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ZINC PHOSPHATE CEMENT     trizinc diphosphate

Synonyms: Delaphos, ZP-DL, ZP-SB, Bonderite 40, Granodine 80, ...
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  • Purification of the low-salt extract by protamine precipitation, elution with sodium succinate, and phosphocellulose chromatography yields a preparation of RNA polymerase (RNAP) with hybrid properties, combining the salt optimum of Form I, diethylaminoethyl-Sephadex elution pattern of form II, and alpha-amanitin sensitivity of Form III [7].
  • Kinetics of sodium succinate cotransport across renal brush-border membranes [8].
  • RESULTS: Mercaptoethylguanidine sodium succinate and FeTPPS largely prevented the accumulation of peroxynitrite as measured by plasma rhodamine fluorescence and heart nitrotyrosine staining [9].
  • Interestingly, MEG sodium succinate and FeTPPS improved endotoxin-induced myocardial contractile dysfunction, which was associated with reduced degradation of nuclear factor kappa B inhibitory protein I-kappa-B, plasma TNF-alpha levels, and microvascular endothelial cell-leukocyte activation [9].
  • Treatment should include pericardectomy and immediate use of both ampicillin sodium and chloramphenicol sodium succinate, until the sensitivity of the organism is known [10].

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