Antispasmodic APIs

Antispasmodic APIs are a class of compounds used to treat muscle spasms and cramps, which work by inhibiting excessive muscle contraction, thereby relieving the pain and discomfort associated with spasms. It is commonly used clinically to relax smooth muscles in various organs, including the gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, and blood vessels. Antispasmodic APIs are often divided into antimuscarinics and calcium channel blockers. Antimuscarinic APIs are mainly used to relieve conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome and colic, while calcium channel blockers are mainly used to relieve uterine spasms, coronary artery spasms, and hypertension.

Protheragen-ING offers a full range of antispasmodic APIs s to support the research of customers worldwide.

Cat Product Name Cas Details Chemical Structure
API149644 Scopolamine Butylbromide 149-64-4 View Details APIs
API155419 Methylscopolamine Bromide 155-41-9 View Details APIs
API2753459 Mebeverine Hydrochloride 2753-45-9 View Details APIs
API343306796 Sugammadex Sodium 343306-79-6 View Details APIs
API50340 Propantheline Bromide 50-34-0 View Details APIs
API532036 Methocarbamol 532-03-6 View Details APIs
API56839431 Eperisone Hydrochloride 56839-43-1 View Details APIs


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