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Type_reactivator Report for: Pyridinium

Comment

Pyridinium refers to the cation [C5H5NH]+. Often present in oximes as in the first reactivator of OP inhibited cholinesterase Pralidoxime (2-PAM). These are charged oximes which poorly cross the blood brain barrier

Reactivator nameFormulaStructure
15FC15H14Cl3N2O
2-PAMC7H9N2O
3-PAMC7H9N2O
4-PAMC7H9N2O
Benzyl-P2AC13H13ClN2O
K1374C26H28N4O22+
K1375C17H22N4O32+
MF5C14H10F5N2O+
Oxime-20C23H25N2O3+
Triazole-annulated-oxime-14AC17H19N7O2
Triazole-annulated-oxime-2AC19H22N5O
Triazole-annulated-oxime-3AC19H22N7O2

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