cinchophen


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cin·cho·phen

(sin'kō-fen),
An analgesic, antipyretic, and uricosuric agent that may produce liver damage and gastric lesions; used in experimental animals to produce gastric ulcer.
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A novel series of Mannich bases 5(a-e) (Figure 5) of quinoline derivative (cinchophen) was carried out and screened for the antimicrobial activity against various bacterial and fungal strains.
Swindon trainer Michael Brown was fined pounds 450 after his Magical Myth produced a sample containing the drug cinchophen when finishing last there on June 30.