glutaraldehyde


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glu·tar·al·de·hyde

 (glo͞o′tə-răl′də-hīd′)
n.
A water-soluble oily liquid, C5H8O4, containing two aldehyde groups, used in tanning leather and as a fixative for biological tissues.

[glutar(ic acid), organic compound used in making polymers (glut(en) + -aric, probably as in tartaric acid) + aldehyde.]
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glutaraldehyde

(ˌɡluːtəˈrældɪˌhaɪd)
n
(Chemistry) a water-soluble oil used as a disinfectant, tanning agent, and in resins. Formula: C5H8O2
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glutaraldehyde

n glutaraldehído; [Note: The accent is not a misprint.]
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Utilizing glutaraldehyde as cross-linking reagent, the binding of biocatalyst on chitosan beads stays away from an immediate contact of the enzymes with the encompassing medium, it likewise make the reagents to reach the catalytically active site of enzyme (Valentina et al., 2011).
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