hyposensitization

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hyposensitization

[¦hī·pō‚sen·səd·ə′zā·shən]
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This Phase II study in peanut allergy desensitization will be funded by a renewed five year grant from the U.
Their support in undertaking a long term clinical investigation with VIASKIN PEANUT is of immense value in developing a safe, painless and effective form of therapy for food allergy desensitization.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted the Investigational New Drug (IND) application of its lead food allergy desensitization candidate, VIASKIN PEANUT, for the desensitization to peanut allergy.
The trial builds on positive results achieved in an earlier phase II study, which demonstrated the potential clinical benefits of the ToleroMune approach to allergy desensitization.
DBV Technologies will begin clinical investigation of its lead food allergy desensitization candidate, VIASKIN[R] PEANUT, for the desensitization to peanut allergy.
Corixa is dedicated to commercializing MPL in a broad number of product applications, beginning with allergy desensitization, a major but potentially untapped market," said Mark McDade, president and chief operating officer at Corixa.
Current allergy desensitization involves a series of injections of allergen extracts administered by a health care professional initially weekly, later monthly, for up to three years.
The company's product development portfolio includes an allergy desensitization vaccine currently in Phase II/III human trials with a corporate partner, an oral influenza vaccine which has completed a Phase I trial and preclinical vaccine candidates for rotavirus and pediatric respiratory diseases.
ATL) announced today that ATL has acquired the rights to Ribi's MPL immunomodulator for use in their allergy desensitization products.
The Company plans to expand its marketing presence globally, as technologic advances are expected to result in growth in the practice of allergy desensitization.

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