sulphonamide


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sulphonamide

(sʌlˈfɒnəˌmaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of a class of organic compounds that are amides of sulphonic acids containing the group –SO2NH2 or a group derived from this. An important class of sulphonamides are the sulfa drugs
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sulphonamide

[sʌlˈfɒnəmaɪd] Nsulfamida f
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sulphonamide

, (US) sulfonamide
nSulfonamid nt
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sulphonamide

[sʌlˈfɒnəˌmaɪd] nsulfamidico
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Prontosil, derived from a chemical dye, the first of the sulphonamide drugs, became available from 1935 and saved the lives of countless mothers who had contracted sepsis giving birth.
Firstly (and the most familiar renal side-effect associated with sulphonamide antibiotics) is acute interstitial nephritis.
This sensor was prepared by immobilizing the solution mixture of sulphonamide and N-(1-naphthyl)ethylenediamine dissolved in nafion to mylar type polyester film.
mirabilis such as increase the concentration of agar (2.5-3.0% w/v) or coalescent growth inhibitors like boric acid (1 in 100), sodium azide (1 in 5000), chloral hydrate (1 in 500) and sulphonamide. Use of these chemicals may prevent the growth of other pathogenic bacteria.
The 3'CS region usually consists of qacE[DELTA]1 (encoding resistance to quaternary ammonium compounds), Sul1 (encoding resistance to sulphonamide), and orf5 of unknown function (10).
Maheshwari, "Bilateral simultaneous acute angle closure caused by sulphonamide derivatives: a case series," Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
For decades, the sulphonamide class of antibiotics has been the mainstay of therapy in nocardiosis; however, resistance to this class of drugs, allergies, or intolerances have necessitated the use of alternative antibiotics [1-4,7,8].
Additionally, the presence of genes encoding tetracycline (tetA, tetB, tetM), erythromycin (ermB) and sulphonamide (sul1) resistance was assessed according to methods used by Peak et al., (6) Knapp et al., (7) Heuer et al., (8) and Borjesson et al.
A negative interference was observed with gadoxetate disodium in the iron assay using a 3-pyridine sulphonamide dye (Figure 1(b)).