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hy·drox·y

 (hī-drŏk′sē)
adj.
Of or containing the hydroxyl group.

[From hydroxyl.]

hydroxy

(haɪˈdrɒksɪ)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) (of a chemical compound) containing one or more hydroxyl groups
[C19: hydro- + oxy(gen)]
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Adj.1.hydroxy - being or containing a hydroxyl group
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Results: Results showed that patients with PDD were deficient in serum 25 hydroxy vitamin D and cortical/subcortical cognitive functioning in contrast with healthy individuals.
Nutritional role of the leucine metabolite p- hydroxy p-methylbutyrate (HMB).
To smooth skin from within, seek a gentle chemical exfoliant that aids in cell turnover by using ingredients like Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) or Polyhydroxy Acid (PHA).
AmLactin alpha hydroxy therapy is said to have more than three times the concentration of lactic acid, a powerful AHA, than in other top-selling therapeutic moisturizers.
Chemical exfoliates like beta hydroxy and alpha hydroxy acids are dependent on proper pH for them to work best.
Alpha Hydroxy acid: they help in gentle exfoliation of the top layer of the skin, revealing a more youthful-looking skin underneath.
The coralline hydroxy apatite replicated from the exoskeleton of porites [Coralline Hydroxy Apatite Porites (CHAP)] consists of 230-[?]m-diameter, parallel channels interconnected by 190-[?]m diameter fenestrations and has a void volume of 66%.
Hydroxy intercalation may occur following the formation of vermiculite or after further weathering to smectite, and hydroxy-Al cations may be removed by complex formation and chelation with organic matter.
Although it has been proved that hydroxyapatite particles increase in-vitro cellular proliferation and differentiation, not many studies have so far been carried out on the effect of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles stabilized on the polymeric bed of poly hydroxy alkanoate on cellular responds.
8,535,649 B2; Chanel Parfums Beaute, Neuilly sur Seine, France, has patented cosmetic composition comprising, in a physiologically acceptable medium, at least one anhydrous gel having a viscosity of at least 180,000 cP*s at 25[degrees]C, which includes at least one oil and at least one copolymer of styrene and at least one olefin other than styrene; at least one ester obtained from a saturated or unsaturated and linear or branched aliphatic acid or hydroxy acid having from 8 to 30 carbon atoms, a linear or branched diacid having from 12 to 36 carbon atoms, and glycerol or a glycerol condensate; and optionally at most 10% by weight of wax(es).
Initial calculations suggest that pinenes may form hydroxy-peroxy radicals via addition of hydroxy radical across the double bond, followed by addition of oxygen.
It's hydrating and instantly improves your skin's texture with a powerful combination of alpha hydroxy acids and repairing Vitamins B, and E.