sodium citrate


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sodium citrate

n.
A white crystalline or granular compound, Na3C6H5O7, used in photography and in medicine especially as an anticoagulant of blood stored for transfusion.
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Agar citrate kristensena (composition: yeast extract, l-cysteine hydrochloride, sodium citrate, glucose, potassium dihydrogen phosphate, sodium chloride, phenol red, agar-agar)
The patients are currently given variable doses of sodium bicarbonate, sodium citrate or potassium citrate in liquid form every four to six hours, concluded the company.
On the other hand, dietary sodium citrate was shown to damage the liver of tilapia, as well as decreasing their growth and overall health status (Romano et al.
The product portfolio consists of caffeine citrate injection and caffeine citrate oral solution for apnoea of prematurity in pre-term babies, sodium chloride oral solution for correction of hypernatremia in infants, sodium citrate oral solution for the prevention of respiratory complications in women undergoing caesarean sections and peppermint water for symptomatic relief of minor upper digestive complaints.
Check labels for acidic additives, such as phosphoric acid, sodium citrate, and citric acid, when choosing drinks, and rinse your mouth with water after drinking acidic products.
We hypothesize that exposing A549 cells to pyruvic acid, oxalic acid, fructose diphosphate (FDP), sodium citrate and Zn acetate should negatively influence their survival by modulating central energetics, while MRC-5 will not be adversely influenced by such treatment.
Sodium citrate 3% has been used as an alternative to heparin as anticoagulation in cell salvage.
You can buy sodium citrate at some brewer supply stores or order it readily online.
Using sodium citrate, the patient's platelet count was 249 x [10.
This explains the decrease in water of mixing following an increase in the level of sodium citrate added.