Active Ingredient History

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Landiolol (INN) is an ultra short-acting, β1-superselective intravenous adrenergic antagonist, which decreases the heart rate effectively with less negative effect on blood pressure or myocardial contractility. In comparison to other beta blockers, landiolol has the shortest elimination half-life, ultra-rapid onset of effect, and predictable effectiveness with inactive metabolites. The pure S-enantiomer structure of landiolol is believed to develop less hypotensive side effects in comparison to other β-blockers. This has a positive impact on the treatment of patients when reduction of heart rate without decrease in arterial blood pressure is desired. Landiolol was developed by modifying the chemical structure of esmolol to produce a compound with a higher rate of cardioselectivity and a greater potency without increasing its duration of action. It is sold as landiolol hydrochloride. Based on its positive benefit risk profile, landiolol has been granted the marketing authorization and introduced to the European markets under the brand names Rapibloc, Raploc, Runrapiq, Landibloc mid 2016. Landiolol is available in Japan under the brand names Onoact (50 mg) and Corbeta.   Wikipedia

  • SMILES: CC1(C)OC[C@@H](COC(=O)CCc2ccc(OC[C@@H](O)CNCCNC(=O)N3CCOCC3)cc2)O1
  • Mol. Mass: 509.6
  • ALogP: 0.69
  • ChEMBL Molecule:
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landiolol | landiolol hcl | landiolol hydrochloride | ldll600 | ono 1101 | ono-1101


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