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alpha-interferon

Definitions

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  • noun a form of interferon that is produced endogenously and commercially for its pharmacological effects (including regulation of the immune system and antiviral and antineoplastic effects)

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Examples

  • Reishi also shrinks tumors according to clinical studies by increasing T-cell and alpha-interferon production.

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  • Until recently, one form of this substance, alpha-interferon (also called interferon A) was the only treatment for HCV infection approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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  • They followed ten patients who had been taking alpha-interferon therapy from 1984 through 1986.

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  • Pensati P, Porzio S, Vegnente A (1995) Is alpha-interferon treatment useful in children with non-B, non-C chronic hepatitis?

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  • HSOs stimulate the body to produce natural alpha-interferon.

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  • HSOs stimulate the body to produce natural alpha-interferon.

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  • Drugs such as alpha-interferon and lamivudine are sometimes successful for managing or eradicating chronic hepatitis B.

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  • Currently, several biotechnology companies have used plant biotechnology to produce protein pharmaceuticals, such as glucocerebrosidase to treat Gaucher disease in our case, lipase to treat cystic fibrosis, alpha-interferon, lactoferrin, and others, which are under evaluation in human studies

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  • Drugs such as alpha-interferon and lamivudine are sometimes successful for managing or eradicating chronic hepatitis B.

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  • If you find that these treatments are not effective for your case, your physician may recommend that you undergo major procedures to get rid of your genital warts, such as alpha-interferon injections, cryosurgery (freezing), CO2 laser surgery, and loop electrosurgical excision procedure.

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