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The new version replaced the lactose with citric acid and mannitol, a sugar alcohol.
The new version contains mannitol and citric acid—both innocuous and widely used as excipients—instead of lactose.
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Origin and Etymology of mannitol
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
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