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cy·cla·mate

 (sī′klə-māt′, sĭk′lə-)
n.
A salt of cyclamic acid formerly used as an artificial sweetener, especially:
a. Sodium cyclamate.
b. Calcium cyclamate.

cyclamate

(ˈsaɪkləˌmeɪt; ˈsɪkləˌmeɪt)
n
(Biochemistry) a salt or ester of cyclamic acid. Certain of the salts have a very sweet taste and were formerly used as food additives and sugar substitutes
[C20: cycl(ohexyl-sulph)amate]

cy•cla•mate

(ˈsaɪ kləˌmeɪt, ˈsɪk lə-)

n.
any of several compounds formerly used as a noncaloric sweetener in foods and beverages: banned as a carcinogen.
[1950–55; cycl(ohexylsulf)am(ic acid) + -ate2]
Translations

cyclamate

[ˈsɪkləmeɪt] Nciclamato m

cy·cla·mate

n. ciclamato, agente artificial dulcificante.

cyclamate

n ciclamato
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Mentes [2001] demonstrated the cariogenic effect of paediatric medicines, observing variations of pH in plaque produced after rinsing with two versions of the same medicine: one containing only sucrose and another containing saccharine, cyclamate and sorbitol, during a one hour period.
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