ethoxyquin


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ethoxyquin

(organic chemistry)
C14H19NO A dark liquid, used as a growth regulator to protect apples and pears in storage.
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Barox (commercial blend of BHT, BHA, and ethoxyquin from Kemin) was added as antioxidant in a concentration of 0.
Leena Nair today said that the Ministry of Health, Labour & Welfare has officially notified the MRL for Ethoxyquin.
An ethoxyquin alternative would be useful for exports if the European Union decides, at some point, to ban the compound.
An article published in the Annals of Neurology reveals that ethoxyquin, an antioxidant frequently used as a preservative in pet food, could help prevent peripheral neuropathy in patients treated with the chemotherapy drug paclitaxel (Taxol[R]).
New Delhi, Sept 12 ( ANI ): Japan has agreed to resolve the issue of problems faced by Indian marine exporters regarding the level of Ethoxyquin in shrimps by the year-end.
Among other tips, EWG recommends choosing pet food without chemical preservatives such as BHA, BHT or ethoxyquin, and looking for organic or free-range ingredients rather than by-products.
Detection of ethoxyquin (an antioxidant used in shrimp feed) above allowed levels stalled Japanese purchases for weeks.
21 Spiroxamine Dec 2011 9 OD Neg -- Ethoxyquin (e) Mar 2008 8 AA 10.
It is imperative, though, that such industrial products must be hygienically safe, that they must be stored and packed under inert gas so as to avoid rancidification and that they must contain no toxic additives such as ethoxyquin or other mutagenic antioxidants.
Antioxidant Products: Ascorbic acid, ascorbyl palmitate, BHA, BHT, calcium ascorbate, erythorbic acid, ethoxyquin, sodium ascorbate, sodium erythorbate
The final topping of this unhealthy concoction is lots of preservatives, such as BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, propyl gallate, benzoate of soda plus artificial colorings and flavorings.