Category: Allergies, Cough & Cold

Lodoxamide Overview

Lodoxamide is an antiallergic pharmaceutical drug. It is marketed under the tradename Alomide in the UK. Like cromoglicic acid it acts as a mast cell stabilizer.[1] In 2014 lodoxamide and bufrolin were found to be potent agonists at the G protein-coupled receptor 35, an orphan receptor believed to play a role in inflammatory processes, pain and the development of stomach cancer.[2] See also Nedocromil Zaprinast Amlexanox Pemirolast Pamoic acid Kynurenic acid...

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  • Solution/drops: 0.1%
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