Caproic

Ca`pro´ic


a.1.(Chem.) See under Capric.
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The carboxylic acids market has been segmented based on products such as acetic acid, valeric acids, isovaleric acid, formic acid, propionic acid, butyric acid, isobutyric acid, citric acid, caproic acid, and stearic acid.
None of the patients received aprotinin, DDAVP (desmopressin) or Epsilon amino caproic acid (Amicar[R]) before or during surgery.
The high bitter flavour perceived in the traditional Omashikwa may be due to the presence of wild microorganisms and enzymes which may hydrolyze fats and proteins into bitter fatty acids such as butyric, caproic, caprylic, capric and lauric acids and bitter peptides like tryptophan and tyrosine [14,15,16].
If the patient has hyperfibrinolysis, EACA (epsilon amino caproic acid), tranexamic acid and aprotinine may be used in treatment (33,36).
On the other hand, the antifungal activity of a sourdough Lactobacillus sanfranciscensis strain was reported to be due to mixtures of organic acids, such as acetic, caproic, propionic, formic, butyric, and n-valeric acids Dal Bello et al.
Commercial glycerol (Dinamica, Brazil) was utilized as a plasticizer, and the fatty acids that were used were caproic acid (99%, Vetec, Brazil), lauric acid (98%, Vetec, Brazil), and stearic acid (PA, Synth, Brazil).
Specifically, formulations containing valeric or pentanoic (C5), hexanoic or caproic (C6), heptanoic (C7), caprylic or octanoic (C8), pelargonic or nonanoic (C9), and/or decanoic or capric (C10) saturated acid demonstrated efficacy against mold growth for up to 12 weeks in the ASTM D4445 standard laboratory test for mold.
The BGS uses a blend of mosquito attractants consisting of lactic acid, ammonia, and caproic acid, substances all found on human skin.
Comments: An easy-to-use N-acyl derivative of tyrosine that is obtained via the condensation of tyrosine with caproic acid (as the potassium salt), delivering the equivalent of about 10% pure tyrosine.