behenyl alcohol

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behenyl alcohol

[bə′hen·əl ′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)20CH2OH A saturated fatty alcohol; colorless, waxy solid with a melting point of 71°C; soluble in ethanol and chloroform; used for synthetic fibers and lubricants. Also known as 1-docosanol.
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Caption: Abreva utilizes docosanol for deep penetration.
Docosanol (Abreva) is an over-the-counter cream for cold sores.
As topical medications, penciclovir (Denavir[R]) and docosanol (Abreva[R]) are prescribed for treatment and prevention of orofacial herpes simplex (Vallerand et al.
Other topical agents (penciclovir 1%; docosanol 10%) produced results similar to topical acyclovir.
Actualmente, este acido se obtiene mediante extraccion por solvente, desde la harina de la semilla de raps y de la piel del mani (Lee, 2008), donde un interesante potencial proceso productivo es la oxidacion catalitica del docosanol (DOH) ([C.
Prescription and over-the-counter topical antivirals, such as docosanol, acyclovir, and penciclovir, speed healing by about half a day.
Meanwhile, currently available prescription and over-the-counter topical antivirals, such as docosanol, acyclovir, and penciclovir, speed healing by only about half a day.
Docosanol (Abreva[R]), a behenyl alcohol, became the first over-the-counter (OTC) antiviral drug sold in the U.
The macromonomers used in this study were derived from dodecanol, octadecanol, and docosanol.
The product uses docosanol to deal with cold sores and fever blisters.
Die Bedeutung von Docosanol und Extractum Radicis Urticae zur konservativen Therapie der Prostatahyperplasie.
Topical penciclovir 1%, acyclovir 5%, or docosanol 10% also decrease the duration of pain and healing time (SOR: A, based on RCTs).