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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26073200/investigational-drugs-for-hyperuricemia
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Hania Shahid, Jasvinder A Singh
INTRODUCTION: The unmet need and the growing prevalence of hyperuricemia and its complications worldwide have pushed investigators to identify new agents to manage hyperuricemia. AREAS COVERED: This review discusses the drugs in preclinical and early clinical trials for hyperuricemia, their mechanisms of action and available results. This article reviews a total of 10 novel agents: i) drugs in Phase II/III trials - arhalofenate (MBX201), AC201, RDEA group of drugs (including lesinurad), tranilast, ulodesine (BCX4208); and ii) drugs in Phase I trials, including levotofisopam, UR1102, KX1151, LC350189 and Marine Active...
2015: Expert Opinion on Investigational Drugs
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23327525/new-therapies-for-gout
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Daria B Crittenden, Michael H Pillinger
Gout prevalence is increasing, yet management remains suboptimal. Fortunately, new insights into gout biology are permitting the development of novel, potentially more effective strategies for both gouty inflammation and urate lowering. Colchicine, a drug long used for gout, has been recently approved (for the first time ever) by the FDA, based on a new, safer dosing regimen. The recently appreciated centrality of IL-1β in acute gouty inflammation has prompted studies of agents blocking the IL-1β receptor or soluble IL-1β signaling (canakinumab, rilonacept, anakinra)...
2013: Annual Review of Medicine
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