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Bitrex (TN)     benzyl-[(2,6-dimethylphenyl) carbamoylmethy...

Synonyms: AG-K-46447, CTK3E9618, AC1L52RG, D02294, 86398-53-0, ...
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  • Many health care providers have chosen qualitative respirator fit testing using saccharin and/or Bitrex for a variety of reasons, including (but not limited to) low initial equipment cost [11].

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