Molecular Weight(MW): 463.61
Bilastine is a new, well-tolerated, nonsedating H1 receptor antihistamine and has a rapid onset and prolonged duration of action.
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|Description||Bilastine is a new, well-tolerated, nonsedating H1 receptor antihistamine and has a rapid onset and prolonged duration of action.|
Bilastine has a high specific affinity for the H1-receptor but it has no or very low affinity for 30 other tested receptors. It is lack of significant antagonism against serotonin, bradykinin, leukotriene D4, calcium, muscarinic M3-receptors, α1-adrenoceptors, β2-adrenoceptors, and H2- and H3- receptors.
|In vivo||Bilastine is efficacious in all nasal symptoms including obstruction and in eye symptoms in patients with allergic rhinoconjunctivitis. Bilastine is well tolerated. In the fasting state bilastine is quickly absorbed, but the absorption is slowed when it is taken with food or fruit juice. In vivo studies in rats have demonstrated reduction in histamine-stimulated smooth muscular contraction, bronchospasms, endothelial permeability, and microvascular extravasation.|
|In vitro||DMSO||1 mg/mL (2.15 mM)|
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