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The imidazopyridines are a class of sedative drugs related (in terms of their effect) to benzodiazepines. They include:

As they are not chemically related to the benzodiazepines despite their similar effect, such drugs—as well as the pyrazolopyrimidines and cyclopyrrones—are sometimes grouped together and referred to as "nonbenzodiazepines".


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