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GV-Eleven Brand names, GV-Eleven Analogs

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GV-Eleven Synthesis Reference

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GV-Eleven Molecular Weight

372.526 g/mol

GV-Eleven Melting Point

215 oC

GV-Eleven H2O Solubility

4 mg/mL

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GV-Eleven Dosage Forms

Liquid; Tincture

GV-Eleven Indication

For the treatment of bacterial and fungal infections inside the mouth (thrush) and skin, also for the prevention of transmission of Chagas' disease (as a blood additive).

GV-Eleven Pharmacology

Gentian violet is a mutagen, a mitotic poison, and a clastogen. Gentian violet has been used in medicine for almost 100 years: as an antiseptic for external use, as a topical antibiotic, as a topical antifungal agent, as an antihelminthic agent by oral administration, and more recently, as a blood additive to prevent transmission of Chagas' disease. It is thought to work by binding to the DNA of target organisms and causing disruption, mutation or inhibition of DNA replication.

GV-Eleven Absorption

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GV-Eleven side effects and Toxicity

LD50=420 mg/kg (rat, oral). Oral administration can cause gastrointestinal irritation, and intravenous injection can cause depression in the white blood cell count.

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GV-Eleven Organisms Affected

Yeast and other fungi, bacteria and protozoans