hydantoins


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hydantoins

Drugs used to treat epilepsy and spasticty of voluntary muscle. Examples are phenytoin (Epanutin), dantrolene (Dantrium) and fosphenytoin (Pro-epanutin).
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A lack of hydantoin ring formation upon further heating the NCO/ASPE reaction product proved that the OH group was more reactive.
Anticonvulsants, particularly the hydantoins and barbiturates, are related to hemorrhagic disease of the newborn, so adequate doses of vitamin K should be administered to newborns exposed to AEDs in utero.
Moreover, anticonvulsants, particularly the hydantoins and barbiturates, are related to hemorrhagic disease of the newborn, so adequate doses of vitamin K should be administered to newborns exposed to AEDs in utero.
Hydantoins and sulfonamides have been incriminated in hepatic damage either via idiosyncrasy or intrinsic toxicity.
There are five classes of agents typically used to control seizures: hydantoins, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, succinamides and diones.
Such chemical compounds include reactive gases like ozone, liquids such as acids, bases, isocyanates and peracids, and solids like peroxides, hydantoins, triazine triones and other oxidizers such as potassium permanganate.
Elemental analyses of the hydantoins for C, H, and N in agreement with theoretical values were obtained and submitted for review (Table 2).
Arnold, a chemistry professor at Caltech, Degussa designed and developed a highly versatile platform technology based on tailor-made whole cell biocatalyst that convert 5-monosubstituted hydantoins into either an L- or D-amino acids in one pot with up to 100 percent chemical and optical yield.