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The Pyrazolopyrimidines are a class of nonbenzodiazepine drugs related (in terms of their effect) to benzodiazepines.

These drugs are intended to induce sleep, and are prescribed for people suffering insomnia.

They include:

  • Zaleplon as Sonata


A related use is in pyrazolopyrimidine organothiophosphate insecticides.


The molecules are typified by the linked six sided (benzene) and sometimes five sided rings (methylpyrazol).

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