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so·mat·ro·pin

 (sō-măt′rə-pĭn, sō′-mə-trō′-)
[Greek sōma, body; see teuə- in Indo-European roots + -tropin.]
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somatropin

n somatropina
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once-daily Genotropin. The primary endpoint of the trial is height velocity at 52 weeks.
0.035 mg/kg/day (Genotropin; Pfizer Inc., Zagreb, Croatia), and were gradually increased during the first 6-9 months, along with evaluation of IGF 1 levels.
The European Medicines Association (EMA) has OK'd more than 40 biosimilars, the first one (Omnitrope, a biosimilar of the growth hormone Genotropin) 12 years ago.
The first was the 2007 challenge to Pfizer's human growth hormone drug Genotropin by Omnitrope, produced by Sandoz:
The disposable Genotropin Miniquick[R] contains a single GH dose, and reconstitution is completed by turning the plunger knob to mix the prefilled powder and liquid, providing added convenience for patients who are traveling or visually impaired.
n Genotropin (growth hormone) (5.3 mg) Dh483.50 (Dh528.50)
Prior to 2010, Pfizer Health AB produced its legacy products Genotropin [R] and Somavert [R] in separate facilities.
The move affects: Pfizer's Genotropin, Eli Lilly & Co.'s Humatrope, Novo Nordisk A/S's Norditropin, Roche Holding AG's NutropinAQ, Novartis generics unit Sandoz's Omnitrope, EMD Serono's Saizen, and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.'s Tev-Tropin.
About 75% switched to Norditropin, 65% to Nutropin and Genotropin, 60% to Humatrope, 38% to Saizen, and 36% to Tev-Tropin.