succinimides


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succinimides

Drugs used to treat epilepsy, especially absence seizures. An example is ethosuximide (Zarontin).
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Trujillo-Ferrara, "The electronic influence on the active site-directed inhibition of acetyl-cholinesterase by N-aryl-substituted succinimides, " Journal of the Mexican Chemical Society, vol.
AEDs that appear to have the lowest risk for major birth defects are the benzodiazepines, the succinimides, and the second-generation agents.
Succinimides are also used as intake valve deposits control additives [4, 16, 17].
The succinimides consist of ethosuximide, methsuximide and phensuximide.
Detergents, i.e., succinimides (dominant), as well as calcium and magnesium sulfonates are also added.
Distinct parts of the deposit spectrum are in accordance with reference spectra of a high molecular PIBSI sample (PIBSI: polyisobutylene succinimides).