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Prostaglandin (PG) endoperoxides are intermediates in the biosynthesis of PGs, thromboxanes, and prostacyclin. The endoperoxides, PGH2 and PGG2, induce rapid and irreversible aggregation of human platelets.1 PGH1 and PGG1 are known to contract smooth muscle preparations, but are lacking in aggregatory effects. 9,11-
|Formulation||A solution in methyl acetate|
WARNING - This product is for laboratory research only. Not for administration to humans. Not for human or veterinary diagnostic or therapeutic use.
|Shipping||Room temperature in continental US; may vary elsewhere|
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1. Morita, A., Nishino, H., Hasegawa, K., et al. Biological activities of prostaglandin H1 analogs. Prostaglandins 18(4) 529-540 (1979).
Morita, A., Nishino, H., Hasegawa, K., et al. Biological activities of prostaglandin H1 analogs. Prostaglandins 18(4) 529-540 (1979).
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