N-methyl glucamine

N-methyl glucamine

[¦en ¦meth·əl ′glü·kə‚mēn]
(pharmacology)
C7H17NO5 A crystalline compound with a melting point of 128-129°C; used in medicine as a drug for leishmaniasis. Also known as meglumine.
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He was treated with N-methyl glucamine for 20 days but showed no improvement.
A direct smear was positive for Leishmania spp., and he was given N-methyl glucamine for 20 days.
Outward Cl- currents were recorded by substituting N-methyl glucamine chloride (NMG-Cl) (300 mM) and CsCl (100 mM) for internal KCl.
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