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  • noun A diaminopyrimidine dihydrofolate reductase inhibitor being developed for the treatment of skin and tissue infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria.


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  • Later Wednesday the same panel will consider Targanta Therapeutics Corp. 's oritavancin and will look at iclaprim by Swiss biotech company Arpida Ltd. Thursday.

    FDA Panel Backs Theravance's MRSA Antibiotic 2008

  • On Wednesday the panel is expected to vote on Theravance Inc. 's telavancin and Targanta Therapeutics Corp. 's oritavancin before considering iclaprim by Swiss biotech company Arpida Ltd. Thursday.

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  • ICAAC-IDSA: Investigational Antibiotic as Effective as Linezolid for Skin Infections WASHINGTON -- The investigational antibiotic iclaprim is as effective as linezolid (Zyvox) in treating skin and soft-tissue infections caused by methicillin-resistant WASHINGTON -- A dozen cases of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus - medical news plus CME for physicians 2009

  • In December 2007, Arpida announced the enrolment of the first patients in a Phase II clinical study with intravenous iclaprim in the treatment of patients with hospital-acquired pneumonia

    Health News from Medical News Today 2008

  • The rejection was expected because results from Phase III clinical trials showed that patients taking iclaprim (a trimethoprim-like antibiotic) had lower cure rates than Pfizer's

    Bio Job Blog 2008

  • This means that it is unlikely that FDA will approve iclaprim to treat complicated skin and soft structure infections (cSSIs).

    Bio Job Blog 2008

  • (iclaprim), 12.8 mg/ml concentrate for solution for infusion.

    Health News from Medical News Today 2009


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