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Sucralfate (Synonyms: Sucrose octasulfate-aluminum complex)

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Sucralfate (Sucrose octasulfate-aluminum complex) is a potent and orally active gastroprotectant with no systemic effects. Sucralfate inhibits peptic activity and binds to negatively charged subepithelial proteins exposed during mucosal injury, forming a viscous layer that protects the vascular bed and proliferative zone. Sucralfate is used for prevention and treatment of several gastrointestinal diseases in vivo.

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Sucralfate Chemical Structure

Sucralfate Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 54182-58-0

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Description

Sucralfate (Sucrose octasulfate-aluminum complex) is a potent and orally active gastroprotectant with no systemic effects. Sucralfate inhibits peptic activity and binds to negatively charged subepithelial proteins exposed during mucosal injury, forming a viscous layer that protects the vascular bed and proliferative zone. Sucralfate is used for prevention and treatment of several gastrointestinal diseases in vivo[1][2].

In Vivo

Sucralfate is a cytoprotective agent which has been employed for prevention and treatment of several gastrointestinal diseases. Enemas containing Sucralfate improves the inflammation and increases the tissue contents of neutral and acid mucins. The content of neutral mucins does not change with the time or concentration of Sucralfate used, while acid mucins increases with concentration and time of intervention. A significant increase in tissue content of neutral mucins in animals subjected to irrigation with Sucralfate (SCF) is found compare to animals irrigated with S.F. 0.9%, regardless of the concentration and duration of intervention[1].

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Molecular Weight

2046.42

Formula

C12H14Al16O75S8

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[OSO3[Al2(OH5)]][[email protected]]([[email protected]@H](C[OSO3[Al2(OH5)]])O1)[[email protected]](O[S]=O=O=O=[OH5]#[Al]#[Al])[[email protected]]1(C[OSO3[Al2(OH5)]])O[[email protected]@H]2[[email protected]](O[S]=O=O=O=[OH5]#[Al]#[Al])[[email protected]](O[S]=O=O=O=[OH5]#[Al]#[Al])[[email protected]](O[S]=O=O=O=[OH5]#[Al]#[Al])[[email protected]@H](C[OSO3[Al2(OH5)]])O2

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Powder -20°C 3 years
4°C 2 years
In solvent -80°C 6 months
-20°C 1 month
Solvent & Solubility
In Vitro: 

DMSO : < 1 mg/mL (insoluble or slightly soluble)

H2O : < 0.1 mg/mL (insoluble)

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Animal Administration
[1]

Thirty-six male Wistar rats (300 to 350 g) are used in this study. The animals are divided into two experimental groups with 18 animals in each group. Each experimental group is divided into six subgroups (n=6) according to the intervention solution employed and time of intervention. In the first and second subgroups, 12 animals receive daily rectal enemas containing 40 mL of 0.9% saline solution (control subgroup) at 37°C for two weeks (n=6) and four weeks (n=6). In the second subgroup, 12 animals receive daily rectal enemas containing 40 mL of Sucralfate (SCF) at a concentration of 1.0 g/kg for two weeks (n=6) and four weeks (n=6). Finally, 12 animals of the third subgroup receive daily enemas containing 40 mL of Sucralfate at a concentration of 2.0 g/kg for two weeks (n=6) and four weeks (n=6). In order to standardize the speed and time of application, the enemas are administered in all animals with an infusion pump whose speed is standardized at 2/mL/min[1].

MCE has not independently confirmed the accuracy of these methods. They are for reference only.

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