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dialyzable

(dī-ă-līz′ă-b'l)
Capable of receiving dialysis.
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Slightly higher ionic strength was probably outweighed by the changes in albumin conformation caused by citrate anions and reduction of the free, dialyzable fraction of IS in either the dialyzer cartridge or the intravascular pool.
Cech, "Influence of various forms of dialyzable leukocyte extracts on rat adjuvant arthritis," Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis, vol.
Amatoxins are thermostable (cooking, drying, and freezing do not alter their toxicity) and dialyzable. The fatal dose of [alpha]-amanitin is 0.1-0.3 mg/kg.
(61) GSA is dialyzable: peritoneal dialysis or hemodialysis usually corrects the abnormal platelet function.
Other medical treatments that have been investigated for patients with CFS are intramuscular dialyzable leukocyte extract, intravenous immunoglobulin, acyclovir, vitamin B, intramuscular magnesium, and essential fatty acid therapy (Kantrowitz et al., 1995).
'Dialyzable Ca' was defined as free Ca plus Ca bound to ligands [less than]1000 Da, which would include low molecular weight organic compounds and inorganic Ca species.
In the article, he discusses the dialyzability of the drugs and concludes that it should be "noted that the 'safe' drugs in renal failure are also the least dialyzable" (Dean, 2004, p.
Pigmentation is attributed to an increase in melanin in basal layer and in superficial dermis due to failure of kidneys to excrete poorly dialyzable beta melanocyte stimulating hormone its intensity increases with the duration of chronic renal failure.
These symptoms are referred to as uremic symptoms and are believed to be due to the accumulation of dialyzable substances in blood like uremic stomatitis and salivary adenitis.
It is significantly dialyzable when hemodialysis is performed using a high-flux membrane such as polysulfone, polyacrylonitrile and poly-methlmethacrylate.
An examination of immune response modulation in humans by antigen infused dialyzable bovine colostrum/whey extract utilizing a double blind study.
Dialyzable leukocytes extracts (DLE) are low molecular weight-dialyzable peptides from immune cells, which have immunomodulatory activities [12].