Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Receptor Antagonists [MoA] - N0000175084

Pharmacologic Class Information

Pharmacologic Code N0000175084
Pharmacologic Name Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Receptor Antagonists
Pharmacologic Uses
  • GnRH receptor antagonist
  • gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) receptor antagonist
Pharmacologic Concept Mechanisms of Action - [MoA]
Pharmacologic Concept Description This concept refers to the mechanism of action pharmacologic action at the receptor, membrane, or tissue level. In MED-RT, molecular, subcellular, or cellular effects of drug generic ingredients, organized into a chemical function classification hierarchy, beneath the "Cellular or Molecular Interactions" concept.

NDC Products with Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Receptor Antagonists

The following table contains 9 products whose active ingredient are classified under the same pharmacologic class Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Receptor Antagonists [MoA].

NDC Proprietary Name Non-Proprietary Name Dosage Form Route Name Company Name Status
0074-0038Orilissa Non-Proprietary Name: ElagolixTablet, Film CoatedOralAbbvie Inc.ACTIVE
0074-0039Orilissa Non-Proprietary Name: ElagolixTablet, Film CoatedOralAbbvie Inc.ACTIVE
0548-5001Ganirelix Acetate Non-Proprietary Name: Ganirelix AcetateInjectionSubcutaneousAmphastar Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ACTIVE
55566-1000Ganirelix Acetate Non-Proprietary Name: Ganirelix AcetateInjection, SolutionSubcutaneousFerring Pharmaceuticals Inc.ACTIVE
55566-1010Fyremadel Non-Proprietary Name: Ganirelix AcetateInjection, SolutionSubcutaneousFerring Pharmaceuticals Inc.ACTIVE
71288-554Ganirelix Acetate Non-Proprietary Name: Ganirelix AcetateInjection, SolutionSubcutaneousMeitheal Pharmaceuticals Inc.ACTIVE
72974-120Orgovyx Non-Proprietary Name: RelugolixTablet, Film CoatedOralMyovant Sciences, Inc.ACTIVE
72974-415Myfembree Non-Proprietary Name: Relugolix, Estradiol Hemihydrate, And Norethindrone AcetateTablet, Film CoatedOralMyovant Sciences, Inc.ACTIVE
78206-138Ganirelix Acetate Non-Proprietary Name: Ganirelix AcetateInjection, SolutionSubcutaneousOrganon LlcACTIVE