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pro·pi·o·nate

(prō'pē-ō-nāt), Avoid the mispronunciations pro-pī'ō-nāt and pro'prē-ō-nāt.
A salt or ester of propionic acid.

pro·pi·o·nate

(prō'pē-ŏ-nāt)
A salt or ester of propionic acid.
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The foods most likely to contain propionate are breads, tortillas, pizza dough, pastries, breakfast cereals, pasta and noodles, dried and condensed milk, flavored milks, dairy-based spreads, cheese, some processed meats, certain processed fruit and vegetable products, and dairy, egg, and fat-based desserts such as puddings, frosting, and confections.
The same effects were seen in 14 humans who ate a 500-calorie meal with either 1 gram of calcium propionate or a placebo for two weeks.
The molar proportion of propionate generally decreased with increasing concentration in all treatments except S.
Reducing the amount of bacterial-produced imidazole propionate could, therefore, be a new way of treating patients with type 2 diabetes.
Green, M.D., from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and colleagues randomized (2:1) 430 patients to receive halobetasol propionate Lotion or vehicle once daily for eight weeks, with assessments at two, four, six, and eight weeks of treatment as well as at a four-week post-treatment follow-up visit.
The researchers determined that propionate doesn't trigger the immune response to thwart the pathogen.
In a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 54 children with mild to moderate atopic dermatitis treated with twice-daily fluticasone propionate 0.05% cream up to 2 weeks, 49 children aged 2-10 years entered the second phase of the study.
Innovus said FlutiCare OTC (fluticasone propionate) is initially being launched in more than 10,000 independent pharmacies and through distributors McKesson and AmerisourceBergen, as well as direct through its Beyond Human print media platform and online channels, including its website, Amazon.com and Walmart.com.
The major SCFA produced during dietary fibre fermentation (acetate, propionate, butyrate) are absorbed from the colonic lumen and used by body tissues to modulate various important activities.
Group B received testosterone propionate (TP) 10 mg/kg/day dissolved in 5 ml/kg of propylene glycol subcutaneous for 14 days.
The feeding strategy could aim to increase propionate concentration, and reduce the acetate/propionate (A/P) ratio in the rumen.
(2013) showed that dietary sodium propionate and sodium butyrate significantly increased feed intake in white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei, but sodium acetate decreased feed intake and phosphorus availability.