methisazone

methisazone

a thiosemicarbazone derivative that inhibits RNA and protein synthesis. Used as an oral antiviral agent.
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Systemic treatments include griseofulvin, methisazone (1-methylisatin 2-thiosemicarbazone), and cimetidine.
A third drug, methisazone, was tested long ago against smallpox; no new data are available.
A third drug, methisazone, was once tested against smallpox; no new data are available.
A third drug, methisazone, was tested a long time ago against smallpox; no new data are available.