meth·yl·iso·thi·a·zo·li·none (meth″əl-i″so-thi-ə-zoґlĭ-nōn) a preservative used in conjunction with methylchloroisothiazolinone as a broad-spectrum antifungal and antibiotic agent in cosmetics, in swimming pool biocides, and in various industrial preparations. It is a common cause of contact allergy and can cause chemical burn at high concentrations.

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