Chemicals such as tannic acid, gallic acid, Oxidized and reduced glutathione, hydrogen peroxide ([H.sub.2][O.sub.2]), dithionitrobenzene (DTNB), thiobarbituric acid (TBA), and adrenaline were purchased from Sigma Chemical Co.
Furthermore, histopathology study revealed normal glomerulus and tubules with intact renal architecture in normal (Figure 3(a)), gallic (Figure 5(a)), and tannic acid (Figure 5(b)) group without cisplatin injection.
Tonogai, "Effects of the oral administration of green tea polyphenol and tannic acid on serum and hepatic lipid contents and fecal steroid excretion in rats," Journal of Health Science, vol.
Kabra, "Differential effects of tannic acid on cisplatin induced nephrotoxicity in rats," The FEBS Letters, vol.
In this study, the polysilsesquioxanes were successfully synthesized via the sol-gel process of MTES, GPMS, and TEOS using phytic acid, tannic acid, 1-hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid, and hydrochloric acid as the catalyst, respectively.
Al-Mayouf, AM, "Inhibitors for Chemical Cleaning of Iron With Tannic Acid." Desalination, 121 (2) 173-182 (1999)
Chelating action- Tannic acid exhibits good chelating property with [Fe.sup.2+] and [Fe.sup.3+] ions.
Several other works successfully exhibited corrosion inhibition property of tannic acid in presence of additives, a notable one of which is calcium gluconate .
In this paper, we investigated the scale inhibition efficiency of tannic acid for application in oil wells with produced water composition from an offshore field.
Key Words: Cellulase; Xylanase; Rumen bacteria; Tanin; Tannic acid
Tannic acid (TA), typical hydrolysable tannin, is even toxic to both ruminant and monogastric animals particularly when it is available in the diets of those animals in excess amounts (Zhu et al., 1992).
Effect of different concentrations of tannic acid on the enzyme activities: