Effects of suloctidil on lipid metabolism in experimental animals.

Abstract

A novel potent vasoactive agent, 1-(4-isopropyl-thiophenyl)-2-n-octylaminopropanol (suloctidil, Sulocton), lowers excess of plasma cholesterol and tends to normalize the plasma hyperbetalipoproteinemia of Rhesus monkeys fed a high-cholesterol, high-fat diet. The drug shows an inhibitory effect on the cholesterol biosynthesis in rat liver homogenates.

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@article{Peeters1977EffectsOS, title={Effects of suloctidil on lipid metabolism in experimental animals.}, author={H. J. F. Peeters and Victor H . Blaton and Bart Declercq and Drieke Vandamme and Joseph Roba and Romeo Roncucci and G E Lambelin}, journal={Arzneimittel-Forschung}, year={1977}, volume={27 10}, pages={1964-7} }