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minoxidil is an approved drug (FDA (1979))
Compound class: Synthetic organic
Comment: The structure shown here is the same as the INN-assigned structure for this compound. The charges represent the movement of electrons towards the oxygen atom. Our representation of the structure is different to that shown on PubChem, where the molecule is shown without the charges.
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|Yes (FDA (1979))
|International Nonproprietary Names
|CAS Registry No.
|38304-91-5 (source: Scifinder)
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Minoxidil (links to external site)
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