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azole

[′ā‚zōl]
(organic chemistry)
One of a class of organic compounds with a five-membered N-heterocycle containing two double bonds; an example is 1,2,4-triazole.
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Farm levy body AHDB said recent analysis had found no economic benefit from increasing azole or SDHI dose, above current farm practice.
As with antibiotics in farm animals, azoles are used widely on crops.
Patient-derived azole resistance mutations have been reported in CF patient (7) and environmental (8) isolates.
Additionally, there were no statistically significant differences between study years or FW and NFW households in the levels of azole fungicides detected in household dust; thus, the azoles will not be discussed in further detail (Tables 2 and 3).
Prospective multicenter international surveillance of azole resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus.
Azoles are heterocyclic compounds that are structurally related to the 5-membered ring compound pyrrole.
Por eso, la progresiva resistencia frente a las equinocandinas, asociada al incremento en su uso, la elevada incidencia de infecciones por Candida y la corresistencia a azoles y equinocandinas (25), ha generado la necesidad de estudiar los mecanismos de resistencia y buscar alternativas farmacologicas.
Azoles. This class can be subdivided into the older generation imidazoles and the newer generation triazoles, based on the number of nitrogen atoms in the azole ring.
MIC plates were read following a 24-h incubation at 35[degrees]C (or 48 h for some slower growing mutants) and MIC values are reported as the lowest concentrations resulting in prominent growth inhibition (~ 50%), as specified by CLSI for echinocandins and azoles or at complete inhibition for AMB [23].
Ketoconazole and posaconazole are both members of the azole antifungal family.