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D-Lactulose Brand names, D-Lactulose Analogs

D-Lactulose Brand Names Mixture

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D-Lactulose Chemical_Formula


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D-Lactulose fda sheet

D-Lactulose msds (material safety sheet)

D-Lactulose Synthesis Reference

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D-Lactulose Molecular Weight

420.519 g/mol

D-Lactulose Melting Point

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D-Lactulose H2O Solubility

>0.5 mg/mL

D-Lactulose State


D-Lactulose LogP


D-Lactulose Dosage Forms

Drops; Spray

D-Lactulose Indication

As an ophthalmic for the temporary relief of the signs and symptoms of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis. Also used as a nasal spray for allergic rhinitis.

D-Lactulose Pharmacology

Levocabastine is a selective histamine H1-receptor antagonist exerting inhibitory effects on the release of chemical mediators from mast cells and on the chemotaxis of polymorphonuclear leukocytes and eosinophils. Both histamine and antigens induced conjunctivitis can be inhibited by levocabastine. Levocabastine can also reduce symptoms of allergic rhinitis by preventing an increase in vascular permeability of nasal mucosa.

D-Lactulose Absorption

After instillation in the eye, levocabastine is systemically absorbed, albeit at low levels.

D-Lactulose side effects and Toxicity

Adverse effects include visual disturbances, dry mouth, cough, nausea, eyelid edema and lacrimation.

D-Lactulose Patient Information

D-Lactulose Organisms Affected

Humans and other mammals