Pexelizumab

Category: Heart (Cardiac)



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Pexelizumab is a drug designed to reduce side effects of coronary artery bypass grafting[1] and angioplasty,[2][3] among other types of cardiac surgery. It is a single chain variable fragment of a monoclonal antibody targeted against component 5 of the complement system.[4] Current status Alexion, the developer of pexelizumab, stopped development when the phase 3 trial indicated the heart-attack drug is no better than placebo....

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