DMSO


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DMSO

 (dē′ĕm-ĕs-ō′)
n.
A colorless hygroscopic liquid, (CH3)2SO, obtained from lignin, used as an industrial solvent and in medicine as a penetrant to convey medications into the tissues.

[d(i)m(ethyl)s(ulf)o(xide).]
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DMSO

abbreviation for
(Elements & Compounds) dimethylsulphoxide
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DMSO

dimethyl sulfoxide: a liquid industrial solvent, C2H6OS, approved for topical use to reduce inflammation and diffuse drugs into the bloodstream.
[1960–65]
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Translations

DMSO

V. dimethyl sulfoxide.
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[8] fabricated a variety of PEDOT:PSS films from PEDOT:PSS aqueous dispersion to which DMSO was added in various concentrations and characterized them in order to study the effect of DMSO on the properties of PEDOT:PSS films.
These conditions included guanidine hydrochloride from 0 to 4.3 M, DMSO from 0 to 20 percent by volume, and MeCN from 25 to 75 percent by volume.
A stock solution of L was made in 100% DMSO at 500 mM concentration.
The use of a solvent (DMSO) as a bore fluid instead of water produced larger outer surface pore sizes, inner surface pore sizes, and fibre porosity (fibre 1: 0.18 [micro]m, 0.43 [micro]m, 62% versus fibre 5: 0.62 [micro]m, 5.04 [micro]m, 80%).
At a pyrene concentration of 2x[10.sup.-5] g/L, the SSF intensities differ, depending on the solvent nature, and the strongest fluorescence signal was detected in the case of DMSO. At a pyrene concentration of 2x[10.sup.-4] g/L, the highest SSF signal was detected in the water-ethanol medium.
Next, the holocellulose powder was extracted by DMSO at 80[degrees]C for 7 h, using a solid to liquid ratio of 1:25(g/ml).
When conducting a comparative study between DMSO and ethylene glycol in the slow freezing of testicular fragments of prepubertal mice (Mus musculus), GOOSSENS et al.
T1 Control (distilled water) T2 1,500 ppm Mancozeb T3 10,000 ppm DMSO (1% DMSO) T4 10,000 ppm Galangal extract T5 80,000 ppm Garlic extract T6 7,500 ppm Lemongrass extract T7 20,000 ppm Turmeric extract T8 8,530 ppm Ginger extract T9 3,000 ppm Galangal essential oil T10 100 ppm Garlic essential oil T11 500 ppm Lemongrass essential oil T12 2,500 ppm Turmeric essential oil T13 8,000 ppm Ginger essential oil