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pyrogen

[′pī·rə‚jən]
(biochemistry)
A group of substances thought to be polysaccharides of microbial origin that produce an increase in body temperature when injected into humans and some animals.
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The RPT was the first method developed to screen for pyrogenic substances.
Phenols can be effectively removed from pyrogenic wastewater by applying dephenolation when gaseous heat carrier technology (e.g.
The main objective of this analysis is to observe time-dependent crystallography evolution of ACS due to recarbonation and hydroadsorption of pyrogenic fcc CaO.
Detection of various pyrogenic substances using the MAT and standard methods will be presented.
Pyrogenic silica, AEROSIL 130 (A130) with the particle size 16 urn and specific surface area 130 [+ or -] 25 [m.sup.2]/g was supplied by EVONIK.
"Collaboration with DKSH now allows us to better serve potential customers in the region while continuing to develop our market position for pyrogenic silica and Belsil products."
Aluminum oxide C pyrogenic alumina is an antistatic agent for granular plastics.
Kathleen Krenzer, O.D., Ph.D., who supervised this test, summarized in the final report: "The extract of the test article, Hydroxyapatite (HAp) coated stent, was evaluated for its potential to produce a pyrogenic response (induce fever - MIVT comment) when tested in rabbits.
The minimum level of endotoxin to cause pyrogenic activity is approximately 5 EU/kg body weight (4-6).
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 13, 2019-: Fumed (Pyrogenic) Silica Market - A Global Overview 2019-2025 with Profiles of 30+ Companies & Industry Guide with Contact Details for 50 Companies
The carrier material for the silicone is a pyrogenic silica which has been tailored for the silicone.