040-000-291 Sulfadiazine, CAS 68-35-9

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Synonyms 2-sulfanilamidopyrimidine; 2-sulfanilylaminopyrimidine; 4-amino-N-2-pyrimidinylbenzenesulfonamide; N(1)-2-Pyrimidinylsulfanilamide; N(1)-2-Pyrimidylsulfanilamide; Sulfadiazin
Keywords Antibiosis, epidemic meningitis, upper respiratory infection (URI), intestinal infection
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Sulfadiazine Specifications

Product Name ‎Sulfadiazine
CAS Registry Number 68-35-9
Molecular Formula C₁₀H₁₀N₄O₂S
Molecular Weight 250.28 g/mol
Purity >99.0 %
Appearance White powder
Shelf life >2 years
Functions Sulfonamide antibiotic. Antibacterial Sulfadiazine eliminates bacteria that cause infections by stopping the production of folate inside the bacterial cell, and is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections

Sulfadiazine Description

Sulfadiazine is one of the short-acting sulfonamides used in combination with pyrimethamine to treat toxoplasmosis in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and in newborns with congenital infections.

Sulfadiazine is an antibiotic that fights bacteria.

Sulfadiazine is used to treat many different types of infection, such as urinary tract infections, ear infections, meningitis, malaria, toxoplasmosis, and others.



Sulfadiazine Applications

  • For the treatment of rheumatic fever and meningococcal meningitis


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