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  • n. An integrase inhibitor used to treat HIV infection.

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  • Gilead said the regimen of two experimental drugs called elvitegravir and GS 9350, as well as the combination drug Truvada, is meeting its main goal in the study.

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  • The new drugs are Pfizer's maraviroc, Merck's raltegravir and Gilead's elvitegravir who thinks up these names?

    AIDS Conference in Los Angeles Ends With A Bang

  • The drugs raltegravir and elvitegravir are called integrase inhibitors, which target HIV by inhibiting from using integrase, one of the three enzymes the virus uses to replicate itself in CD4 immune cells.

    AIDS Conference in Los Angeles Ends With A Bang

  • The Quad -- a combination of elvitegravir, an investigational integrase inhibitor, cobicistat or "boosting" agent and Truvada -- is a complete once-daily, single-tablet regimen.

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  • Two of the Quad components are experimental: Elvitegravir, an integrase inhibitor; and cobicistat, an agent that boosts the blood level of elvitegravir but which has no effect on HIV on its own.

  • The HIV medicines tenofovir and emtricitabine, as well as two drugs still in clinical development, cobicistat and elvitegravir, will be manufactured in low-cost copycat form under a licensing agreement signed with AIDS drug lobby group Medicines Patent Pool, the parties announced.

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  • The four-drug pill -- which combines experimental integrase inhibitor elvitegravir and boosting agent cobicistat with Truvada, a pill consisting of Gilead's older HIV drugs Emtriva and Viread -- is seen as the biotechnology company's most important pipeline product.

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  • The combination comprises elvitegravir, an integrase inhibitor, and cobicistat , a so-called 'boosting' agent designed to increase blood levels of HIV drugs.

  • The experimental drugs are elvitegravir and cobicistat, a booster drug similar to ABT Norvir.

  • The licenses will allow for the supply of tenofovir and emtricitabine in 111 countries, for cobicistat in 102 countries, and for elvitegravir and the Quad in 99 countries.

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