Active Ingredient History
5-trans-Prostaglandin E2 is the trans isomer of prostaglandin E2 and a common impurity in commercial lots of PGE1, that occurs naturally in some gorgonian corals. 5-trans-Prostaglandin E2 , a more potent than prostaglandin E2 in activating adenylate cyclase in NCB-20 cell homogenates. 5-trans PGE2 accelerates fibrinolysis by enhancing plasminogen activation mediated by tissue-type plasminogen activator and It also inhibits platelet aggregation/ 5-trans-Prostaglandin E2 is used as a substance for the isolation of new naturally occuring prostaglandin 5-trans-PGA2 and in the synthesis of 5-trans-PGF2a. NCATS
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