answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Prostaglandin analogues are molecules that behave like prostaglandins by binding to prostaglandin receptors. Misoprostol is the most commonly used prostaglandin analogue.

User Avatar

Wiki User

11y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is a prostaglandin analogue?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

What is a prostaglandins?

Prostaglandin analogues are molecules that behave like prostaglandins by binding to prostaglandin receptors. Misoprostol is the most commonly used prostaglandin analogue.


What hormone induces labor?

oxytocin and prostaglandin (oxitocin sends positive feedback to prostaglandin)


What are the 5 kinds of analogous?

Analogue 1 Analogue 2 Analogue 3 Analogue 4 Analogue 5.


What is a name of one prostaglandin?

Prostaglandin E2, which softens the cervix so it can dilate or open in preparation for childbirth.


Is Ibuprofen an anti-prostaglandin?

Yes.


What is an antiprostaglandin?

An antiprostaglandin is something which inhibits prostaglandin.


Which hormone stimulates contraction of the myometrium?

Prostaglandin


When was Clan Analogue created?

Clan Analogue was created in 1993.


When was Mount Analogue created?

Mount Analogue was created in 1952.


What is the ISBN of Mount Analogue?

The ISBN of Mount Analogue is 0877738505.


How many sp2 carbons are there in prostaglandin E2?

5


How many pages does Mount Analogue have?

Mount Analogue has 106 pages.