alkalinization


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alkalinization

(ˌælkəlɪnaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

alkalinisation

n
the process of becoming alkaline, or making alkaline
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That Cry toxins are capable of exerting their adverse effects when suspended in distilled water, not requiring alkalinization via insect physiology to become activated as formerly believed.
His urine sample turned brown following alkalinization (Figure 1)Thoracic spine radiograph showed calcification of the intervertebral disc spaces at all levels of the thoracic vertebrae with disc space narrowing and anterior and posterior osteophytes (Figure 3a, b), whereas lumbar spine radiograph revealed diffuse severe osteopenia with interbody disc space calcification in the umbar region (Figure 3c).
On alkalinization, pH of alkalinized lignocaine became 7.83 and that of alkalinized lignocaine-bupivacaine combination increased to 7.98.
Maintaining a constant pH in the cytoplasm is very important for the survival of microorganisms and acidification or alkalinization leads to a decrease in the function of vital cell components.
Urine alkalinization to a pH above 6.5 was once a common practice for the prevention and treatment of hyperuricemia in TLS.
Although an optimum protocol has not been established, urine alkalinization followed by instillation of 40 mg/20 mL mitomycin C and dwell time of 1 hour was recommended (30).
ALTERED RESPONSE TO GRAVITY Is a Peripheral Membrane Protein That Modulates Gravity-Induced Cytoplasmic Alkalinization and Lateral Auxin Transport in Plant Statocytes.
Specific perception of subnanomolar concentrations of chitin fragments by tomato cells: induction of extracellular alkalinization, changes in protein phosphorylation, and establishment of a refractory state.
SMX adsorption results in alkalinization of its samples at pKa lower than 7 and acidification at pKa higher than 7, remaining unchanged at pH = 12.
Be aware that other therapies--including phosphate binders, potassium, B vitamin, antioxidant supplementation, alkalinization therapy, and administration of fluids either intravenously or subcutaneously--have the potential to help cats with CKD.