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Another monoclonal drug from Lilly’s biotechnology center, galcanezumab, treats migraine.
The center’s research produced the psoriasis drug Taltz, (ixekizumab), a monoclonal antibiody approved by the Food and Drug Administration last year.
Hill and colleagues treated 48 transplant patients with tocilizumab, a monoclonal antibody approved to treat rheumatoid arthritis that blocks the IL-6 receptor on cell surfaces.
But investors were more focused on data from the Mystic study of Imfinzi, a monoclonal antibody designed to make a patient’s immune system attack tumors.
The drug, a monoclonal antibody called cirmtuzumab, is named after CIRM, which funded the research that produced the drug.
Tezepelumab, an injectable drug, is a monoclonal antibody — a term that refers to how it's made.
Canakinumab itself is a type of medicine called a monoclonal antibody.
The next level would include tissue-sparing surgery, radiation and basic chemotherapy; a third would include reconstruction with implants and chemotherapy with monoclonal antibodies like Herceptin.
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medical Definition of monoclonal
- a monoclonal tumor
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