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ethanolamine

 [eth″ah-nol´ah-mēn]
ethanolamine oleate the oleate salt of monoethanolamine, used as a sclerosing agent in treatment of varicose veins and esophageal varices.

ethanolamine

(ĕth′ə-nŏl′ə-mēn′, -nō′lə-)
n.
1. A hygroscopic viscous colorless liquid, C2H7NO, having a strong ammoniacal odor and used in acid gas scrubbers, in hide and hair treatments, and as a surfactant and emulsifier.
2. A class of sedative antihistamines that are ethanolamine derivatives, such as dimenhydrinate and diphenhydramine.
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The 10 chemicals that resulted in TAN < 1.0 mg KOH/g at both concentrations included polyoxyethylene nonylphenyl ether, propylene glycol, EDTA, sodium molybdate, sodium paratoluene sulfonate, potassium fluoride, potassium hydrogen fluoride, sodium nitrite, sulfamic acid, and sodiumcarbonate, while the three chemicals thatresulted in TAN > 1.0 mg KOH/g at both concentrations were boric acid, potassium hydroxide, and ethanolamine. The high TAN for these three chemicals was likely due to decomposition products, because the TAN of the POE with process chemicals before aging were less than 1.0 mg KOH/g at both concentrations, as shown in Table 5.
The finance ministry will confirm the duties on steel wire by July 31 and on ethanolamine by Sept.
Metabolite Experimental Reference model Lactate, alanine, acetate, Equine 32 N-acetylglucosamine, citrate, creatine/creatinine, glycerol, HDL choline, and [alpha]-glucose Glycerol and hydroxybutyrate Canine 34 Glycine, serine, creatine, choline Ovine 36 hydroxyproline, creatine and proline 4-methyl-2-oxopenthanoate Human 41 O-acetylcarnitine, hexanoylcarnitine, N-phenylacetylglycine and ethanolamine Arabitol, glucose, galactose (OA KL1); Human 50 [beta]-alanine, pyruvate, terephalate (OA KL2) HDL: high-density lipoprotein; OA: osteoarthritis; KL: Kellgren Lawrence classification of osteoarthritis.
Enzymatic degradation of these endocannabinoids yields arachidonic acid and ethanolamine from AEA and glycerol from 2-AG, respectively (20).
Table-4: Amidation yield of ethanolamine with conventional vs.
Hong et al.12 evaluated the efficacy of sclerotherapy with ethanolamine oleate in reactive vascular lesions.
The enhancement of ammonium removal from ethanolamine wastewater using air-cathode microbial fuel cells coupled to ferric reduction.
The phosphate group may join to a variety of alcohols to produce the following very critical constituents of animal cell membranes which include phosphatidyl inositol, phosphatidyl serine, phosphatidyl choline, phosphatidyl ethanolamine, and sphingomyelin.
The 1-ethyl-3-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)-carbodiimide hydrochloride (EDC), N-hydroxysuccinimide (NHS), and ethanolamine hydrochloride (EA-HCl) were purchased from Tokyo Chemical Industry (TCI).
Several interesting reports regarding the biological effects of ethanolamine have been published: (i) ethanolamine stimulates the rapid growth of mammalian cells in culture; thus, it has been called a growth factor [4-6].
The cell lysates were then mixed with ethanolamine buffer as 10 [micro]l per 1000 [micro]l in autoclaved microcentrifuge tubes, and 100 [micro]l ortho-cresolphthalein (0.63 mM; Sigma-Aldrich) was added to the ethanolamine and cell lysate solution in microcentrifuge tubes to obtain a purplish red color of solution.