Fomivirsen

Category: Antiviral



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Fomivirsen (brand name Vitravene) is an antisense antiviral drug that was used in the treatment of cytomegalovirus retinitis (CMV) in immunocompromised patients, including those with AIDS. It was administered via intraocular injection.[1] It was discovered at the NIH and was licensed and initially developed by Isis Pharmaceuticals, which subsequently licensed it to Novartis.[2] It was licensed by the FDA for CMV in Aug 1998, and was the first antisense drug th...

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Fomivirsen
  • Injection: 6.6mg/ml
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