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Dactinomycin-graphic

Dactinomycin: CAS No: 50-76-0 No: 50-76-0 Dactinomycin (or actinomycin D) was the very first known antibiotic that helped fend off cancer. It’s now a standard chemotherapy medication being used to treat a variety of tumorous diseases. Doctors will typically reach for dactinomycin for sarcoma, ovarian cancer, and Wilm’s tumor.  It can also be used with certain types of neoplasia and skin moles. The[…]

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migrane

Sumatriptan CAS #: 103628-46-2 Sumatriptan is an API that works with the serotonin neurons in the brain to fight migraines and cluster headaches. By constricting the blood vessels in the brain back to their normal size and preventing the trigeminal nerve from firing at full force, sumatriptan is designed to stop symptoms as soon as they start.[…]

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Cetrorelix CAS No: 120287-85-6 Cetrorelix is traditionally used as fertility API that binds to a hormone receptor to stop gonadotropin secretion. While it may be associated with women undergoing ovarian stimulation, it appears as though there’s more to this API that meets the eye. This synthetic decapeptide is being studied to help with a variety of conditions, including the[…]

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ERLANGER, Kentucky / BOCA RATON, Florida — LGM Pharma, an innovation-driven active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) company, headquartered in Erlanger, Kentucky with offices in Florida, New Jersey and Israel recently announced the appointment of Mr. Joseph Gelfand as Vice President of Supply Chain and Sales Operations at the Boca Raton, Florida location. In this capacity, Mr.[…]

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Naltrexone is typically administered to those who have a history of substance abuse, namely opiates or alcohol. The drug works to block the intensity of the drugs, so people are less likely to associate them with euphoria or pain relief. Because drug use in this country is still so stigmatized, it’s difficult to separate public[…]

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Octreotide Acetate

Octreotide Acetate CAS #: 79517-01-04 Octreotide Acetate is prescribed for a variety of GI issues, mainly for severe diarrhea brought upon by carcinoid symptoms. Its designed to imitate the natural growth-hormone inhibitor in the body, which makes it easier for the endocrine system to do its job. This API limits the excess release of glucagon secretion and insulin, making[…]

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Fingolimod Hydrochloride blog

Fingolimod Hydrochloride CAS: 162359-56-0 Fingolimod Hydrochloride is typically given to those who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS) relapses. It doesn’t eliminate episodes in the body entirely, but it can reduce them by 50% or more over the course of several years. When the body is having an autoimmune reaction, the lymphocytes play a big role[…]

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