Mononine

Active Ingredient(s): Factor IX Concentrates
Category: Blood Clotting (Hemostasis)



Mononine Overview

1CFH, 1CFI, 1EDM, 1IXA, 1MGX, 1NL0, 1RFN, 2WPH, 2WPI, 2WPJ, 2WPK, 2WPL, 2WPM, 3KCG, 3LC3, 3LC5, 4YZU, 4Z0K, 4ZAE, 4WM0, 4WMA, 4WMI, 4WMK, 4WN2, 4WNH, 5EGM, 5JBC, 5JB9, 5JBB, 5JB8, 5JBAIdentifiersAliasesF9, F9 p22, FIX, HEMB, P19, PTC, THPH8, coagulation factor IX, Blood coagulation factor IX, Christmas FactorExternal IDsOMIM: 300746 MGI: 88384 HomoloGene: 106 GeneCards: F9 Gene location (Human)Chr.X chromosome (human)[1]BandXq27.1Start139,530,758 bp[1]End139,56...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Factor IX Concentrates
  • Injection, 1000unit, 250-1500IU/vial, 250unit, 500unit, Combo
  • Powder: 500-1500IU, 500-1500IU/vial
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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