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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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Sodium Cyclamate, coded as E952 and commonly known as artificial sweetener, was banned by the FDA because of it cancer-causing actions.
2002), using the comet assay, observed that sodium saccharin and sodium cyclamate were genotoxic and mutagenic to rodent colonic cells.
The main artificial sweeteners are; Aspartame, Acesulfame K, Saccharin, Sucralose, and Cyclamate (72).
Safety concerns arose over its sweetener saccharin, and cyclamate was removed from the market.
In each no added sugars formulations was used specific type of sweeteners: aspartame (F2); sodium saccharine and sodium cyclamate (F3); potassium acesulfame and sucralose (F4).
Artificial Sweeteners are further classified into Alitame, Sucralose, Aspartame, Neotame, Cyclamate, Acesulfame Potassium and Saccharin.
USPRwire, Tue Nov 24 2015] Sugar Substitutes Market by Type (HIS, LIS, HFS), Composition (Stevia, Aspartame, Cyclamate, Sucralose, Saccharin, AceK, D-Tagarose, Sorbitol, Maltitol, Xylitol, Mannitol), Application (Beverages, Food, Health & Personal Care), & by Region - Forecast to 2020
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.
Chemicals, such as calcium carbide, formalin, sodium cyclamate, DDT, and urea, were widely used.
Artificial sweeteners Sucralose (Splenda[R], SucraPlus[TM]), acesulfame, saccharin, cyclamate, etc.