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dihydroxy

/di·hy·droxy/ (di″hi-drok´se) a molecule containing two molecules of the hydroxy (OH) radical; used also as a prefix (hydroxy-) to denote such a compound.
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Vitamin 2510H1D3 is biologically inactive and must be converted in the kidneys to the biologically active form, 1,25 dihydroxy vitamin D (1,25(0H12D31 (5).
Dimethylol dihydroxy ethylene urea (DMDHEU) and Dihydroxy ethylene urea (DHEU) (Scheme 1) are the most commonly used crosslinking agents in the textile industry.
Conventional treatment is the combined use of biologically active vitamin D (1, 25 dihydroxy vitamin D3) (1-3 [micro]g/day) along with high doses of inorganic oral phosphate salts (30-50 mg/kg) in divided doses.
If excessive anions produce metabolic acidosis and increase the excretion of calcium, calcium retention decreases resulting in the formation of 1, 25 dihydroxy cholecalciferol and release of parathyroid hormone to stimulate bone mobilization.
have found that iodination or bromination of dihydroxy aromatic monomers leads to radio-opaque and stable molecules.
Unfortunately the supraphysiologic dosing of 1,25- dihydroxy Vitamin D or its analogs required for PTH suppression has frequently caused intestinal overabsorption of both calcium and phosphorus then evident in excessive serum levels (Goodman et al.
The kidney then converts that to 1,25 dihydroxy D3, the active form.
36) Thermal characterization on the interaction of silane adhesives and dihydroxy vulcanized fluoroelastomers.
To determine if there is a relationship between plasma vitamin D metabolites (25-hydroxy vitamin D [25(OH)D] and 1,25 dihydroxy vitamin D) and colorectal cancer incidence in women, researchers looked at these baseline metabolites in 193 women ages 46-78 years with a diagnosis of colorectal cancer.
The radical cations and anions formed immediately after irradiation are stabilized to a greater extent in the bisphenol case than for a single dihydroxy benzene ring.
The lotion contains DHA, or dihydroxy acetone, which is an additive which has been safely used in sunless tanners for over 30 years.