antipyrine

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antipyrine

[‚an·te′pī‚rēn]
(pharmacology)
C11H12ON2 A compound used as an antipyretic, analgesic, and antirheumatic.
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10] NSAIDS like phenazone (Antipyrine), Metamizole and barbiturates as revealed by some older studies as most frequent agents, not widely used now a days.
The hydrolysis product, phenol, was condensed with 4-amino phenazone and then oxidized with alkaline ferricyanide to give a complex which was measured colorimetrically at 510 nm.
Serum glucose was measured using Glucose oxidase-phenol amino phenazone (GOD-PAP) method and serum leptin by sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay method.
The effects of industrial lead poisoning on cytochrome P450 mediated phenazone (antipyrine) hydroxylation.