Receptor.oc Displays Potent viral suppression through 48 weeks of therapy in ACTG Phase II trial in treatment-experienced HIV patientsSchering-Plough Corporation today announced that results from a Phase II study showed vicriviroc, his experimental CCR5 antagonists showed strong and sustained viral suppression through 48 weeks of therapy in treatment-experienced HIV patients, once-daily once-daily dosing in combination with an optimized ritonavir reinforced protease inhibitor – the anti-retroviral therapy. Vicriviroc is developed an extracellular inhibitor of HIV penetration of penetration of infectious virions in infected CD4 cells block via antagonism of the CCR5 co – receptor lese . These results represent the longest follow-up data reported for CCR5 antagonists date.
‘Completing enrollment in the C117 study reinforces our late-stage clinical late-stage clinical trials,’said. Anthony A. DiTonno, President and CEO, ‘with this milestone, we feel that we are one step closer to potential commercialization of our lead product, NGX-4010.’.
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