solubilization


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solubilization

(ˌsɒljʊbəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

solubilisation

n
(Chemistry) the process whereby something becomes soluble or more soluble
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Generally these mechanism includes indole acetic acid production (Lee et al., 2004), phosphate solubilization activity (Verma et al., 2001; Wakelin et al., 2004), production of a siderophores (Pandey et al., 2015).
(2007) demonstrated that basic treatments during solubilization of trout filleting processing by-products (contained bones with left-over fish meat, skin, scales, and fins) yielded protein concentrate with less minerals (Mg, Ca, and P) than the insoluble fractions.
ferrooxidans, promoting the most effective solubilization of the metals of interest pertaining to ore sulfides [7, 15].
Besides, alcohol ethoxylate enhances solubilization of oil and water, and effectively bringing them close thoroughly.
The values of Gibbs free energy associated with the aqueous solubility of fenofibrate in the presence of HP[beta]CD ( were all negative for HP[beta]CD at various concentrations, indicating the spontaneous nature of the drug solubilization. The values decreased with increasing HP[beta]CD concentration, demonstrating that solubilization was more favorable as concentration of HP[beta]CD increased.
Phosphate solubilization and transport of ferric iron by siderophore released from PGPR increases the accessibility of different types of nutrients in the rhizosphere (Jetiyanon, 2015).
According to the company, the range offers a wide variety of benefits including emulsification, detergency and cleansing, and solubilization while delivering mild and stable formulations.
One of the main reasons for using PGPRs in agriculture is their secretion of metabolites that directly stimulate plant growth (3) and among them solubilization of inorganic phosphate (4), and improvement plant resistance to stress, salinity and heavy metals toxicity (5-6).
In the pharmaceutical market, these products are used for solubilization, emulsification and lubrication to improve drug delivery and enhance bioavailability.
[9] reported the use of water or low ionic strength media for the extraction and solubilization of myofibrillar proteins from skeletal muscle.