Insect Repellents

Insect Repellents
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Substances causing insects to turn away from them or reject them as food.

DrugDrug Description
DiethyltoluamideAn insect repellant, also known as DEET.
DimethylphthalateNot Annotated
IcaridinIcaridin is indicated for use to repel insects, such as mosquitoes, biting flies, ticks, chiggers, and fleas, via topical use or over clothing .
DiethyltryptamineDiethyltryptamine (DET) is an orally active hallucinogenic agent and a substituted form of tryptamine.
EucalyptolA common ingredient in mouthwash and cosmetics derived naturally from the eucalyptus plant that is frequently used to to improve symptoms of airway mucus hypersecretion.
AmitrazAmitraz is a non-systemic acaricide and insecticide. It was generated in 1969 by the Boots Co. in England. Amitraz presents insect repellent effects and hence, it can be used as...
2-UndecanoneNot Available
Drugs & Drug Targets
IcaridinOdorant binding proteintarget
2-UndecanoneAcyl-coenzyme A thioesterase 13target