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tartrate

 [tahr´trāt]
a salt of tartaric acid.

tar·trate

(tar'trāt), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation tartarate.
A salt of tartaric acid.

tar·trate

(tahr'trāt) Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation tartarate.
A salt of tartaric acid.
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Whole-genome sequencing analysis * of isolate genomes of Salmonella Paratyphi B variant L(+) tartrate + (Java) from human, from Python regius, and from environmental sources associated with the outbreak investigation ([dagger])--United States, 2017
Group II: Animals were injected with experimental dose of 1.71 mg/kg body weight of antimony sodium tartrate at interval of 4 days for 12 weeks.
Effects of Feeding of Ammonium Tartrate on ME, FAS, and ACL Specific Activity and Lipid Accumulation in C.
Single crystals of morpholinium hydrogen tartrate were grown from the supersaturation solution at room temperature.
Present study showed that the use of 0.5% timolol maleate was safe and more effective than 0.2% brimonidine tartrate when given 1 hour before laser capsulotomy.
The proprietary brimonidine tartrate gel proved faster acting and significantly more effective than the vehicle.
Further more, high molecular weight acid phosphatase forms are inhibited by fluoride and tartrate while low molecular weight enzyme forms are unaffected by either fluoride or by tartrate (Igarashi and Hollander, 1968; Hollander, 1971).
Easy integration into formulas is also an advantage; Carnipure crystalline and Carnipure tartrate are stable under common processing conditions.
Wine has a pH usually in the range of 3.10-3.50 and therefore, tartaric acid which has a first dissociation value in this range will dissociate into its bitartrate and tartrate ions.
Fablyn, or lasofoxifene tartrate, was rejected by the FDA in September 2005 as a medicine to prevent osteoporosis.
The study then focused on the 1,162 patients from this group who were treated with either carvedilol, atenolol, or metoprolol tartrate (an immediate-release formulation of metoprolol).