Results for the quantitative parameters fetal weight, placental weight, umbilical-cord length for control rat fetuses and those treated with sodium cyclamate
are shown in Table I.
 FDA Food and Drugs Administration, "Cyclamate
(Cyclamic Acid, Calcium Cyclamate
and Sodium Cyclamate
) Commissioner's Decision," http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Food/IngredientsPackagingLabeling/FoodAdditivesIngredients/UCM404-344.pdf.
Artificial Sweeteners are further classified into Alitame, Sucralose, Aspartame, Neotame, Cyclamate
, Acesulfame Potassium and Saccharin.
Objective: To observe the effects of sodium cyclamate
on islets of langerhans in rats pancreas.
In value terms of the overall intense sweetener market, the big movers from 2013 to 2017 are stevia, acesulfame-K and sucralose, while aspartame and cyclamate
are predicted to show the greatest decline.
The committee also decided to ban sodium cyclamate
, a sweetening pharmaceutical item, from all drug markets in the UAE due to its dangerous side effects on liver and cancer causing effects.
Artificial sweeteners Sucralose (Splenda[R], SucraPlus[TM]), acesulfame, saccharin, cyclamate
"A few additives once assumed to be safe, such as cyclamate
salts and sulfites, are now banned or no longer considered GRAS."
Identification of the cyclamate
interaction site within the transmembrane domain of the human sweet taste receptor subunit T1R3.
The disclosing tablets of bacterial plaque used were composed of alkaline fuchsin 2%, sodium saccharin, lactose, sodium cyclamate
and excipients, whose function is to stain the bacterial plaque on the teeth apparently clean, with a contrasting color (bright red), facilitating to localize the bacterial plaque on the teeth surface.
has a major metabolite, cyclohexylamine, which causes testicular atrophy and at high doses, it has unwanted cardiovascular effects (Bopp and Price, 2001).
There are two types of high-intensity sweeteners: artificial sweeteners--such as alitame, cyclamate
, aspartame, neotame, potassium acesulfame (Ace K) and saccharin--and natural high-intensity sweeteners extracted from various plant sources--such as stevia and luo han guo (monk fruit).