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Stilbamidine     4-[(E)-2-(4- carbamimidoylphenyl) ethenyl]be...

Synonyms: Stilbamidinum, CHEMBL142304, SureCN208655, CCG-36712, NSC-35605, ...
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Disease relevance of BA 2652


High impact information on BA 2652

  • Amphotericin B was the mainstay of drug therapy, but upon occasion stilbamidine, penicillin, sulfonamides, and other agents were useful in specific circumstances [2].
  • The cytotoxicity assays on the macrophage cell line J-774 showed high cytotoxicity for the salt [PtIVBr6]H2 (stilbamidine) with a percentage of specific 51Cr release of 58.2% at 24 h of incubation and 100 microg/ml [3].


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  3. In vitro and in vivo activity of two Pt(IV) salts against leishmania donovani. Mesa-Valle, C.M., Rodriguez-Cabezas, M.N., Moraleda-Lindez, V., Craciunescu, D., Sanchez-Moreno, M., Osuna, A. Pharmacology (1998) [Pubmed]
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