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  3. Halazone

Halazone 

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Halazone is an atypical antimicrobial sulfonamide derivative and a carbonic anhydrase II inhibitor with a Kd value of 1.45 µM. Halazone protects sodium channels from inactivation. Halazone is widely used for disinfection of drinking water.

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Halazone Chemical Structure

Halazone Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 80-13-7

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Description

Halazone is an atypical antimicrobial sulfonamide derivative and a carbonic anhydrase II inhibitor with a Kd value of 1.45 µM. Halazone protects sodium channels from inactivation. Halazone is widely used for disinfection of drinking water[1][2].

In Vitro

Halazone is chemically closely related to Chloramine-T, the nitrogen atom is linked with two instead of one chlorine atom and, certainly more important here, a methyl group is replaced by a carboxyl group. The effect of Halazone on the sodium current is studied in voltage-clamped single nerve fibers of the frog. The oxidant Halazone drastically inhibits inactivation[1].

Molecular Weight

270.09

Formula

C₇H₅Cl₂NO₄S

CAS No.

80-13-7

SMILES

O=C(O)C1=CC=C(S(=O)(N(Cl)Cl)=O)C=C1

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Keywords:

HalazoneBacterialCarbonic AnhydraseSodium ChannelCarbonate dehydrataseNa channelsNa+ channelsOxidizingbiocidedisinfectiondrinkingwaterantimicrobialsulfonamidecarbonicanhydraseInhibitorinhibitorinhibit

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