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  • Sulfaquinoxaline | C14H12N4O2S - PubChem

    Sulfaquinoxaline is a veterinary medicine which can be given to cattle and sheep to treat coccidiosis.It is available in Pakistan with Sanna Laboratories in combination with Amprolium and Vitamin K as potential treatment of coccidiosis.

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  • Antimicrobial properties of hydrogen peroxide and

    The topical application of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3), individually and in combination, has been used empirically in the treatment of periodontal diseases. In this study, we examined both minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentrations (M …

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  • Sulfaquinoxaline sodium salt ≥92.5% | 967-80-6

    Sulfaquinoxaline is a veterinary medicine used to treat coccidiosis. It is a protective agent against upper respiratory infections of poultry and a prophylactic against coccidiosis. Biochem/physiol Actions

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    2017-10-24 · Ten mg of the synthesized nanoparticles killed 95% of bacteria and inhibited 90% of bio film formation. Assays on membrane disintegration activities of the nanoparticles indicated that these nanoparticles destroyed the extracellular membrane of the bacteria.

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  • Influence of pH and ozone dose on sulfaquinoxaline ...

    2017-6-15 · Given this background, the main reasons for the present study of sulfaquinoxaline are as follows: (a) Brazil is the world's largest exporter of chicken meat and it is likely that with increased production, there will be a rise in the use of veterinary medicines for the treatment and prevention of diseases; (b) for more than seventy years, sulfonamides have been the most commonly used …

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  • Antimicrobial activity of different sodium and

    2018-1-1 · Phenols can also inhibit the synthesis of nucleic acids of both gram negative and gram positive bacteria 4. In this study, sodium galliate showed a MIC of less than 25 mg/ml for all microorganisms tested with the exception of L. monocytogenes and Salmonella spp (50 mg/ml).

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  • Sodium Hypochlorite Treatment: The Impact on

    The application of sodium hypochlorite can significantly reduce bacteria in water pipes. Endotoxin concentrations were mostly unaffected by water treatment. Disinfection of the dead-end pipe sections failed, and thus these parts should be regarded as potential contamination sources.

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  • Assessing the Efficacy of Sodium Bisulfate and

    2019-10-15 · In a survey sponsored by the Fats and Proteins Research Foundation, raw materials (animal waste tissues), crax (material from cooking or expelling process), and final rendered products were evaluated for five human pathogenic bacteria, including Salmonella ().Salmonella was found in 84.5% of the raw ingredients sampled, 0% of crax samples, and 26.1% of final rendered products ().

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  • Sodium azide - Wiley

    Sodium azide was used only briefly in the treatment of high blood pressure and circu-latory disorders because of its toxicity and narrow therapeutic range (Wollenek 1989). An oral dose of 0.65 to 1.3 mg sodium azide (about 0.01 to 0.02 mg/kg body weight) reduced the blood pressure in cancer patients with high blood pressure rapidly and for 10

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  • Potential application of waste fruit peels (orange,

    2020-1-1 · The antimicrobial activity was found to be effective against gram negative, and gram positive bacteria, in addition to two microscopic filamentous fungi (MFF) and yeast, thereby demonstrating the application of extracts on a wide range of microbial populations.

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  • Anti-microbial and skin wound dressing application of ...

    2017-10-24 · Synthesis of iodine nanoparticles. For the iodine nanoparticle synthesis, 1.4 G of calcium lactate, 1 G of disodium hydrogen phosphate, 60 ml of deionized water was taken in conical flask and stirred, and then 3 ml of 2% poly vinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) was added. After 10 min of stirring, 4 drops of sodium hydroxide (1 N) was slowly added.

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    2020-3-1 · The application of sodium hypochlorite can significantly reduce bacteria in water pipes. Endotoxin concentrations were mostly unaffected by water treatment. Disinfection of the dead-end pipe sections failed, and thus these parts should be regarded as potential contamination sources.

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  • Sodium Hypochlorite Treatment: The Impact on

    2021-2-8 · done by dissolving 12g (2.5 level teaspoons) sodium metabisulphite in 1 litre of water. The stock solution can be diluted by adding extra water to give weaker solutions. 4.-Pasteurisation . 4.1.-The principles of pasteurisation . Pasteurisation is a relatively mild form of heat treatment, generally at a temperature lower than the boiling point ...

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  • PRESERVATIVES - Food and Agriculture Organization

    2018-1-1 · Phenols can also inhibit the synthesis of nucleic acids of both gram negative and gram positive bacteria 4. In this study, sodium galliate showed a MIC of less than 25 mg/ml for all microorganisms tested with the exception of L. monocytogenes and Salmonella spp (50 mg/ml).

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  • Antimicrobial activity of different sodium and

    2010-9-1 · Metam-sodium is effective at reducing total aerobic and anaerobic bacteria at both the 3 and 5 gal/ton application levels. 2. The use of metam-sodium did not influence pH, litter moisture, litter water activity, ammonia production, or C. perfringens levels.

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  • The use of metam-sodium to reduce bacteria in

    Three concentrations (0.1 mM, 0.5 mM, and 1.0 mM) of sodium molybdate were added to continuously fed anaerobic upflow filters (1.01) treating a high-sulphate molasses wastewater which contained approximately 27.0 g chemical oxygen demand/l and 6.0 g sulphate/l. Sodium molybdate (0.1 mM) did not inhibit sulphate reduction by the filter. Higher concentrations (0.5 mM and 1.0 mM) inhibited ...

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  • Sodium molybdate inhibits sulphate reduction in the ...

    Furthermore, fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) analysis also confirmed the presence of Anammox bacteria inside the PVA-SA gel beads. Based on these results, using Anammox bacteria immobilized in PVA-SA gel beads crosslinked with sodium sulfate is suitable for starting the Anammox process.

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  • Anammox Bacteria Immobilization Using Polyvinyl

    2020-11-25 · 1. Introduction. Lung infection is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide [].Currently, antibiotics remain the mainstay treatment options for bacterial lung infections [].With the rapid emergence of multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacteria, last-line antibiotics such as colistin and carbapenem have been increasingly used for life-threatening infections.

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  • Potential of Inhaled Bacteriophage Therapy for

    2018-9-13 · Sodium Chlorite Treatment of Drinking Water with Chlorine Dioxide Introduction Chlorine dioxide is a powerful oxidizing agent, generated from sodium chlorite. Its selective reactivity makes chlorine dioxide useful in many water treating applications for which chlorine and …

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  • Enhanced antibacterial and anti-biofilm activities of ...

    2014-7-31 · Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) have been used as antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, anti-inflammtory, and antiangiogenic due to its unique properties such as physical, chemical, and biological properties. The present study was aimed to investigate antibacterial and anti-biofilm activities of silver nanoparticles alone and in combination with conventional antibiotics against various human ...

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  • INFLUENCE OF SODIUM SELENITE ON THE GROWTH OF

    2011-6-22 · sodium selenite and selected antibiotics. In solid mediums sodium selenite doesn’t inhibit the growth of bacteria, but increases the inhibitory effect of antibiotics. The sensitivity of bacteria to antibiotics is increased in the presence of selenium and it is the most evident at the concentration of 10mg/ml of sodium …

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  • PRESERVATIVES - Food and Agriculture Organization

    2021-2-8 · done by dissolving 12g (2.5 level teaspoons) sodium metabisulphite in 1 litre of water. The stock solution can be diluted by adding extra water to give weaker solutions. 4.-Pasteurisation . 4.1.-The principles of pasteurisation . Pasteurisation is a relatively mild form of heat treatment, generally at a temperature lower than the boiling point ...

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  • Removal of Sodium from Seawater Medium Using ...

    The removal of sodium (Na) from seawater using two photosynthetic bacteria was investigated using Rhodobacter sphaeroides SSI (SSI) and Rhodovulum sp. which is a marine photosynthetic bacterium. Both Rhodovulum sp. and acclimated SSI were shown to grow well in a 3% NaCl supplemented glutamate-malate medium. The maximum rate of Na removal was 39.3% by SSI and 64.9% by …

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  • How do salt and sugar prevent microbial spoilage ...

    2006-2-21 · The a w of most fresh foods is 0.99 whereas the a w necessary to inhibit growth of most bacteria is roughly 0.91. Yeasts and molds, on the other hand, usually require even lower a …

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  • Live probiotic Bifidobacterium lactis bacteria inhibit

    2008-5-6 · Similarly to L. fermentum, the addition of B. lactis alone to Caco-2 cell monolayers did not inhibit the recovery of TER, which returned to baseline after 24 h of culture (data not shown). In contrast, when B. lactis was administered together with gliadin, the bacteria inhibited the effects of gliadin on TER dose-dependently ().The lowest concentration of B. lactis (10 5 cfu/ml) did not ...

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  • Separation and enrichment of sodium-motile bacteria

    2020-11-24 · We loaded bacteria in buffer with no sodium ions (0 mM) (inlet 1) and flowed in against 42.5 mM and 85 mM NaCl to test if diffusion of sodium from the high concentration flow stream (inlet 2) would sufficiently drive rotation of flagella near the int erface and enable separation and selection of …

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  • Zeolite‐containing mixture alleviates microbial

    2020-11-30 · The marker bacteria of IBD, Enterobacteriaceae members, ranged from 0.06% in the CON group and 0.04% in the HY8 group to 48.28% in the DSS group and 26.87% in the DHY8 group. The inflammation‐related bacteria, Erysipelotrichaceae members, ranged from 0.46% in the CON group and 0.30% in the HY8 group to 2.65% in the DSS group and 1.41% in the ...

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  • Basic Chemicals cell Sodium Chlorite Treatment of

    2018-9-13 · Sodium Chlorite Treatment of Biofilms w/Chlorine Dioxide Introduction Biofilm is a polymeric film or slime produced by microorganisms, which forms on surfaces in contact with water. Biofilm is composed of extracellular polymeric substances produced by bacteria, aerobic and anaerobic bacteria…

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  • The inhibitory effect of a sodium free powder preservative ...

    2018-1-17 · The inhibitory effect of a sodium free powder preservative on Listeria monocytogenes and lactic acid bacteria in turkey ham applications. E. Heintz 1* , …

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  • PRESERVATIVES - Food and Agriculture Organization

    2021-2-8 · done by dissolving 12g (2.5 level teaspoons) sodium metabisulphite in 1 litre of water. The stock solution can be diluted by adding extra water to give weaker solutions. 4.-Pasteurisation . 4.1.-The principles of pasteurisation . Pasteurisation is a relatively mild form of heat treatment, generally at a temperature lower than the boiling point ...

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  • Anaerobic degradation of anionic surfactants by ...

    ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF SODIUM DODECYL SULFATE (SDS) BY DENITRIFYING BACTERIA 25 ... products. After use, these compounds end up in wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) or in the environment. Although many surfactants can be degraded in aerobic conditions, ... inhibit growth and nitrate reduction ability of any of the tested Pseudomonas sp..

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  • Use of High Pressure Processing (HPP) with

    2014-12-15 · treatment for 4 min. Cranberry powder did not inhibit the growth of L. monocytogenes, while a dried vinegar and a vinegar/lemon juice concentrate did. The 400 MPa treatment resulted in an extended lag phase and slower increase in L. monocytogenes populations, but growth occurred after 56 days of storage. 2014 (38) Carrot juice Bacillus ...

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  • A review on therapeutic potential of Nigella sativa: A ...

    2013-3-8 · Nigella sativa (N. sativa) (Family Ranunculaceae) is a widely used medicinal plant throughout the world. It is very popular in various traditional systems of medicine like Unani and Tibb, Ayurveda and Siddha. Seeds and oil have a long history of folklore usage in various systems of medicines and food.

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  • The effect of sodium thiosulfate dechlorination on

    2017-12-4 · Due to the ubiquity of the sodium thiosulfate recommendation, few recent studies have investigated the effects of dechlorination. One study found that omitting sodium thiosulfate during sample collection resulted in false negative readings of legionella in hot water supplies held for 30 minutes before analysis (Wiedenmann et al. 2001).

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  • Live probiotic Bifidobacterium lactis bacteria inhibit

    2008-5-6 · Similarly to L. fermentum, the addition of B. lactis alone to Caco-2 cell monolayers did not inhibit the recovery of TER, which returned to baseline after 24 h of culture (data not shown). In contrast, when B. lactis was administered together with gliadin, the bacteria inhibited the effects of gliadin on TER dose-dependently ().The lowest concentration of B. lactis (10 5 cfu/ml) did not ...

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  • Separation and enrichment of sodium-motile bacteria

    2020-11-24 · Many motile bacteria are propelled by the rotation of flagellar filaments. This rotation is driven by a membrane protein known as the stator-complex, which drives the rotor of the bacterial flagellar motor. Torque generation is powered in most cases by proton transit through the stator complex, with the next most common ionic power source being sodium.

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  • Antimicrobial activity of sodium citrate against ...

    2010-8-26 · Effect of pH and cations on the bactericidal activity against Streptococcus pneumoniae. In this experiment, we chose Strep. pneumoniae NBRC102642 T as a representative strain because this strain was one of the sensitive bacteria and because Strep. pneumoniae is a common pathogen causing pneumonia, bacteremia, otitis media, sinusitis, etc. . As the bactericidal activity of sodium lactate was ...

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  • Ampicillin sodium salt powder or crystals, BioReagent ...

    Ampicillin sodium salt powder or crystals, BioReagent, suitable for cell culture; CAS Number: 69-52-3; EC Number: 200-708-1; Synonyms: D-(−)-α-Aminobenzylpenicillin sodium salt; find Sigma-Aldrich-A0166 MSDS, related peer-reviewed papers, technical documents, similar products & more at Sigma-Aldrich

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  • Antimicrobial Actions and Applications of Chitosan

    2021-3-15 · 2.1. Antimicrobial Activity against Bacteria. Gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria exhibit remarkable differences in their cell wall structure, in which gram-positive bacteria have thicker peptidoglycans and gram-negative bacteria are enriched in lipopolysaccharide (LPS) [124,125,126,127].Differences in the cell surface structure of these types of bacteria also lead to …

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  • UNASYN (ampicillin sodium/sulbactam sodium)

    2018-4-20 · UNASYN, ampicillin sodium/sulbactam sodium parenteral combination, is available as a white to off-white dry powder for reconstitution. UNASYN dry powder is freely soluble in aqueous diluents to yield pale yellow to yellow solutions containing ampicillin sodium and sulbactam sodium equivalent to 250 mg ampicillin per mL and 125 mg sulbactam per mL.

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  • MARSHALL L. SNYDER AND HERMAN C. LICHSTEIN

    by Blaschko2 and Clifton.3 The inhibit-ing action of sodium azide on bacteria other than hemolytic streptococci was reported by Bryan, Devereux, Hirschey and Corbett4 who found that sodium azide (1:15,000) was a better selective preservative for milk cultures and gave more accurate results for the micro-scopic and Hotis tests for Streptococcus

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  • Ceftriaxone: Uses, Interactions, Mechanism of Action ...

    Ceftriaxone. DrugBank Accession Number. DB01212. Background. Ceftriaxone is a broad-spectrum third-generation cephalosporin antibiotic. 1 It has a very long half-life compared to other cephalosporins and is high penetrable into the meninges 1, eyes 9, and inner ear 6. Ceftriaxone has broader and stronger gram-negative coverage then first or ...

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  • Frontiers | Application of Bacteriocins and Protective ...

    2020-5-19 · Two important Disease-causing bacteria that can be controlled by irradiation include Escherichia coli 0157:H7 and Salmonella species. Control of microbial growth by chemical agents. Antimicrobial agents are chemicals that kill or inhibit the growth microorganisms. Antimicrobial agents include chemical preservatives and antiseptics, as well as ...

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  • Ampicillin: Uses, Interactions, Mechanism of Action ...

    2020-9-5 · 1 | P a g e Efficacy of Different Powder Floor Guard Against E. coli O157:H7 and Listeria Monocytogenes January 7, 2013 Joseph Donabed B.S. Purpose To determine the efficacy of four different powdered floor guards (antimicrobial) against E. coli O157:H7 and Listeria monocytogenes.Table 1 lists the four different powdered floor guards

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  • Control of Microbial Growth

    2001-3-9 · Emulsions were prepared with 5% (w/v) solutions of sodium caseinate (Na Cas) and soy oil at oil/protein ratios of 0.25−3.0 by homogenization at 10−50 MPa. Emulsions were spray-dried to yield powders with 20−75% oil (w/w). Emulsion oil droplet size and interfacial protein load were determined. Microencapsulation efficiency (ME), redispersion properties, and structure of the powders were ...

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  • Efficacy of Different Powder Floor Guard Against E. coli ...

    Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria were immobilized by sodium alginate. Immobilized conditions and ammonium removal ability of immobilized cells were researched. The results showed that the optimal immobilized conditions were: 4.5% sodium alginate with 2.0% calcium chloride, 2000 immobilized balls, 1000mL immobilized medium, pH 8, 30°C, 110r/min. Immobilized ammonia-oxidizing bacteria were recycled ...

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  • Heintz | The Inhibitory Effect of a Sodium Free Powder ...

    ObjectivesOrganic acids are proven effective antimicrobials against Listeria and LAB. However, current organic acid based preservatives are liquid in most cases and powder forms contain sodium. This document evaluates the antimicrobial efficacy of an organic acid based powder without any sodium content.ObjectiveThe purpose of this research is to evaluate the effects of sodium free ProvianK ...

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  • Antimicrobial Actions and Applications of Chitosan

    2021-3-15 · 2.1. Antimicrobial Activity against Bacteria. Gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria exhibit remarkable differences in their cell wall structure, in which gram-positive bacteria have thicker peptidoglycans and gram-negative bacteria are enriched in lipopolysaccharide (LPS) [124,125,126,127].Differences in the cell surface structure of these types of bacteria also lead to …

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  • The use of MgOH2 slurry for treatment of wastewater

    2018-8-1 · bacteria. Since the growth rate of methanogenic bacteria is lower than the acid-forming bacteria, it would take more time for the methanogenic bacteria to recover from inhibition or shock conditions than it would for the acid-forming bacteria. For these reasons, the methane-forming bacteria are the key bacteria in anaerobic digestion.

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  • In-vitro activity of sodium-hypochlorite gel on bacteria ...

    2017-1-27 · toxicity at application concentration, has been known since many years [9]. Already in 1918 it was published that sodium hypochlorite has a higher dissolving effect on necrotic tissue than on vital one [10]. However its use on everyday basis in dentistry is known basically in …

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  • Sodium hypochlorite as a disinfectant - Lenntech

    Sodium hypochlorite as a disinfectant has the following advantages: It can easily and be stored and transported when it is produced on-site. Dosage is simple. Transport and storage of sodium hypochlorite are safe. Sodium hypochlorite is as effective as chlorine gas for disinfection. Sodium hypochlorite produces residual disinfectant. Disadvantages

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  • Effect of Sodium Chloride on the Metabolic Activity of ...

    from the Lake Gardno estuary. A = bacteria cultivated in me-dium without NaCl. B = bacteria cultivated in medium with 2.5% NaCl. C = bacteria cultivated in medium with 5.0% NaCl. Oxygen uptake in A1 0 h-' Bacteria Substrates' A B C Pseudomonas Casein hydrolysate 27.43 48.71 58.21 Sodium …

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  • Bio-enzymes for inhibition and elimination of

    2019-7-9 · Escherichia coli O157:H7 is one of the most important pathogens worldwide. In this study, three different kinds of enzymes, DNase I, proteinase K and cellulase were evaluated for inhibitory or ...

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  • Microencapsulating Properties of Sodium Caseinate ...

    2001-3-9 · Emulsions were prepared with 5% (w/v) solutions of sodium caseinate (Na Cas) and soy oil at oil/protein ratios of 0.25−3.0 by homogenization at 10−50 MPa. Emulsions were spray-dried to yield powders with 20−75% oil (w/w). Emulsion oil droplet size and interfacial protein load were determined. Microencapsulation efficiency (ME), redispersion properties, and structure of the powders were ...

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  • 9 Measures to Control Microbial Growth (With Figure ...

    2021-7-7 · The third day heat treatment kills these germinated bacteria, thereby sterilizing the material completely. (d) Autoclaving: It is a process of heat sterilisation, in which the material to be sterilised is heated at 121°C for 15 minutes by super-saturated steam …

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  • SUMMARY OF SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS DATA I

    2009-10-30 · treatment of chronic venous insufBciency ulcers ... selenious acid DMEM powder HAM s F 12 powder sodium bicarbonate calcium chloride and water for injection ... bacteria fungi yeast mycoplasma in vitro virus in vivo virus karyology isoenzymes

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  • Inhibition of Apple Polyphenol Oxidase Activity by

    2006-4-22 · bacteria by the FDA (8). To maintain food safety and quality of fresh-cut apples, a sanitizer that is compatible with the currently widely used antibrowning solution or, better yet, a solution that can provide dual control of browning reaction and microbial growth is urgently needed. Sodium chlorite (SC) is a strong oxidizing agent, which can

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  • Study on characteristics and harm of surfactants

    2021-3-19 · surfactants on bacteria and algae can be expressed in ECO 50, ... environment and inhibit the degradation of other toxic substances. ... which could easily lead to eutrophication. In sewage treatment of plant wastewater, when the concentration of surfactants exceeds a certain concentration, it will affect aeration, sedimentation, sludge ...

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  • Chapter 7: Control of Microbial Growth

    2006-1-13 · 5 Chemical Methods of Microbial Control Types of Disinfectants 2. Halogens: Effective alone or in compounds. B. Chlorine: u When mixed in water forms hypochlorous acid: Cl 2 + H 2 O -----> H+ + Cl- + HOCl Hypochlorousacid u Used to disinfect drinking water, pools, and sewage. u Chlorine is easily inactivated by organic materials. u Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl): Is active ingredient of

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  • Exploring the recycling of bioleaching functional

    2020-5-6 · Bioleaching has been attracting attention in the recent years as an emerging sediment heavy metal pollution remediation technology. However, the use of sulfur powder as sulfur substrate causes the problem of “post-acidification”, and the free bioleaching functional bacteria which are susceptible to environmental impact during reactor operation cannot be used efficiently for multiple rounds.

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  • Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research

    2021-3-19 · house.Neem is used for treatment of eye problems such as night blindness and conjunctivitis. In case of night blindness, apply the juice of the neem to the eyes externally each night. Direct application has better results. This is done by grinding the neem leaves to a fine powder …

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  • Halotolerant bacteria mitigate the effects of salinity ...

    2021-4-12 · Salinity is a major threat to the agriculture industry due to the negative impact of salinity stress on crop productivity. In the present study, we isolated rhizobacteria and evaluated their capacities to promote crop growth under salt stress conditions. We isolated rhizospheric bacteria from sand dune flora of Pohang beach, Korea, and screened them for plant growth-promoting (PGP) traits.

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  • Using Chemicals to Control Microorganisms |

    2013-2-14 · Proper application of chlorine will produce bacteria-free water and eliminate algae and slime. Treatment of ground water (well, spring, etc.) for small to medium sized systems normally requires nothing more than simple chlorination for the effective removal of small amounts of hydrogen sulfide and elimination of iron bacteria

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  • Inhibition of Apple Polyphenol Oxidase Activity by

    2006-4-22 · bacteria by the FDA (8). To maintain food safety and quality of fresh-cut apples, a sanitizer that is compatible with the currently widely used antibrowning solution or, better yet, a solution that can provide dual control of browning reaction and microbial growth is urgently needed. Sodium chlorite (SC) is a strong oxidizing agent, which can

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  • SUMMARY OF SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS DATA I

    2009-10-30 · treatment of chronic venous insufBciency ulcers ... selenious acid DMEM powder HAM s F 12 powder sodium bicarbonate calcium chloride and water for injection ... bacteria fungi yeast mycoplasma in vitro virus in vivo virus karyology isoenzymes

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  • Study on characteristics and harm of surfactants

    2021-3-19 · surfactants on bacteria and algae can be expressed in ECO 50, ... environment and inhibit the degradation of other toxic substances. ... which could easily lead to eutrophication. In sewage treatment of plant wastewater, when the concentration of surfactants exceeds a certain concentration, it will affect aeration, sedimentation, sludge ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Sodium ...

    Investigations have shown sodium hypochlorite to be an effective disinfectant having broad applications. Although a number of other disinfectants (calcium hypochlorite, ozone, UV, solar disinfection) and treatment processes (filters, slow sand filtration) have been investigated, sodium hypochlorite appears to offer the best mix of low cost, ease of use, safety, and effectiveness in areas where ...

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  • Chapter 7: Control of Microbial Growth

    2006-1-13 · 5 Chemical Methods of Microbial Control Types of Disinfectants 2. Halogens: Effective alone or in compounds. B. Chlorine: u When mixed in water forms hypochlorous acid: Cl 2 + H 2 O -----> H+ + Cl- + HOCl Hypochlorousacid u Used to disinfect drinking water, pools, and sewage. u Chlorine is easily inactivated by organic materials. u Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl): Is active ingredient of

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  • Exploring the recycling of bioleaching functional

    2020-5-6 · Bioleaching has been attracting attention in the recent years as an emerging sediment heavy metal pollution remediation technology. However, the use of sulfur powder as sulfur substrate causes the problem of “post-acidification”, and the free bioleaching functional bacteria which are susceptible to environmental impact during reactor operation cannot be used efficiently for multiple rounds.

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  • Halotolerant bacteria mitigate the effects of salinity ...

    2021-4-12 · Salinity is a major threat to the agriculture industry due to the negative impact of salinity stress on crop productivity. In the present study, we isolated rhizobacteria and evaluated their capacities to promote crop growth under salt stress conditions. We isolated rhizospheric bacteria from sand dune flora of Pohang beach, Korea, and screened them for plant growth-promoting (PGP) traits.

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  • Antimicrobial hydrogels: promising materials for

    2018-4-12 · Antimicrobial hydrogels: promising materials for medical application Kerong Yang, Qing Han, Bingpeng Chen, Yuhao Zheng, Kesong Zhang, Qiang Li, Jincheng Wang Department of Orthopedics, The Second Hospital, Jilin University, Changchun, Jilin, People’s Republic of China Abstract: The rapid emergence of antibiotic resistance in pathogenic microbes is becoming an imminent global public …

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  • Sodium Metabisulphite - 500g - KegLand

    Sodium Metabisulphite - 500g. Rating: 60 % of 100. 1 Review Add Your Review. Sodium Metabisulfite is a granulated powder that releases sulfur dioxide when dissolved in a liquid. It is added in small doses directly to fresh juices 24 hours before adding yeast. This is to destroy any wild molds and bacteria that may have been on the fruit.

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  • USES and APPLICATIONS of CHEMICALS elements

    2021-3-10 · The USES and APPLICATIONS of VARIOUS CHEMICALS - elements, compounds or mixtures. Uses of selected-examples of Elements, compounds or Mixtures in alphabetical order of name of element, compound or mixture for KS3 Science KS4 Science GCSE/IGCSE CHEMISTRY and GCE AS A2 IB Advanced Level Chemistry (~US grades 6-10)PAGE INTRODUCTION - PLEASE READ first!

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  • Study on characteristics and harm of surfactants

    2021-3-19 · surfactants on bacteria and algae can be expressed in ECO 50, ... environment and inhibit the degradation of other toxic substances. ... which could easily lead to eutrophication. In sewage treatment of plant wastewater, when the concentration of surfactants exceeds a certain concentration, it will affect aeration, sedimentation, sludge ...

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  • SUMMARY OF SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS DATA I

    2009-10-30 · treatment of chronic venous insufBciency ulcers ... selenious acid DMEM powder HAM s F 12 powder sodium bicarbonate calcium chloride and water for injection ... bacteria fungi yeast mycoplasma in vitro virus in vivo virus karyology isoenzymes

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  • Inhibition of Apple Polyphenol Oxidase Activity by

    2006-4-22 · bacteria by the FDA (8). To maintain food safety and quality of fresh-cut apples, a sanitizer that is compatible with the currently widely used antibrowning solution or, better yet, a solution that can provide dual control of browning reaction and microbial growth is urgently needed. Sodium chlorite (SC) is a strong oxidizing agent, which can

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  • The Bacteria of Curing - The Meadow

    By itself, salt can permanently inhibit the growth of dangerous bacteria. But it takes so much salt to do so that the food is rendered inedible. Instead, curing with salt means using a little salt to slow bacteria growth and give time for friendly, acid-producing bacteria to lower the food's pH and inhibit the growth o

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  • Chapter 7: Control of Microbial Growth

    2006-1-13 · 5 Chemical Methods of Microbial Control Types of Disinfectants 2. Halogens: Effective alone or in compounds. B. Chlorine: u When mixed in water forms hypochlorous acid: Cl 2 + H 2 O -----> H+ + Cl- + HOCl Hypochlorousacid u Used to disinfect drinking water, pools, and sewage. u Chlorine is easily inactivated by organic materials. u Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl): Is active ingredient of

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  • Sodium Bicarbonate and Hydrogen Peroxide:The Effect

    2013-3-25 · In many cases, sodium bicarbonate was found to be effective against periodontal microorganisms. In a study by Rams et al., a five-minute exposure to sodium bicarbonate quickly immobilized spirochetes and motile rods. 9 Gram-positive cocci bacteria, such as S. mutans, were also shown to be susceptible against 4% sodium bicarbonate in a study by ...

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    2017-2-15 · Roselle calyx extract treatment resulted in a greater reduction in levels of all foodborne bacteria than did treatment with sodium hypochlorite, colloidal silver, and acetic acid on both pepper types. Roselle calyx extracts may be a useful for disinfection of chili peppers in the field, processing plants, restaurants, and homes.

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    Investigations have shown sodium hypochlorite to be an effective disinfectant having broad applications. Although a number of other disinfectants (calcium hypochlorite, ozone, UV, solar disinfection) and treatment processes (filters, slow sand filtration) have been investigated, sodium hypochlorite appears to offer the best mix of low cost, ease of use, safety, and effectiveness in areas where ...

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    2006-1-13 · 5 Chemical Methods of Microbial Control Types of Disinfectants 2. Halogens: Effective alone or in compounds. B. Chlorine: u When mixed in water forms hypochlorous acid: Cl 2 + H 2 O -----> H+ + Cl- + HOCl Hypochlorousacid u Used to disinfect drinking water, pools, and sewage. u Chlorine is easily inactivated by organic materials. u Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl): Is active ingredient of

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    The long-term antibacterial activity of disinfectant products based on benzalkonium chloride and sodium hypochlorite on surfaces was evaluated for prevention of bacterial adhesion. To this end, the European standard EN 13697, which determines the antibacterial activity of disinfectant formulations on bacteria…

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    Enrichment of Lactic Acid Silage Bacteria with Selenium by Growing Cultures in Modified MRS Broth Supplemented with Sodium Selenite. Selenium (Se) is a trace element essential for normal cellular function, which has been linked with reduced risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, cognitive decline and thyroid disease in humans.

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