Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019523/001.

Names and composition

"CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019523/001 CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 7.25% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019523/001 CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 7.25% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

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Answered questions

HOW CAN DISSOLVE THE CYSTEINE IN BASIC SOLUTION WITHOUT IT'S OXIDATION TO CYSTINE AND HOW CAN PROTECT IT?
I don't want to add any antioxidant to my solution because they will interfere to my next synthesis. Asked by William Postle 1 year ago.

L- Cysteine (β-Mercapto-L -alanine) are normally used as either the acid (as HCl) or free base. Aqueous solutions of the hydrochloride (as 0.8 M *HCl salt) have a pH of about 1.0. Aqueous solutions of the free base (again at 0.8M, often in the form of a zwitter ion) have a pH of about 3.5. These are both acidic solutions. If you cannot use acidic solutions, and are not reacting the -SH in your next step, use the Cystine in basic solution for you synthesis and then follow with Mercaptoethanol or Dithiothreitol to cleave the dimers. If your next step is a reaction on the -SH, and the solution must be basic, you are out of luck. Some oxidation will always take place, you cannot avoid it. Answered by Marylin Kounkel 1 year ago.


Advice please?????????????????
I feel good when I take my emergen c it wrks really fast foes that mean nothin has compromised my immune system ?? Asked by Marlen Waldman 1 year ago.

Fructose, citric acid, natural flavors, tapioca maltodextrin, silica, red beet juice concentrate, malic acid, glycine, aspartic acid, tartaric acid, and cysteine hydrochloride.... is the ingredient list...fructose is not good for the body, natural flavors are not natural.....and then it goes on to say...The label claims have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your healthcare professionals before taking any dietary supplements. I has not been evaluated by the FDA, is not intended to TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT - you are wasting your $$$. It is far better to eat healthy rather than take - what are you taking do you know exactly? Eat a healthy diet of certified organic (organic at the least) fresh fruits/vegetables and meats and drink pure water. If the food can't turn bad - it is bad for you. "When diet is WRONG, medicine is of no use. When diet is CORRECT, medicine is of no need" An ancient Ayuverdic proverb. Answered by Grant Mecias 1 year ago.


CAS NUMBER required?
what is CAS number of following; 1. HEPTAKIS(2,6 DI-O-METHYL)-B-CYCLODEXTRIN 2. L-CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE MONOHYDRATE (HS NUMBER 29309016000)3. GUANIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE (HS NUMBER 29252900900)4. 2- (cyclohexylamino) ethane sulphonic acid (HS number 29213099900)5. FETUIN... Asked by Ludie Yusuf 1 year ago.

what is CAS number of following; 1. HEPTAKIS(2,6 DI-O-METHYL)-B-CYCLODEXTRIN 2. L-CYSTEINE HYDROCHLORIDE MONOHYDRATE (HS NUMBER 29309016000) 3. GUANIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE (HS NUMBER 29252900900) 4. 2- (cyclohexylamino) ethane sulphonic acid (HS number 29213099900) 5. FETUIN from fetal calf serum (HS number 30021091000) Answered by Annabelle Mikko 1 year ago.

When I searched the link asked me to pay I give you the link but not sure it will help you Answered by Jerald Mcghaney 1 year ago.


I have hypothyroidism can i take these tablets help me please?
It includes Each capsule contains ( average ):- %RDA Thiamine (Vit B1) 10.0 mg 714 Riboflavin (Vit B2) 10.0 mg 625 Niacin 20.0 mg 111 Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 5.00 mg 250 Folacin 9.0 ug 4.5 Vitamin B12 2.0 ug 200 Biotin 0.02 mg 13 Pantothenic Acid 10.0 mg 167 Calcium 28.0 mg 4 Phosphorus 22.0 mg 3 Iron 12.0 mg 86... Asked by Nelida Maree 1 year ago.

It includes Each capsule contains ( average ):- %RDA Thiamine (Vit B1) 10.0 mg 714 Riboflavin (Vit B2) 10.0 mg 625 Niacin 20.0 mg 111 Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 5.00 mg 250 Folacin 9.0 ug 4.5 Vitamin B12 2.0 ug 200 Biotin 0.02 mg 13 Pantothenic Acid 10.0 mg 167 Calcium 28.0 mg 4 Phosphorus 22.0 mg 3 Iron 12.0 mg 86 Zinc 2.0 mg 13 Also contains : Choline 50.0 mg * Copper 50.0 ug * Inositol 50.0 mg * Manganese 16.0 ug * Para Amino Benzoic Acid 10.0 mg * Yeast, Basic primary 100.0mg * Gelatine Powder ( Hydrolysed) 50.0 mg * L-Cysteine Hydrochloride 30.0 mg * Dl-Methionine 30.0 mg * ALSO it says it contains soy ( and i heard thats bad for people with hypothyroidism) Answered by Albert Vari 1 year ago.

You can take a good multivitamin but if it has iron and calcium in it wait four hours after taking your Thyroid medicine so it doesn't interfere with it's absorption. Take your Thyroid med the very first thing in the morning before eating. Take it at the same time every day. Your Thyroid needs iodine to manufacture it's Thyroid Hormones such as T4 into T3. So, make sure you use iodized salt, eat plenty of seafood etc. Especially in the Midwest Region. We were known as the goiter belt before the seventies. Now, we have shied away from using table salt and we are seeing iodine deficiencies. Also, limit your intake of raw vegetables of the Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower families. Cook these vegetables and there is no limit to what you can eat. (Eating these vegetables raw in >1 cup amounts gives me increased Hypothyroidism symptoms by the next day; especially cold feet). Answered by Georgetta Trickey 1 year ago.

If you are taking thyroid replacement medication, such as Synthroid, you should avoid taking your multi-vitamin by at least 4 hours. Synthroid should be taken in the morning on an empty stomach with plain water. Answered by Miles Mcmenamy 1 year ago.


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