DIPYRIDAMOLE


DrugBank ID: db00975
DrugCentral: dipyridamole
Synonymous :dipiridamol | dipyridamine | dipyridamole | dipyridamolum | dipyudamine | dypyridamol



Drug Sentece Context


Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of dipyridamole gene in 8 abstracts.

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32318327 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drug library, we identified an anticoagulation agent dipyridamole (DIP) in silico, which suppressed SARS-CoV-2 replication in vitro.
32374264 This paper briefly summarizes why cimetidine or famotidine, dipyridamole, fenofibrate or bezafibrate, and sildenafil citrate are worth considering for patients with COVID-19. […] Clinical trials to assess efficacy are already underway for famotidine, dipyridamole, and sildenafil, and further trials of all these agents will be important in due course.
32530438 Purinergic modulators, such as dipyridamole, target multiple pathways that have been implicated in COVID-19 pathogenesis, and thus the therapeutic benefit of these should be explored.
32560665 These strategies include nebulized heparin, N-acetylcysteine, plasma exchange and/or fresh frozen plasma, plasma derivatives to increase the level of endogenous anticoagulants (tissue factor pathway inhibitor, activated protein C, thrombomodulin, antithrombin), dipyridamole, complement blockers, different types of stem cells, and extracellular vesicles.
32574107 Aspirin and dipyridamole, besides their anti-platelet activity, also reduce tissue factor procoagulant activity, and aspirin inhibits the STING pathway upstream of STING. […] Aspirin and dipyridamole may be used, in combination with drugs blocking downstream the activation of the STING pathway, like inhibitors of IL-6R and JAK/STAT pathways.
32586214 A number of antithrombotic drugs have been proposed as potential therapies to prevent COVID-19-associated thrombosis, including, heparin, FXII inhibitors, fibrinolytic drugs, nafamostat and dipyridamole, many of which also possess pleiotropic anti-inflammatory or anti-viral effects.
32612804 A preliminary search identified the following drugs as being used to treat COVID-19 symptoms: atazanavir (ATV), azithromycin (AZI), chloroquine (CLQ)/hydroxychloroquine (HCLQ), dipyridamole, famotidine (FAM), favipiravir, lopinavir/ritonavir (LPV/r), nitazoxanide, remdesivir, ribavirin and tocilizumab.
32650197 The platelet-stabilizing drug dipyridamole (DIP) blocks intracellular uptake of extracellularly-generated adenosine, thereby up-regulating A2AR signaling in a way that should be functionally complementary to the impact of PTX in that regard.
32699547 Both siblings were treated with intravenous immunoglobulin and a high dose of dipyridamole with resolution of the coronary artery aneurysm. […] Dipyridamole was used instead of aspirin because both siblings were glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficient for which aspirin was contraindicated.
33001004 In this article, we summarize the potential of dipyridamole as an adjunct therapy for COVID-19. […] We reviewed the literature describing the biological activities of dipyridamole in various settings of testing. […] Dipyridamole is an approved antiplatelet drug, that has been used to prevent stroke, among other indications. […] Besides its antithrombotic activity, the literature indicates that dipyridamole also promotes a host of other biological activities including antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant ones. […] Dipyridamole may substantially help improve the clinical outcomes of COVID-19 treatment. […] Initial clinical trials have shown a substantial promise for dipyridamole in treating critically ill COVID-19 patients, yet larger randomized and controlled trials are needed to confirm this promise.
33016678 From this point of view, it is worth further studying the treatment of patients with COVID-19 with dipyridamole, which, with its antiviral activity and anti-inflammatory effect, inhibiting acute inflammation and progressive fibrosis, is the drug of choice, especially for patients with early signs of elevated D-dimer concentrations and pronounced clinical symptoms of microangiopathy.