Vanco et al., "Acetylcholinesterase-inhibiting activity of salicylanilide
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The fungitoxicity of 4- and 5- alkyl salicylanilide
Recently, salicylanilide diethyl phosphates (diethyl [(2-phenylcarbamoyl)phenyl] phosphates 1; Figure 1) have been synthesized as potential antimycobacterial agents with activity in the micromolar range (minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) from 1 [micro]M).
Based on the fact that salicylanilides and their esters with various acids have been reported as isocitrate lyase inhibitors [3, 5], we evaluated salicylanilide diethyl phosphates 1 against this enzyme (Table 1).
Several investigators have synthesized AChE inhibitors like alkylpyridium polymers , dehydroevodiamine (DHED) , N-arylsubstituted succinimides , lycorine derivatives , salicylanilide N-alkylcarbamates , and 7-methoxytacrineadamantylamine heterodimers .
On sum up, ligand K bonds only to the PAS site like the known allosteric inhibitors decidium (DI), propidium (PI), ethidium, and gallamine (GAL) [36-38, 48] salicylanilide N-Alkylcarbamates .
Toxicity of three candidate nonoxidizing molluscicides: TFM, Bayer 73 and salicylanilide
I to zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) and quagga mussels (D.
Photo allergens After radiation Tetrachloro salicylanilide + Chlorhexidine + Triclosan + Methylcoumarin + Musk ambrette + Thiourea + Isoamyl p-methoxycinnamate + Ethylhexyl p-methoxycinnamate + Benzophenone 4 + Oxybenzone + 4-tert-butyl-4'-methoxy-dibenzoylmethane + Benzydamine + Sulfanilamide + Chlorpromazine + Promethazine + Hydrochlorothiazide + Carbamazepine + Piroxicam + Lichen acid mix + P-aminobenzoic acid + + = positive irradiated photo-epicutaneous test Discussion
This phenomenon seems to play a role in photosensitivity maintenance, particularly in cases involving certain classical allergens that have a high phototoallergic poten-tial, such as tetrachloro salicylanilide, musk ambrette, sulfanila-mide, lichen acid mix, and P-aminobenzoic acid (5), (9).
The ineffectiveness of Rafoxanide (3,5-diiodo 3' chlor 4'-(PChlorophenoxi) salicylanilide
) against Platynosomum fastosum, The liver fluke of domestic cats.
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