isofluorphate

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i·so·fluor·phate

(ī'sō-flōr'fāt),
A toxic cholinergic agent that acts by irreversible inhibition of cholinesterase; an ophthalmic cholinergic agent used in the treatment of glaucoma; also used in biochemical research as an enzyme inhibitor.
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Pharmacokinetics of pralidoxime chloride and its correlation to therapeutic efficacy against diisopropyl fluorophosphate intoxication in rats.
High-molecular weight two-chain uPA (Serono), purified from human urine, was inactivated by treatment with diisopropyl fluorophosphate (26), and recombinant soluble uPAR (i.
Tritiated diisopropyl fluorophosphate was used to label protein targets not adducted by the test OP.