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Tolnaftate is used to study the mechanism of ergosterol (sterol) biosynthesis at the rate-limiting step of squalene epoxidase inhibition. Tolnaftate is clinically used to treat cutaneous infections such as athlete?s foot, jock itch, and ringworm1. It also has been used as a comparator compound for antifungal efficiency studies.
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