Molecular Weight(MW): 460.76
Sulconazole Nitrate is an imidazole derivative with broad-spectrum antifungal activity.
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|Description||Sulconazole Nitrate is an imidazole derivative with broad-spectrum antifungal activity.|
Sulconazole Nitrate possesses a broad spectrum of activity in vitro against dermatophytes, yeasts and some Gram-positive bacteria at concentrations below 5 mg/L in vitro. It has been shown that against representatives of pathogenic yeasts, dermatophytes and Aspergilli, the RIF values of sulconazole are broadly similar to those of other imidazoles. The fungicidal potency of sulconazole in vitro depends on its concentration and on the growth phase of the inoculum cells. Sulconazole has also demonstrated antibacterial activity in vitro, with MIC values below 12.5 mg/L. 
|In vivo||The efficacy and safety of sulconazole 1% cream has been demonstrated in controlled clinical studies in patients with superficial dermatophyte or yeast infections. To minimise the risk of reinfection treatment should continue for 3 weeks in Candida infections, tinea cruris, tinea corporis and pityriasis versicolor, and for 4 weeks in patients with tinea pedis. |
|In vitro||DMSO||92 mg/mL (199.67 mM)|
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