sodium thioglycolate


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sodium thioglycolate

[′sōd·ē·əm ‚thī·ə′glī·kə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
C2H3NaO3S A water-soluble compound produced as hygroscopic crystals; used as an ingredient in bacteriology media, and in hair-waving solutions.
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The IL-10 concentration released in PECs culture treated with 3% sodium thioglycolate of Swiss mice healthy and infected with S.
The IL-12 concentration released in PECs culture treated with 3% sodium thioglycolate of Swiss mice healthy and infected with S.
Formulation: Agar 5.0 g NaCl 5.0g Sodium thioglycolate 1.5g [Na.sup.2]HP[O.sup.4] 1.1g CaCl2 solution 9.0ml pH 8.0 [+ or -] 0.5 at 25[degrees]C Principle:
The investigators produced a recovery agent by mixing the following ingredients per liter: Peptone (2 g), cysteine (0.25 g), lithium chloride (3 g), beef extract (2 g), sodium thioglycolate (0.05 g), Tween 20 (5 ml) and sodium pyruvate (0.01 g).
Formulation: Agar 5.0 g NaCl 5.0 g Sodium thioglycolate 1.5 g [Na.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4] 1.1 g Ca[Cl.sub.2] solution 9.0 ml pH 8.0 [+ or -] 0.5 at 25[degrees]C Principle: