|1.||Wagner, J Richard: 2 articles (04/2010 - 01/2008)|
|2.||Thakore, Sonal: 1 article (09/2014)|
|3.||Solanki, Archana: 1 article (09/2014)|
|4.||Mehta, Jayen: 1 article (09/2014)|
|5.||Al-Abd, Ahmed M: 1 article (11/2013)|
|6.||Abdel-Rahman, Mona A: 1 article (11/2013)|
|7.||Nicholas, Kenneth M: 1 article (04/2013)|
|8.||Boucher-Jacobs, Camille: 1 article (04/2013)|
|9.||Diaz, James H: 1 article (01/2011)|
|10.||Lewis, Lionel D: 1 article (12/2010)|
|1.||Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever)
06/01/1984 - "To determine whether suppression of IgE antibodies could be induced in man, preliminary trials of immunologic responses to conjugates in man were carried out in ragweed hay fever patients treated with antigen E (AgE) coupled to methoxypolyethylene glycols ( MPEGs ) of 5000 and 2000 daltons, lauryloxypolyethylene glycol of 1200 daltons, and a random copolymer of D-lysine and D-glutamic acid of 69,000 daltons. "
|2.||Dehydration (Water Stress)
02/25/1970 - "Coenzyme B12 and coenzyme B12 model compounds in the catalysis of the dehydration of glycols."
01/01/2008 - "In contrast to cytosine glycols, uracil glycols did not undergo detectable dehydration to 5-hydroxyuracil. "
01/01/2008 - "Dehydration, deamination and enzymatic repair of cytosine glycols from oxidized poly(dG-dC) and poly(dI-dC)."
04/01/2013 - "Top shelf dehydration: Ammonium perrhenate catalysts combined with benzylic alcohol reductants are used for the efficient deoxydehydration of glycols to olefins. "
04/20/2010 - "5-Hydroxypyrimidines, the dehydration products of cytosine and uracil glycols, have a low oxidation potential, and their one-electron oxidation results in a cascade of decomposition reactions involving the formation of isodialuric acid, dialuric acid, 5-hydroxyhydantoin, and its hydroxyketone isomer. "
09/01/2003 - "An exercise in estimating the concentration of toxic alcohols and glycols is given, and the literature on poisoning with this unusual but commonly encountered intoxicant is briefly reviewed."
04/17/2008 - "Poisonings with hydrofluoric acid and glycols/glycol ethers are rare, but the outcome is often severe. "
04/01/1986 - "More than 6 per cent of poisonings involve alcohols and glycols, reflecting their availability in a wide range of household products, including aftershave, brake fluid, gas line antifreeze, model airplane fuel, mouthwash, rubbing alcohol, and windshield washing solution. "
01/01/1986 - "Extending our results to poisonings by other toxic alcohols and glycols, the use of activated charcoal to reduce their absorption deserves evaluation."
01/01/1986 - "Activated charcoal has been recommended for use in poisonings by ethanol, other toxic alcohols and glycols, but it has been avoided with therapeutic use of oral ethanol. "
|4.||Allergic Contact Dermatitis
07/01/2005 - "A series of four cases of allergic contact dermatitis to phthalic anhydride/trimellitic anhydride/glycols copolymer in nail varnish."
04/01/2002 - "Allergic contact dermatitis from phthalic anhydride/trimellitic anhydride/glycols copolymer in nail varnish."
11/01/2006 - "We report a case of allergic contact dermatitis to polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP)/hexadecene copolymer in a purple-colored lipstick and review the literature on allergic contact dermatitis to 7 copolymers: PVP/hexadecene, PVP/eicosene, PVP/1-triacontene, methoxy polyethyleneglycol (PEG)-22/dodecyl glycols, methoxy PEG-17/dodecyl glycols, phthalic anhydride/trimellitic anhydride/glycols, and polyvinyl methyl/maleic acid anhydride."
|1.||Glutamic Acid (Glutamate)
|3.||Immunoglobulin E (IgE)