imidazoles


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imidazoles

A group of antifungal drugs, used mainly to treat infections of the skin and mucous membranes.
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Curing agents most commonly employed are those that are water soluble or dispersible and are stable in an aqueous medium; for example, dicyandiamide, substituted imidazoles, aliphatic amines, polyamides and their adducts, melamine formaldehyde, urea formaldehyde and water based poly-isocyanate resins.
Green, one-pot, solvent-free synthesis of 1,2,4,5-Tetrasubstituted imidazoles using a bronsted acidic ionic liquid as novel and reusable catalyst, Synthetic Communications, 40: 2588-2591.
Altogether, these data highlight 1) the need for both systematic parasitologic examinations of stools in patients with invasive infections who are traveling from countries with high Blastocystis prevalence and 2) the need for routine provision of imidazoles for empiric treatment of peritonitis.
In some studies, catalytic crosslinking of epoxy resins has been done using trialkyloxonium tetrafluoroborates (20), iodonium salts (21), and imidazoles catalysts (22-25).
A number of synthetic compounds including imidazoles, hydroxamic acids, and phosphazenes are effective urease inhibitors, but limited studies have been conducted on natural products (Ahmad et al.
Our data suggest that the bactericidal action of imidazoles such as isoconazole nitrate on gram-positive bacteria is based on the accumulation of reactive oxygen species, said Dr.
In view of such reports the present study was design to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of some 2-substituted-4, 5-diphenyl imidazoles.
He discussed the suitability of such hardeners as DICY, modified DICY with aromatics, aromatic amines (DDS), imidazoles, carboxyl functional polyesters, phenolic curing agents, Novalac hardeners, and anhydride hardeners.
2] receptor agonist imidazoles, such as oxymetazoline and xylometazoline.
However, Beauchemin, along with graduate student Joseph Moran and undergraduate student Tanya Suen, have shown that efficient 1,4-additions of imidazoles, pyrazoles, and triazoles can be accomplished under optimized conditions (Equation 1).
Relevant past medical history included numerous episodes of oral, esophageal, and vaginal candidiasis previously controlled with intermittent courses of amphotericin B and imidazoles.