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Pharmacological effects of mequintazine

Mequitazine is mainly used for urticaria, vascular edema, eczema, dermatitis, pruritus, etc. It can also be used…

Use of Flubendazole

Flubendazole is a synthetic benzimidazole insecticide that inhibits the uptake of intracellular microtubules by…

How is albendazole produced

Albendazole is a white to light yellow crystalline powder, odorless. Melting point 207-211 ("decomposition"). It…

Production methods of L-tyrosine

Production methods of L-tyrosine: 1. After precipitation and separation from acid hydrolysates of casein and silk…

Functions of Tocotrienol

Tocotrienol is an important component of cell membrane. It is also the main antioxidant on cell membrane.…

Pharmacological and health effects of Ecdysone

Ecdysone can promote the synthesis of gum protein, anti-arrhythmia, anti-fatigue, promote cell growth, stimulate…

Use of Quercetin

Quercetin is a yellow acicular crystal. It becomes anhydrous at 95-97 C and has a melting point of 314 C (…

Production Technology of Calcium Caseinate

Production of Calcium Caseinate from Milk:A method for producing calcium caseinate from milk is described in…

Pharmacological effects of phospholipids

1. The main component of clinical pharmacological phospholipids is essential lecithin (EPL). Essential…

Use of lauroyl lysine

Lauroyl lysine is an amino acid derivative used in cosmetics as skin conditioner, viscosity control agent and…