Pronunciation: di'hi-drok'se-a-lu'mi-num am'i-no-as'e-tat
Definition: Basic aluminum glycinate, a basic aluminum salt of aminoacetic acid containing small amounts of aluminum hydroxide and aminoacetic acid; used as an antacid.
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Examples: glitazone, GI cocktail, etc.