Characterization of a family GH5 xylanase with activity on neutral oligosaccharides and evaluation as a pulp bleaching aid. (1/19)

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Novel screening method for potential skin-whitening compounds by a luciferase reporter assay. (2/19)

Measurement of the melanin content by using B16 melanoma cells is generally applied to find novel skin-whitening agents. However, this measurement method using B16 melanoma cells has such disadvantages, as the time taken, its sensitivity, and troublesomeness. We therefore attempted in the present study to establish a reporter assay system by measuring the tyrosinase promoter activity to use for convenient, high-throughput screening of new melanogenesis inhibitors. We first confirmed the validity of this reporter assay system by using such known skin-whitening agents, as arbutin, sulforaphane, and theaflavin 3,3'-digallate. We then compared the effect of 56 compounds on the tyrosinase promoter activity to test this reporter assay system. Carnosol, and rottlerin strongly inhibited the tyrosinase promoter activity. Moreover, carnosol and rottlerin decreased melanin synthesis and tyrosinase expression in a dose-dependent manner when using B16 melanoma cells. These results indicate this new luciferase reported assay system to be an effective and convenient method for screening potential skin-whitening compounds.  (+info)

Topical application of bleaching phenols; in-vivo studies and mechanism of action relevant to melanoma treatment. (3/19)

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Optimization of xylanase production from Aspergillus niger for biobleaching of eucalyptus pulp. (4/19)

A crude endo-xylanase produced by Aspergillus niger BCC14405 was investigated for its potential in pre-bleaching of chemical pulp from eucalyptus. The optimal fermentation conditions on the basis of optimization using response surface methodology included cultivation in a complex medium comprising wheat bran, rice bran, and soybean meal supplemented with yeast extract, glucose, peptone, and lactose with a starting pH of 6.0 for 7 d. This resulted in production of 89.5 IU/mL of xylanase with minor cellulase activity. Proteomic analysis using LC/MS/MS revealed that the crude enzyme was a composite of hemicellulolytic enzymes, including endo-beta-1,4-xylanase and other hemicellulolytic enzymes attacking arabinoxylan and mannan. Pretreatment of the pulp at a xylanase dosage of 10 IU/g increased the brightness ceiling after the C-Eop-H bleaching step up to 3.0% using a chlorine charge with a C-factor of 0.16-0.20. Xylanase treatment also led to reduction in chlorine charge of at least 20%, with an acceptable brightness level. The enzyme pretreatment resulted in a slight increase in pulp viscosity, suggesting an increase in relative cellulose content. The crude enzyme was potent in the enzyme-aided bleaching of chemical pulp in an environmentally friendly pulping process.  (+info)

Inhibitory effect of [6]-gingerol on melanogenesis in B16F10 melanoma cells and a possible mechanism of action. (5/19)

[6]-Gingerol is an active component of ginger that shows antipyretic and anti-inflammation activities. To find a novel skin-whitening agent, the melanogeneis inhibitory effects and action mechanisms of [6]-gingerol were investigated. In the present study, the effects of [6]-gingerol on mushroom tyrosinase, tyrosinase activity, and melanin content were determined spectrophotometrically, and the expression of tyrosinase and related proteins in B16F10 murine melanoma cells was evaluated by Western blotting. Furthermore, a possible signaling pathway involved in [6]-gingerolmediated depigmentation was investigated by means of specific inhibitors. The results revealed that [6]-gingerol (25-100 microM) effectively suppresses murine tyrosinase activity and decreases the amount of melanin in a dose-dependent manner. Additionally, it also effectively decreased the intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) level in a dose-dependent pattern in the same dose range. Our results indicate that [6]-gingerol inhibits melanogenesis of B16F10 melanoma and can function as a good skinwhitening agent.  (+info)

Hydroquinone therapy for post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation secondary to acne: not just prescribable by dermatologists. (6/19)

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The prevalence of occupational asthma among denim bleachery workers in Kayseri. (7/19)

The bleachery procedure is the most frequent method used to decolorize denims since sandblasting has been shown to cause silicosis. The aim of this study was to determined the prevalence of occupational asthma among denim bleachery workers in Kayseri. The study was conducted in 4 factories, in which jean bleachery was performed, in Kayseri between December 2008 and February 2009. Overall, forty-four subjects, 22 from the bleachery section and 22 from the other sections, were included. A questionnaire about respiratory symptoms was administered. Pulmonary function tests (PFTs) and serial peak expiratory flow (PEF) measurements were performed. All subjects were evaluated by posteroanterior chest x-rays. The prevalence of occupational asthma (OA) in the bleachery and other section workers was 23.8% and 9.1%, respectively (p> 0.05). Within workers, exercise dyspnea (23.3%) and wheezing (20.9%) were the most frequent symptoms. The relationship between the duration of employment and PFTs in bleachery workers (n= 21) was negatively correlated and statistically significant with FEV(1), FEF(2)(5)-(7)(5) (moderate; r= -0.477, -0.449, respectively; p< 0.05) and FEV(1)/FVC, FEV(1)% (well; r= -0.588, -0.509, respectively; p< 0.05). The results of the present study suggest that exposure to denim-bleaching agents plays an important role in the occurrence of respiratory symptoms, reduction in pulmonary functions, and induction of occupational asthma.  (+info)

Multi-isotope imaging mass spectrometry reveals slow protein turnover in hair-cell stereocilia. (8/19)

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... is the agent added to fresh milled grains to whiten the flour by removing the yellow colour pigment ... Usual flour bleaching agents are: Organic peroxides (benzoyl peroxide) Calcium peroxide Chlorine Chlorine dioxide ... In countries where bleached flour is prohibited, microwaving plain flour produces similar chemical changes to the bleaching ... Bleached flour improves the structure-forming capacity, allowing the use of dough formulas with lower proportions of flour and ...
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About 95% of all bleached kraft pulp is made using chlorine dioxide in ECF bleaching sequences. All bleaching agents used to ... Ozone is a very powerful oxidizing agent, and the biggest challenge in using it to bleach wood pulp is to get sufficient ... Alkaline hydrogen peroxide is the most commonly used bleaching agent for mechanical pulp. The amount of base such as sodium ... A variety of less common bleaching agents have been used on chemical pulps. They include peroxyacetic acid, peroxyformic acid, ...
Azodicarbonamide - flour bleaching agent. Also used in the production of foamed plastics and the manufacture of gaskets. Banned ... Flour treatment agents Flour treatment agents are added to flour to improve its color or its use in baking. Glazing agents ... Anticaking agents Anticaking agents keep powders such as milk powder from caking or sticking. Antifoaming agents Antifoaming ... anti-caking agent, firming agent Calcium polyphosphates - anti-caking agent Calcium propionate - preservative Calcium salts of ...
Figoni, Paula I (2010). "Bleaching and Maturing Agents". How Baking Works: Exploring the Fundamentals of Baking Science. John ... These agents deprive the fire of oxygen and cool the potassium metal. During storage, potassium forms peroxides and superoxides ... For a long time the only significant applications for potash were the production of glass, bleach, soap and gunpowder as ... Many common fire extinguishing agents, including water, either are ineffective or make a potassium fire worse. Nitrogen, argon ...
Mercury was commonly used as a skin lightening agent. However, due to the known hazards of mercury (renal damage, neurotoxicity ... "Anal Bleaching: From Porn Trend to Mainstream (Un)Necessary Evil". LA Weekly. 8 February 2012. "Is Anal Bleaching for You?". ... Anal bleaching is the process of lightening the color of the skin around the anus. It is done for cosmetic purposes, to make ... As a result of this perceived problem, anal bleaching began to gain appeal. Some gay men also make use of the procedure. The ...
Bleaching agents, usually peroxides, are usually sufficiently active only at 60 °C and up. With bleach activators, this ... Bleach activators react with hydrogen peroxide in aqueous solution to form peroxy acids. Peroxy acids are more active bleaches ... Bleach activators are included in some laundry detergent powders (e.g. Tide), some laundry additive powders, and a few laundry ... Bleach activators are compounds that allow a lower washing temperature than would be required otherwise to achieve the full ...
Harrel, C. G. (1952). "Maturing and Bleaching Agents in Producing Flour". Industrial & Engineering Chemistry. 44 (1): 95-100. ... of all bleached kraft pulp is made using chlorine dioxide in ECF bleaching sequences. Chlorine dioxide has been used to bleach ... for use in pulp bleaching. It is produced with high efficiency in a strong acid solution with a suitable reducing agent such as ... "Drinking bleach will not cure cancer or autism, FDA warns". NBC News. Retrieved August 13, 2019. "FDA warns consumers about the ...
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Bleach products: Clorox Cyosan Zonrox Bleach Henkel products: biff Hygiene Total Ingredients: Benzalkonium chloride and Formic ... Other inactivating agents such as UV, Metals, Ozone, etc. exist. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( ... "Zonrox Bleach". Green Cross Inc. Retrieved 9 April 2021. Croughan WS, Behbehani AM (February 1988). "Comparative study of ... With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the mentioned agents are still under research about their microbicidal activity ...
... , is the practice of lightening the hair color mainly for cosmetic purposes using bleaching agents. Bleaching can ... The most common commercial bleaching agents in use are hydrogen peroxide and persulfate salts, but historically other agents ... The bleaching agent used by the Roman women was composed of a solution of ashes from burnt nuts or plants. Diodorus Siculus, a ... The preference changed to bleaching the hair blond when Greek culture, which practiced bleaching, reached Rome, and was ...
The oxidizing agent used to bleach hair is hydrogen peroxide. It is mixed with ammonia to create an alkaline solution and to ... Bleached hair will often require pre-pigmentation before a color application. Dyeing bleached hair brown can result in grey or ... Bleached hair can still have a yellow or coppery shade. A violet-based color can cancel out yellow tones, and a blue-based ... Products for bleaching one's hair at home usually contain a 6% solution of hydrogen peroxide, while products for use in a hair ...
Like most peroxides, it is a powerful bleaching agent. It has been used for the bleaching of flour, fats, oils, waxes, and ... As a bleach, it has been used as a medication and a water disinfectant. In specialized contexts, the name may be abbreviated as ... It is also used in rubber curing and as a finishing agent for some acetate yarns. Benzoyl peroxide is effective for treating ... Benzoyl peroxide is mainly used in production of plastics and for bleaching flour, hair, plastics and textiles, as well as for ...
Hydrogen peroxide is also a bleaching agent that can be used to treat stains. Sodium perchlorate is a bleach alternative. ... Bleach Traditional bleach contains chlorine and/or hydroquinone. Chlorine can irritate and burn skin, as can skin-bleaching ... Lemon juice, containing citric acid which is the active bleaching agent, can effectively remove stains. Its action can be ... Some stain removal agents will not only dissolve the stain, but will dissolve the dye that is used to color the material. These ...
Oxidizing agents are added to flour to help with gluten development. They may or may not also act as bleaching agents. ... acts as a bleaching agent, banned in some areas) potassium iodate Reducing agents help to weaken the flour by breaking the ... Dough conditioners may include enzymes, yeast nutrients, mineral salts, oxidants and reductants, bleaching agents and ... A dough conditioner, flour treatment agent, improving agent or bread improver is any ingredient or chemical added to bread ...
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Palladium and nickel act as primary bleaching agents for gold; zinc acts as a secondary bleaching agent to attenuate the color ...
The dyes are bleached by hypochlorite bleach. Due to the highly polluting nature of the dye-bath effluent, sulfur dyes are ... In the presence of a reducing agent and at alkaline pH at elevated temperature of around 80 °C, the dye particles disintegrate ... These dyes have good all-around colour fastness except to chlorine bleaches. Because the dye is water-insoluble, it will not ... Sodium sulfide or sodium hydrosulfide are suitable reducing agents. Common salt facilitates the absorption. After the fabric is ...
... the classical household bleaching agent), such as trichloroisocyanuric acid. The Bar Keepers Friend scouring powder has oxalic ... It may also include perfume and/or a dry bleaching agent. The abrasive can be silica (quartz, SiO 2), feldspar (such as ... The dry bleach is usually a product that releases chlorine (more precisely hypochlorite, ... and possibly dry bleach. Scouring powder is used to clean encrusted deposits on hard surfaces such as ceramic tiles, pots and ...
It has also been used as a bleaching agent for flour. "Acetozone". Oxford Dictionaries. Archived from the original on February ...
... is also a permitted bleaching, washing and peeling agent. Sodium Laurate has also been used to induce peripheral ...
Their primary applications are as bleaching, disinfection, and water treatment agents. They are also used in chemistry for ... Common examples include sodium hypochlorite (household bleach) and calcium hypochlorite (a component of bleaching powder, ... This oxidising power is what makes them effective bleaching agents and disinfectants. In organic chemistry, hypochlorites can ... "liquid bleach", "Javel water") and calcium ("bleaching powder") are widely used, industrially and domestically, to whiten ...
However, sodium chlorite is a stable salt and is useful for bleaching and stripping textiles, as an oxidising agent, and as a ... Chlorine gas was first used by French chemist Claude Berthollet to bleach textiles in 1785. Modern bleaches resulted from ... Oxidizing agents, Pulmonary agents, Reactive nonmetals, Swimming pool equipment). ... "Bleach Mixing Dangers : Washington State Dept. of Health". www.doh.wa.gov. Archived from the original on 2016-04-14. Retrieved ...
To prevent this, nano-hydroxyapatite can be added to the bleaching solution to reduce the impact of the bleaching agent by ... Teeth bleaching agents release reactive oxygen species which can degrade enamel. ... This reduces sensitivity after the bleaching process. Nano-hydroxyapatite possesses a remineralising effect on teeth and can be ... Some studies suggest it is useful in counteracting dentine hypersensitivity, preventing sensitivity after teeth bleaching ...
Benzoyl peroxide and hydrogen peroxide are used as bleaching and "maturing" agents for treating flour to make its grain release ... Organic peroxides, like their inorganic counterparts, are often powerful bleaching agents. Examples of organic peroxides tert- ... Agents Chemother. 41 (7): 1413-22. doi:10.1128/AAC.41.7.1413. PMC 163932. PMID 9210658. Boulangier D, Dieng Y, Cisse B, et al ... Organic peroxides are often sold as formulations that include one or more phlegmatizing agents. That is, for safety sake or ...
Exhausted bleaching earths are the waste of blenching process. They are constituted by the earth and residual oil that ... With this method it is possible to avoid the use of high temperature and of acidic agents. However, the cost of enzymes and the ... In this process, the raw oil is treated with a water solution of a chelating agent. Similarly to the previous treatment, the ... This process aims to remove them using bleaching earth, which is a class of acidic clay that is capable to absorb oil's ...
Flour bleaching agent is the agent added to fresh milled grains to whiten the flour by removing the yellow colour pigment ... Usual flour bleaching agents are: Organic peroxides (benzoyl peroxide) Calcium peroxide Chlorine Chlorine dioxide ... In countries where bleached flour is prohibited, microwaving plain flour produces similar chemical changes to the bleaching ... Bleached flour improves the structure-forming capacity, allowing the use of dough formulas with lower proportions of flour and ...
Flour Bleaching. Flour Bleaching What is flour bleaching? Flour bleaching is a chemical treatment that removes yellow ... cookies and quick breads.1 Commercially-used flour bleaching agents include: Chlorine gas Chlorine dioxide Nitrogen dioxide ... Calcium Peroxide What is Calcium Peroxide? Calcium peroxide (CaO2) is a fast oxidising agent used as a processing aid or dough ...
The most common bleaching agent found in laundry detergent is Chlorine Bleach, which is often used in detergents for whitening ... Another bleaching agent commonly found in detergents is Sodium Carbonate Peroxide, also known as oxygen bleach. Praised for its ... many household names also include bleaching agents in their formulas. The two most popular are chlorine bleach and sodium ... Why bleaching agents are bad. Walk down any supermarket laundry aisle, and youre sure to find a host of laundry detergents ...
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HORNING, Diego et al. Evaluation of human enamel permeability exposed to bleaching agents. Braz. J. Oral Sci. [online]. 2013, ... The use of bleaching agents increased dental enamel permeability, regardless of the bleaching technique. ... without bleaching agent (control group), Group 2 (G2) - 35% hydrogen peroxide (HP) - one session of three 10-min applications, ... G1 was exposed to artificial saliva only and in the other groups the bleaching agents were applied following the manufacturers ...
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The efficacy of bleaching depends on three aspects: bleaching agent, bleaching method, and tooth color.Objective:This in vivo ... non-hydrogen peroxide bleaching agent in comparison to a placebo after one single use.Material and methods:Forty subjects (25 ... the results showed that a non-hydrogen peroxide bleaching agent has significant whitening effects immediately and 24 h after a ... and the placebo group received an identically composed product except for the active agents. Each subject was treated with a ...
... a method for bleaching substrates using these materials and bleaching compositions containing same are reported. The bleaches ... a method for bleaching substrates using these materials and bleaching compositions containing same are reported. The bleaches ... Substrates such as fabrics may be bleached in an aqueous solution containing the N-acyloxaziridines.\![origin: US5755991A] ... Substrates such as fabrics may be bleached in an aqueous solution containing the N-acyloxaziridines.\! ...
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... is a blister agent (vesicant) that causes severe, delayed burns to the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. Sulfur mustard ... Sulfur mustard is incompatible with bleaching powder.. *On contact with acid or acid fumes, sulfur mustard emits highly toxic ... In addition to being a blister agent (vesicant), sulfur mustard is an alkylating agent: when absorbed into the body, it can ... Your Incident Commander will provide you with decontaminants specific for the agent released or the agent believed to have been ...
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Effects of Bleaching Agents Combined with Regular and Whitening Toothpastes on Surface Roughness and Mineral Content of Enamel. ... Enamel blocks were randomized into nine groups (n=10) according to the bleaching treatment (no bleaching, control group; 6% ... The bleaching treatment resulted in a decrease of enamel mineral content, but the studied dentifrices did not contribute to ... BACKGROUND DATA Bleaching treatment could promote morphological and chemical changes in enamel surface. METHODS:. ...
Evaluation of leakage of bleaching agent through different intraorifice barriers in intracoronal bleaching technique- an in ... Most bleaching agents are oxidizers that act on organic structures of the hard tissues and degrade them into smaller molecules ... and stains not amenable to extra-coronal bleaching. Contraindications to internal bleaching are superficial enamel stains, ... The intracoronal bleaching procedure is largely used because it is efficient, simple and economic. Indications for internal ...
As a bleaching agent, hypochlorite was used in earlier time. Currently, hypochlorite is substituted by other bleaching agents ... Thus, peracetic acid is ecologically friendly and is alternatively used as a bleaching agent [1]. ... Bleaching Operation Process. The bleaching process is one which imparts whiteness by removing the natural coloring matters from ... Applications of oxidizing agents are for attacking the Chromophore imparts. Hydroxyl radicals are powerful oxidizing agents. ...
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The bleached surface would become irregular, would it not? What is the speed of the bleaching agent diffusibility? Would ... HOW CAN WE UNDERSTAND THAT BLEACHING AGENTS POSSIBLY ACT ON THE ENAMEL SURFACE BELOW THE BRACKETS? ... due to the fact that bleaching agents promote enamel demineralization. Associating dental bleaching with orthodontic treatment ... When exposed to bleaching agents, the areas of dentin exposure and the dental tubules are widened.6 These effects result in ...
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  • The most widely used bleaching chemicals can be divided into two groups: peroxygen bleaching agents like hydrogen peroxide and sodium perborate, and chlorine and its associated substances (such as sodium hypochlorite). (skyquestt.com)
  • In order to improve the colour of food goods, hydrogen peroxide primarily bleaches and cleanses them. (skyquestt.com)
  • The most popular bleaching chemicals for flour include chlorine dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, and benzoyl peroxide. (skyquestt.com)
  • The specimens were divided randomly into four groups (n=5) according to the bleaching treatments: Group 1 (G1) - without bleaching agent (control group), Group 2 (G2) - 35% hydrogen peroxide (HP) - one session of three 10-min applications, Group 3 (G3) - 35% HP - 2 sessions of three 10-min applications, and Group 4 (G4) - 6% HP - 14 days (1h/day). (bvsalud.org)
  • Hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2 ) is the active ingredient that is commonly used in most tooth-bleaching products. (scite.ai)
  • Don't use products containing bleach or hydrogen peroxide. (apple.com)
  • Hydrogen peroxide (HP) and its precursor, carbamide peroxide (CP), are the most widely used whitening agents [ 4 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • freshly milled flour contains carotenoids, it has a slightly yellowish appearance, thus bleaching chemicals are employed to make it appear whiter. (skyquestt.com)
  • Though anal bleaching can involve chemicals, it does not use bleach. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • They are components of ` Drinking water from public drinking water supplies where commercial bleaches, cleaning solutions, and disinfectants these chemicals were added to kill bacteria. (cdc.gov)
  • The two most popular are chlorine bleach and sodium carbonate peroxide. (kair.care)
  • Another bleaching agent commonly found in detergents is Sodium Carbonate Peroxide, also known as oxygen bleach. (kair.care)
  • Liquid sodium hypochlorite in a diluted solution can be used as a bleaching agent. (skyquestt.com)
  • Sodium and calcium hypochlorite are used primarily as bleaching agents or disinfectants. (cdc.gov)
  • You can be exposed to low levels of sodium and calcium hypochlorite if you use disinfectants like household bleach. (cdc.gov)
  • Sodium hypochlorite, one of the main active ingredients in household bleach, has been used as an antibacterial agent since the mid-19th century, when doctors used to wash their hands with it and noticed dramatically-reduced disease transmission between patients. (speareducation.com)
  • As a broad spectrum antimicrobial agent, sodium hypochlorite has long been studied on the anaerobic bacteria that cause endodontic infections, but in vitro studies done with 0.5 percent sodium hypochlorite solutions have shown it to also be effective against S. mutans, S. sanguinis and Lactobacillus acidophilus, all bacteria that can routinely be found in the oral environment. (speareducation.com)
  • Standard bleach is six percent sodium hypochlorite. (speareducation.com)
  • Enviro Chlor is a 12.5% active sodium hypochlorite bleach product that's ideal for use in food plants, laundry applications, and agricultural uses. (envirotech.com)
  • Chlorine is also commonly used in a liquid form as sodium hypochlorite, such as household bleach. (cdc.gov)
  • Usual flour bleaching agents are: Organic peroxides (benzoyl peroxide) Calcium peroxide Chlorine Chlorine dioxide Azodicarbonamide Nitrogen dioxide Atmospheric oxygen, used during natural aging of flour Use of chlorine, bromates, and peroxides is not allowed in the European Union. (wikipedia.org)
  • Several deaths of people drinking bleach marketed as a "miracle cure" have been reported across South America, including in Argentina where a five-year-old boy was reported to have died in August having been given chlorine dioxide as a Covid cure. (yahoo.com)
  • Although she appears to have gotten out of the MMS business ever since having had to agree to sign an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance with the state of Illinois, which means that she agreed to stop promoting and selling chlorine dioxide bleach as a treatment for autism, she was the main person who popularized the treatment in the "autism biomed" community. (scienceblogs.com)
  • Benzoyl peroxide can cause bleaching of hair and fabrics (including pillowcases). (medscape.com)
  • Flour bleaching agent is the agent added to fresh milled grains to whiten the flour by removing the yellow colour pigment called xanthophyll. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bleached flour improves the structure-forming capacity, allowing the use of dough formulas with lower proportions of flour and higher proportions of sugar[citation needed]. (wikipedia.org)
  • In countries where bleached flour is prohibited, microwaving plain flour produces similar chemical changes to the bleaching process. (wikipedia.org)
  • Flour Bleaching What is flour bleaching? (bakerpedia.com)
  • Global food bleaching Agents Market has been segmented on the basis of application as bakery products, flour, cheese and others. (skyquestt.com)
  • Bleaching flour has become necessary for flour producers since it speeds up the maturing process and weakens the proteins in the flour. (skyquestt.com)
  • Users discuss how many drops of bleach they are imbibing and explain they are drinking the chemical which they call MMS to "disinfect ourselves", a phrase that echoes Donald Trump's controversial remarks in April that injections of disinfectant could cure Covid-19. (yahoo.com)
  • Bleach isn't a very good cleaning agent, but when diluted, it's an excellent disinfectant for hard surfaces such as doorknobs. (merrymaids.com)
  • Disinfecting wipes or clean rags for using to clean and disinfect cabin and a disinfectant e.g. chlorine/bleach/Jik and water for mixing it when necessary, if no disinfecting wipes available. (who.int)
  • d) Because of the known hazards of mercury, its questionable efficacy as a skin-bleaching agent, and the availability of effective and less toxic nonmercurial preservatives, there is no justification for the use of mercury in skin-bleaching preparations or its use as a preservative in cosmetics, with the exception of eye-area cosmetics for which no other effective and safe nonmercurial preservative is available. (fda.gov)
  • The aim of this study was to evaluate the bleaching efficacy of a bleaching toothpaste containing 3% CP and 5% lactoperoxidase and to assess its possible side-effects on the oral soft tissues. (hindawi.com)
  • To evaluate the human enamel permeability after different external bleaching techniques. (bvsalud.org)
  • The degree of dye penetration was analyzed in the middle third of the dental crowns using a 0 to 4 score system (0= no dye penetration, 1= less than half the enamel thickness, 2= half of the enamel thickness, 3= full extent of enamel without reaching the dentin, and 4= tracer agent reaching dentin). (bvsalud.org)
  • The use of bleaching agents increased dental enamel permeability, regardless of the bleaching technique. (bvsalud.org)
  • Effects of Bleaching Agents Combined with Regular and Whitening Toothpastes on Surface Roughness and Mineral Content of Enamel. (bvsalud.org)
  • The purpose of this study was to evaluate surface roughness and changes in the composition of enamel submitted to different bleaching protocols and toothbrushing with regular and whitening toothpastes . (bvsalud.org)
  • BACKGROUND DATA Bleaching treatment could promote morphological and chemical changes in enamel surface. (bvsalud.org)
  • or whitening dentifrice , W). Bleaching was performed according to manufacturers' instructions and all groups were submitted to 30,000 cycles of simulated toothbrushing with toothpaste (PL, R, or W). Mineral content evaluation and enamel roughness were evaluated initially (T1), after bleaching (T2), and after toothbrushing (T3), using an energy-dispersive micro X-ray fluorescence spectrometer and profilometry, respectively. (bvsalud.org)
  • Enamel surface roughness was influenced by bleaching and toothbrushing . (bvsalud.org)
  • Surface roughness increased for the groups that brushed with the placebo dentifrice (CP+PL, HP+PL, C+PL) and for the control group that brushed with whitening dentifrice (C+W). Enamel Ca/P ratio decreased after bleaching, but toothbrushing , regardless of the dentifrice used, did not reduce the enamel mineral content. (bvsalud.org)
  • The bleaching treatment resulted in a decrease of enamel mineral content, but the studied dentifrices did not contribute to surface mineral loss. (bvsalud.org)
  • Contraindications to internal bleaching are superficial enamel stains, defective enamel formation, severe dentin loss, presence of caries and discolored composites. (journalcra.com)
  • Calcium hypochlorite is commonly used in water treatment as a bleaching agent. (ehow.com)
  • Furthermore, increasing trends in toothpaste whitening agents are key factors that contribute to growth of the calcium peroxide market in the near future due to increasing consumer awareness of the importance of strong white teeth. (visiongain.com)
  • During the last years, a bleaching toothpaste containing 3% CP and 5% lactoperoxidase has been developed [ 13 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • Alongside surfactants, which are the main cleaning agents in laundry detergents, many household names also include bleaching agents in their formulas. (kair.care)
  • So, because we want to care for the clothes you care about, we've avoided bleaching agents altogether in our formulas, and instead replaced them with gentle, yet still highly effective plant-based surfactants so that you can wash carefully and wear carefree for years to come. (kair.care)
  • Shampoos are often composed of 10 to 30 ingredients, including cleansing agents, also known as surfactants ([ Table 1 ]), conditioning agents, pH adjusters, fragrances, and other additives. (thieme-connect.com)
  • After bleaching, teeth were immersed in a 50% silver nitrate solution for 2 h and photodeveloped for 16 h. (bvsalud.org)
  • This acid is said to have bleaching properties, which may help lighten stained teeth. (healthline.com)
  • Basically, there are three approaches for bleaching vital teeth: in-office or power bleaching, at-home or dentist-supervised nightguard bleaching, and bleaching with over-the-counter (OTC) products [ 3 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • These products contain low concentrations of whitening agents (3 to 6% HP) and are self-applied to teeth via gum shields, strips, or paint-on product formats [ 9 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • Calcium peroxide (CaO2) is a fast oxidising agent used as a processing aid or dough conditioner in the production of yeast-leavened bakery products. (bakerpedia.com)
  • However, if you are considering using bleach on your toilet seat, it is important to first dilute it with water. (liquidimageco.com)
  • After you dilute the bleach, use a cloth or other similar item to carefully spread the solution over the toilet seat. (liquidimageco.com)
  • Bleach tends to corrode pipes and seals, so over time it could lead to problems with your drainage and plumbing. (liquidimageco.com)
  • Bleach is a powerful chemical and depending on the amount and concentration of the bleach, it could damage the porcelain surface of the toilet, corrode metal parts of the toilet, and cause health hazards. (liquidimageco.com)
  • The market growth is accelerated by the widespread use of bleaching agents in a variety of industries, including pulp and paper, textile, and construction. (skyquestt.com)
  • The bleach that is being sold on the Amazon marketplace is typically used in industrial processes including textile manufacturing and bleaching of pulp and paper. (yahoo.com)
  • A bleaching agent is a chemical substance that is widely used domestically or commercially to whiten or remove color from various products and materials. (skyquestt.com)
  • An individual interested in bleaching their anus can choose to buy products for home use or visit a professional who can perform the procedure. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • According to a 2021 article , skin bleaching products inhibit tyrosinase, which reduces the production of melanin. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • The American Academy of Dermatology Association (AAD ) notes that skin bleaching typically refers to the use of over-the-counter (OTC) products. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate some bleaching products. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • A person can bleach their anus at home using OTC products. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Last August the agency issued a strong health warning that MMS bleach products could be life-threatening. (yahoo.com)
  • The CD Kit and Natrichlor bleach products currently on sale through Amazon are made by KVLAB, which is linked to Keavy's Corner , an online shop based in Lake Placid, Florida. (yahoo.com)
  • Bleach is a strong chemical that can release dangerous fumes when mixed with other cleaning products. (liquidimageco.com)
  • First, in-office bleaching uses products delivering high concentrations of tooth whitening agents (30 to 35% HP). (hindawi.com)
  • Finally, the popularity of OTC bleaching products has increased significantly in recent years. (hindawi.com)
  • WS + BC: Clean with water-based cleaning agents, foam or pure water-free solvents. (sitonit.net)
  • Anal bleaching is a cosmetic procedure that aims to lighten the appearance of the skin around the anus. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • The intracoronal bleaching procedure is largely used because it is efficient, simple and economic. (journalcra.com)
  • With regard to the best moment for carrying out or recommending dental bleaching to orthodontic patients, some explanations and orientations are given in order to answers the following questions: 1) Why orthodontic treatment completion is considered the best opportunity for carrying out the procedure? (scielo.br)
  • The "how", "why" and "if" of whether or not it is convenient to perform dental bleaching before orthodontic treatment are still a matter of clinical suggestion, as it is a procedure that is under analysis, empirical knowledge waiting for scientific proof or disproof! (scielo.br)
  • However, it is still a bleach compound and not suitable for use on all fabrics. (kair.care)
  • Substrates such as fabrics may be bleached in an aqueous solution containing the N-acyloxaziridines. (epo.org)
  • compounds are used to bleach paper and textiles may be subject to slightly higher levels of exposure. (cdc.gov)
  • Sec. 700.13 Use of mercury compounds in cosmetics including use as skinbleaching agents in cosmetic preparations also regarded as drugs. (fda.gov)
  • Indications for internal bleaching are discoloration of pulpal origin, dentin stains, and stains not amenable to extra-coronal bleaching. (journalcra.com)
  • Placement of a barrier like Biodentine over the gutta-percha certainly enhances the seal, prevents the leakage of the bleaching materials and is an esthetic option for intraorifice barrier unlike MTA and SDR composite as use of Biodentine does not cause discoloration. (journalcra.com)
  • It helps to reduce discoloration using chemical agents to oxidize organic molecules accumulated on the tooth surface [ 2 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • Tooth bleaching is one of the most requested esthetic treatments in dentistry [ 1 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • 2) Why dental bleaching should not be performed immediately before orthodontic treatment? (scielo.br)
  • This article highlights why it is essential to protect both the mucosa and the cervical region, regardless of the moment when dental bleaching is performed, whether associated with orthodontic treatment or not. (scielo.br)
  • How can bleach reduce dental plaque levels? (speareducation.com)
  • New studies are being done that show that using highly diluted household bleach as a mouth rinse can cause a significant reduction in dental plaque formation and bleeding on probing sites without some of the side-effects of long-term chlorhexidine use. (speareducation.com)
  • The deodorising, bleaching and desinfection of calcium peroxide has been widely used. (visiongain.com)
  • Most bleaching agents are oxidizers that act on organic structures of the hard tissues and degrade them into smaller molecules that are lighter in color such as CO2, O2 and H2O. (journalcra.com)
  • Industrial bleach is being sold on Amazon through its product pages which consumers are buying under the mistaken belief that it is a "miracle cure" for Covid-19, despite health warnings from the US Food and Drug Administration that drinking the fluid can kill. (yahoo.com)
  • Documents show that Pardee was active on the "MMS Forum", an online community of advocates of bleach as a miracle cure, as recently as last year. (yahoo.com)
  • I was reminded of that cult when ABC News 20/20 aired a special on Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS), the aforementioned bleach miracle cure. (scienceblogs.com)
  • Pioneers in the industry, we offer chlorine bleaching agent, detergent washing powder, washing detergent powder, sour powder, detergent powder and laundry additives from India. (revachem.co.in)
  • If you ingest a more concentrated commercial bleach (10% or hypochlorite can result in birth defects or other higher hypochlorite) or hypochlorite powder you may suffer developmental effects. (cdc.gov)
  • If you ingest a more concentrated commercial bleach (10% or higher hypochlorite) or hypochlorite powder you may suffer severe corrosive injuries to the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach with bleeding, perforation, and eventually death. (cdc.gov)
  • Bleach is effective in killing many germs, bacteria and viruses, but it is also very mild and will not damage surfaces such as a toilet seat. (liquidimageco.com)
  • The most common bleaching agent found in laundry detergent is Chlorine Bleach, which is often used in detergents for whitening but, it has plenty of unwanted effects. (kair.care)
  • Take a sponge or cloth and dampen it with a mild bleach solution, which is typically one cup of bleach added to one gallon of water. (liquidimageco.com)
  • Peracetic acid is an ideal antimicrobial agent due to its high oxidizing potential. (envirotech.com)
  • hypochlorite if you use disinfectants like household bleach. (cdc.gov)
  • If you ingest a small amount of household bleaches (3-6% hypochlorite) you may experience gastrointestinal irritation. (cdc.gov)
  • As mentioned before, household bleach is extremely caustic and dangerous, and needs to be properly diluted to be handled safely. (speareducation.com)
  • Household chlorine bleach can release chlorine gas if it is mixed with certain other cleaning agents. (cdc.gov)
  • Chlorine gas can be recognized by its pungent, irritating odor, which is like the odor of bleach. (cdc.gov)
  • Global Food Bleaching Agents Market size was valued at USD 859.60 million in 2021 and is poised to grow from USD 902.58 million in 2022 to USD 1333.52 million by 2030, at a CAGR of 5% during the forecast period (2023-2030). (skyquestt.com)
  • Materials which were used in the study were MTA, Biodentine and SDR composite material as an intraorifice barrier in walking bleach technique. (journalcra.com)
  • Anal bleaching involves using a chemical, laser, or other substance to lighten the appearance of a person's anus. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Secondly, at-home bleaching fundamentally involves the use of a gel applied in a fitted tray [ 7 ], containing low concentrations of whitening agents (10 to 20% CP) [ 3 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • Avoid getting moisture in any opening, and don't submerge your Apple product in any cleaning agents. (t3.com)
  • When using bleach, you should always wear gloves and a protective face mask to avoid any contact with your skin or eyes. (liquidimageco.com)
  • To avoid damaging your toilet, it is best to avoid using bleach or use it in small amounts as needed. (liquidimageco.com)
  • For these reasons, it is best to avoid using bleach in the toilet. (liquidimageco.com)
  • Excellent product for getting best bleaching effect. (revachem.co.in)
  • The Product is based on Chlorine bleaching agent. (revachem.co.in)
  • All of the topical agents can be irritating, so patients should start by applying them either every other day or just for an hour then washing the product off until tolerance develops. (medscape.com)
  • When broken down, Oxygen Bleach turns into water and oxygen therefore decreasing the negative impact on the environment making it the eco-friendlier choice. (kair.care)
  • One of the major factors propelling the growth of the bleaching agents' market is the rising demand for water treatment across the globe. (skyquestt.com)
  • To keep your home germ-free, try diluting bleach with water and rubbing it lightly into faucet handles and other touch-heavy zones. (merrymaids.com)
  • Try dipping dishes and utensils in a diluted bleach-and-water solution before vigorously scrubbing with soap. (merrymaids.com)
  • They are components of commercial bleaches, cleaning solutions, and disinfectants for drinking water and waste water purification systems and swimming pools. (cdc.gov)
  • The ratio should be no more than one part bleach to 10 parts water. (liquidimageco.com)
  • Additionally, the fumes produced when bleach mixes with the urine in the toilet bowl can contribute to rusting of the toilet parts, such as the flush handle, flapper, and water valve. (liquidimageco.com)
  • But as most backpackers can tell you, bleach can be used to treat potentially contaminated water sources and still be safe to drink when properly diluted. (speareducation.com)
  • I've worked the conversions out so that if you add two teaspoons of the bleach to a cup of water, you'll have yourself a roughly 0.26-percent solution. (speareducation.com)
  • Sulfur mustard has been used as a chemical warfare agent to cause delayed casualties. (cdc.gov)
  • A Totally-Encapsulating Chemical Protective (TECP) suit that provides protection against CBRN agents. (cdc.gov)
  • A hooded chemical-resistant suit that provides protection against CBRN agents. (cdc.gov)
  • c) The effectiveness of mercury-containing preparations as skin-bleaching agents is questionable. (fda.gov)
  • Bleaching effectiveness was observed in both the upper and lower central incisors and in the lateral mandibular incisors. (hindawi.com)
  • Also, the topical agents can cause phototoxicity, so it's worth reminding patients to use sunscreen . (medscape.com)
  • This all sounded promising, but I could just imagine the blank stares I was about to receive from any patients to whom I recommended swishing with bleach. (speareducation.com)
  • Collected data indicated increased concentrations of an oxidizing or bleaching agent. (cdc.gov)
  • Only oxygen/non-chlorine bleach allowed. (asos.com)
  • A person can often find bleaching services at local salons, cosmetic surgery centers, and some dermatologist offices. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Contact of the eye with mild bleach solutions may cause mild and transitory irritation. (cdc.gov)
  • Inhaling bleach fumes can cause inflammation of the airways and even cause difficulty breathing. (liquidimageco.com)
  • If someone decides to undergo anal bleaching, it is safer to visit a professional. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • In fact, using a diluted bleach solution may help to get rid of any germs present on the toilet seat and make it safer for use. (liquidimageco.com)
  • As part of the treatment, she advocated feeding MMS to autistic children every two hours over the course of 72 hours (her " 72-2 protocol ") and giving children MMS enemas three times a week, basically to " bleach the autism away . (scienceblogs.com)
  • The FDA is prosecuting producers of bleach, but now we have Amazon selling it. (yahoo.com)
  • US Food Bleaching Agents Market is poised to grow at a sustainable CAGR for the next forecast year. (skyquestt.com)
  • The Global Food Bleaching Agents Market is segmented based on Type, Application, and region. (skyquestt.com)
  • Sulfur mustard (military designation HD or H) is a blister agent (vesicant) that causes severe, delayed burns to the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. (cdc.gov)
  • Such chronic use of mercury-containing skin-bleaching preparations has resulted in the accumulation of mercury in the body and the occurrence of severe reactions. (fda.gov)
  • This improves the final texture of baked goods made to recipes intended for bleached flours. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bleach is highly corrosive and can damage the porcelain of your toilet if used in excessive amounts. (liquidimageco.com)