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Term:anti-ulcer drug
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Accession:CHEBI:49201 term browser browse the term
Definition:One of various classes of drugs with different action mechanisms used to treat or ameliorate peptic ulcer or irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.
Synonyms:related_synonym: anti-ulcer agent;   anti-ulcer agents;   anti-ulcer drugs


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  CHEBI ontology 0
    role 0
      application 0
        pharmaceutical 0
          drug 0
            anti-ulcer drug 0
              (11R,16S)-misoprostol + 0
              16,16-dimethylprostaglandin E2 0
              Yosprala 0
              alpha-methylene gamma-butyrolactone + 0
              amlexanox 0
              anisotropine methylbromide 0
              balsalazide + 0
              balsalazide disodium 0
              cetraxate 0
              cimetidine + 0
              cimetidine hydrochloride 0
              cisapride 0
              egualen 0
              egualen sodium 0
              esomeprazole + 0
              esomeprazole magnesium 0
              eupatilin 0
              famotidine + 0
              homatropine methylbromide 0
              lansoprazole 0
              misoprostol 0
              nizatidine 0
              omeprazole + 0
              oxmetidine 0
              pantoprazole 0
              pantoprazole sodium 0
              pibutidine 0
              pibutidine hydrochloride 0
              pirenzepine + 0
              plaunotol 0
              proglumide + 0
              rabeprazole 0
              ranitidine + 0
              succinic acid + 0
              teprenone 0
              tiquizium + 0
              tiquizium bromide 0
              tridihexethyl + 0
              vedaprofen 0
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