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triazole

 [tri´ah-zōl, tri-a´zōl]
1. an organic compound in which three atoms of the five that make up the ring are nitrogen atoms.
2. any of a class of antifungal agents that contain this compound.

triazole

(trī'a-zōl),
Member of a series of heterocyclic compounds containing three nitrogen atoms in the azole group; also used to describe of of a group of antifungal agents (e.g., itraconazole) in this chemical class.

triazole

/tri·a·zole/ (tri´ah-zōl) (tri-a´zōl)
1. a five-membered heterocyclic ring containing two carbon and three nitrogen atoms.
Triazole.
2. any of a class of antifungal compounds containing this structure.

triazole

[tri′ah-zōl, tri-a′zōl]
1 an organic compound in which three atoms of the five that make up the ring are nitrogen atoms.
2 any of a class of antifungal agents that contain this compound.