Afamelanotide

Category: Genetic Disorders



Afamelanotide Overview

Afamelanotide (melanotan I, brand name Scenesse) is a synthetic peptide and analogue of α-melanocyte stimulating hormone used to prevent skin damage from the sun in people with erythropoietic protoporphyria in Europe since January 2015, and the United States since October 2019. As a medicine sold under the brand name "Scenesse", it is administered in subcutaneous implant form; the implant lasts for two months. It is under development in other skin disorders in several jurisdictions. I...

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Afamelanotide
  • Implant: 16mg
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