unoprostone isopropyl

Ligand id: 8282

Name: unoprostone isopropyl

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Structure and Physico-chemical Properties

2D Structure
Calculated Physico-chemical Properties
Hydrogen bond acceptors 5
Hydrogen bond donors 2
Rotatable bonds 17
Topological polar surface area 83.83
Molecular weight 424.32
XLogP 5.39
No. Lipinski's rules broken 2

Molecular properties generated using the CDK

1. Bazan NG. (2006)
The onset of brain injury and neurodegeneration triggers the synthesis of docosanoid neuroprotective signaling.
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Cellular and molecular effects of unoprostone as a BK channel activator.
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3. Harms NV, Toris CB. (2013)
Current status of unoprostone for the management of glaucoma and the future of its use in the treatment of retinal disease.
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4. Sharif NA, Kelly CR, Crider JY. (2003)
Human trabecular meshwork cell responses induced by bimatoprost, travoprost, unoprostone, and other FP prostaglandin receptor agonist analogues.
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5. Tawada A, Sugawara T, Ogata K, Hagiwara A, Yamamoto S. (2013)
Improvement of central retinal sensitivity six months after topical isopropyl unoprostone in patients with retinitis pigmentosa.
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6. Tsuruma K, Tanaka Y, Shimazawa M, Mashima Y, Hara H. (2011)
Unoprostone reduces oxidative stress- and light-induced retinal cell death, and phagocytotic dysfunction, by activating BK channels.
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Topical isopropyl unoprostone for retinitis pigmentosa: microperimetric results of the phase 2 clinical study.
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