Aromatics, Chiral Reagents, Drug Analogues, Pharmaceuticals, Intermediates & Fine Chemicals
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Terconazole belongs to a new chemical class of antifungal agents, the triazoles. Terconazole has a far greater selectively for yeast cytochrome P-450 than for mammalian microsomal cytochrome P-450 and is used as topical treatment of mycotic vaginitis. Terconazole may also be used in vitro as a potent antifungal agent to prevent the morphogenetic transformation of yeast into (pseudo-)mycelium form of Candida albicans.