thiobarbiturate


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thiobarbiturate

 [thi″o-bahr-bich´er-it]
any of a group of compounds chemically related to barbiturates and with barbituratelike effects.

thiobarbiturate

a salt or derivative of thiobarbituric acid. Some are used as general anesthetics, some of them unstable in solution. Thiobarbital is used as a thyroid inhibitor.
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