polysorbate


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polysorbate

 [pol″e-sor´bāt]
a generic name for esters of sorbitol and its anhydrides condensed with polymers of ethylene oxide, used as surfactants; polysorbates 20, 40, 60, and 80 are official in NF.

polysorbate

/poly·sor·bate/ (pol″e-sor´bāt) any of various oleate esters of sorbitol and its anhydrides condensed with polymers of ethylene oxide, numbered to indicate chemical composition and used as surfactant agents.

polysorbate

(pŏl′ē-sôr′bāt′)
n.
Any of a class of emulsifiers used in food preparation and in some pharmaceuticals.
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Direct hepatic toxicity of the cosolvent polysorbate is thought to play an important role.
Louis, MO, USA), sodium pentobarbital (Cristalia, Sao Paulo, Brazil), polysorbate 80 (Delaware, Porto Alegre, Brazil), quercetin (Merck, Darmstadt, Germany) and colloidal silicon dioxide (CSD) (Degussa, Dusseldorf, Germany).
Kreuter, Hydrocortisone delivery to healthy and inflamed eyes using a micellar polysorbate 80 solution or albumin nanoparticles, International J.
Officials at Yamamori said the three other curry products -- ''Chicken Green Curry,'' ''Chicken Yellow Curry,'' and ''Kani to Tamago no Curry'' (crab meat and egg curry) -- may also contain polysorbate.
The basic growth medium contains polysorbate 80 and lecithin.
The steps entail applying to the exposed skin a composition made by combining: three surfactants consisting of polysorbate 20, polyoxyethylene lauryl ether, and coconut diethanolamide; a thickening agent consisting of a carbomer; a preservative consisting of benzethonium chloride; a topical analgesic consisting of grindelia robusta extract; an inert scrubbing medium consisting of polyethylene beads; at least one fragrance; and purified water in a form allowing for application to skin.
Or the carrageenan, mono- and diglycerides, polysorbate 80, modified corn starch, and disodium phosphate in the sauce?
A number of side effects or product attributes that were potentially linked to a Polysorbate 80 (Tween 80) and benzyl alcohol co-solvent system included in the formulation to solubilize the active ingredient:
This enables subcutaneous delivery and allows the products to be formulated with less polysorbate, reducing the total amount of polyethylene glycol administered to a patient (when compared to conventional prophylaxis).
University of California at San Diego researchers report in the August ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE that the detergent polysorbate 60 does not reverse male baldness, though 25 percent of the 141 men in the trial perceived an improvement.
Nanoemulsions, containing 10% oil and 10% surfactant, were formed using a spontaneous emulsification method with a 10% oil phase (grape seed oil and orange oil) and 10% surfactant --a commercial polysorbate 80, which is a nonionic surfactant and emulsifier often used in foods.
Did the family recipe include partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oils, corn syrup, corn starch, mono & diglycerides, salt, artificial flavors, guar gum, polysorbate 60, potassium sorbate, phosphoric acid, and sodium benzoate?