Adenosine is one of the “small gods” in cardiology. Where there is supraventricular tachycardia, it has its presence. 1. Learn more about “adenosine” Adenosine, the full name of adenine nucleotides, has two main sources in the body: ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is dephosphorylated and converted to ADP, then dephosphorylated… Continue Reading Adenosine is good, but pay attention to these problems
The future of rindopepimut seems to be bright in 2015. The results of three clinical trials have shown that this peptide tumor therapeutic vaccine can elicit an immune response and delay polymorphic glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). The disease progression of the patient. GBM is the most malignant brain cancer. The… Continue Reading Bronze Age of Glioblastoma Immunotherapy
CD20 is a transmembrane phosphoprotein located on the surface of B lymphocytes, mainly expressed in the pre-B cell to mature B cell stage. Anti-CD20 mAb exerts efficacy in killing B cell-derived tumors by antibody-dependent cytotoxicity (ADCC), complement-dependent cytotoxicity (CDC), and inhibition of cell growth (direct inhibition) by binding to… Continue Reading Progress in the development of new drugs for global hot targets: CD20 monoclonal antibody
In 2010, with the support of the international drug purchasing agency UNITAID, the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) was established in Geneva. MPP negotiates with the original pharmaceutical company on the voluntary license of the drug patent. The original drug company puts its drug patent into the patent pool, and… Continue Reading Medicines Patent Pool: chicken ribs or opportunities?
Handling wounds, which is better? 1. Purple syrup Many people broke their legs and painted some purple syrup. The wound was purple. But in fact, purple syrup is not recommended for wound treatment. Because after applying the purple syrup, it will form a layer of sputum on the… Continue Reading Purple syrup, red syrup, alcohol, iodophor… Which treatment is good for wounds?
The onset of allergic rhinitis not only brings many troubles to the patient’s work and life, but also may cause serious adverse reactions to patients due to irrational use of drugs. The following authors talk about the differences between commonly used drugs for the treatment of allergic rhinitis according… Continue Reading The difference between commonly used drugs for allergic rhinitis
Clinical outcomes are one of the gold standards for assessing the availability of new drugs, which often determines their reputation after listing. As a “living drug”, CAR-T therapy is to collect blood from patients, transport blood samples to the production GMP center, extract and purify T cells, lentivirus transfection… Continue Reading CAR-T production, outsourcing or building your own factory?
Oral ulcer Oral ulcers, commonly known as “mouth sores”, are ulcerative lesions of the oral mucosa. The symptoms are more common in the inner side of the lips, the tongue, the abdomen, and the buccal mucosa. When the oral ulcers occur, the pain is strong, and the local burning… Continue Reading Drugs that can cause oral problems
Not recommended Aspirin: acetylsalicylic acid Function characteristics: antipyretic and analgesic effect is strong and rapid, and also has anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, anti-thrombosis effect. The main adverse reactions: the most common adverse reactions are gastrointestinal reactions, and even can cause gastric ulcer and stomach bleeding; damage to liver and kidney function;… Continue Reading About children’s antipyretics
There is an uncle, 50 years old, slightly fat, hyperuricemia for more than 10 years, blood uric acid highest 620μmol / L, the lowest after diet control is 540μmol / L. He usually does not need medicine, and he uses a painkiller when there is a gout attack. A… Continue Reading Why are so many people unable to get rid of gout?