Cirazoline hydrochloride is a selective AR (α1-Adrenoceptor) agonist.
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What is Cyrazoline mostly used for? Please describe. Thanks
Asked by: Tatiana
Thank you for your question.
Cirazoline hydrochloride is a selective AR (α1-Adrenoceptor) agonist that has been show to be involved in the induction of vasoconstriction.
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