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Synonyms for mepacrine

a drug (trade name Atabrine) used to treat certain worm infestations and once used to treat malaria

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She started mepacrine at 100 mg twice a day, no loading dose.
Decreased ATP release is observed by lumi-aggregometry, and decreased mepacrine dense granule uptake is observed by flow cytometry.
Ca2+-antagonistic properties of phospholipase A2 inhibitors, mepacrine and chloroquine.
Concurrent administration of Q with other drugs (such as didanosine, hydroxyurea, mepacrine among others), has been shown to either potentiate or attenuate the effects of the drugs [8, 9, 10].
The principal anti-malarial medication for World War II was Mepacrine (known among American forces as Atabrine).
(53) Flow cytometric methods have also been used to measure dense granules (mepacrine uptake or release), aggregation, microparticle formation, and platelet procoagulant activity.
The three laboratory technicians were mixing a "hazardous" substance called mepacrine hydrochloride says the Health and Safety Executive, which is bringing the prosecution.
Hydroxychloroquine and mepacrine are most commonly used.
Treatment relies on drugs such as chloroquine, mepacrine and proguanil.
When I was in India I was given Mepacrine, which had no ill effects..