Antiemetic & Emetic APIs

Vomiting is a complex reflex activity. Various antiemetic drugs can exert antiemetic effects by affecting different links of the vomiting reflex, such as inhibiting chemoreceptors, cerebral cortex, ear vestibular apparatus, or directly acting on the vomiting center. These compounds are widely used for motion sickness, radiation sickness, or vomiting caused by chemotherapy clinically. Commonly used antiemetic APIs include dopamine and serotonin antagonists, neurokinin-1 receptor antagonists, antihistamines, and anticholinergics.

Emetics are mainly used to vomit poisonous substances in the stomach. Its emetic effect mainly induces vomiting chemoreceptors through the excitement center, such as apomorphine, or stimulates the digestive tract reflex to excite the vomiting center. At present, gastric lavage is often used to replace vomiting drugs.

Protheragen-ING offers a full range of antiemetic & emetic APIs to support the research of customers worldwide.

Cat Product Name Cas Details Chemical Structure
API135729623 Palonosetron HCL 135729-62-3 View Details APIs
API147240 Diphenhydramine HCl 147-24-0 View Details APIs
API298577 Cinnarizine 298-57-7 View Details APIs
API364625 Metoclopramide 364-62-5 View Details APIs
API54143576 Metoclopramide Hydrochloride 54143-57-6 View Details APIs
API636582622 Mosapride Citrate 636582-62-2 View Details APIs
API99614025 Ondansetron 99614-02-5 View Details APIs


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