glucocorticosteroid


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Conventional doses of the glucocorticosteroids bind to cytoplasmic receptors, form steroid-receptor complexes which migrate to the nucleus, where they induce or suppress expression of cell-specific genes.
capsules (3 mg) are a first-line locally acting glucocorticosteroid therapy indicated for the induction of remission of mild to moderate active Crohn's disease involving the ileum and/or the ascending colon and maintenance of remission.
While experience in the treatment of this disorder is limited, discontinuation of the drug and glucocorticosteroid therapy is recommended.
56,57) As add-on treatment in children whose asthma is insufficiently controlled by low doses of inhaled glucocorticosteroids, leukotriene modifiers provide moderate clinical improvements, including a significant reduction in exacerbations (52,58,59) (Evidence B).
1]-antagonist diphenhydramine, the anticholinergic agent atropine, the glucocorticosteroid budesonide, or the bradykinin [B.
Glucocorticosteroid therapy for multiple sclerosis: A critical review.
2]-DDE-binding, ultrastructural changes, and effects on glucocorticosteroid secretion in mouse and rat tissue.
We are pleased with the issuance of this very broad patent covering composition of matter and methods of use for TCA and glucocorticosteroid combinations," commented Alexis Borisy, President and CEO of CombinatoRx.
CRx-191 is designed to selectively boost glucocorticosteroid efficacy without enhancing side effects," commented Daniel Grau, Chief Operating Officer of CombinatoRx.
CRx-102 combines the cardiovascular agent dipyridamole and an unconventionally low dose of the glucocorticosteroid prednisolone.
3: Common Inhaled Glucocorticosteroid Treatments for COPD 77