Linaclotide

Category: Laxative



Linaclotide Overview

Linaclotide (marketed under the trade name Linzess in the US and Mexico, and as Constella elsewhere)[2] is a drug used to treat irritable bowel syndrome with constipation and chronic constipation with no known cause.[3][4] It has a black box warning about the risk of serious dehydration in children in the US; the most common adverse effects in others are gastrointestinal.[3] It is an oligo-peptide agonist of guanylate cyclase 2C ...

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Linaclotide
  • Capsule: 145mcg, 290mcg, 72mcg
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