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nonacid

(ˌnɒnˈæsɪd) or

nonacidic

adj
(Chemistry) chem lacking the properties of an acid
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With additional experience, it was found that some nonacidic foods (such as eggs and red apples) also triggered symptoms in some patients.
subtilis CU1 creates a natural protective shield that resists the acid in the stomach, which helps the probiotic stay alive until it reaches nonacidic conditions, lower in the digestive tract.
Furthermore, a minority of C[O.sub.2] adsorption on zeolite 5A is chemisorbed to form carbonate species because carbon dioxide does not interact with nonacidic OH groups on Ca[(OH).sup.+] [20].
In an aged rat model of NSAID-induced lower GI injury, celecoxib, a nonacidic compound, was associated with less intestinal damage than the acidic compounds etoricoxib and diclofenac, with the authors suggesting that acidity was a key determinant of the level of injury observed [46].
Accordingly, temperature between 300[degrees]C (the temperature required for the formation of anatase phase) and 600[degrees]C (the nanotube burns at higher temperatures) [5], pH between 2 and 4 (due to the absence of gel formation in nonacidic pH [21]), p-25 to nanotube ratio between 0 and 5 (composite cannot be stimulated with visible light at higher ratios.) were considered.
Also PTMC, a biocompatible and biodegradable polymer with nonacidic degradation products, has recently gained attention in bone regeneration, especially in the form of membranes and as a drug carrier [17,18].
Wiseman, Preparation and Antiinflammatory Activity of Some Nonacidic Trisubstituted Imidazoles.
For successful cleavage, thrombin requires an Arg at P1 position, Pro/Thr/Ala/Val/Ile at P2, Ser/Ala/Gly/Thr at P1' and a nonacidic aar at P2' (22).
The curriculum includes the collaborative treatment of hyposalivation involving salivary testing and monitoring of medications, as well as pharmacological treatment with salivary stimulants, and prescription fluoride and calcium toothpastes and the suggestion to use sugar-free, nonacidic gum or lozenges and the recommendation of avoiding alcohol containing mouth rinses, smoking, and limited caffeine.
As suggested in Figure 5, the amine-catalyzed decomposition of cholesterol 5-hydroperoxide (29) affords dioxetane (32) whose decomposition generates secosterol A (30) under nonacidic conditions.
Therefore, microbial sulfate reduction might be anticipated to occur within anaerobic zones in both acidic and nonacidic environments.