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KCl (60 mM) and oxytocin (10 mU/ml) had significant difference with all of the hydroalcoholic, (p < 0.
The tracheary elements were observed in material dissociated using the Franklin method (1945) and stained by hydroalcoholic safranin (Johansen, 1940).
The extract was a dry hydroalcoholic fenugreek seed extract administered three times daily as oral coated tablets.
Antioxidant activity of hydroalcoholic leaf extract of Ocimum sanctum in animal models of peptic ulcer.
Those activities primarily leverage proprietary parenteral drug formulations, including the Enhanced Hydroalcoholic Gel (EHG(R)) technology pioneered and commercially launched by Besins in 1975.
The extract is obtained using a hydroalcoholic solvent (30% ethanol) and the plant:extract ratio is between 10:1 and 15:1, calculated on dry basis.
The prescription product is a quick-drying, clear and colorless, fragrance-free hydroalcoholic gel containing oxybutynin chloride, an antispasmodic antimuscarinic agent.
Groups 1 to 5 were treated with pure ethanol 70[degrees], systemic glucantime, Achillea millefolium, Thymus vulgaris and propolis hydroalcoholic extracts.
Phytoextracts (aqueous or hydroalcoholic extracts from plants) are a natural source of a various class of compounds such as carbohydrates, alkaloids, steroids, flavonoids, terpenes and complex acids often used in traditional medicine as drugs, nutritional supplements, dyes and so forth.
The nurse washed her hands with a hydroalcoholic solution before and after drawing blood, but she did not wear gloves.
Testosterone therapy was provided in the form of 1% hydroalcoholic dermal gel.
camphorated opium tincture) is a hydroalcoholic preparation in which there is also benzoic acid, camphor, and anise oil.