PMID: 641827May 1, 1978

Pyrrole, furan, and thiophene oxamates as potential antiallergy agents

Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
F H BriggsC D Blanton

Abstract

Nine heterocyclic oxamic acid derivatives were synthesized and tested in the rat passive cutaneous anaphylactic assay as potential antiallergy agents. Some compounds also were tested for their effects on cholesterol-lipoprotein levels and for diuretic, antidiabetic, and antifertility activities in rats.

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Tetrahydrofurans
Oxamic Acid
Passive Cutaneous Anaphylaxis
Pyrroles
Thiophenes

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