Argyrol Argyrol n. 1. a compound of protein and silver used as a mild antiseptic; Argyrol is the trademark.

Syn: mild silver protein. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • Argyrol — is the trade name for an antiseptic (antimicrobial) consisting of a compound of protein and silver. It was developed and commercialized by American physician Dr Albert Coombs Barnes (1872 1951), after whom the Barnes Foundation, an educational… …   Wikipedia

  • Argyrol — noun antiseptic consisting of a compound of protein and silver (trade name Argyrol) • Syn: ↑mild silver protein • Usage Domain: ↑trade name • Hypernyms: ↑antiseptic …   Useful english dictionary

  • Argyrol — /ahr jeuh rawl , rol /, Pharm., Trademark. See mild silver protein. * * * …   Universalium

  • Argyrol — noun An antiseptic compound of silver and a protein …   Wiktionary

  • argyrol — SYN: mild silver protein. * * * Ar·gy·rol är jə .rȯl, .rōl trademark used for a silver protein compound whose aqueous solution is used as a local antiseptic esp. for mucous membranes * * * Ar·gyr·ol (ahrґjə rol) trademark for mild silver… …   Medical dictionary

  • Argyrol — Ar·gy·rol …   English syllables

  • argyrol — /ˈadʒərɒl/ (say ahjuhrol) noun a compound of silver and a protein, formerly applied to mucous membranes as a mild antiseptic. {Greek argyros silver + ol (unexplained) …   Australian English dictionary

  • Argyrol King — Dr Albert C Barnes …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Albert C. Barnes — Albert Barnes Coombs Nacimiento 2 de enero de 1872 Filadelfia Fallecimiento 24 de julio de 1951 Phoenixville Residencia …   Wikipedia Español

  • Barnes Foundation — portalpar|PhiladelphiaThe Barnes Foundation is an educational art institution in Lower Merion Township, a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is located directly in back of the Merion campus of Saint Joseph s University …   Wikipedia

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