aminopyrine


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a·mi·no·py·rine

 (ə-mē′nō-pī′rēn′, ăm′ə-)
n.
A colorless crystalline compound, C13H17N3O, formerly used to reduce fever and relieve pain, now known to cause agranulocytosis.

[amino- + (anti)pyrine.]

aminopyrine

(əˌmaɪnəʊˈpaɪriːn; -ˌmiː-)
n
(Pharmacology) another name for aminophenazone
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Noun1.aminopyrine - a white crystalline substance used as an analgesic and antipyretic
analgesic, anodyne, pain pill, painkiller - a medicine used to relieve pain
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Agranulocytosis caused by Chinese herbal medicines: dangers of medications containing aminopyrine and phenylbutazone.
After PB treatment, the activities of cytochrome p-450 (CP), aniline hydroxylase (AH), acetanilide hydroxylase (AAH), benzphatamine demethylase (BD), aminopyrine demethylase (APD) and N.
Dose-dependent bone marrow supression is observed most commonly with chemotherapy drugs, phenothiazines, semi-synthetic penicillins, non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs, aminopyrine derivatives, barbiturates, gold compounds, sulfonamides and antithyroid drugs.
A number of pyrazolone derived compounds like antipyrine, dipyrone and aminopyrine are the known drugs used to have analgesic and antipyretic activities and the pharmacological molecular mechanism of these drugs have been widely invaestigated [5,6].
GIV-A depressed aniline hydroxylase and aminopyrine demethylase activities of the hepatic microsomal drug-metabolizing system in tumor-bearing mice.
Low selenium status in alcoholic cirrhosis is correlated with aminopyrine breath test.
Excretory/Secretory products of Haemonchus contortus inhibit aminopyrine accumulation by rabbit gastric glands in vitro.