Gluconic


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Related to Gluconic: gluconic acid sodium salt
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gluconique
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The loading scores of cysteine-glutathione disulfide (CysGTdS), thiamine, nicotinamide, gluconic acid, Cys, gluconic acid, and hypoxanthine were highly positive for PC1 (Table 2).
Though various types of strips have been developed over the last several decades, they all work the same way: Blood reacts with an enzyme (glucose oxidase) on the strip to produce gluconic acid as the glucometer sends a current through the portion of the strip attached to the device.
Lactobionic acid (4-O-beta-galactopyranosyl-D-gluconic acid), a disaccharide formed from gluconic acid and galactose, has been established as a potent antioxidant well suited for use in solutions intended to preserve organs stored for transplantation.
This bio lixiviant was produced by collaborator researchers from Idaho National Labs and is primarily composed of gluconic acid created by bacteria.
The values of the parameters analyzed in this study vary due to different factors such as botanical origin, geographical origin, climatic conditions, bee species, storage, date of harvest, as well as the presence of organic acids, minerals, proteins, polyols, gluconic acid, some antioxidants, such as carotenoids and flavonoids (Terrab, Diez, & Heredia, 2003; Acquarone, Buera, & Elizalde, 2007; Baltrusaityte, Venskutonis, & Ceksteryte, 2007; Silvano, Varela, Palacio, Ruffunengo, & Yamul, 2014).
Other chlorhexidine formulations contain additives such as gluconic acid and acetic acid that can potentially irritate the skin upon application.
The principle of examination in this method is glucose oxidase catalyzes the oxidation reaction of glucose into gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide.
With these kinds of extreme vintages, the analyses of yeast-assimilable nitrogen (YAN) and gluconic acid acquire increasing importance in the winemaking process in order to maximize quality in a finished wine.