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Cellacefate is a chemical compound used in the field of medicine and pharmacology. It is a type of sulfonate that is often used in the formulation of certain medications and therapies.

Chemical Structure[edit | edit source]

Cellacefate is a sulfonate, which means it contains a sulfur atom bonded to three oxygen atoms. The sulfur atom is also bonded to a carbon atom, forming a sulfonate ester. This structure is common in many types of medicinal drugs and pharmaceuticals.

Uses in Medicine[edit | edit source]

In the field of medicine, Cellacefate is used in the formulation of certain medications. It is often used as a solubilizer or emulsifier, helping to mix oil and water in pharmaceutical preparations. This makes the medication easier to administer and more effective in the body.

Pharmacological Properties[edit | edit source]

As a sulfonate, Cellacefate has certain pharmacological properties that make it useful in medicine. It is highly soluble in water, which makes it ideal for use in intravenous medications. It also has a high boiling point and melting point, which makes it stable under a variety of conditions.

Safety and Side Effects[edit | edit source]

Like all medications, Cellacefate can have side effects. These can include allergic reactions, nausea, and vomiting. However, these side effects are rare and usually mild. As with any medication, it is important to use Cellacefate under the supervision of a healthcare professional.

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