salicylate

[ UK /sˈælɪsˌɪle‍ɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a salt of salicylic acid (included in several commonly used drugs)
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How To Use salicylate In A Sentence

  • The preferred specimen in screening for exposure to methanol or salicylate is serum.
  • It is possible that this procedure with weak acetic acid may have converted naturally occurring salicylate to the acetyl form, that is aspirin itself.
  • Red fruits are known to have high natural salicylate content. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's not a huge stretch to think that if salicylate induces programmed cell death in plants to kill infected cells, maybe it's doing similar things in the animal kingdom to enhance the death of aberrant cells causing cancer," said Prof Burn. Aspirin cuts cancer risk in people with an inherited susceptibility
  • He received gentamicin and salicylate showed minor hearing impairment.
  • Oil of Wintergreen, which you find in liniments, is Methyl salicylate.
  • Originally salicylates (salts of salicylic acid) were obtained from the bark and leaves of willow and poplar trees; indeed ‘salicylate’ derives from the title of the willow genus, Salix.
  • Daily over-the-counter (OTC) bismuth subsalicylate (Pepto-Bismol) can cut your risk of developing diarrhea, and OTC loperamide (Imodium A-D) can ease a mild case. Q&A: Avoiding Montezuma’s revenge?
  • Oil of wintergreen, also known as methyl salicylate, is a time-honored rub or liniment used for sprains, strains, aches, pains and arthritis.
  • Modern compositions use other unstable, albeit somewhat less hazardous, aromatic compounds such as gallic acid or the salts of aromatic acids including sodium salicylate and potassium benzoate.
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