Smith Hall

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A typical All-in-One (AIO) parenteral nutrition mixture in a 3-litre polymeric infusion bag will consist of lipid emulsion, amino acids, glucose, electrolytes, trace elements and vitamins. This varied mixture of chemical entities provides the potential for a number of chemical and physicochemical interactions that can compromise the clinical safety and(More)
Instability arising from the formation of precipitates and lipid emulsion aggregates is common in parenteral nutrition formulations due to the concentration- and pH-dependent incompatibility of some of the vital ingredients. Previously, the boundaries between stability and instability could only be established through the use of laborious and expensive(More)
Dihydrolipoamide dehydrogenase has been discovered in the halophilic archaebacteria for the first time. The enzyme from both classical and alkaliphilic halobacteria has been investigated. (1) The enzyme specifically catalysed the stoichiometric oxidation of dihydrolipoamide by NAD+. Enzymic activity was optimal at 2 M-NaCl and was remarkably resistant to(More)
A side-by-side comparison of two popular thinning systems, a skidder system and a forwarder system, was made during winter logging conditions in southern Alabama. The first report of this study addressed stand and site impacts of these two thinning systems. This report focuses on productivity and costs while thinning an 18-year-old loblolly pine plantation.(More)
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