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Introduction: Dolasetron

Description of Dolasetron

Dolasetron: A drug that prevents or reduces nausea and vomiting. It belongs to the family of drugs called antiemetics.
Source: National Institute of Health

Dolasetron: An indole derivative with antiemetic activity. As a selective serotonin receptor antagonist, dolasetron mesylate competitively blocks the action of serotonin at 5HT3 receptors, resulting in suppression of chemotherapy- and radiotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. (NCI04)
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