Heparin sodium is a sodium glucosamine sulfate, which is a mixture of
molecules with different molecular weights.
Heparin sodium is an anticoagulant drug of mucopolymeric sulfate. Heparin sodium is a sodium salt of aminoglucan sulfate extracted from the intestinal mucosa of pigs or cattle. It belongs to mucosaccharide. In recent years, studies have proved that heparin sodium has the effect of lowering blood lipid.
The sulfonate and carboxylic acids in heparin are heparin if they are acidified. Heparin is followed by heparin sodium.
Heparin sodium is a sodium glucosamine sulfate, which is a mixture of molecules with different molecular weights. The molecule has a linear chain structure composed of hexose or ocose repeating units. Disaccharide trisulfate is the primary disaccharide unit of heparin. After complete hydrolysis, D-glucuramine, D-glucuronic acid, L-aduronic acid, acetic acid and sulfuric acid are produced.
It is the reciprocal derivatives of -D-aminoglucan (N-sulfidized, O-sulfidized, or N-acetylated) and glucuronic acids (-L-edu uronic acid, -D-glucuronic acid) conjugated by glucoside chains. Some of these components have properties that extend the hemagglutination time.
The sulfonate and carboxylic acids in heparin, if they're acidified, are heparin. Heparin is followed by heparin sodium.
Heparin sodium was obtained after NaOH alkalization in heparin solution.
After heparin sodium participates in the strong acid acidification, participates in the solvent to precipitate to get heparin.
Heparin's anticoagulant effect is useful in acidifying conditions. But heparin is simply inactivated. So ordinary storage with heparin sodium storage condition.