poloxamer


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poloxamer

 [pol-ok´sah-mer]
any of a series of nonionic surfactants, also used as emulsifiers, stabilizers, and food additives.

poloxamer

(pōl-oks'a-mĕr),
A surfactant derived from natural gas and oil.

poloxamer

/pol·ox·a·mer/ (pol-ok´sah-mer) any of a series of nonionic surfactants of the polyoxypropylene-polyoxyethylene copolymer type, used as surfactants, emulsifiers, stabilizers, and food additives.
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have agreed to collaborate in the development of a higher purity poloxamer 188.
Antihyperlipidemic effect of an edible brown algae, Ecklonia stolonifera, and its constituents on poloxamer 407-induced hyperlipidemic and cholesterol-fed rats.
Research performed at DTRC and HJF studied the anti-biofilm properties of Procellera Technology against ten clinical wound pathogens in a poloxamer biofilm model customized to evaluate the bioelectric dressing.
It entails obtaining an oral cleaner comprising water, poloxamer 407 as a foaming agent, a sweetener, a flavoring agent, an antimicrobial agent, a preservative and a coloring agent.
Hypolipidemic effects of sophora flavescens and its constituents in poloxamer induced hyperlipidemic and cholesterol-fed rats.
Faecal softeners/lubricants: Sodium docusate and poloxamer act as a surface detergent on the stool, allowing fat and water to enter.
In animal studies, a team led by Stanford microsurgeon Geoffrey Gurtner, MD, used a poloxamer gel and bioadhesive rather than a needle and thread to join together blood vessels, a procedure called vascular anastomosis.
To prevent adhesion of cells in microfluidic channels, surfactants like poloxamer copolymers can be added inside the channels [155].
The research of injectable IOLs has been carried out for over 40 years, including the dimethylsilicone material based on a low-temperature vulcanizing reaction, the poloxamer hydrogels based on the thermo-triggered sol-gel transition and the hydrogels crosslinked by the reversible disulfide bonds (8-10).
Xu H, Ding P, Wei G and Zheng J, Preparation and some physicochemical properties of cross-linked poloxamer hydrogel spheres.
Stability and absorption to polymeric surfaces of rat ANF in poloxamer 407 solutions.