Argyrol
Argyrol es el nombre comercial de un antiséptico antimicrobiano que consiste en un compuesto de proteína y plata. Fue desarrollado y comercializado por el médico estadounidense Dr. Albert Barnes Coombs para tratar la gonorrea y como preventivo de la ceguera por gonorrea en los recién nacidos.
Argyrol se prescribe poco hoy día, pero dominó el mercado antimicrobiano oftálmico tópico en la primera mitad del siglo XX. Con las enormes ganancias de la venta de este medicamento, Barnes acumuló una gran colección de arte, principalmente pinturas impresionistas y del primer arte moderno, que hoy en día forman los fondos de la Fundación Barnes, una institución de arte educativo establecida por él. Las pinturas fueron valoradas en 25.000 millones de dólares, una cifra asombrosa pero que algunos expertos consideran insuficiente para aquilatar la importancia del conjunto. Entre los cuadros más valiosos, se cuentan 180 de Renoir, más de sesenta de Cézanne y una versión de La danza pintada expresamente por Matisse para la sede de la fundación.
Argyrol fue registrada en 1902 y fabricado por A.C. Barnes en exclusiva hasta que dicha empresa fue adquirida por Zonite Products Corporation en 1929. La venta de la empresa fue un doble éxito para el magnate Barnes, ya que se anticipó al Crack del 29 y además en pocos años Argyrol fue superado por otros medicamentos.
En ocasiones, el producto no fue dispensado al público en su formato original, ya que, por ejemplo se vendió en soluciones de diferentes concentraciones. Zonite Products Corporation advirtió a los compradores que tuviesen cuidado con imitaciones de Argyrol que contenía sustancias ilegalmente sustituidas. Estos compuestos parecían Argyrol en el color.

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Argyrol es el nombre comercial de un antiséptico antimicrobiano que consiste en un compuesto de proteína y plata. Fue desarrollado y comercializado por el ...
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Argyrol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Argyrol is the trade name for an antiseptic consisting of compounded solutions at varying strengths of mild silver protein. Agyrol is synonymous with its chemical ...
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Argyrol Anti-Infective is used to Help Prevent/Resolve/Subdue Eye Infections, Eye Inflammations, Sty, Conjunctivitis aka Pinkeye, Herpes Eye Infections, Inner ...
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Argyrol - National Center for Biotechnology Information
XIII. Silverized Catgut-The Argyrol Method. The Use of Argyrol in its Preparation. Ann Surg. 1908 Nov; 48(5):769-71. [Ann Surg. 1908]. Argyrosis following ...
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Also found in: Medical, Wikipedia, 0.01 sec. Ar·gy·rol (är j -rôl , -r l ). A trademark for a silver-protein compound used as a local antiseptic. Argyrol [ˈɑːdʒɪˌrɒl ...
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Ar·gy·rol (är j -rôl , -r l ). A trademark for a silver-protein compound used as a local antiseptic. mild sil·ver pro·tein. a complex prepared by the reaction of silver ...
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Argyrol (antiseptic) -- Encyclopedia Britannica - Britannica.com
American inventor of the antiseptic Argyrol (a mild silver protein anti-infective compound for mucous membrane tissues) and noted art collector, whose collection ...
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Argyrol —n. trademark a dark brown compound of silver and a protein, used medicinally as a local antiseptic. Collins English Dictionary - Complete ...
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Albert C. Barnes made his fortune* selling this silver compound, a strong antiseptic. Some of his fortune was used to buy his famous art collection, housed in the ...
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NIH/DAIDS issued a testing agreement for the use of Argyrol against HIV in 2004 and was caught in collusion with the University of Texas at the USPTO, ...
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Con la fortuna obtenida de la elaboración de la droga antiséptica «Argyrol», creó la ... Había creado una relación especial con la Universidad de Lincoln, una ...
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Barnes went on to college and medical school at the University of ... To avoid having Argyrol being stolen by competitors, he convinced Hille not to patent it.
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balanced way through some highly controversial problems. University of Pennsylvania. Wallace. Evan Da vies. Art and Argyrol. The Life and Career of Dr. Albert ...
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Inventores Increíblemente Poco Razonables; Sus Vidas, Amores Y Muertes
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La poción mágica, desarrollada en 1902 en asociación con un investigador químico extraordinario, Hermann Hille, fue Argyrol, un compuesto de plata y proteínas que se usaba como un antiséptico oftalmológico tópico en la era previa a los ...
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Art, Education, and African-American Culture: Albert Barnes and ...
Mary Ann Meyers, 2004
Dr. Charles H. Knight, professor of laryngology at Cornell Medical College and a surgeon at Manhattan Eye and Ear College, reported that he had used Argyrol to treat "various conditions of the larynx and pharynx instead of silver nitrate" and ...
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But what if I wanted the poisonous, irritating stuff? ;) Trousdale's General Store; Sydenham, Ontario.
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I've read on here that several people prefer Heparin to Argyrol and that Argyrol is a much older medicine that isn't used much now. I started instills with Argyrol about 4 weeks ago; I'm doing one instill per week for 6 weeks. It seems to be helping alot!! I also started Elmiron so maybe it's a combination. Anyway, just wanted people to know that Argyrol might be a good option for some people.
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[New and Nonofficial Remedies, 1921 (Chicago: American Medical Association, 1921). Via Google Books.
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In Principio erat Verbum: the sweet smell of Argyrol!!!
You just have to love the fragrances of potential commercialism that are lingering around the Barnes Foundation. They are at it again.
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Philadelphia Reflections: Albert C. Barnes, M.D.
Impressionist paintings grew more valuable, faster than the patron's endowment for their maintenance.
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Odd offer made for Pa. art collection to stay put | PoconoRecord.com
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The owner of a 109-year-old patent medicine that made Dr. Albert Barnes a multimillionaire has made a stunning if improbable pitch to the foundation bearing his name: It will contribute 10 percent of future revenues to the world-renowned Barnes Foundation art collection — on the condition that the foundation halts a planned move to Philadelphia from the late doctor's suburban estate.
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