Sulfanilamide

The term `sulfanilamides` is also used to describe a family of molecules containing these functional groups. Examples include: ==Mechanism of action== As a sulfonamide antibiotic, sulfanilamide functions by competitively inhibiting (i.e., by acting as a substrate analogue) enzymatic reactions involving para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA). PABA is need.....
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sulfanilamide

(from the article `pharmaceutical industry`) ...azo dyes, which contained sulfonamide groups, were effective in treating streptococcal infections in mice. One of the dyes, known as Prontosil, ... Many antimetabolites are used for therapeutic purposes. Sulfanilamides are antimetabolites that disrupt bacterial, but not human, metabolism a...
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sulfanilamide

(sul″fә-nil┬┤ә-mīd) a potent antibacterial compound. Although replaced as a systemic agent by more effective and less toxic derivatives, and by antibiotics; it is still used vaginally in the treatment of vulvovaginal candidiasis.
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sulfanilamide

noun a white odorless crystalline sulfa drug; the parent compound of most of the sulfa drugs
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sulfanilamide

P-Aminobenzenesulfonamide;the first sulfonamide used for its chemotherapeutic effect in infections caused by some beta-haemolytic streptococci, meningococci, gonococci, Clostridium welchii, and in certain infections of the urinary tract, especially those due to Escherichia coli and Proteus vulgaris; less effective than sulfapyridine in the treatmen...
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sulfanilamide

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭl′fă-nil′ă-mīd Definitions: 1. The first sulfonamide used for its chemotherapeutic effect in infections.
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sulfanilamide

[n] - a white odorless crystalline sulfa drug
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