caprylate


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caprylate

(ˈkæprɪˌleɪt)
n
a salt of caprylic acid
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This new formulation is manufactured using a caprylate chromatography process, which significantly reduces procoagulant activity and product impurities such as IgG aggregates.
In conjunction, the company's new formulation is manufactured using a sophisticated caprylate chromatography process, which reduces procoagulant activity and product impurities.
9,801,798 B2; L'Oreal has patented a cosmetic composition, comprised of, in a physiologically acceptable medium, glyceryl caprylate, 1,3-propanediol, and phytic acid or any of the salts thereof.
Phenethyl alcohol, an essential oil component of rose oil, in combination with caprylyl glycol and glyceryl caprylate, is a new preservative for emulsion formulations, especially those of droplet particle size in the range of 100-900 nm.
2012) synthesized eugenyl caprylate using Lipozyme TL IM as catalyst in solvent-free system, and obtained a maximum reaction yield of 72.
Reverse dialysis of preservative substances including caprylate (octanoate) or N-acetyl-tryptophan found in albumin solutions from dialysate solutions into the blood is possible, but there are insufficient data related with negativities that may be caused by this situation.
Dedicated manufacturing steps in plasma fractionation--such as solvent-detergent, caprylate or heat treatment and nanofiltration--have the capacity to destroy or eliminate pathogens with Flaviviridae characteristics.
Stabilizing effects of caprylate and acetyltryptophanate on heat-induced aggregation of bovine serum albumin.