sorbitol

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sorbitol

[′sor·bə‚tȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C6H8(OH)6 Combustible, white, water-soluble, hygroscopic crystals with a sweet taste; melt at 93 to 97.5°C (depending on the form); used in cosmetic creams and lotions, toothpaste, and resins; as a food additive; and for ascorbic acid fermentation.
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1996) )has reported that the presence of organic osmolytes such as taurine and sorbital at 6 amd 12mM in maturation medium containing 68.
Both sorbital fermenting and non fermenting colonies were picked (5-10 from each plate) and identified biochemically.
6] CCID 0,5 ml oral 4 (GSK) olacak sekilde canli zayiflatilmis hafta ara ile insan rotavirus RIX 44 susu Yardimci iki kez maddeler: asilama 6-16 Seker 9 mg haftada Dekstran 18 mg baslamali Sorbital 13,5 mg 24.
With samples held at 5 C, the culturability of the cells was assayed at several intervals up to 14 days after inoculation on tryptic soy agar (TSA) and MacConkey sorbital agar (MSA).
coli (EHEC) 0157 was detected by the production of non-sorbital-fermenting colonies on sorbital MacConkey's agar (Oxoid CMA23) and confirmed by E.