Sodium Thiosulfate Ph
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- The potentized remedy
- Many people think that homeopathic medicines are made from plants, but in fact the remedies can be made from anything. The substances are made from plants; poisonous and non-poisonous plants, herbs and toad-stools minerals, like sulfur, sodium chloride or...
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- Hawke, Elen: British Author
- Elen Hawke is an author, artist and British witch from Oxford, England with many years experience both living and teaching the Craft. She is a Craft elder, a Wiccan initiate, and a professional astrologer and tarot reader, as well as being a working...
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- Metatranscriptomic evidence of pervasive and diverse chemolithoautotrophy
- Groundwater from an unamended background well (CU01) was pumped into a storage tank and amended with sodium nitrate to achieve a tank concentration of ca. 2.9 mm.
- Hydrogen Sulfide—Mechanisms of Toxicity and Development of an Antidote
- Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is readily water soluble, and, at physiological pH, about two-thirds exists as hydrogen sulfide ion (HS—) and one-third as undissociated H2S. We use the generic term “sulfide” to refer to both species. Sulfide is an ...
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- A novel natural product inspired scaffold with robust neurotrophic, neurogenic
- After washes, acid treatment with 2N HCl was given for 30 mins at 37 °C and then neutralized with 0.1 M Boric acid (p.H 8.
- ESRD and Treatments May Raise Cancer Risk
- (HealthDay News) -- Kidney failure and having a kidney transplant may increase the risk for certain types of cancer, according to a study published online in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Elizabeth Yanik, Ph.D.