Bimatoprost is a drug used to treat Glaucoma - excess pressure within the eye. It currently has more than 2 million prescriptions per year in the US alone. Marketed, usually as eye-drops, under the brand names Lumigan, Latisse, Vistitan and others.
Its mechanism of action is unknown. No prostamide receptor has yet been identified. See : Wikipedia
Note: Its also used to treat excess eyelash growth - also with an unknown mechanism of action.
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