Neupogen


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Neu·po·gen

 (no͞o′pə-gĕn′, -gən, nyo͞o′-)
A trademark for the drug filgrastim.
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The 50-50joint venture was launched in 1984 to fund the global development of Epogen (epoetin alfa) and, over time, was expanded to include Neupogen (filgrastim), Neulasta (pegfilgrastim), Aranesp (darbepoetin alfa), Nplate (romiplostim) and brodalumab.
The unanimous ruling overturns an appeals court ruling in favor of California-based Amgen that had barred competitor Sandoz from selling its biosimilar of Neupogen (filgrastim) until 6 months after Food and Drug Administration approval.
The drug, Neupogen, is the first ever approved for the treatment of acute radiation injury.
He also managed production operations for two of the company's flagship drugs, Neupogen and Neulasta.
This market is substantial in size and currently includes drugs such as Neupogen, Neulasta, Leukine and Revolade.
s drug Neupogen before granting marketing approval.
Amgen expects to enlarge its Neupogen and Neulasta bulk protein manufacturing facility, licensed in 2005, and the newly built Epogen and Aranesp bulk plant.
The company's flagship drugs, including Epogen, Neupogen, Neulasta, Enbrel and Aranesp, all posted sales gains and helped push revenues to $3.
The author profiles companies such as Amgen, which has made a success by bringing Epogen and Neupogen, artificial versions of naturally occurring enzymes, to market during the past 20 years.
The charges involve drugs such as Neupogen, which is used to treat cancer and HIV, Gammagard for HIV patients, and Epogen for cancer and AIDS.
AMD-3100, in combination with Neupogen, is currently in Phase II clinical trials to evaluate its potential to increase stem cells available for transplant, improve the transplantation procedure, and enhance patient outcome, AnorMED reports.
His physician prescribed Valcyte for CMV, Kaletra for his HIV, and Neupogen to boost his white blood cell count.