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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.

tartrate

/tar·trate/ (tahr´trāt) a salt of tartaric acid.

tartrate

[tä′trāt]
1 a dianion of tartaric acid.
2 any salt or ester of tartaric acid.

tar·trate

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

tartrate

a salt of tartaric acid.
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Bottle handling and disgorging environment * Light (UV) * Ambient temperature * Seasonal timing of disgorging * Rough handling before disgorging * Angle of the bottle * Neck freezing too fast * Rapid movement of wine from cold room to warm room Wine composition * Grape variety * Vintage variation * Protein instability * Wine temperature and dosage temperature * High bottle pressure * Tartrate crystals * Calcium crystals * Inconsistent mixing during tirage * Undissolved sugar in the dosage after addition * Yeast (from inadequate riddling/neck freezing) * High phenolic concentration * Turbidity * Malolactic fermentation in bottle Packaging materials * Cork dust * Glass imperfections in the bottle * Dust in the bottle
Tartrate instability in wine comes from two salts of bitartrate: potassium (KHT) and calcium (CaHT).
African grey parrots were found to have an increased threshold to an electric stimulus after butorphanol was administered at a dose of 2 mg/kg IMT; however, in another study, Hispaniolan Amazon parrots receiving the same dose of intramuscular butorphanol tartrate did not demonstrate a change in foot withdrawal at 30 minutes after drug administration.
24,25) Most interestingly, current research shows that this amelioration of post-exercise metabolism increases in response to the daily dosage of Carnipure tartrate, although it is already statistically significant at a dosage of 1 g of L-carnitine/day.
The initial safety analysis from ENGAGE suggests that eliglustat tartrate was well tolerated.
However, to prevent potential calcium tartrate crystallization, Boulton recommended using the double-salt method, in which a smaller fraction of the tank being de-acidified has the full amount of carbonate that would have been added to the entire tank.
The EXELON([R])* brand and generic Rivastigmine tartrate had U.
Calcium tartrate crystal formation may also be affected by these techniques, but this salt requires more time to precipitate and is less affected by cold temperature methods.
Daily supplementation with 500 mg of Carnipure tartrate, a form of L-carnitine, prevents the decline of plasma L-carnitine concentration in women from week 12 of pregnancy up to delivery, according to a new study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Further, TrACP released from platelets and erythrocytes during blood collection and clotting constitute an important source of error in determinations of band 5 TrACP that use tartrate as inhibitor [14].
Genzyme Corporation (NASDAQ: GENZ) today announced three-year follow-up data from patients enrolled in the phase 2 clinical trial for its investigational oral therapy for Gaucher disease type 1 known as eliglustat tartrate.
5mg form of lasofoxifene tartrate, and it was marketed under the Fablyn trade name.