Tranexamic Acid - CAS 1197-18-8
Carbamic acid (Cat No.: A001144), also known as tranexamic acid, is chemically named 4-aminomethyl cyclohexane carboxylic acid, and its trade name is dopamine. Tranexamic acid is an artificial lysine analog, which can competitively bind the lysine binding site on plasminogen and plasmin, thereby competitively inhibiting the degradation of fibrin, reducing fibrinolytic activity and playing a role in promoting blood coagulation. It is mainly used for hemostatic drugs, with a significant effect on traumatic bleeding. Preoperative preventive drugs can reduce surgical bleeding.
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