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Synonyms for imidazole

an organic base C3H4N2

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Others (Including triazols, benzimidazoles, phenylamides, etc.
This structure will guide approaches to rationally design better drug candidates and improve the known benzimidazole inhibitors," said Hermann.
The role of the cytoskeletal protein, tubulin, in the mode of action and mechanism of drug resistance to benzimidazoles.
Some examples of classes of organic compounds used in OSPs are benzotriazoles, benzimidazoles, alkyl benzimidazoles and aryl-phenylbenzimidazoles.
Resistance to benzimidazoles usually requires only a single mutation in a single gene.
The benzimidazoles are rapidly metabolized in birds by the liver and cytochrome P-450 system.
Experience and data have shown that in the last 10 years the generation of substituted benzimidazoles are fully compatible with no-clean assembly of mixed technology boards, and can withstand more than three heat cycles required for this type of assembly.
Benzimidazoles (thiabendazole, mebendazole, and albendazole) were the next generation of anthelmintic agents.
Activity of the anthelmintic benzimidazoles against Giardia lamblia in vitro.
Benzimidazoles are a group of organic fungicides with systemic action that are extensively used in agriculture.
various alkyl-ammonium compounds, anilides, benzimidazoles, benzothiazoles, carbamates, guanidine derivatives, imidizoles, isothiazolones, pyrethroides, substituted benzenes and lignins, sulfonamides, thiurams, triazoles, and 2,4-dinitrophenols.
Ranchers rely on the drugs, known as benzimidazoles, to protect their cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens, and goats from parasitic worms.
NEXIUM([R]) (esomeprazole magnesium) is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to any component of the formulation or to substituted benzimidazoles
The major types of fungicides used include triazoles, strobilurines, dithiocarbamates, inorganics, other azoles, phthalimides, and benzimidazoles.