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Clopidogrel molecule, illustration

Clopidogrel molecule, illustration

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Caption

Clopidogrel molecule. Computer model of Clopidogrel (brand name Plavix), an oral antiplatelet agent in the thienopyridine class of drugs. It is used to inhibit the formation of blood clots in coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, and cerebrovascular disease. Carbon atoms are shown in light blue, nitrogen in dark blue, oxygen in red, sulphur in yellow and chlorine in green. The molecule also has 16 hydrogen atoms which are not shown.

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