d-mannitol


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d-man·ni·tol

(man'i-tol),
The hexahydric alcohol, widespread in plants, derived by reduction of d-fructose or of d-mannose; used in renal function testing to measure glomerular filtration, and intravenously as an osmotic diuretic.
Synonym(s): manna sugar, mannite

d-man·ni·tol

(man'i-tol)
The hexahydric alcohol, widespread in plants, used in renal function testing and intravenously as an osmotic diuretic.
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Temperature Compound References ([degrees]C) 0-60 Paraffin [97, 98] PA/CA [101] LA [102, 103] MA/PA/SP [104] CA/SA [105] LA/PA, LA/MA/SA [99] CA/LA/PA/SA [99] CA/LA/MA/PA/SA [99] MA/PA/SM [100] PA/SA [106] PEG [107, 109, 110] PEP, PEPC [108] HE/LA [116] Octadecane [113] 60-120 PA [101] PEG [107, 110] HDPE/PA [112] Erythritol/xylitol/sorbitol [118] 120-180 HDPE [111] D-mannitol [114] TABLE 8: The latent heat of organic eutectic composites.
D-Mannitol. Treatment of ECHE (4g) with MeOH (50 mL) afforded a solid and a solution.
D-Mannitol was isolated from the methanol soluble fraction by evaporation of the solvent under reduced pressure and treatment of the residue with methanol.
Cordycepin but not D-mannitol or adenosine induces apoptosis in leukemic HL-60 cells
First, we examined the contents of well-known bio-constituents in Cordyceps spp., including adenosine, D-mannitol and cordycepin by HPLC analyses.
Production of the Hexitol d-Mannitol by cryptococcus neoformans in vitro and in rabbits with experimental meningitis.
Water potential treatments of -1.6, -0.8, -0.4, -0.2, and 0 MPa were prepared by mixing 58.3, 29.2, 14.6, 7.3, and 0 g D-mannitol in 0.5 kg of deionized water, respectively.
Symlin should not be used if patients cannot tell when their blood sugar is low, have gastroparesis (slow stomach emptying) or are allergic to pramlintide acetate, metacresol, D-mannitol, acetic acid or sodium acetate.
However, they showed a positive result for Thornley's arginine dihydrolase test, growth at 28[degrees]C, nitrate reduction, starch degradation, acid production from D-mannitol, use of citrate as sole carbon source, and susceptibility to O/129 (150 [micro]g/disc).
They showed negative responses for ornithine or lysine decarboxylase tests, and positive results for acid production from D-cellobiose, D-mannitol and ribose, use of L-proline as sole carbon source, and growth at 28[degrees]C.
The main phytochemical composition (D-mannitol) and hot water extract of Pleurotus cornucopiae respectively demonstrated ACE inhibitory activity and hypotensive effect in SHR by oral administration [5].
Similar protocol of SSF has been followed for 0.5 and 1% D-inositol and D-mannitol supplementation into the WB, with proper moisture level adjusted.