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amylosulfate sodium

Known as: sodium amylosulfate 
National Institutes of Health

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1982
1982
We compared the yield and speed of detection of clinically important microorganisms from 10,156 paired 5-ml samples of blood… 
1979
1979
Normal fresh and heat-inactivated (56°C, 30 min) human sera (80 vol%, i.e., 80% [vol/vol] of a 2-ml assay volume) killed Bacillus… 
1979
1979
Fresh, defibrinated human blood (80 vol%, i.e., 80% [vol/vol] of a 2-ml final assay volume) from two healthy adult donors killed… 
1978
1978
Sodium polyanethol sulfonate (SPS) at 500 microgram/ml, but not sodium amylosulfate (SAS) at 500 microgram/ml, precipitated egg… 
1978
1978
Tests of 25 strains of Neisseria meningitidis for sensitivity to sodium polyanethol sulfonate (SPS) showed that the sensitivity… 
1977
1977
The synthetic anticoagulant sodium amylosulfate (SAS) at concentrations of 125 to 2,000 microgram/ml failed to completely… 
1976
1976
A comparison between sodium polyanetholsulfonate and sodium amylosulfate in unvented vacuum blood culture bottles containing… 
1973
1973
Sodium amylosulfate was shown to be a useful anticoagulant additive for increased isolation of bacteria from clinical blood… 
1972
1972
Summary Sodium amylosulfate (SAS), a new anticoagulant, was found to interfere with the antibacterial activity of blood and serum… 
1972
1972
The modes of action of sulfated polyanions, sodium amylosulfate and sodium polyanethol sulfonate were studied. These agents…