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  • HY-B0402B
    Amantadine sulfate

    1-Adamantanamine sulfate; 1-Aminoadamantane sulfate

    Influenza Virus Orthopoxvirus SARS-CoV Apoptosis CDK Bcl-2 Family Cancer Infection Neurological Disease
    Amantadine (1-Adamantanamine) sulfate is an orally avtive and potent antiviral agent with activity against influenza A viruses. Amantadine sulfate inhibits several ion channels such as NMDA and M2, and also inhibits Coronavirus ion channels. Amantadine sulfate also has anti-orthopoxvirus and anticancer activity. Amantadine sulfate can be used for Parkinson's disease, postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) and COVID-19 research.
  • HY-B0402A
    Amantadine hydrochloride

    1-Adamantanamine hydrochloride; 1-Adamantylamine hydrochloride; 1-Aminoadamantane hydrochloride

    Influenza Virus Orthopoxvirus SARS-CoV Apoptosis Bcl-2 Family CDK Cancer Infection Neurological Disease
    Amantadine (1-Adamantanamine) hydrochloride is an orally avtive and potent antiviral agent with activity against influenza A viruses. Amantadine hydrochloride inhibits several ion channels such as NMDA and M2, and also inhibits Coronavirus ion channels. Amantadine hydrochloride also has anti-orthopoxvirus and anticancer activity. Amantadine hydrochloride can be used for Parkinson's disease, postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) and COVID-19 research.
  • HY-B0402
    Amantadine

    1-Adamantanamine; 1-Aminoadamantane

    Influenza Virus Orthopoxvirus SARS-CoV Apoptosis CDK Bcl-2 Family Cancer Infection Neurological Disease
    Amantadine (1-Adamantanamine) is an orally avtive and potent antiviral agent with activity against influenza A viruses. Amantadine inhibits several ion channels such as NMDA and M2, and also inhibits Coronavirus ion channels. Amantadine also has anti-orthopoxvirus and anticancer activity. Amantadine can be used for Parkinson's disease, postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) and COVID-19 research.