methylglucamine

meth·yl·glu·ca·mine

(meth'il-glū'kă-mēn),
Cation commonly used in water-soluble iodinated radiographic contrast media.
Synonym(s): N-methylglucamine

methylglucamine

/meth·yl·glu·ca·mine/ (-gloo´kah-mēn) meglumine.
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Modification of neurotoxicity of methylglucamine diatrizoate (hypaque 75 per cent) by intra-arterial instillation of vasoactive drugs.
42) used microchip CE with either glass microchannels dynamically coated with 40 mmol/L methylglucamine to prevent lipoprotein adsorption or uncoated glass microchannels with 0.
85 million for conspiring to fix prices and market shares for methylglucamine during the 1990s.
The three participants in the cartel are the only producers of pharmaceutical-grade methylglucamine in the world.