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a glycoprotein secreted by the kidneys that stimulates the production of red blood cells

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Following this, a number of biosimilar Erythropoietin alfa have been launched by major companies such as Biocon, Ranbaxy, Emcure Pharmaceuticals.
Two weeks prior to presentation with stent thrombosis the patient had a 50% dose increase of long term erythropoietin.
In addition, the form of erythropoietin used in these experiments did not elevate red blood cell counts.
Erythropoietin protects cardiac myocytes from hypoxia-induced apoptosis through an Akt-dependent pathway.
The erythropoiesis stimulating effects of erythropoietin
Goldwasser failed to patent erythropoietin, allowing Amgen to become the owner of this very valuable franchise.
Anemia management may change somewhat in the near future, as a new erythropoietin analogue is introduced into the Canadian market.
The researchers found a change at a particular spot in a stretch of DNA that controls whether the erythropoietin gene is switched on or off.
The collaboration will help expand the availability of a more cost-effective alternative to erythropoietin medications currently on the market, furthering our ability to take additional costs out of the global healthcare system.
FG-2216 and FG-4592 have a property to increase the production of endogenous erythropoietin (EPO), a kind of hemopoietic factors.
Thousand Oaks, CA, announced it has filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) in Washington, DC requesting that the ITC institute an investigation of Roche Holding AG's, Zurich, Switzerland, importation of pegylated recombinant human erythropoietin (peg-EPO) into the US.
It alleges that the units of the Basel, Switzerland-based company poached six patents related to the manufacture of Epogen, which Amgen developed and replicates as erythropoietin, a glycoprotein secreted by the kidneys that stimulates the production of red blood cells.
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