Kamada and Kedrion Seek FDA Approval of Human Rabies Immunoglobulin as a Post-Exposure Treatment

Kamada and Kedrion, collaborators on development and commercialization of post-exposure treatment for suspected rabies, announced today the filing of a BLA with the FDA On approval by FDA, the product will represent a new option in a market where supply... Biopharmaceuticals, FDA Kamada, Kedrion, rabies, KamRAB
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Source: Advanced Tissue - Category: Dermatology Authors: Tags: Wound Care Source Type: news
We present a new modeling tool that can be used to maximize the impact of canine rabies management resources that are available at the local level. The model is accessible through a web-based interface that allows for flexibility in the management strategies that can be investigated. Rabies vaccin ation, sterilization, chemo-contraception, and euthanasia can be specified and limited to specific demographic groups. Additionally, we allowed for considerable complexity in the specification of management costs. In many areas, the costs of contacting additional dogs increases as management effort increases, and this can have im...
Source: PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases - Category: Tropical Medicine Authors: Source Type: research
In this study we have generated several non-conform vaccine lots by an excessive inactivation with β-propiolactone (BPL) and assessed the capacity of both tests to detect the corresponding consequences. Excessive BPL inactivation causes G-protein unfolding, altering in turn viral morphology and the continuity of the G-protein layer in the viral particle. Both the NIH and the ELISA tests were able to monitor the consequences of excessive inactivation in a similar manner. Of note, the experimental error of the ELISA test was well below that of the NIH test. These results increase the prospect that the ELISA test could b...
Source: Biologicals - Category: Biology Source Type: research
In this study we have generated several non-conform vaccine lots by an excessive inactivation with β-propiolactone (BPL) and assessed the capacity of both tests to detect the corresponding consequences. Excessive BPL inactivation causes G-protein unfolding, altering in turn viral morphology and the continuity of the G-protein layer in the viral particle. Both the NIH and the ELISA tests were able to monitor the consequences of excessive inactivation in a similar manner. Of note, the experimental error of the ELISA test was well below that of the NIH test. These results increase the prospect that the ELISA test could b...
Source: Biologicals : Journal of the International Association of Biological Standardization - Category: Biotechnology Authors: Tags: Biologicals Source Type: research
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Source: Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy - Category: Neuroscience Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 7 May 2019Source: Antiviral ResearchAuthor(s): Zoé Lama, Yves Gaudin, Danielle Blondel, Cécile Lagaudriere-GesbertAbstractRabies virus (RABV) is a neurotropic virus that causes fatal encephalitis in humans and animals and still kills up to 59,000 people worldwide every year. To date, only preventive or post-exposure vaccination protects against the disease but therapeutics are missing. After screening a library of 80 kinases inhibitors, we identified two compounds as potent inhibitors of RABV infection: Tyrphostin 9 and Rottlerin. Mechanism of action studies show that both i...
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Abstract Rabies virus (RABV) is a neurotropic virus that causes fatal encephalitis in humans and animals and still kills up to 59,000 people worldwide every year. To date, only preventive or post-exposure vaccination protects against the disease but therapeutics are missing. After screening a library of 80 kinases inhibitors, we identified two compounds as potent inhibitors of RABV infection: Tyrphostin 9 and Rottlerin. Mechanism of action studies show that both inhibitors interfere with an early step of viral cycle and can prevent viral replication. In presence of Tyrphostin 9, the viral entry through endocytosis...
Source: Antiviral Research - Category: Virology Authors: Tags: Antiviral Res Source Type: research
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Source: Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases - Category: Infectious Diseases Source Type: research
A charmed (?) source for pharmaceuticals, ex-magician John A. Hamlin added the botanicals sassafras and cloves to a chloroform elixir that also contained turpentine, ammonia, and camphor. He then bottled it in Chicago (bottom left) as “Hamlins Wizard Oil.” This magical medicine was peddled as an external liniment and topical remedy for toothache and earache. Unfortunately, Hamlin also began encouraging internal use of his panacea as a cure for headache, diphtheria, pneumonia, rabies, and cancer. (Granted, the roughly 60% alco hol content may have provided imbibers with transient relief from their aches and pain...
Source: Anesthesiology - Category: Anesthesiology Source Type: research
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