Clefamide

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Clefamide
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Trade namesMebinol
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ECHA InfoCard100.020.631 Edit this at Wikidata
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FormulaC17H16Cl2N2O5
Molar mass399.23 g/mol
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Clefamide (trade name Mebinol) is an antiprotozoal agent that was used to treat amoebiasis in the 1960s.[1] There is no evidence for any later use of the drug.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rodrigues, L. D.; Jafferian, P. A.; Vilella Mde, P.; Costa, A. A.; De Mello, E. B. (1968). "Comparative study on 3 amebicides: Teclozine, clefamide and a combination of clefamide and iodo-chloro-oxyquinolines and streptomycin". Hospital (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). 74 (5): 1563–1573. PMID 5305335.