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meth·y·lene

(meth'i-lēn),
The moiety, -CH2-.

methylene

/meth·y·lene/ (meth″ĭ-lēn) the bivalent hydrocarbon radical —CH2— or CH2dbond.

meth·y·lene

(meth'i-lēn)
The radical, -CH2-.
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8 mL of 10 g/L methylene blue was injected for the methylene blue group and 1 mL of nano-carbon suspension was injected for the nano-carbon group using a 1 mL syringe.
MMX technology allows for the delivery of methylene blue along the entire length of the colon.
Prof Xiong said: "I was excited to see skin fibroblasts, derived from individuals more than 80 years old, grow much better in methylene blue-containing medium.
The best values in the methylene blue adsorption occurred with pH between 5 and 9, results that corroborate those obtained by Silva and Oliveira (2012).
MDMA methylene homolog is used for forensic tests and is not fit for human consumption.
As far as we know, there have been only 2 anecdotal reports of pulse-oximetry-related complications from methylene blue.
Similarly, methylene malonates are molecules that embody the formula shown in Figure la, where R1 and R2 represent a wide variety of substituents or side-chains.
The changes largely do not affect the conclusions of the study, except that the results for mercury and methylene chloride for both sexes combined did not quite reach statistical significance at p < 0.
A serial of ABGs showed gradual increment of the met-Hb level but methylene blue could not be administered due to his low G6PD levels.
This study was focused on two basic dye which is methylene blue and malachite green dye.
It also considers the feasibility of using date palm seeds with methylene blue.