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Ototoxicity of topically applied gentamicin using a statistical analysis of electrophysiological measurement.
Biopharmaceutical company Soligenix Inc (OTC BB:SNGX) reported on Thursday the receipt of the patent 8,263,582 entitled "Method of Treating Inflammatory Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract using Topically Active Corticosteroids" from the US Patent Office.
For 30 years, dentists have been treating teeth topically with fluoride to make them more resistant to cavities.
This therapeutic botanical extract has been used for decades internally and topically as an anti-inflammatory agent and wound healer.
The clinical studies, one conducted at Harvard University and the other at the University of British Columbia, were designed to determine safety and tolerability of the drug applied topically in a small number of patients (20 patients per study).
OTC Bulletin Board: ADVR) a bio-pharmaceutical company, announced today that the Company has begun a Phase II study using a topically applied spray formulation of AVR 118 as a wound healing agent.
Revance), today announced it has initiated a Phase Ib clinical trial of the Company's lead drug candidate, a topically delivered botulinum toxin type A gel for the treatment of facial lines and wrinkles.
Topically applied small molecule Hedgehog agonist for the treatment of hair growth disorders (in collaboration with Procter & Gamble):
Should Genentech determine to proceed with development of a topically administered Hedgehog antagonist for the treatment of basal cell carcinoma, Curis would be eligible for cash payments on the achievement of certain future clinical development objectives, if any, as well as a royalty on future product sales.
Drugs delivered topically with NexACT(R) are expected to improve therapeutic outcomes and reduce or eliminate systemic side effects that often accompany oral or injectable medications.
These data are from a Phase I trial that is part of Curis' ongoing collaboration with Genentech to develop a topically administered Hedgehog small molecule antagonist for the potential treatment of BCC.
a Philadelphia area company dedicated to exploring medical applications of topically applied gaseous Nitric Oxide (gNO), today announced that it has raised over $14 million in Series A financing.