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(-)-beta-caryophyllene 
(1R,2R,5S)-AH23848 hemicalcium salt +  
(1S,2S,5R)-AH23848 hemicalcium salt +  
(2S)-2-(4-\{[(1R,2S)-2-hydroxycyclopentyl]methyl\}phenyl)propanoic acid 
(E)-3-tosylacrylonitrile 
(S)-ketorolac +   
4-(methylamino)antipyrine 
4-aminoantipyrine 
[5-fluoro-1-(4-isopropylbenzylidene)-2-methylinden-3-yl]acetic acid 
acamprosate calcium 
aceclofenac  
acemetacin  
acetosyringone +  
acetylsalicylic acid +   
adapalene  
alclofenac  
alminoprofen 
almotriptan +   
almotriptan malate 
amfenac +   
amfenac sodium hydrate 
aminophenazone  
amlexanox  
amodiaquine +   
ampiroxicam 
antipyrine +   
apazone  
apigenin 7-O-beta-D-glucoside  
apigenin 7-O-beta-D-glucoside(1-) 
apocynin  
apremilast 
arasertaconazole +   
atorvastatin calcium +   
baicalin  
balsalazide +   
balsalazide disodium 
bendazac 
benoxaprofen  
benzydamine  
biphenyl-4-ylacetic acid +  
bromfenac  
bromfenac sodium salt +  
bromfenac sodium salt sesquihydrate 
bufexamac 
bumadizone 
bumadizone calcium +  
An organic calcium salt having 2-[(1,2-diphenylhydrazino)carbonyl]hexanoate as the counterion. Used (as its hemihydrate) for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
bumadizone calcium hemihydrate 
calcium oxalate  
carprofen +   
cimicoxib 
clofazimine  
clonixin 
clonixin lysine salt 
corilagin  
crisaborole 
deracoxib 
dexibuprofen 
dexketoprofen 
diclofenac +   
difenpiramide 
diflunisal  
dithiosalicylic acid 
droxicam 
EDTA monocalcium salt 
eletriptan  
eletriptan hydrobromide 
enprofylline +  
etodolac +   
etoricoxib  
fenbufen  
fendosal 
fenoprofen  
fenoprofen calcium 
firocoxib 
flufenamate 
flufenamic acid  
flunixin  
flunixin meglumine  
flunoxaprofen 
flurbiprofen +   
friedelin +  
garenoxacin 
glafenine  
ibufenac  
ibuprofen +   
ibuproxam 
indometacin +   
indoprofen  
isoxicam 
kebuzone 
ketoprofen  
ketorolac  
leflunomide  
lonazolac 
lonazolac calcium 
lornoxicam  
loxoprofen +   
loxoprofen sodium +  
loxoprofen sodium hydrate 
lumiracoxib  
mavacoxib 
meclofenamic acid  
mefenamic acid  
meloxicam  
mesalamine  
metamizole 
metamizole sodium  
metiazinic acid 
miroprofen 
mofebutazone 
mupirocin calcium (anhydrous) +  
nabumetone  
naproxcinod 
naproxen +   
naproxen sodium 
naproxol 
nedocromil  
nedocromil calcium 
nepafenac 
nimesulide  
nitroflurbiprofen  
nitrosulindac 
O-methylsalicylic acid +   
oleocanthal 
olsalazine 
olsalazine sodium 
oxametacin 
oxaprozin  
oxyphenbutazone +   
oxyphenbutazone hydrate 
paracetamol +   
parecoxib  
parthenolide +   
phenylbutazone +   
pirfenidone  
piroxicam +   
proglumetacin +  
proglumetacin dimaleate 
propyphenazone 
robenacoxib 
rofecoxib  
rosmarinic acid +   
rosuvastatin calcium  
salicin +   
salsalate  
SC560 
sertaconazole  
sertaconazole nitrate 
sodium meclofenamate monohydrate 
solasodine  
solasodine(1+) +  
sulfamazone 
sulfasalazine  
sulindac +   
sulindac sulfide  
suprofen  
suxibuzone  
tenidap  
tenoxicam  
tepoxalin  
teriflunomide  
thiosalicylic acid  
tiaprofenic acid  
tolfenamic acid  
tolmetin  
tolmetin sodium +  
tolmetin sodium dihydrate 
valdecoxib +   
vedaprofen 
willow bark extract 
ximoprofen 
zileuton  
zofenopril calcium 
zomepirac  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: calcium bis{2-[(1,2-diphenylhydrazino)carbonyl]hexanoate}
Related Synonyms: Butylmalonic acid mono(1,2-diphenylhydrazide) calcium ;   Calcium-N-n-butylmalonic acid N,N'-diphenylhydrazide ;   Formula=C38H42CaN4O6 ;   InChI=1S/2C19H22N2O3.Ca/c2*1-2-3-14-17(19(23)24)18(22)21(16-12-8-5-9-13-16)20-15-10-6-4-7-11-15;/h2*4-13,17,20H,2-3,14H2,1H3,(H,23,24);/q;;+2/p-2 ;   InChIKey=RKINNRASCJRSHD-UHFFFAOYSA-L ;   SMILES=[Ca++].CCCCC(C([O-])=O)C(=O)N(Nc1ccccc1)c1ccccc1.CCCCC(C([O-])=O)C(=O)N(Nc1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 ;   anhydrous bumadizone calcium ;   bumadizone calcium salt
Xrefs: CAS:34461-73-9 ;   PMID:208174 ;   PMID:331502 ;   PMID:335681 ;   PMID:4209902 ;   PMID:4801213 ;   Wikipedia:Bumadizone

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