aqueous extract


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aqueous extract

a water-based preparation of a plant or an animal substance containing the biologically active portion of the plant or substance without its cellular residue.

aqueous extract

An extract in which water is the solvent.
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However, as shown in results, we found that aqueous extract of Liriope Tuber stimulated basal mucin production and did not inhibit but increased PMA-induced mucin production (Fig.
Therefore, the first evaluation was that the inhibitory effect of pine aqueous extracts on the germination stage is greater than the seedling stage.
In the present study we have evaluated the immunopotentiating activity of Rhodiola aqueous extract (RAE) in rats.
At concentration of 20[micro]g/mL, all the bacteria were more sensitive to the methanol and aqueous extract than that of ethyl acetate when compared.
Three of concentration levels of the aqueous extracts were used in the experiment, i.
Table 1 Major active constituents present in extracts of Danshen pill, aqueous extract and ethanolic extract of crude Danshen determined by HPLC-DAD.
However, about 82% of the antibiotic resistant bacteria were susceptible to a crude aqueous extract of Allium sativum.
This means it is an aqueous extract that includes high levels of some of the water based nutrients from Allma's sun-grown chlorella-including essential amino acids, vitamin A, B vitamins, iron, calcium, chlorophyll, lutein and zeaxanthin-but none of the lipophilic oil-based nutrients such as omega-3 and 6.
PhytoCellTec Nunatak is an aqueous extract of these cells, according to Mibelle.