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tion and to be active in a myocardial reperfusion infarct rat model (Grisar et al., 1991). The same laboratory has extended this approach to claim the corresponding dimethylamino (Robinson and Heineke, 1992), phosphonium (314) and sulfonium (315) analogues (Grisar et al., 1993b, c) and quaternary hydrazides 316 (Grisar et al., 1993d) for the treatment of especially inflammatory bowel disease and reperfusion damage.



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