quinacrine


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Synonyms for quinacrine

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

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The interaction of quinacrine with adenine nucleotides.
Malaria disappeared after 3-5 years without additional measures beyond occasional quinacrine use in areas where An.
Reactive oxygen species generation by human spermatozoa is induced by exogenous NADPH and inhibited by the flavoprotein inhibitors diphenylene iodonium and quinacrine.
While changing medical theories and rural conditions that differed from well-controlled plantation spaces encouraged researchers to shift their focus away from bodies to mosquito ecology, in practice quinine and newly developed synthetic substitutes such as quinacrine remained the technique of choice.
Standard of care currently includes sun avoidance, topical as wells as intralesional steroids, antimalarials, including combining hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with quinacrine, monitoring with cutaneous lupus disease area and severity index (CLASI) to allow for standardized assessment of skins disease activity and damage, low dose oral steroids, as well as MTX, AZA, MMF and belimumab.
Curaxins include CBL0137, which is a carbazole and CBL0102, which is a quinacrine.
According to the companies, Curaxins include CBL0137, which is a carbazole, and CBL0102, which is a quinacrine.
14] verified the effect of various anti-inflammatory agents as retinoic acid, quinacrine and dipyridamole in reducing adhesions in animals.
When quinacrine was added to the treatment regimen of the nonresponders, two-thirds experienced a lessening of their disease.
Inhibition of clonal growth of Giardia lamblia and Entamoeba histolytica by metronidazole, quinacrine and other antimicrobial agents.
Rowley JD: Identification of a translocation with quinacrine fluorescence in a patient with acute leukemia.
Reactive oxygen species generated by human spermatozoa is induced by exogenous NADPH and inhibited by the flavoprotein inhibitors diphenylene iodonium and quinacrine.
Often a combination of antimalarials (for example, hydroxychloroquine 200 mg and quinacrine 100 mg daily) is used when monotherapy is ineffective.
Quinacrine sterilization for human immunodeficiency virus-positive women, Fertility and Sterility, 2009, 92(1):108-115.