Diamidine | Article about diamidine by The Free Dictionary
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A molecule that has two amidine (‒C=NHNH2) groups.
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It is an aromatic diamidine
derivative with acidic properties .
Volz, "Trypanocide diamidine
des 2-phenyl-benzofurans, 2-phenyl-indens und 2-phe\nyl-indols," Justus Liebigs Annalen der Chemie, vol.
, Pentamidine, Amphotericin-B, and Glucantim are used as second choices for leishmaniasis treatment.
These products (eg, diamidine
anti-infectives and P medicine chloramphenicol) are marketed with guidelines for their use, and for chloramphenicol these differ slightly from those for the PoM products.