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    Methylamido Dihydro Noralfaprostal (MDN): An Effective Bimatoprost Replacement On Lengtenhing Eyelashes

    Methylamido Dihydro Noralfaprostal (MDN): An Effective Bimatoprost Replacement On Lengtenhing Eyelashes

    Traditionally, prostaglandin analogues have been studied for glaucoma treatment, effectively controlling progression of the disease. Glaucoma causes damage to the eye’s optical nerves and only gets worse over time. Controlling its progression is a viable treatment strategy, possible through use of various prostaglandin analogues. Bimatoprost is a popular PG analogue that was previously studied for
    • 06 APR 17
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    How Photoinitiators Have Revolutionized UV-curing

    How Photoinitiators Have Revolutionized UV-curing

    Energy curing, more specifically, ultraviolet curing has been around since 1960s. However, UV-LED technology is slowly replacing conventional UV curing. The conventional process is used in various industries, offering several benefits over traditional ‘air’ drying techniques. These processes boost production speed; allow higher print quality, reduced rejection rates and glossy finishes. UV-LEDs are expected to
    • 14 MAR 17
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    Palladium And Ruthenium Catalyzed Reactions In Fine Chemical Industry

    Palladium And Ruthenium Catalyzed Reactions In Fine Chemical Industry

    Catalysts help speed up chemical reactions without themselves changing in the process. In chemical industries where reactions occur on a large scale, metal catalysts allow continuous acceleration improving reaction efficiency. Productivity is directly affected through the use of catalysts. Industrial catalytic procedures often require late transition metal catalysts for organic synthesis, prominently including platinum, palladium
    • 13 JAN 17
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    Rare sugars: L-Rhamnose, D-Galactose and D-Mannose

    Rare sugars: L-Rhamnose, D-Galactose and D-Mannose

    Carbohydrates, or as they are more commonly called sugars, are one of the four most important biological macromolecules. These are the primary sources of energy for most organisms. From single-celled bacteria to multicellular human beings, almost all organisms are dependent on sugars. Simple sugars, most prominently glucose, are abundant in nature. These are also the
    • 08 NOV 16
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    Advantages of PEF Over PET

    Advantages of PEF Over PET

    Polyesters are one of the major products of the plastic industry. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is a common variation used in its production. PET is produced from terephthalic acid (PTA) and ethylene glycol (EG). PTA is derived from para-xylene which is produced through oil refining. While EG is also produced through ethylene obtained from oil cracking,
    • 09 SEP 16
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    Peptides in Skincare: Learn the Benefits

    Peptides in Skincare: Learn the Benefits

    Over the passage of time, science has proven that cosmetic peptides fulfill a significant role in managing wrinkles and fine lines. So much so that a few studies even claim cosmetic peptides can reverse the signs of aging. However, the million dollar question is: how do peptides present in cosmetic products make your skin supple

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