Thioxanthene

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Thioxanthene is a molecule in which the oxygen atom in xanthene is replaced with a sulfur atom.

Thioxanthene derivatives include:

These drugs are antipsychotic drugs. The thioxanthene class of neuroleptic antipsychotic psychotropics is closely related to the phenothiazines which are very similar pharmacologically.

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