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In chemistry, an electrolyte is any substance containing free ions that make the substance electrically conductive. The most typical electrolyte is an ionic solution, but molten electrolytes and solid electrolytes are also possible.
New method using electrical conductivity could be effective in measuring blood present in dry blood spots

New method using electrical conductivity could be effective in measuring blood present in dry blood spots

Chloride switch controls critical step in basement membrane formation

Chloride switch controls critical step in basement membrane formation

SPRINT supports stringent BP goals for elderly

SPRINT supports stringent BP goals for elderly

New set of practice guidelines from WMS may help in treatment, prevention of drowning

New set of practice guidelines from WMS may help in treatment, prevention of drowning

ITJ researchers develop new hydrating beverage for athletes

ITJ researchers develop new hydrating beverage for athletes

Bayer-new phase 3 liver cancer data

Bayer-new phase 3 liver cancer data

Half-strength apple juice followed by preferred fluid choice better for treating kids with mild gastroenteritis

Half-strength apple juice followed by preferred fluid choice better for treating kids with mild gastroenteritis

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences to unveil Vi-CELL MetaFLEX for bioprocessing market at INTERPHEX 2016

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences to unveil Vi-CELL MetaFLEX for bioprocessing market at INTERPHEX 2016

Study finds that married men over age 55 more likely to get colonoscopy

Study finds that married men over age 55 more likely to get colonoscopy

UCJC study reveals excessive electrolyte loss may lead to hyponatraemia

UCJC study reveals excessive electrolyte loss may lead to hyponatraemia

ORNL-NIST researchers reveal nondestructive way to observe nanoscale objects and processes

ORNL-NIST researchers reveal nondestructive way to observe nanoscale objects and processes

Professor Michael Grocott appointed as new member of Sphere’s Medical Advisory Board

Professor Michael Grocott appointed as new member of Sphere’s Medical Advisory Board

Study: Conservative care could be a reasonable choice for selected kidney failure patients

Study: Conservative care could be a reasonable choice for selected kidney failure patients

Many kidney transplant patients may benefit from lower-than-standard dose of CNIs

Many kidney transplant patients may benefit from lower-than-standard dose of CNIs

Secretory capacity of human gut does not decline with age, shows study

Secretory capacity of human gut does not decline with age, shows study

First European advice on emergency care for acute heart failure patients published

First European advice on emergency care for acute heart failure patients published

DEK gene present in plasma can help predict outcomes for patients with head and neck cancer

DEK gene present in plasma can help predict outcomes for patients with head and neck cancer

Older people could be at greater risk for negative consequences of consuming high-salt diet

Older people could be at greater risk for negative consequences of consuming high-salt diet

Eisai's Halaven receives FDA approval for treatment of patients with metastatic liposarcoma

Eisai's Halaven receives FDA approval for treatment of patients with metastatic liposarcoma

Ebola health-care workers develop guidelines for treating children during future outbreaks

Ebola health-care workers develop guidelines for treating children during future outbreaks

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