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Route of decomposition of thiomersal (thimerosal).
  • M. Tan, J. E. Parkin
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • International journal of pharmaceutics
  • 4 November 2000
The route of formation and identification of the principal degradation products of thimerosal (thiomersal) has been undertaken. The initial oxidation to dithiosalicylic acid is followed by cleavageExpand
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Chitosan-dextran sulfate nanoparticles for delivery of an anti-angiogenesis peptide
A novel nanoparticle delivery system has been developed by employing the oppositely charged polymers chitosan (CS) and dextran sulfate (DS), and a simple coacervation process. Under the conditionsExpand
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Kinetic study of the reaction of sulfamethoxazole and glucose under acidic conditions: I. Effect of pH and temperature.
The kinetics of the reaction of sulfamethoxazole (SMX) in 5% w/v glucose to form the corresponding alpha- and beta-glucosylamines over the pH range of 0.80-6.88 at 37 degrees C has been investigated.Expand
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Plasmodium: assessment of the antimalarial potential of trifluralin and related compounds using a rat model of malaria, Rattus norvegicus.
A rodent model of malaria, Plasmodium berghei was used to assess the antimalarial potential of dinitroaniline herbicides. Trifluralin, pendimethalin, oryzalin, and benfluralin were all active againstExpand
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Chemical Incompatibility Between Procainamide Hydrochloride and Glucose Following Intravenous Admixture
Abstract— The chemical reaction between procainamide hydrochloride and glucose following admixture to glucose infusion has been investigated. Substantial amounts (10–15% after 10h at roomExpand
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High-performance liquid chromatography of low-molecular-weight aliphatic alcohols using indirect photometric detection
Analyse d'alcools en C 3 et C 4 avec detection photometrique grâce a l'addition de composes absorbant les UV
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