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nifuroxazide

NIFUROXACIDA

Nifuroxazide (INN) is an oral nitrofuran antibiotic, patented since 1966[1] and used to treat colitis and diarrhea in humans and non-humans.[2] It is sold under the brand names Ambatrol, Antinal, Bacifurane, Diafuryl, Pérabacticel (France), Antinal, Diax (Egypt), Nifrozid, Ercefuryl (Romania, Czech Republic), Erfuzide (Thailand), Endiex (Slovakia), Enterofuryl (Russia), Nifuroksazyd (Poland), Pentofuryl (Germany), Topron, Enterovid (Latin America), Eskapar (Mexico), Apazid (Morocco) and Septidiaryl. It is sold in capsule form and also as a suspension. The pharmaceutical group GlaxoSmithKline plc (Previously known as SmithKline Beecham) claims that nifuroxazide is highly effective and the consumers' group Healthy Skepticism says that GlaxoSmithKline's claims have no scientific support.[3]

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4-Hydroxy-N’-[(5-nitrofuran-2-yl)methylene]benzohydrazide

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Oral

CAS Number 965-52-6
ATC code A07AX03
PubChem CID: 5337997
ChemSpider 4495115
UNII PM5LI0P38J
KEGG D07111
ChEMBL CHEMBL244888

Formula C12H9N3O5
Molecular mass 275.2 g/mol

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