Medical Definition of Arginine glutamate

1. A compound composed of arginine and glutamic acid, given intravenously to detoxify ammonia; used in the treatment of ammoniaemia resulting from liver dysfunction. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arginine Glutamate

argilloferruginous
argillous
argils
arginase
arginase deficiency
arginases
argininal
arginine-tRNA ligase
arginine 2-monooxygenase
arginine amidase
arginine deiminase
arginine dihydrolase
arginine endopeptidase
arginine esterase
arginine glutamate (current term)
arginine hydrochloride
arginine iminohydrolase
arginine kinase
arginine oxidase
arginine phosphate
arginine succinyltransferase
arginine vasopressin
arginine vasotocin
arginines
argininosuccinase
argininosuccinate lyase
argininosuccinate synthase
argininosuccinic acid
argininosuccinic aciduria

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