monoethanolamine


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monoethanolamine

 [mon″o-eth″ah-nōl´ah-mēn]
an amino alcohol occurring in phosphatidylethanolamines; used as a pharmaceutical surfactant. The oleate salt, a sclerosing agent, is called ethanolamine oleate. Called also ethanolamine.

monoethanolamine

/mono·eth·a·nol·amine/ (mon″o-eth″ah-nōl´ah-mēn) an amino alcohol used as a pharmaceutical surfactant. The oleate salt is ethanolamine oleate.

monoethanolamine

[mon′ō·eth′ənol′əmēn] .
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