bionite

bionite

Alternative medicine
Bio Nite, see there.

Materials science
A thread-like material grown from bacterial cell walls, which may be used in various biomineralisation processes—e.g., bone and dentin formation.
 
Medspeak
A proprietary combination medication used to temporarily manage the symptoms of common cold, flu, allergies, sinusitis and bronchitis, which contains a cough suppressant (dextromethorphan), a decongestant to relieve stuffy nose and ear congestion, acetaminophen to relieve pain and fever, and an antihistamine to relieve allergy symptoms (watery eyes, itchy eyes/nose/throat, runny nose, and sneezing).
References in periodicals archive ?
Whereas one iron bionite grew dark red and opaque, other versions brewed orange, translucent, cube-like crystals.
Made from the bacteria's natural casing, bionites vaguely resemble fiberglass in appearance and texture.
Intrigued by the idea that bionites might have unique nonlinear optical properties -- such that they could prove useful in fiberoptics or microelectronics -- Mendelson brewed a web in potassium dihydrophosphate.
Shortly after I started I had the first Bionite Naturelens and all the advances in soft lenses since.