Acetate


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Acetate

A derivative of acetic acid. Acetate is found in a number of chemical compounds with a wide variety of commercial uses. Notably, sodium acetate is used in textiles and processed foods, among other things. See also: Acetate Proof.
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The US FDA's PDUFA target action date has been extended to August 2018 to provide time for a full review of the ulipristal acetate file, said the company.
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Acetate also increases levels of a hunger hormone called ghrelin, which could lead animals, including people, to eat even more, says Yale University endocrinologist Gerald Shulman, who led the study.
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The precipitates (white) of dextran acetate were filtered off.
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SDK's production process technology, which uses a solid heteropolyacid catalyst developed by SDK, adds ethylene directly to acetic acid, enabling efficient production of high-quality ethyl acetate, the company explained.
A team of researchers led by Lihong Jiang of Yale University found that long-term, heavy drinking increases the metabolism and speed of acetate uptake, which means that alcoholics comes to rely on acetate for energy after prolonged alcohol use.
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