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T37932

15-keto Latanoprost

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DETAILS

  • Purity: 98%
  • Smiles: C(/C=C\CCCC(OC(C)C)=O)[C@@H]1[C@@H](CCC(CCC2=CC=CC=C2)=O)[C@H](O)C[C@@H]1O
  • Category: Compounds
  • Cas Number: 135646-98-9
  • Molecular Weight: 430.58
  • Molecular Formula: C26H38O5

DESCRIPTION

Latanoprost is an F-series prostaglandin (PG) analog which has been approved for use as an ocular hypotensive drug. Oxidation of the C-15 hydroxyl group without isopropyl ester hydrolysis produces 15-keto latanoprost. 15-keto Latanoprost is a potential metabolite of latanoprost when administered to animals. 15-keto Latanoprost is also one of the common minor impurities found in commercial preparations of the bulk drug compound. Although much less potent that the parent compound latanoprost, 15-keto latanoprost still retains the ability to produce a small but measurable decrease (1 mm Hg) in the intraocular pressure of normal cynomolgus monkeys when administered at a dose of 1 μg/eye. 15-keto Latanoprost is also a miotic in the normal cat eye, causing an 8 mm reduction in pupillary diameter at 5 μg/eye. Again, this is not as potent as many other F-type PGs; for example, PGF2α will produce this degree of miosis at a dose of less than 1 μg/eye. Products of β-oxidation account for most of the metabolites of latanoprost recovered in plasma and urine. However, 15-keto latanoprost is a minor metabolite, and one which could be enhanced in situations where β-oxidation is reduced.

Lead Time: 4 - 5 weeks

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