Pidolic acid | definition of Pidolic acid by Medical dictionary
pyroglutamic acid (redirected from Pidolic acid)
5-ox·o·pro·line (Glp), (ok'kō-prō'lēn),
A keto derivative of proline that is formed nonenzymatically from glutamate, glutamine, and γ-glutamylated peptides; it is also produced by the action of γ-glutamylcyclotransferase; elevated levels of 5-oxoproline are often associated with problems of glutamine or glutathione metabolism.
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Solabia developed a range of mineral salts--"The Pidolates"--that use pidolic acid
as an organic carrier for minerals.
The roll-on and spray contain Acti-Cuteine, a deodorizing and moisturizing complex of actives that are naturally present in the skin, including zinc and pidolic acid
. Both formats offer 48-hour protection and an immediate sensation of natural freshness.