merthiolate


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merthiolate

[mər′thī·ə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
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After incubation, the cultures were killed with Merthiolate (0.02%, wt/vol) and then filtrated to separate the hyphal cell mass.
In addition to the environmental inorganic/organic mercury assaults many children have been exposed to ethylmercury in the form of thimerosal (called thiomersal in the UK, marketed as Merthiolate in the USA) has been used as a preservative agent for vaccines and toxoids [8].
The mercury compound is found in organic combinations in the form of sodium salt--thimerosal (sodium ethylmercuriothiosalicylate, merthiolate).
faction the welts on her body painted in old-fashioned merthiolate
Los especimenes se conservaron durante un tiempo inferior a dos meses en solucion salina isotonica con una gota de Merthiolate, a temperatura ambiente.
Assessment of modified Merthiolate- Iondine- Formalin (MIF) stain method for detecting intestinal protozoan parasites: efficacy of replacement of merthiolate with mercurochome.
The preparations were centrifuged, filter sterilized, merthiolate added (1:10,000) and stored at 4 C for further use.
Thimerosal (also known as Mercurochrome and Merthiolate) is an organic, mercury-containing preservative that was added to vaccines from the 1940s until 2001 to prevent bacterial and fungal contamination, which was especially important for multi-dose vials.
To maintain soft-tissue compliance and hydration after thawing, the bones were kept stored in 1:10,000 merthiolate in 0.9% saline solution.
He decides at one point to "reduce my toilet to five bottles--olive oil, boric acid, merthiolate, soda and salt, [and] witch hazel." He stays at a nice New York City hotel for $25--startling until you realize that the consumer price index has gone up fifteen-fold since 1941, so he paid $375 in our money.