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- n. Any salt or ester of a glycolic acid
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A salt of glycolic acid.
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In addition to carbonates of sodium, especially the hydrocarbonate known as glycolate, the bile apparently contains ammonium sulphate combined with hydrocarbon (taurin); but this results from the transposition of sodium sulphate and gelatine.
Prozac phosphate dihydrate, hypromellose, nosepiece stearate, queasey glycols, ramble 80, scintigraphy starch glycolate, precribe dioxide, and 1 or quicker of the following: d
Presumably the T2SS and glycolate operon were present in the common ancestor and lost in the O157: H7 lineage.
It includes the flu gene and a gene cluster for a T2SS, both with a potential role in pathogenesis, and a glycolate operon.
Bouwman's catalyst, however, reacts with carbon dioxide but not oxygen, producing oxalate, which is a useful feedstock for the manufacture of methyl glycolate and other organic compounds.
His medical records indicate that he was exposed to nonlethal incapacitating agents like DHMP and glycolate, both of which act as sedatives that produce hallucinations.