Definition of Iminazole
1. Noun. An organic base C3H4N2; a histamine inhibitor.
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Literary usage of Iminazole
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1. Practical organic and bio-chemistry by Robert Henry Aders Plimmer (1920)
"Urocanic acid is /8-iminazole-acrylic acid. HC—NH HC—NH HC—NH \ CH C—N C—NII II CH2 CH CH.NHj CH2.NHS CH CH COOH COOH Histidine. Histamine. Urocanic acid. ..."
2. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1907)
"Histidine is, in fact, an iminazole derivative which accounts for the formation of a red colouring matter when it is treated with alkaline solutions of ..."
3. Principles of Biochemistry for Students of Medicine, Agriculture and Related by Thorburn Brailsford Robertson (1920)
"... one is of extraordinary interest, because of the very great importance and variety of roles played by the iminazole ring in physiological phenomena. ..."
4. Practical Physiological Chemistry by Sydney William Cole (1920)
"Histidine (/3-iminazole-alanine) CH / * NH N CH=C— CH2.CH(NH2).COOH. General reactions of the amino-acids. i . They form two classes of salts : (a) With ..."
5. An Introduction to the Chemistry of Plant Products by Paul Haas, Thomas George Hill (1917)
"... J renders the genesis of some of the natural alkaloids which contain the iminazole ring at any rate a chemical possibility. * Weevers: " Proc. ..."
6. The Chemistry of Synthetic Drugs by Percy May (1918)
"... is identical with methyl-diphenylene-iminazole, which has also been prepared by other investigators.1 ISOQUINOLINE ALKALOIDS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES. ..."