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FIRST
SEVERAL TYPES
GREAT VARIETY
BLOOD
TREATMENT
BIOLOGICAL
ANTIBIOTICS
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS
IRAQ
VIRAL
GASTROENTERITIS
BLEACH
BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
COMMON DISEASES
POLISHING
WHITENING TOOTHPASTES
ABRASIVES
CHEMICAL AGENTS
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First

  1. Sap must first be collected and boiled down carefully to obtain pure syrup without chemical agents or preservatives.

Several Types

  1. Several types of transfer vehicles have found use, including viral vectors and chemical agents. (Web site)

Great Variety

  1. A great variety of chemical agents can lead to destruction of erythrocytes if there is exposure to a sufficiently high concentration of the substance. (Web site)

Blood

  1. The endocrine system acts through the release (generally into the blood) of chemical agents and is vital to the proper development and function of organisms.

Treatment

  1. This treatment uses chemical agents to kill leukemia cells.

Biological

  1. In some embodiments, no biological or chemical agents are added to the removed blood. (Web site)

Antibiotics

  1. They are not killed by antibiotics but respond to other chemical agents.
  2. They are not susceptible to antibiotics but respond to various chemical agents.

Industrial Chemicals

  1. Hydrogen cyanide, cyanogen chloride, phosgene, chloropicrin and many herbicides and pesticides are industrial chemicals that also can be chemical agents.

Iraq

  1. Despite the fact that they did possess chemical weapons, Iraq did not use any chemical agents against coalition forces.

Viral

  1. Although the most common causes are infection (bacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic), chemical agents and even tumor cells may cause meningitis.

Gastroenteritis

  1. The major causes are local irritation of the intestinal mucosa by infectious or chemical agents (gastroenteritis). (Web site)

Bleach

  1. Most tooth whiteners use one of two chemical agents: carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide (the same stuff that will bleach your hair). (Web site)

Biological Systems

  1. Pharmacology is the study of the effects of chemical agents of therapeutic value or with the potential toxicity on biological systems.

Common Diseases

  1. First, symptoms of exposure to some chemical agents (e.g., ricin) might be similar to those of common diseases (e.g., gastroenteritis).

Polishing

  1. Whitening toothpaste contains polishing or chemical agents that improve tooth appearance through gentle buffing or other non-bleaching actions. (Web site)

Whitening Toothpastes

  1. Some whitening toothpastes contain gentle polishing or chemical agents that provide additional stain removal effectiveness. (Web site)

Abrasives

  1. They'll use abrasives as well as other chemical agents which offer surface polishing and stain eliminating effects. (Web site)

Chemical Agents

  1. Some infectious diseases are caused by biological agents such as bacteria, viruses, parasites and prions rather than by genetic, physical or chemical agents. (Web site)
  2. Some, chiefly whitening toothpastes, remove surface stains by polishing with chemical agents or mild abrasives.
  3. This confines the treatment area and protects the mouth from bacteria and chemical agents.

Categories

  1. Treatment Area
  2. Abrasives
  3. Whitening Toothpastes
  4. Information > Science > Industry > Polishing
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