dermatological agent

dermatological agent

[dur′mətōloj′ik]
a drug used to treat reactions or disorders of the skin.
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Three VIMRX compounds are in development: VIMRXynr, chemically synthesized hypericin, an antiviral and anticancer agent; VM201, a Factor IXa inhibitor for selective inhibition of blood clotting to manage the bleeding risk associated with anti-coagulation; and VM301, a dermatological agent with wound healing potential.
Three VIMRX compounds are in development: VIMRxyn(R) chemically synthesized hypericin, for the treatment of HIV, brain cancer, skin diseases, hepatitis C, and blood sterilization; VM201, for selective inhibition of blood clotting to manage the bleeding risk associated with anti-coagulation; and VM301, a dermatological agent with wound healing potential.
May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- CytRx Corporation (NASDAQ: CYTR) announced today the initiation of a human clinical trial investigating the use of TherMax(TM), a proprietary dermatological agent, in experimentally induced allergic skin reactions.
VM201, a novel cardiovascular compound for selective inhibition of blood clotting to manage the bleeding risk associated with anti-coagulation, and VM301, a dermatological agent with wound healing potential.
Three VIMRX compounds are in development: VIMRXyn(R), chemically synthesized hypericin, for the treatment of HIV, brain cancer, skin diseases, hepatitis C, and blood sterilization; VM201, a cardiovascular compound acquired from Columbia University, for selective inhibition of blood clotting to manage the bleeding risk associated with anti- coagulation; and VM301, a dermatological agent with wound healing potential.
In addition, three compounds are in development: VIMRxyn(R), a chemically synthesized hypericin studied for the treatment of HIV, brain cancer, hepatitis C, and blood sterilization; VM201, a cardiovascular compound recently acquired from Columbia University, that selectively inhibits blood clotting so as to manage the bleeding risk associated with anti-coagulation; and VM301, a dermatological agent that has shown wound healing potential.
The pharma industry has potential for improved treatments and increased revenues from dermatological agents.
We believe Thesan offers a unique opportunity for developing completely new classes of dermatological agents, which can be moved rapidly into clinical development," said Peter Bisgaard, Partner at Novo Ventures (US) Inc.
There are also promising dermatological agents currently in development; as discussed in this report, some of those potential market entrants have significant commercial potential.
Dermatology Update has been the vehicle of choice for launching over 90% of all dermatological agents to be introduced to Canadian dermatologists since its inception in 1984.