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CSC bound more deoxycholic acid salt than CS at the identical pH, which can be attributed to the increased hydrophobicity after CS combined the long carbon chain of stearic acid.
We have demonstrated that the bile acids chenodeoxycholic acid, deoxycholic acid and cholic acid, alone or in combination, at physiological concentrations, inhibit the growth of MTB in vitro.
At Torts Ness, Sanday, the occurrence of campesterol and sitosterol was consistent with a contribution of turf to early anthropogenic soil formation, whilst the identification of coprostanol, at a significant relative abundance in deeper samples, indicates an input of omnivorous manures which, given the low quantifies of pig bone and concommitant lack of deoxycholic acid in the site stratigraphy, suggests a human origin.
The allowance of this patent application claiming certain forms of synthetic deoxycholic acid adds an additional patent asset to our ATX-101 patent portfolio, a portfolio that already includes patents related to method of use, formulation and manufacturing processes," said Keith Leonard, KYTHERA's President and CEO.
including two European patents that cover non-surgical methods of removing localized fat accumulation using deoxycholic acid.
KYBELLA(TM) contains deoxycholic acid which targets and destroys the fat cells which are then naturally eliminated by the body.
The active ingredient in Kybella, deoxycholic acid, dissolves the fat under the chin and gives plastic surgeons the ability to reshape this area without surgery.
Deoxycholic acid aids in the break down of dietary body fat.
In " A Phase I Safety and Pharmacokinetic Study of ATX-101: Injectable, Synthetic Deoxycholic Acid for Submental Contouring ," Patricia Walker MD PhD, Jere Fellmann PhD, and Paul F.
KYTHERA) along with Bayer Consumer Care (Bayer) announced that the Company has acquired all rights to a proprietary formulation of a purified synthetic version of deoxycholic acid currently in late-stage development for the reduction of submental fat (double chin) - ATX-101, outside of the U.