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Potassium D-gluconate widely used as sequestering compounds for metal ions in alkaline systems. It is used in a newly developed process entitled ARS for the prevention of shrinkage in dyed wool fabric. Potassium gluconate has been shown to elevate lactate production, and ATP content, as well as induce the Hemoglobin (methemoglobin) reduction rate in rat erythrocytes. It is used in cell culture and in large scale applications such as the cleaning of metal surfaces.
Jeanette M. Cardamone; William C. Damert. Low-temperature Dyeing of Wool Processed for Shrinkage Control. Textile Research Journal.2006, 76, (1), 78-85.
Rita Wegmüller; Fabian Tay; Christophe Zeder; Marica Brnic; Richard F Hurrell. Zinc absorption by young adults from supplemental zinc citrate is comparable with that from zinc gluconate and higher than from zinc oxide. Journal of Nutrition.2014, 144, (2), 132-136.