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Chemical structure of lamictal

Phenyltriazines are a class of molecules containing a phenyl group and a triazine group. These molecules are pharmacologically important. Lamictal is a phenyltriazine derivative used as an anticonvulsant drug and has been shown to be useful for alleviating bipolar disorder and headaches.[1]