sodium bisulfite

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so·di·um bi·sul·fite

acid sodium sulfite, used in gastric and intestinal fermentation, externally in the treatment of parasitic diseases, and as an antioxidant in certain injections (s. metabisulfite).
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We designed the 3 primer sets to anneal perfectly to the hypermethylated version of the promoter regions after treatment with sodium bisulfite.
Switching from chlorine and sulfur dioxide to sodium hypochlorite and sodium bisulfite in 1998 required the installation of entirely new chemical storage and delivery systems at the plant.
Sodium bisulfite converts unmethylated cytosines into uracils while leaving methylated cytosines relatively intact, thus creating sequence differences between genomes that originally differ only in their CpG methylation pattern.
If safety and convenience are most important and large quantities of water are treated, then sodium bisulfite liquor may be the best, providing that a manufacturing plant is close enough to hold freight charges down.
Tenders are invited for Provide Sodium Bisulfite 38% in bulk supply (the Materials or Sodium Bisulfite) for use at the City Waste Water Treatment Plant (the WWTP ) during fiscal year 2017-2018.
To circumvent this problem, DNA can be treated with sodium bisulfite, which converts unmethylated cytosines to uracil, whereas methylcytosine is protected against this modification (4).
Solid compounds, sodium bisulfite, and sodium sulfite, are available from Allied Corp.
Sodium bisulfite may cause anaphylactic symptoms that can be life-threatening in people with sulfite sensitivity.