cidofovir


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cidofovir

n cidofovir m
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VV: cidofovir, [EC.sub.50] 6.07; [CC.sub.50] > 300, [SI.sub.50] > 4.9; control assay: crystal violet (cytopathic effect/toxicity).
(2009) Cidofovir: clinical experience and future perspectives on an acyclic nucleoside phosphonate analog of cytosine in the treatment of refractory and premalignant HPV-associated anal lesions.
Sterile product development company InnoPharma Inc stated on Friday that it has introduced the cidofovir injection (generic equivalent of Vistide) in 5mL single-use vials in the US market.
Cidofovir is an acyclic nucleoside phosphonate derivative of cytosine which is converted to an active intracellular metabolite, cidofovir diphosphate, by cellular kinases [14, 41].
A patient is receiving cidofovir for treatment of polyoma virus infection.
Resolution of recalcitrant molluscum contagiosum lesion in HIV infected patients treated with cidofovir. Arch Dermatol 1997; 133: 987-990.
A case of human off in an immunocompromised patient treated successfully with cidofovir cream.
(3) Treatments for respiratory papillomatosis include carbon dioxide ([CO.sub.2]) laser laryngoscopy, photodynamic therapy, alpha- interferon, indole-3-carbinol, and more recently, cidofovir. (3,7)
Topical cidofovir may prevent recurrence after the warts have been treated with liquid nitrogen, she said.
One is cidofovir (Vistide), which is licensed in the United States for treating cytomegalovirus in HIV patients.
Medical management of smallpox (vaccinia) vaccine adverse reactions: vaccinia immune globulin and cidofovir [cited 2010 Nov 29].