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propionate

[′prō·pē·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt of propionic acid, CH3CH2-COOH; an example is sodium propionate, CH3CH2COONa.
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Indian pharma firm Zydus Cadila (NSE: CADILAHC) has been granted approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market Clobetasol Propionate ointment USP, 0.
5,6 In this study we used Testosterone propionate (TP) to develop a rodent model of the condition.
To date, most reports of propionate salt supplementation in ruminant diets focused on performance, such as dry matter digestibility [4-7], carcass index [8,9], and milk and protein yield [7,10,11].
Conclusion: The frequency of serum cortisol suppression was significantly higher amongst patients using clobetasol propionate 0.
The growing food industry is expected to fuel the demand for calcium propionate in the forecast period.
After 10 days, the calcium propionate additive lost its effectiveness, but the edible films made with small droplets of the oils continued to inhibit the growth of mold.
Propionate is said to stimulate the gut or digestive system such that, it releases a hormone that tricks the brain into perceiving that the amount of food ingested is more than it is in actuality.
Propionate is produced naturally when dietary fibre is processed in the gut, but the new ingredient, called inulin-propionate ester, offers bigger amounts of propionate than people can acquire while on a normal diet.
This redirects H2 to other reductive rumen bacteria such as acetogens or propionate producers.
Such fibers cannot be digested directly by the intestine but are instead fermented by intestinal bacteria into short-chain fatty acids such as propionate and butyrate, which can in fact be assimilated by our bodies.
USPRwire, Thu Dec 12 2013] The calcium propionate market is a promising segment within the preservative segment.