glucamine

glucamine

[′glü·kə‚mēn]
(biochemistry)
C6H15O4N An amine formed by reduction of glucosylamine or of glucose oxime.
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He was treated with N-methyl glucamine for 20 days but showed no improvement.
He was treated with N-methyl glucamine for 20 days, and showed complete healing of the lesion.
A direct smear was positive for Leishmania spp., and he was given N-methyl glucamine for 20 days.
The bath solution for the measurements of [Ca.sup.2+]-activated [Cl.sup.-] currents ([I.sub.Cl-Ca]) contained 100 mmol/L NMG (N-methyl-D- glucamine), 20 mmol/L NaCl, 20 mmol/L TEA-Cl, 2 mmol/L Ca[Cl.sub.2], 1 mmol/L Mg[Cl.sub.2],
The amphotericin and N-methyl glucamine antimoniate (Glucantime[R]) [3] are drugs currently used in the treatment of leishmaniasis.
Mucosal leishmaniasis ("espundia") responsive to low dose of N-methyl glucamine (Glucantime) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Outward Cl- currents were recorded by substituting N-methyl glucamine chloride (NMG-Cl) (300 mM) and CsCl (100 mM) for internal KCl.