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triazole

[′trī·ə‚zōl]
(organic chemistry)
A five-membered chemical ring compound with three nitrogens in the ring; for example, C2H3N3; proposed for use as a photoconductor and for copying systems.
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sup][1],[2] Triazole antifungals, such as itraconazole, posaconazole, and voriconazole, are first-line drugs in prophylaxis and treatment of IA.
The triazole (T81 and T83) showed greatest activities.
Literature review that included PubMed and Google Scholar showed that few Chinese studies were carried out on global research on mycology in general, but none was published about the emerging phenomenon of triazole resistance.
In vivo pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of a new triazole, voriconazole, in a murine candidiasis model.
It should also be noted that the coadministration of the triazole antifungal ketoconazole with A9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)/cannabidiol (CBD) oromucosal spray (Sativex[R], nabiximols) has been observed to increase cannabinoid concentration in the blood [16].
For patients with CPA with progressive disease, those whom therapy has failed, or those who are intolerant of or have disease resistant to triazoles, intravenous therapy with micafungin, 150 mg day (Grade B); amphotericin B deoxycholate, 0.
US Patent 8,921,295 B2; American Sterilizer Company, Mentor, OH, has patented a concentrated neutral detergent composition that is comprised of one or more nonionic surfactants, comprising a primary or a secondary alcohol ethoxylate, an alcohol alkoxylate other than said ethoxylate, an aromatic ethoxylate, a modified ethoxylate, or a block polymer of propylene oxide and ethylene oxide, or any combination thereof; one or more hydrotropes comprising an amine oxide, or a glucoside, or both; one or more chelants; a buffer comprising one or more alcohol amines, or one or more organic acids, or any combination thereof; one or more corrosion inhibitors comprising an amine, amidazole, diazole, triazole, carboxylic acid, or any combination thereof; and water.
It is a triazole derivative, which is structurally unrelated to currently marketed antiepileptic drugs.
High growth segments such as Triazole and Strobilurin are expected to contribute substantially to the growth of the overall global fungicide market.
A robust combination of SDHI, strobilurin and triazole, plus the main PGR, was applied at T1 in late April, a final PGR with foliar potassium going on in early May and an SDHI, triazole and folpet T2 mix in mid-May with extra foliar magnesium.
Many triazole-resistant isolates from aspergillosis patients who showed treatment failure with triazole therapy have mutations within the CYP51A protein (31-35), but this is not the only mechanism of resistance.