What is an imidazole?

What is an imidazole? Here are some definitions.

  1. (organic chemistry) A heterocyclic organic compound containing two nitrogen atoms separated by a carbon atom in a five-membered ring, called 1,3-diazole in IUPAC nomenclature.
  2. (organic chemistry) A group of compounds containing that structure.
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The quenching effect is attributed to the presence of proximal imidazole and pyrrole groups in their three-dimensional structures.
In contrast, the lipid portion of the cuticular membrane, the cuticle proper and the matrix of the cuticular layer react with imidazole.
After extensive washing of the unbound protein with 40 mM imidazole, the GHS protein was eluted with 250 mM imidazole.
The widespread practice of imidazole prophylaxis in recurrent vulvovaginitis is not supported by evidence and should be questioned.
Hosseini and Chung formed a membrane by carbonizing a crosslinked blend of polymers with imidazole groups.
Urocanic acid, imidazole propenoic acid, is a metabolic product of histidine, which accumulates in skin and is excreted in sweat.

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