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Diminazene is a di-amidine also known as 4,4'-(1-Triazene–1,3–diyl)bis(benzenecarboximidamide). It binds DNA and RNA and is the acting component of diminazene aceturate drugs (commercialized as Azidin, Berenil, Ganasag or Pirocide) directed, e.g., against Trypanosomiasis.
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