the hydrolyzed collagen with the healing properties of PSGAG (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan) and will initially be available in gel form.
Scientists at the University of Georgia undertook a study to examine the possibility of reducing or eliminating such detrimental effects by using hydrolyzed whey proteins.
Promois[R] EFLS, Sodium Lauroyl Hydrolyzed Silk, performs as an active ingredient with various efficacies.
The carbonate is subsequently catalytically hydrolyzed to ethylene glycol using a low ratio of water to carbonate.
Also new is Foam Pro L, a mild hydrolyzed wheat protein foam booster and conditioner for hair and skin products.
We have also been working with Arby's supplier resources to discourage use of hydrolyzed vegetable protein or hydrolyzed plant protein, as well as ingredients with excess fat, cholesterol and sodium," stated William Fisher, Arby's vice president of technical services.
While other type II collagen products have been on the market for some time, these products are typically subjected to harsh chemical or high-temperature processing that result in denatured or hydrolyzed type II collagen.