caprylate


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caprylate

(ˈkæprɪˌleɪt)
n
a salt of caprylic acid
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Common ingredient functions for creating hurdles include membrane disruptors like caprylyl glycol or glyceryl caprylate and chelating agents like caprylhydroxamic acid.
There was a preincubation at 37[degrees]C for 5 min and [beta]-naphthyl caprylate (dissolved in DMSO) as substrate was added, again incubated at 37[degrees]C for 10 min.
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.
Some nonsolvents reported are caprylate and caprate triglyceride [17], cottonseed oil [13,14], methanol, ethanol, and isopropanol [18].
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 72.2% at 65[degrees]C, 250 rpm, 100 mg of enzyme, capry lie acid do eugenol molar ratio of 1:2 after 4.5 hours of reaction.
Among the 13 esters quantified, ethyl caprylate has the highest average content of esters, standing out (P < 0.01) among wines with diverse strains.
In the field of quantification of cosmetics, SFC approaches were developed for the analysis of cream, glyceryl caprylate in eye liner, and caffeine in eye serum at constant conditions of 35[degrees]C and 150 bar with methanol as organic modifier [11].