N-nitrosochlordiazepoxide

Known as: 2-N-nitrosochlordiazepoxide, NO-CDE 
 
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1977-1995
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1995
1995
Short-chain saturated halocarbons, including isoflurane and the chlorofluorocarbon substitute HCFC-123, can strongly potentiate… (More)
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1990
1990
Chlordiazepoxide (CDE) reacts in acidic conditions with NaNO2 yielding N-nitrosochlordiazepoxide (NO-CDE), previously shown to… (More)
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1990
1990
Chlordiazepoxide (CDE) reacts with sodium nitrite at acid pH yielding the genotoxic derivative N-nitrosochlordiazepoxide (NO-CDE… (More)
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1989
1989
Chlordiazepoxide, a benzodiazepine derivative commonly used for the treatment of anxiety, was found to react with sodium nitrite… (More)
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1977
1977
It is shown that chlordiazepoxide readily reacts with sodium nitrite in an aqueous HCl solution as well as in human gastric juice… (More)
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1977
1977
The influence of alcohol, ascorbic acid, phenol and thiocyanic acid on the formation of N-nitrosochlordiazepoxide from… (More)
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