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Pharmaceutical Grade High Quality GS-441524 Injection For FIP Cat Treatment

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Pharmaceutical Grade High Quality GS-441524 Injection For FIP Cat Treatment
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Active Ingredient: GS-441524
Form: Injections
Packaging: 10 Vial Per Box
Product Name: GS-441524 Injections
Route Of Administration: Intramuscular Or Subcutaneous
Storage: Cool Dry Place
Strength: 20mg/mL, 5.5mL
Shelf Life: 12 Months
Grade: Pharmaceutcial Grade
Function: Cat FIPV Treatment
Test Method: HPLC UV
Shipping Method: Air(UPS, FedEx, TNT, EMS) Or Sea
CAS: 1191237-69-0
Molecular Weight: C12H13N5O4
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Pharmaceutical Grade GS-441524 Injection


FIP Cat Treatment GS-441524 Injection


High Quality GS-441524 Injection

Basic Infomation
Brand Name: FIPNOPE
Model Number: 20mg/mL 5.5mL
Payment & Shipping Terms
Packaging Details: 10 vials/ box
Delivery Time: 2-3 days
Payment Terms: Western Union, T/T, MoneyGram, Paypal
Supply Ability: 100000 vials per month
Product Description

Pharmaceutical Grade High Quality GS-441524 Injection For FIP Cat Treatment


Product Description


Appearance Transparent liquid
GS Standard 99.5%min
Size 5.5 mL
Content 20mg/mL
Application For CAT FIP R&D Use ONLY


GS-441524 is a nucleoside analog antiviral drug that has shown promise in treating feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), a viral disease caused by certain strains of feline coronavirus. FIP is a serious and often fatal disease in cats, especially in young kittens and cats with weakened immune systems.GS-441524 works by inhibiting viral replication, which can help reduce the severity of FIP symptoms and improve the cat's quality of life.


Mechanism of Action: GS-441524 works by interfering with the replication process of certain viruses, including feline coronaviruses. It's a nucleoside analog, which means it mimics the building blocks of viral RNA. When the virus tries to replicate using GS-441524, it introduces errors into its genetic material, ultimately leading to the inhibition of viral replication.


FIP and Coronaviruses in Cats: Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is caused by a type of coronavirus known as feline coronavirus (FCoV). There are two forms of FCoV: the more common and usually benign feline enteric coronavirus (FECV), and the less common but more severe feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV). FIPV can mutate from FECV within a cat's body, leading to the development of FIP.


Recommended dosage:



Ascites / pleural effusion: 0.5mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue

FIP(Wet):0.4mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue

FIP(Dry): 0.6mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue

Eye / nerve entry: 0.7mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue
Recurrence: 0.9 mL/ kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue


Precautions for injection


(1) Injection method.

Subcutaneous injection, 0.3mm fine needle is recommended.


(2) Make sure your cat gets enough water.

It is very necessary for your cat to get enough water before and after the injection. If your cat is severely dehydrated, the medicine may not be fully absorbed. If you suspect that your cat may be dehydrated, ask your veterinarian for help on how to get enough fluids.


(3) Choose the right injection site.

Find a piece of loose skin. Generally speaking, the skin between the neck and back of a cat is the most loose skin.


(4) Inject medicine.

If you notice blood or medicine coming out of the injection site, use a clean cotton ball to gently press the injection site until the secretion stops.

This should only take a minute or so, but if your cat moves around too often, it may take longer.


(5) Correctly dispose of used needles.

Do not put uncovered needles in the trash can, as this may cause infection to people.

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