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 (sŭl-fŏn′ə-mīd′, -mĭd)
1. Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2 and including the sulfa drugs.


(Elements & Compounds) the US preferred spelling of sulphonamide

sul′fa drug`

any of a group of drugs closely related in chemical structure to sulfanilamide, having a bacteriostatic effect: used in the treatment of various wounds, burns, and infections.
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Noun1.sulfonamide - antibacterial consisting of any of several synthetic organic compounds capable of inhibiting the growth of bacteria that require PABA
antibacterial, antibacterial drug, bactericide - any drug that destroys bacteria or inhibits their growth
Sulamyd, sulfacetamide - a topical sulfonamide (trade name Sulamyd) used to treat eye infections
sulfadiazine - a sulfa drug used in treating meningitis and pneumonia and other infections
sulfamethazine, sulfamezathine - a sulfa drug used like sulfadiazine and also in veterinary medicine
Gantanol, sulfamethoxazole - a sulfonamide (trade name Gantanol) used to treat infections (especially infections of the urinary tract)
sulfanilamide - a white odorless crystalline sulfa drug; the parent compound of most of the sulfa drugs
sulfapyridine - sulfa drug derived from pyridine and sulfanilamide
Gantrisin, sulfisoxazole - a sulfonamide (trade name Gantrisin) used to treat infections of the urinary tract
Thiosulfil - trade name for a sulfonamide antibacterial


n sulfonamida
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Daraprim (pyrimethamine) for the treatment of Toxoplasmosis in combination with sulfonamide and Vecamyl (mecamylamine HCl tablets) for hypertension are Turing's first commercial products.
Allergies to sulfonamide antibiotics occur in about 3% of patients who are prescribed the drugs.
coli in Sweden showed an increasing resistance trend for ampicillin, sulfonamide, trimethoprim, and gentamicin (13).
Specialty plasticizers for polyamides are based on n-alkyl benzene sulfonamides and toluene sulfonamides (N-butylbenzene sulfonamide).
Also apparent is the decline in use of tetracyclines and sulfonamide and trimethoprim combinations.
Tetracycline and sulfonamide are commonly used antibiotics in people and animals.
The study authors found tetracycline and sulfonamide ARGs in several types of waters in northern Colorado, including treated drinking water and recycled wastewater, both of which could be potential pathways for human exposure.
PPG Industries has been granted a crosslinking agent comprised of an ungelled reaction product of the following reactants: an aminoplast resin and a monofunctional sulfonamide having only one active hydrogen.
Remarkably, oxidation to the sulfonamide derivative 5 proved to activate the substrate toward the Stille reaction.
Zonisamide, a sulfonamide drug, was approved in 2000 for use as add-on therapy for the treatment of partial seizures in adults with epilepsy.
Nelson Assigned: Dyneon LLC Keywords: Recycle component of a fluorinated elastomer, a fluoroaliphatic sulfonamide, free radical scavenger, a crosslinking agent
Rhone-Poulenc Agrochimie (Ongar, United Kingdom) has patented plant cells transformed by: (i) transforming a plant cell whose growth is sensitive to inhibition by a sulfonamide or a salt thereof with a chimaeric gene comprising (a) a plant promoter, (b) a sulfonamide resistance gene having a sequence encoding a transit peptide fused to the 5'-end of the resistance gene and (c) a plant polyadenylation/terminator sequence; (ii) selecting a transformed plant cell whose growth is resistant to inhibition by a sulfonamide or salt thereof; (iii) optionally, regenerating from the transformed plant cell a genetically transformed plant which exhibit the said resistance; (iv) optionally, obtaining seed from the regenerated plant; and (v) optionally, propagating plants from the seed.