factor IX

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factor IX

[′fak·tər ′nīn]
(biochemistry)
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VIMRX has three compounds in development: VIMRxyn(R), chemically synthesized hypericin, in clinical trials for brain cancer and skin diseases; VM201, a Factor IXa inhibitor for selective inhibition of blood clotting without the bleeding risk associated with anti-coagulation; and VM301, a Phase I novel wound healing agent.
Three VIMRX compounds are in development: VIMRXynr, chemically synthesized hypericin, an antiviral and anticancer agent; VM201, a Factor IXa inhibitor for selective inhibition of blood clotting to manage the bleeding risk associated with anti-coagulation; and VM301, a dermatological agent with wound healing potential.
In addition, three compounds are in development: VIMRxyn(R), a chemically synthesized hypericin studied for the treatment of HIV, brain cancer, hepatitis C, and blood sterilization; VM201, a cardiovascular compound recently acquired from Columbia University, that selectively inhibits Factor IXa to manage blood clotting; and, VM301, a wound healing dermatological agent.
REG1 is a two-component system consisting of pegnivacogin, a highly selective Factor IXa inhibitor and anivamersen, its complementary specific active control agent.