PMID: 1712394Jul 1, 1991Paper

Novel thiophene-, pyrrole-, furan-, and benzenecarboxamidotetrazoles as potential antiallergy agents

Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
M D MullicanM C Conroy

Abstract

The synthesis and antiallergic activity of a series of novel thiophene-, pyrrole-, furan-, and benzenecarboxamidotetrazoles are described. A number of compounds inhibit the release of histamine from anti-IgE-stimulated human basophils. Optimal inhibition is exhibited in compounds with a 3-alkoxy, a 4-halo, and a 5-methyl, 5-methoxy, or 5-bromo on a thiophene-2-carboxamidotetrazole.

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Basophils
Benzene Derivatives
Antihistamines, Classical
Histamine Release
Pyrroles
Structure-Activity Relationship
Tetrazoles
Thiophenes

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