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I. Phenols as preservatives of antipneumococcic serum.

Voegtlin, Carl

I. Phenols as preservatives of antipneumococcic serum.

A pharmacological study

by Voegtlin, Carl

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phenols.,
  • Streptococcus pneumoniae.,
  • Biological products.,
  • Tetanus.,
  • Ether

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAntipneumococcic serum, Phenois as preservatives of.
    Statementby Carl Voegtlin. II. The nature of contaminations of biological products / by I. A. Bengtson. III. Studies in preservatives of biological products; The effects of certain substances on organisms found in biological products / by M. H. Neill. IV. The effect of ether on tetanus spores and on certain other microorganisms / by H. B. Corbitt.
    SeriesBulletin / Hygienic Laboratory -- no. 112, Bulletin of the Hygienic Laboratory -- no. 112.
    ContributionsBengtson, Ida A., Neill, Mather H., Corbitt, H. B., Hygienic Laboratory (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA421 .U4 no. 112
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22974171M

    SERUM-FREE CELL CULTURE The use of animal sera as a supplement for sustaining cell cultures con-tinues to be widespread primarly because of unquestioned adherence to cited methods, perceived economy and convenience, and observable growth. However, such factors do not exactly equate to proper cell growth and Size: 68KB. sterilization when fluorides are used as preservatives; and (3) possible interference with standard methods of analysis. ‘It is the purpose of this paper to report the results of an investigation of these phases of the subject. All of our experiments were carried out upon human blood. Start studying Alcohols, Phenols and Thiols. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.   Historically, preservatives have been classified into two categories: detergent and oxidizing preservatives. More recently, a newer system of preservation, ionic-buffered preservatives (acting as.


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I. Phenols as preservatives of antipneumococcic serum. by Voegtlin, Carl Download PDF EPUB FB2

This handbook contains comprehensive information on more than trade names and generic chemicals and materials that are used in a broad range of formulations to prevent the contamination and decomposition of end products.

Product degradation can be caused by exposure to oxygen, ozone, bacteria, molds, yeast, mildew, and fungi. The industries that 4/5(3). For centuries man has treated food to prolong its edible life, and nowadays both traditional and modern preservatives are used widely to ensure the satisfactory maintenance of quality and safety of foods.

There continues to be increased public concern about the use of food additives, including preservatives, resulting from a perception that some of them may have deleterious /5(5). Phenols are oxidized to hydroquinones in the Elbs persulfate oxidation; Electrophilic aromatic substitution.

Phenols are highly susceptible to Electrophilic aromatic rative of a large-scale electrophilic aromatic substitution is the production of bisphenol A, which is produced on a scale 1 million compound is synthesized by the condensation of acetone. Phenols show appreciable acidity (p K a = 8 −10).

For example, phenol reacts with aqueous NaOH as follows. This is a typical neutralization reaction. Because of their high acidity, phenols are often called carbolic acids. Comparative evaluation of phenol and thimerosal as preservatives for a candidate vaccine against American cutaneous leishmaniasis.

Mayrink W(1), Tavares CA, Deus RB, Pinheiro MB, Guimarães TM, Andrade HM, Costa CA, Toledo Vde by: 4. Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand. ;22(2) Chemical control of the phenol contents of vaccines and serum preparations. SIEVERS O, JANNES by: 2. Phenol was first extracted from coal tar, but today is produced on a large scale (about 7 billion kg/year) from petroleum-derived is an important industrial commodity as a precursor to many materials and useful compounds.

It is primarily used to synthesize plastics and related materials. Phenol and its chemical derivatives are essential for production of polycarbonates, Chemical formula: C₆H₆O. Phenol is a toxic and corrosive compound often used in DNA extractions -- not exactly the kind of thing you want to eat.

A variety of organic compounds, however, contain the same chemical group and structural features that distinguish phenol, and.

"Saline with phenol is what is used in respiratory solutions and also in various percents with pain management. The phenol used here I have no idea what the small percentage of phenol would do on skin cells but IMO phenol is caustic and I personally would not use this.

Higher % phenol is used for peeling the skin as a topical under anesthesia and can be very cardio toxic when. Phenols and Medicine: Subject Reference and Research Guidebook [Mary S. Fayette] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The phenolic content in wine refers to the phenolic compounds—natural phenol and polyphenols—in wine, which include a large group of several hundred chemical compounds that affect the taste, color and mouthfeel of wine. These compounds include phenolic acids, stilbenoids, flavonols, dihydroflavonols, anthocyanins, flavanol monomers and flavanol.

List of Permitted Preservatives (Lists of Permitted Food Additives) This List of Permitted Preservatives sets out authorized food additives used to control micro-organisms or oxidation in food. It is incorporated by reference in the Marketing Authorization for Food Additives That May Be Used as Preservatives.

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serum lipid level, produce liver. necrosis, and modulate immunores. ponses [47], [48]. Polyphenols (phenolic acid, stilbenes, tannins, isoflavones green tea catechins) have been reported to inhibit the reproduction and growth of many fungi, yeasts, viruses and.

According to the Institute of Vaccine Safety at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, phenol is used as an antibacterial preservative in these vaccines, which are approved as safe for human use by the U.S.

Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 4 Although the FDA has acknowledged that vaccine preservatives like phenol and. PHENOL AS THE PRESERVATIVE IN INSULIN INJECTIONS PHENOL AS THE PRESERVATIVE IN INSULIN INJECTIONS Sykes, G.; Hooper, Margaret C. Summary 1 Acid conditions enhance the antibacterial properties of phenol such that a 02 per cent, solution at pH 3 behaves similarly to a 05 per cent.

solution at neutral pH values; it does. Different Preservatives And Concentration Dosage For Pharmaceutical Liquid Preparation. As companies move to clearer labelling, LFA is observing less and less use of chemicals in its customers’ products.

Nevertheless when wet granulation is employed, for example, it is sometimes impossible not to have to include a preservative in the product. Colorimetric Determination of Phenols. Application to Petroleum and Allied Products.

Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Analytical Edition18 (2), Cited by: intermediates include phenolic resins, bisphenol A, caprolactam, alkyl phenols and adipic acid. Phenol is also used in numerous small volume applications such as plasticizers, herbicides, wood preservatives, pharmaceuticals and dyes.

• Workplace exposures to phenol during its manufacture and use are expected to be minimal because exposures. The Effect of Cresol on the Surface Tension of Serum Percentage of Cresol Tension 0 (no preservative) ; The surface tension of serum containing % ether-cresol was found to be more or less the additive effect of cresol and ether, thus TABLE 5 The Effect of Ether-Cresol on the Surface.

for all phenols were from % to % in a beer matrix and % to % in a wine matrix. The method had a standard deviation less than % for all volatile phenols. Supplier of Natural & Conventional Preservatives. Bulk Apothecary offers a complete line of preservatives from conventional to natural.

Each preservative is good for different uses, simply read the description below each to find the product to fit your needs.

Low doses of chemical preservatives widely used in cosmetics, shampoos, skin lotions and other personal care products may be linked to breast cancer, according to a new study from researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. The preservatives are parabens, found in more than a fifth of the products in EWG’s Skin Deep® Cosmetics Database.

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Phenols are also used in the production of plastics, such as the widely used phenolformaldehyde resins. More complex phenols, such as thymol shown above, can be used as flavourings and aromas and these are obtained from essential oils of plants.

Current review focuses on the commonly used preservatives, their chemistry, mechanism of action, factors to be considered while selecting preservatives, their potential toxicities and impact on the health caused by their repeated use.

Ideal Properties of Preservatives. It should not be irritant. It should not be by: 2. Evaluation of chemical food preservatives for their antibacterial activity Preparation of stock solutions The stock solutions of chemical food preservatives, sodium acetate, citric acid, benzoic acid (1% w/v i.e., g chemical preservative dissolved in enough sterile distilled water to File Size: KB.

The common phenol is the component of photographic developer that reduces the photos chances of being exposed to different materials that could potentially ruin it.

Other phenols are used in the dye industry to make intensely colored dyes. Mixtures of phenols are used as components in wood preservatives. The Phenol Panel of the American Chemistry Council formed in to address health and safety issues relating to the manufacture and use of phenol. The Panel is comprised of major U.S.

producers of phenol. Phenol has been in production since the s. One of the early uses for phenol was as an antiseptic. Towards the end of the 19th century, industrial scientists found new uses for phenol in the synthesis of dyes, aspirin, and one of the first high explosives, picric acid.

Effects of aliphatic fatty acids on the binding of Phenol Red to human serum albumin Binding of Phenol Red to human serum albumin at pH was studied by ultrafiltration (n1 = Author: Ulrich Kragh-Hansen.

USP Antimicrobial Preservatives-Effectiveness. o EP Efficacy of Antimicrobial Preservation • Other Challenge Test Methods o CTFA M-3 Determination of Preservative Adequacy of Water Miscible Cosmetics o CTFA M-4 Method for Preservative Testing of Eye Area Cosmetics o ASTM E Standard Test method for Preservatives in Water File Size: 1MB.

Introduction to Anti-Oxidants and Preservatives Anti-Oxidants Anti-oxidants, principally in the form of Sulfur Dioxide, are a critical chemical component of winemaking. They inhibit unwanted oxidation reactions (such as vinegarization) as well as assisting in sanitation,File Size: 66KB.

Interactions Phenolic preservatives preservative in-activation by surfactants It rests on concept that, part of preservative is unavailable for activity by virtue of incorporation into surfactant micelles.

Compound Gelatin Preservative MP MP MP MP %free 92 91 84 78 %bound 8 9 16 22 Preservative PP PP PP PP %free 89 87 81 64 %bound 11 13 19 serum without a preservative.

%ˇ Suggested procedure with Carboxy Gel 1) Wash and cleanse the skin. Use a micro roller to open the pores. 2) Apply the Vitamin C serum to the skin. 3) Over the Vitamin C, spread a thick layer of Carboxy Gel.

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Natural vs. Artificial Food Preservatives By Liza Ptitsyna and Amber Cumiskey Healthy Options: Why does salt work as a preservative. Salt draws water out of cells via the process of osmosis, which makes the food too dry for molds and harmful bacteria to grow.

Organisms that decay. • Cosmetic preservatives are just one example of a diverse class of biocides, intended to destroy, render harmless, prevent the action of, or otherwise exert a controlling effect on any harmful organism by chemical or biological means • Other examples include disinfectants, antiseptics, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and insecticides.

given to preservatives as recent studies have reported serious side effects associ-ated with these reac-V ol. 9, No.1 & 2, ¥ The Journal of Applied Researc h Pr eserv ativ es in Liquid Pharmaceutical Pr eparations Chawki Boukarim,* Sarah Abou Jaoud, Rita Bahnam, Roula Barada, Soula K yriacos.

antimicrobial preservatives listed in the usp 30–nf 25 A. Table gives the articles listed as antimicrobial preservatives in the USP 30–NF 25 (6). Some chemicals, though not listed by the USP as preservatives, have antimicrobial properties and may be useful as preservatives in formulated preparations.

The Biopreservation Food Preservation Biology Essay Biopreservation entails the preservation of food and food products utilising biological substances (Caplice and Fitzgerald, ). It refers to the extension of the shelf-life and the improvement of the safety of foods using microorganisms and/or their metabolites or fermentation products to.Mayrink W, Machado-Coelho GLL, Guimarães TMPD, Andrade HM, Perez EC, Costa CA da, Toledo VPCP Immuno-biochemical evaluations of phenol and merthiolate as antigens preservatives in Montenegro skin test.

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