Active Ingredient History

Aminacrine has long been known to be a potent frameshift mutagen in viruses and bacteria. It is one in a general class of aminoacridine dyes that bind to DNA and possess mutagenic activity. Aminacrine is used clinically as a topical antiseptic. A part from therapeutic use, aminacrine is also introduced as a matrix for negative mode matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI).   NCATS

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9-acridinamine monohydrochloride | 9-aminoacridine | 9-aminoacridine monohydrochloride | aminacrin | aminacrine | aminacrine hcl | aminacrine hydrochloride | aminoacridine | izoacridina | monacrin | nsc-7571


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