tartrate


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tartrate

[′tär‚trāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt or ester of tartaric acid, for example, sodium tartrate, Na2C4H4O6.
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B) Antimony potassium tartrate trihydrate, Chargelot, own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=47342907;
A ball python bedding sample from the Arizona residence and a ball python cloacal sample from the Indiana residence yielded Salmonella Paratyphi B variant L(+) tartrate + (Java).
Group 1: Animals were given 1/2 MLD 6 mg/kg of antimony sodium tartrate I/V at interval of two days for 12 weeks.
alpina [13], effects of feeding of ammonium tartrate at 72 h on the activities of the enzymes were investigated.
Morpholinium hydrogen tartrate single crystals were synthesized from morpholine (Merck GR grade) and L-tartaric acid.
Group B was experimental group which received 0.2% Brimonidine tartrate. Intraocular pressure was measured using Goldmann tonometer before instilling these topical medications.
The patients were randomized to once-daily brimonidine tartrate gel 0.5% or a vehicle gel for 4 weeks, with 4 weeks of subsequent off-label follow-up.
The enzyme was also competitively inhibited by tartrate (Ki, 0.69 mM) and concluded that it was recognized as tartrate sensitive acid phosphatase to distinguish it from tartrate resistant acid phosphatase class.
Lonza offers not only Carnipure crystalline, which is pure L-carnitine, but also Carnipure tartrate, a non-hygroscopic alternative for liquid and solid applications.
The solution: double-salt precipitation--so called because it precipitates a double salt, as opposed to a simple salt like potassium tartrate. Specifically, it is a technique used for reducing tartaric and malic acids in approximately equal parts by precipitating them in their double-salt form using a special formulation consisting mainly of calcium carbonate (chalk) and a small percentage of calcium tartrate malate as a seeding aid.
Amicus Therapeutics (Cranbury, NJ) announced the issuance on March 10, 2009 of United States Patent 7,501,439, titled "Tartrate Salt of Isofagomine and Methods of Use." The patent covers the tartrate salt form of isofagomine, the active ingredient in the company's investigational drug Plicera (afegostat tartrate), and its use for the treatment of Gaucher disease.