cetylpyridinium chloride


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ce·tyl·pyr·i·din·i·um chlor·ide

(sē'til-pī'ri-din'ē-ŭm klōr'īd),
The monohydrate of the quaternary salt of pyridine and cetyl chloride; a cationic detergent with antiseptic action against nonsporulating bacteria.

ce·tyl·pyr·i·din·i·um chlor·ide

(sē'til-pī'ri-din'ē-ŭm klōr'īd)
The monohydrate of the quaternary salt of pyridine and cetyl chloride; a cationic detergent with antiseptic action against nonsporulating bacteria.
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Caption: Figure 2: Calcein AM staining of MA104 cells after 24 hr incubation: (a) control with MEM, (b) GC Fuji PLUS, (c) GC Fuji PLUS and hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide 1 wt%, (d) GC Fuji PLUS and hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide 2 wt%, (e) GC Fuji PLUS and benzalkonium chloride 1 wt%, (f) GC Fuji PLUS and benzalkonium chloride 2 wt%, (g) GC Fuji PLUS and cetylpyridinium chloride 1 wt%, (h) GC Fuji PLUS and cetylpyridinium chloride 2 wt%, (i) GC Fuji PLUS and silver nanoparticles 1 wt%, and (j) GC Fuji PLUS and silver nanoparticles 2 wt%.
The cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC)-dependent respiration defect was overcome by complex II substrate succinate, but not complex I substrate.
Jackson, "Effect of use of 0.05% cetylpyridinium chloride mouthwash on normal oral flora," Journal of Dentistry, vol.
In our system clay was subjected to organic modifications by taking 50 ml of millipore water and 1g of MMT in a beaker (100 ml) containing 780 mg of n-hexadecylpyridinium chloride monohydrate [C21H38N + Cl-].H2O also known as cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC).
So, given the supply problems with chondroitinase, the method languished and manufacturers continued to use cetylpyridinium chloride.
Electronic database searches were conducted using Google Scholar and Pub Med to identify articles published between 2007 and April 2011 that compared the effectiveness of 4 commercially marketed antiseptic mouth rinses: chlorhexidine gluconate 0.12%, essential oils and methyl salicylate, cetylpyridinium chloride 0.7% (Crest Pro Health[R]; Proctor & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio) and 20% aloe vera gel (Natural Dentist[R] Healthy Gums Daily Oral Rinse[R], Caldwell Consumer Health, LLC, Blue Bell, Pa) for controlling plaque and gingivitis.
Cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) has the negative effect of staining teeth.
The effect of surfactants; cetyltrimethyl ammonium bromide (CTAB), cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC), Tween-80 (TW-80) and TritonX-100 (TX-100), of 0.1 % concentration, on the absorption spectra of products have been investigated.
The batches were moisture-enhanced to 110% of initial weight with sodium chloride (NaCl, 0.5%) and sodium tripolyphosphate (STP, 0.25%); NaCl, STP and cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC, 0.2%); NaCl, STP and lactic acid (0.3%); and NaCl, STP and sodium metasilicate (0.2%).
chicken companies can replace the chlorinated rinse with cetylpyridinium chloride, peroxyacetic acid or hydrogen peroxide.
The chemical action of stabilized stannous fluoride in Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste inhibits the metabolic activity of destructive bacteria while cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) in Crest Pro-Health Rinse inhibits the regrowth of plaque biofilm, Proctor and Gamble reports.