digestant


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digestant

(dɪˈdʒɛstənt; daɪ-)
n
(Pharmacology) a substance, such as hydrochloric acid or a bile salt, that promotes or aids digestion
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di·ges·tant

n. digestivo, agente que facilita la digestión.
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5,6,10] In a 15 ml screw capped tube sputum was mixed with equal volume of NALC-NaOH digestant.
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It supports the bitter principle nigellin's curative effect on metabolism for stimulating the appetite and as a digestant aid (this is due to the increased secretion of gastric juices).
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This digestant mixture is then diluted severalfold with buffer to minimize further activity of the reagents.