sulfonamide


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sulfonamide

[‚səl′fän·ə‚mīd]
(organic chemistry)
One of a group of organosulfur compounds, RSO2NH2, prepared by the reaction of sulfonyl chloride and ammonia; used for sulfa drugs.
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dagger]) For pregnant women in their first trimester, a 2011 Committee Opinion from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommended that sulfonamides and nitrofurantoin may be prescribed only if other antimicrobial therapies are deemed clinically inappropriate (4).
This study searched to verify the possible presence of antibiotic residues in pasteurized and unpasteurized milk, produced and marketed in the microregion of Capanema, State of Parana, Brazil, through qualitative screening methods for detection of four different groups of drugs, [beta]-lactams, tetracyclines, quinolones and sulfonamides, to map the status of the chemical milk quality in respect of contamination by antibiotic residues.
Pilar Tornero and colleagues used patch testing and control oral challenge in patients with previous fixed drug eruptions to trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole or an unknown sulfonamide (Contact Dermatitis 2004;51:57-62).
Sulfonamide cross-reactivity: is there evidence to support broad cross-allergenicity?
All the IR spectral characteristics of different sulfonamide samples are in good agreement with proposed structure and are shown in experimental section.
Pruden-Bagchi has done previous studies on the occurrence of tetracycline and sulfonamide antibiotic resistance genes in sampling sites along the Poudre River.
The study authors found tetracycline and sulfonamide ARGs in several types of waters in northern Colorado, including treated drinking water and recycled wastewater, both of which could be potential pathways for human exposure.
PPG Industries has been granted a crosslinking agent comprised of an ungelled reaction product of the following reactants: an aminoplast resin and a monofunctional sulfonamide having only one active hydrogen.
Remarkably, oxidation to the sulfonamide derivative 5 proved to activate the substrate toward the Stille reaction.