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MXMexico (Internet top level domain)
MXMatrix
MXMail Exchange (record)
MXMaintenance
MXMotocross
MXMexicana (airline code)
MXMixer
MXMerry Christmas
MXMaxwell
MXMiddlesex (English County)
MXManx (cat breed; Isle of Man)
MXMultiplex
MXMontreal Exchange (Canada)
MXMutually Exclusive (condition)
MXCompania Mexicana de Aviacion (IATA airline code)
MXMemory Expansion (AT&T)
MXMexico/Mexican
MXMechanized
MXMaximum Exposure (TV show)
MXMessage Exchange (Nortel)
MXMethylxanthine
MXMaintenance Code
MXMaster Agility Excellent (AKC title)
MXMixed Xylene
MXMissile Experimental
MXMode Exit
MXMedia Xpander (Alpine Car Audio)
MXMetal-Halogen
MXMoment of Execution
MXMilitary Experimental
MXMazda Experimental (Mazda)
MXMylo Xyloto (Coldplay album)
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Bronchodilators like methylxanthines and beta adrenergic agonists are the two drugs most prominently used in the treatment of asthma.
The effects of methylxanthines on the mobility of stored turkey sperm.
Methylxanthines and fibrocystic breast disease: a study of correlations.
PTX, TPY and TBR are methylxanthine phosphodiesterase inhibitors which reduce super oxide anions responsible for DNA apoptosis when used in a concentration of 3.
Caffeine elimination depends highly on cytochrome P450IA2 isoenzyme-mediated N-demethylation, which leads to a variety of urinary methylxanthine metabolites [154].
Methylxanthine (755 claims) -- The methylxanthine class of chemical compounds includes theobromine and caffeine, both of which are common ingredients in chocolate.
In animal tests, they discovered that a combination of two substances already in the human diet, methylxanthine (in tea), and phenylalanine, a carbonic anhydrase activator (in aspartame), increased the ability of research subjects to focus attention.