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sol·u·bi·lize

(sŏl′yə-bə-līz′)
v.
To make substances such as fats soluble in water by the action of a detergent or similar agent.
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Lambie SM, Schipper LA, Balks MR, Baisden WT (2012a) Solubilisation of soil carbon following treatment with cow urine under laboratory conditions.
Ehrlich reagent was added, with the formation of a pink ring being considered positive (adapted from Whitman, 2009); b) phosphate solubilisation: Mandels and Weber medium (Mandels & Weber, 1969) rich in calcium phosphate (1%) was used.
Solubilisation of fibre fractions due to linkage disintegration following treatment have been reported by Mason et al.
PGS has acquired worldwide rights to BiPhasix Transdermal Drug Delivery platform technology (topical); Solmic Solubilisation technology and Thrudermic Transdermal Nanotechnology (transdermal) for the delivery and commercialization of cannabinoid, cannabidiol, and tetrahydrocannabinol -based products.
Up to now, the methods available for increasing drug bioavailability have been restricted primarily to processes and strategies of a more physical nature and include, among others, the disaggregation of micronized molecules, the use of timed-release and topical preparations, mechanization, polymorph and crystal form selection, drug solubilisation, and the use of nanotechnology.
de Souza Moreira, "Solubilisation of inorganic phosphates by inoculant strains from tropical legumes," Scientia Agricola, vol.
In other words, 5.4 times less enzyme mass (0.02 g) was present on the test with free enzyme, which was conducted with 0.2 mL of the enzymatic extract prepared with solubilisation of 1 g enzyme lyophilized in 10 mL of water.
(2) So, solubilisation techniques that overcome this issue by increasing the solubility of drugs are becoming more and more important to pharmaceutical industry.
The solubilisation rate of OPMF structural sugars was found to be higher at high sodium hydroxide (NaOH) concentration and in high temperature condition.
The solubilisation is then the limiting step and solubility becomes the essential parameter which induces the microwave SFME selective extraction.
Bovine type I collagen was purified from yearling hides obtained from a local abattoir using the well-established method [30] of pepsin solubilisation of minced, unhaired dermis, using 1mg/ml pepsin (Sigma-Aldrich) in 100 mM acetic acid (Merck).