sodium diatrizoate


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so·di·um di·a·tri·zo·ate

a water-soluble organic iodine compound formerly used for intravenous excretory urography and angiography.
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Our group also demonstrated the phosphorylation of the p38 and JNK MAPKs, and of the transcription factor NF-[kappa]B (Ser 276) by sodium diatrizoate and iomeprol in HK-2 cells [25].
Gastrografin is a water-soluble contrast medium of high osmolarity composed of sodium diatrizoate, Meglumine amidotrizoate and wetting agent (polysorbate 80).
PolymorphprepTM solution contains 13.8% (w/v) sodium diatrizoate and 8.0% (w/v)polysaccharide.
Leukocyte subpopulations were obtained after Lympholyte[R] gradient (5.64% Nycograde[TM] Polysucrose 400, 9.65% sodium diatrizoate; Cedarlane), and their subset recovery was tested through cytometric analysis (4).