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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Azole drugs, especially imidazoles have antimicrobial activity against M.
A peak at 62 m/z value was also furnished that corresponds to the imidazole ring while the presence of the fragments of substituted imidazoles were confirmed by peaks observed at 156 m/z and 182 m/z.
Organic inhibitors that have shown promise for protecting steel include benzoxazoles, benzothiozoles, imidazoles, imidazolines, tetraphosphonic acid (TPA), TPA-amine complexes, and TPA-carboxylates.
The isomerization of BH acetates or bromides with imidazole or triazoles provides facile access to functionalized allyl imidazoles or allyl triazoles [25-29].
krusei must be treated with local imidazoles such as clotrimazole or ciclopirox olamine, or boric acid, as it is resistant to fluconazole and itraconazole.
Owing to the wide range of pharmacological and biological activities, the synthesis of imidazoles has become an important target in current years.
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.
Synthesis of Imidazoles. Imidazoles are present in various pharmacologically active compounds which act as antituberculosis agent [93] and antibacterial agent [94].