A bronchodilator and an agonist for the beta-2 adrenergic receptor, procaterol is used to treat asthma and other respiratory conditions. It has a high selectivity for the beta-2 adrenergic receptors that are located in bronchial smooth muscle, which allows the smooth muscle in the bronchi to relax and become more elastic as a result of the drug’s action. In addition to this, it assists in the prevention of allergic responses and promotes the movement of cilia in the airways of the body. Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are both treated with the medication procaterol (COPD). It may either be consumed orally or breathed as an aerosol, but either way, it acts as a potent bronchodilator.
Removal of impurity standards from API manufacturing is an integral part of drug manufacturing. Toref has specialization in the synthesis / supply of pharmacopeia impurities, process impurities, isolation, and identification of unknown impurities of Procaterol to all pharmaceutical companies globally. All ready-to-ship Procaterol Impurities are tabulated below:
|Product Name||CAS No.||Molecular Formula||Molecular Weight||Purity|
|Procaterol Impurity 4||63235-39-2||C16H20N2O3||288.34||95.64%|
|Procaterol Impurity 12||94198-40-0||C16H22N2O3||290.36||96.23%|
|Procaterol Impurity 19||N/A||C16H23ClN2O3||326.82||97.12%|
|Procaterol Impurity 22||N/A||C16H23ClN2O3||326.82||95.44%|
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