propylene glycol


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propylene glycol

[′prō·pə‚lēn ′glī‚kȯl]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CHOHCH2OH A viscous, colorless liquid, miscible with water, alcohol, and many solvents; boils at 188°C; used as a chemical intermediate, antifreeze, solvent, lubricant, plasticizer, and bactericide.
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Treat the doe with propylene glycol twice a day from the first time she goes off feed until she is completely back to normal or the kids are born.
Little is known about the overall safety or the carcinogenic effects of propylene glycol or glycerol when heated and aerosolised.
Scientists at the University of Tennessee characterized the effects of propylene glycol on the crystallization properties of lactose in spray-dried whey protein concentrate (WPC) and in aqueous solutions at refrigeration conditions.
Effect of oral administration of propylene glycol during periparturient period on blood biochemical parameters and liver triacylglicerol accumulation in postparturient dairy cows.
Group B was given TP 10mg/kg/day subcutaneously for 14 days, dissolved in 5ml/kg of propylene glycol.
This report discusses a case in which propylene glycol was used to dissolve resveratrol for IP slow bolus administration to rats.
Abbreviations PG: Propylene glycol FDA: United States Food and Drug Administration LVOT: Left ventricular outflow tract VTI: Velocity-time integral SV: Stroke volume BSA: Body surface area.
The standard solution of sodium valproate was prepared by dissolving 600 mg of sodium valproate in 10 ml of propylene glycol, at room temperature.
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has voluntarily recalled a cat treat out of "an abundance of caution." The company says a single bag of Blue Kitty Yums Chicken Recipe Cat Treats may have contained low levels of propylene glycol, which the FDA does not permit in cat food.