polyethylene glycols


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Related to polyethylene glycols: polyethylene glycol 4000, Polyethylene oxide

pol·y·eth·y·lene gly·cols (PEGs, PEG),

(pol'ē-eth'i-lēn glī'kōlz),
Condensation polymers of ethylene oxide and water: PEG 300 is a viscous liquid; PEG 6000 is a waxlike solid, PEGs are soluble in water and are used as pharmaceutic aids.

pol·y·eth·y·lene gly·cols

(PEG) (polē-ethi-lēn glīkolz)
Condensation polymers of ethylene oxide and water used as pharmaceutic aids.
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applications of Polyethylene Glycols, its consumers
GENERAL POLYETHYLENE GLYCOLS DESCRIPTION, COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS, HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION, HANDLING AND STORAGE, TOXICOLOGICAL & ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION, TRANSPORT INFORMATION
MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS OF POLYETHYLENE GLYCOLS (INCLUDING CONTACT DETAILS)
Suppliers (trading companies) of Polyethylene Glycols (including contact details)
Covalent modification of proteins with polyethylene glycol is already a proven technology that enhances the effectiveness of biologic drugs.

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