STUDIES ON ANTI—TUMOR ACTION OF BRUCEA JAVANICA 10.Study of the emulsion of sud oils from Brucea javanica which effects the incorporation of ~3H—TdR into the Ehrlich ascitic cancer cells to Synthesize the DNA
Strengthening the management of the ornamental plants, protecting and making good use of the nature enemies, and spraying with 40% Omethoate, 25% Qulnalphos, 40% Methamidophos, and 60% Diesel Emulsio at the right time is a good way to control the multiplying of the scale insects
Emul. in mice were 8.78 ml/kg and 2.62ml/kg respectively. There were no remarkable irritation reactions of conjunctiva and femoralmuscles in rabbit and of gallbladder,biliary tree and duodenum in dogs,and hemolysis wasslight.
RESULTS The anti inflammatory activity of dexamethasone acetate emul sion at the low dose of 0.05 mg·kg -1 was as potent as free dexamethasone at the high dose of 0.3 mg·kg -1 .The distribution patterns in tissues of dexamethasone acetate given as lipid emulsion and dexamethason e phosphate given as aqueous solution in mice were markedly different.
After 48 hours MTBE-DMSO Co. Emul. dissolved 79.12±13.13% of the pigment stone in weight, and its dissolution rate and the dissolved amounts of bilirubin, cholesterol, proteins, Ca, Mg and Cu were significantly higher than those of other dissolving agents.
Polymer beads with a diameter of 60-70 nm and specific functional groups were synthesized by a particular seeded emulsion polymerization technique.
Effects of relative content of HTPB and PPG on emulsion stability, resistance to water and ethanol, thermal stability, compatibility of soft and hard segment, as well as the mechanical property of the cured film were investigated.
Then, the cross-linked magnetic compsoite microspheres containing a carboxyl group were prepared by using an improved emulsion polymerization with divinylbenzene (DVB) as the cross-linking agent.
The results show that the composite microspheres were well dispersed in emulsion with uniform sizes and carboxyl groups on their surface.
Poly(vinyl chloride) composite emulsion resins modified by polyurethane