Azulene analogs of pharmacological agents III: acute toxicity and local anesthetic activity of azulylamides and azulenecarboxamides.
- Published Article
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1975
This paper describes the acute toxicity of two azulylamides and six azulenecarboxamides and the nerve conduction-inhibiting properties of some of these compounds. The azulene derivatives are compared to their benzenoid prototypes, lidocaine and procainamide, as part of a continuing investigation of the biological properties of nonbenzenoid aromatic compounds.
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