glutaraldehyde


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glutaraldehyde

[‚glüd·ə′ral·də‚hīd]
(organic chemistry)
OHC(CH2)3CHO A liquid with a boiling point of 188°C; soluble in water and alcohol; used as a biological solution (50) and for leather tanning.
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0 mg of transferrin protein was dissolved in coupling buffer (10 ml) (named as pre-coupling solution) and mixed with 50 mg glutaraldehyde activated MNPs.
They were cross-linked with glutaraldehyde (GA), polyethylene glycol (PEG), 1-ethyl-3(3-dimethyl aminopropyl) carbbodiimide (EDC) and hexamethylene diiisocyanate (HMDC) for desired time intervals.
The materials include a cost calculator to help customers determine how much they should pay for blended products, technical information and fact sheets, a compendium of glutaraldehyde milestones, and other information.
the purpose of this clinical study is to test the null hypothesis that adhesives containing glutaraldehyde perform equally well to conventional three-step etch-and-rinse systems regarding POS after 48 hours and seven days.
Glutaraldehyde is used as an immersion chemical in disinfecting heat-sensitive medical equipment (e.
Reaction of collagen hydrolyzate with glutaraldehyde can be schematically described as follows:
The enzyme membrane was then incubated with glutaraldehyde a cross-linking agent at different concentrations ranging from 0.
Glutaraldehyde is available under the trade name of "UrinAid.
Objective: Calcification is a frequent cause of the clinical failure of bioprosthetic heart valves fabricated from glutaraldehyde pretreated bovine pericardium.
treating the heated glass beads with glutaraldehyde in phosphate buffer of pH about 6.
Whole brains were fixed with 4% paraformaldehyde (PF) for immunohistochemistry using calretinin (Chemicon) and GAD (Sigma) antibodies or fixed in 1% PF + 2% glutaraldehyde for GABA (Sigma).
Pentaethylenehexamine and glutaraldehyde were purchased from Fluka (Steinheim, Germany), and 1-chloro-2,3-epoxypropane (epichorhydrin) was from Aldrich (Poznan, Poland).