Cephradine

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Molecule Structure

Scientific Name

Cephradine

Description of the Drug

Cefradine is a first-generation cephalosporin antibiotic used in the treatment of bacterial infections of the respiratory and urinary tracts and of the skin and soft tissues.

Source: DrugBank Online – DrugBank.com. Retrieved 2023-03-10 from
http://www.drugbank.ca/drugs/DB01333

Brand Name(s)

Anspor, Cefradine, Cephradine, Ecosporina, Nicef, Velosef, Velosef ‘125’, Velosef ‘250’, Velosef ‘500’

Company Owner(s)

Teva Pharmaceuticals Usa Inc, Bristol Myers Squibb Co, Vitarine Pharmaceuticals Inc, Glaxosmithkline, Ersana Inc Sub Er Squibb And Sons, Apothecon Inc Div Bristol Myers Squibb, Barr Laboratories Inc, Ivax Pharmaceuticals Inc Sub Teva Pharmaceuticals Usa

Mechanism(s) Of Action

Target Name Target Type Action Type Target ChEMBL ID
Bacterial penicillin-binding protein PROTEIN FAMILY INHIBITOR CHEMBL2354204

Unichem Links

SureChEMBL SCHEMBL3244
PharmGKB PA448890
Human Metabolome Database HMDB0015428
DrugBank DB01333
PubChem: Thomson Pharma 15076177
PubChem 40467109 38103
Nikkaji J3.185B
BindingDB 50370585
EPA CompTox Dashboard DTXSID4022785
DrugCentral 576
Brenda 47848 197696 21559
ChemicalBook CB2341505
Guide to Pharmacology 4830
rxnorm CEPHRADINE
KEGG Ligand C06897
ChEBI 3547
ZINC ZINC000003830515