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AQAssurance Qualité (French: Quality Assurance)
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AQAlliance Quebec (Canadian English Rights Lobby Group)
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AQAccess Queue
AQAllowance Quantity
AQ(USN Rating) Aviation Fire Control Technician
AQAnnual Quantity (UK; gas production)
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Kirkan, Synthesis and Spectroscopic Properties of New Azo-Dyes and Azo-Metal Complexes derived from Barbituric Acid and Aminoquinoline, Dyes.
Li, X-G, Huang, M-R, Hua, Y-M, Zhu, M-F, Qunchen, J, "Facile Synthesis of Oxidative Copolymers from Aminoquinoline and Anisidine.
Chloroquine is a synthetic aminoquinoline and is widely used in the treatment of malaria [1] and also as a prophylactic drug in the prevention of malaria [2].
The safest initial systemic therapy for DM-specific skin disease is single-agent or combined aminoquinoline antimalarial therapy, Dr.
Notable examples include nerve damage among individuals homozygous for some variants of the N-acetyltransferase 2 gene ("slow acetylators") given isoniazid as an antituberculosis therapy, hemolytic anemia among glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase-deficient patients given aminoquinoline antimalarial drugs, and varied rates of biotransformation of debrisoquine, an antihypertensive drug, due to genetic variation at the CYP2D6 locus (Weber 1997).
microti genome reveals absence of proteases necessary to digest host hemoglobin and hemozoin formation by the parasite; this absence may explain the ineffectiveness of chloroquine, and perhaps other compounds of the aminoquinoline family used in babesiosis therapy (10).