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AC1L9Q5A     acridine-3,6-diamine; 10-methylacridine-3...

Synonyms: NCI60_032076
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Disease relevance of Euflavine

  • In a randomized, double-blind investigation 36 men undergoing sterilization had irrigation of the vas deferens with either sterile water or the spermicide, euflavine, to reduce the lag to sterility [1].
  • However, one trial reported fewer median number of ejaculations to azoospermia with euflavine rather than water irrigation [2].

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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Euflavine

  • Irrigation during vasectomy: a comparison between sterile water and the spermicide euflavine [1].
  • The treatment resulted in a reduced stainability of the brain with the Timm histochemical procedure for "heavy metals". In contrast, analysis by flameless atomic absorption spectrophotometry showed no significant changes in the concentrations of zinc and of copper after euflavine treatment [5].


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