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Repository drugs. V. 4',4'''-[p-phenylenebis(methylidyneimino-p-phenylenesulfonyl)]bisacetanilide (PSBA) and related 4',4'''-[bis(imino-p-phenylenesulfonyl)]bisanilides, a novel class of long-acting antimalarial and antileprotic agents

Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

May 1, 1969

E F ElslagerD F Worth

PMID: 4977944

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Plasmodium
Drug Stability
Malaria
Sulfones
Antimalarials
Anthropoidea
Mycobacterium leprae (bacteria)
Leprosy
Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial

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Repository drugs. V. 4',4'''-[p-phenylenebis(methylidyneimino-p-phenylenesulfonyl)]bisacetanilide (PSBA) and related 4',4'''-[bis(imino-p-phenylenesulfonyl)]bisanilides, a novel class of long-acting antimalarial and antileprotic agents

Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

May 1, 1969

E F ElslagerD F Worth

PMID: 4977944

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Abstract

No abstract listed.

Mentioned in this Paper

Plasmodium
Drug Stability
Malaria
Sulfones
Antimalarials

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