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|Molar mass||346.373 g/mol g·mol−1|
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Flutrimazole is a wide-spectrum antifungal drug. It is used for the topical treatment of superficial mycoses of the skin. Flutrimazole is an imidazole derivative. Its antifungal activity has been demonstrated in in vivo and in vitro studies to be comparable to that of clotrimazole and higher than bifonazole.
Mechanism of action
The Merck Index, 12th Edition. 4247
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