Interferon Alfacon-1

Category: Hepatitis

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Interferon alfacon-1 is a recombinant synthetic type I interferon used for the treatment of hairy cell leukemia, malignant melanoma and AIDS-related Kaposi's sarcoma.[1] References ^ DrugBank DB00069 vteImmunostimulants (L03)EndogenousCytokinesColony-stimulating factors G-CSF Filgrastim / Pegfilgrastim Lenograstim GM-CSF Molgramostim Sargramostim SCF Ancestim Interferons alpha: Albinterferon Interferon alfa natural Interferon alfa 2a / Peginterferon alfa-2a Interferon a...

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Interferon Alfacon-1
  • Injection: 15mcg/0.5ml, 30mcg/ml, 9mcg/0.3ml
  • Vial: 30ug/ml
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