040-000-293 Oseltamivir Acid, CAS 187227-45-8

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Synonym 4R-(acetylamino)-5S-amino-3R-(1-ethylpropoxy)-1-cyclohexene-1-carboxylic acid
Type Neuaminidase inhibitor
Keywords Neuaminidase, influenza
Related products Arbidol Hydrochloride, Sirolimus


Oseltamivir Acid Specifications

Product Name Oseltamivir Acid
CAS Registry Number 187227-45-8
Molecular Formula C14H24N2O4
Molecular Weight 284.4 g/mol
Purity 98 %
Appearance White crystalline powder
Package 1oo mg-100 g
Shelf life 2 years
Functions inhibitor of neuraminidase, treating influenza

Oseltamivir Acid Description

Oseltamivir is a specific inhibitor of neuraminidase. Its inhibitory effect on neuraminidase can inhibit the mature influenza virus from detaching from host cells, thereby inhibiting the spread of the influenza virus in the human body to play a role in treating influenza. Oseltamivir acid is the active metabolite of oseltamivir.

Oseltamivir Acid is an antiviral drug, it is used as the corresponding ethyl ester prodrug, oseltamivir, to slow the spread of influenza.

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Oseltamivir Acid Applications

  • Pharmaceutical anti-flu drugs
  • Laboratory research


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  2. Krueger, A.C., Xu, Y., Kati, W.M., et al. Synthesis of potent pyrrolidine influenza neuraminidase inhibitors. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 18(5), 1692-1695 (2008).
  3. Lew, W., Wu, H., Chen, X., et al. Carbocyclic influenza neuraminidase inhibitors possessing a C3-cyclic amine side chain: Synthesis and inhibitory activity. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 10(11), 1257-1260 (2000).