Cystadane OverviewTrimethylglycine (TMG) is an amino acid derivative that occurs in plants. Trimethylglycine was the first betaine discovered; originally it was simply called betaine because, in the 19th century, it was discovered in sugar beets. Since then, many other betaines have been discovered, and the more specific name glycine betaine distinguishes this one. Contents 1 Structure and reactions 2 Production and biochemical processes 2.1 Biosynthesis 2.2 Biological function 3 TMG ...
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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:
- For Solution: 1gm/scoopful
- Powder for Reconstitution: 1g/scoop
NDC Database Records for Cystadane: (4 results)Sorted by National Drug Code
- 52276-400 Cystadane 1 g/g Oral Powder, for Solution by Orphan Europe Sarl
- 52276-401 Cystadane 1 g/g Oral Powder, for Solution by Orphan Europe Sarl
- 64811-400 Cystadane 1 g/g Oral Powder, for Solution by Ropack Inc.
- 66621-4000 Cystadane 6 g/1 Oral Powder, for Solution by Rare Disease Therapeutics, Inc.