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  • noun A drug that is an adenosine-regulating agent.


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  • Based on research into the genetic switches that control endurance muscle cells, Dr. Evans and his team decided to give the mice a second drug: AICAR, or acadesine, which was recently licensed by Schering-Plough Corp. and is in late-stage trials for the prevention of problems that can occur during coronary surgery.

    Just Sitting Back to Get in Shape: 2008

  • Write to Mark Schoofs at mark. Corrections & Amplifications AICAR, or acadesine, is injected.

    Just Sitting Back to Get in Shape: 2008

  • PeriCor recently licensed acadesine to Schering-Plough and the compound is in a Phase III clinical trial for the prevention of adverse cardiovascular and cerebrovascular outcomes in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery.

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  • Schering-Plough Corporation has announced the worldwide licensing of acadesine, an investigational, ...



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