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Pyrimidines, Bases (chemistry)

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PYRIMIDINE (289-95-2, 25247-63-6)  
Pyrimidine is an aromatic heterocyclic organic compound similar to pyridine. One of the three diazines (six-membered heterocyclics with two nitrogen atoms in the ring), it has the nitrogen atoms at positions 1 and 3 in the ring. The other diazines are pyrazine (nitrogen atoms at the 1 and 4 positions) and pyridazine (nitrogen atoms at the 1 and 2 positions).
thonzylamine (91-85-0)  
Anahist  ·  Neohetramine  ·  thonzylamine hydrochloride
Thonzylamine (or neohetramine) is an antihistamine and anticholinergic used as an antipruritic.
benfotiamine (22457-89-2)  
Neurostop  ·  BTMP-benfo  ·  S-benzoylthiamine monophosphate
Benfotiamine (rINN, or S-benzoylthiamine O-monophosphate) is a synthetic S-acyl derivative of thiamine (vitamin B1). It is marketed as a dietary supplement in most of the developed world, and as a pharmaceutical drug in some countries for treating diabetic neuropathy under the trade name Milgamma and others. Combination drugs with pyridoxine or cyanocobalamin are also marketed in a few countries.
FURSULTIAMINE (804-30-8)  
Thiamine Tetrahydrofurfuryl Disulfide  ·  Fursultiamin Monohydrochloride  ·  Fursultiamin
Fursultiamine (INN; Adventan, Alinamin-F, Benlipoid, Bevitol Lipophil, Judolor, Lipothiamine), chemically thiamine tetrahydrofurfuryl disulfide (TTFD), is a disulfide derivative of thiamine, or an allithiamine. It was synthesized in Japan in the 1960s for the purpose of developing forms of thiamine with improved lipophilicity for treating vitamin B1 deficiency (i.e., beriberi), and was subsequently commercialized not only in Japan but also in Spain, Austria, Germany, and the United States. As a vitamin, it is available over-the-counter as well.
prosultiamine (59-58-5)  
thiamine propyl disulfide  ·  thiaminepropyldisulfide  ·  Alinamin
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