Tricaine methanesulphonate | definition of Tricaine methanesulphonate by Medical dictionary
tricaine methanesulfonate (redirected from Tricaine methanesulphonate)
the most commonly used anesthetic for fish. It is dissolved in water and enters into the systemic circulation via the gills, producing a general anesthesia.
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Comparison of tricaine methanesulphonate
(MS222) and clove oil anaesthesia effects on the physiology of juvenile Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Walbaum).