It is thought PFOS - perflourobutane sulphonate
- foam used to fight fires in the Channel Islands may have polluted water sources and boreholes.
With strict aseptic precaution 4 ml of blood was collected, out of which 2 ml was inoculated into blood culture bottles with 20 ml of trypticase soy broth and another 2 ml in screw capped test tubes with saponin and sodium polyanethol sulphonate
Keywords: Electrolytes level, Hperkalemia, Sodium polystyrene sulphonate
The detergent composition contains an anionic surfactant comprised of linear alkylbenzene sulphonate
; an ethoxylated alcohol nonionic surfactant; and water.
Gamma rays and ethyl methane sulphonate
in In vitro induced Fusarium wilt resistant mutant bananas.
On resolution of the sepsis, he was commenced on intravenous (IV) cyclophosphamide with mercaptoethane sulphonate
Na (MESNA) according to the CYCLOPS protocol.
ZetaSperse 2300 is based on a synergistic combination of low molecular weight (<1 kDa) alkylaryl sulphonate
and alkyl ethoxylate chemistries that provides flexible surface affinity and stabilization characteristics.
Of these IS-4 exhibited relatively better enzyme production (224.2 U) and hence selected for further improvement through the treatment with ethyl methane sulphonate
(EMS) and nitrous acid (NA).
Death in sheep following dosing with copper diethylamine oxyquinoline sulphonate
as a commercial injectable copper preparation.
The mutagens are primarily grouped into two broad categories; i) physical mutagens like (alpha) , (beta) , (gamma) and x-rays, thermal neutrons and UV radiations, which act on DNA by breaking hydrogen bonds and sugar-phosphate moiety and ii) chemical mutagens which are sub grouped into alkylating agents like Ethyl Methane Sulphonate
(EMS), acridine dyes, base analogues, hydroxylamine and nitrous acid.
The technology starts with the preparation of the lignin extract, which relies on an existing commercial technology for producing sulphonate
, a lignin extract suitable for Lignoxy.