Celtron Code 19 Preliminary Study of Antibody Drug Recovery Time

Celtron Code 19 Preliminary Study of Antibody Drug Recovery Time

South Korean drugmaker Cell Salon Inc. said Friday that patients were treated with the experimental Covid 19 antibody drug, which has improved recovery time by at least 44% in a small-scale trial in the early stages.
The result is better for Celtron, which plans to receive conditional approval for the one-of-a-kind antibody treatment, CT-P59, for emergency use in South Korea by the end of this year.
In this global Phase 1 trial that admitted 18 patients with mild symptoms of code 19, 15 participants who received treatment had a recovery time of approximately 44% faster than three in a placebo group. Was more than people.
None of the patients in this study had yet needed hospitalization or other antiviral therapy as a result of Code 19, and there were no significant treatment issues.
Celtrin, which is planning Phase 2 and 3 of the global drug trial, said last month that it had received formal approval from South Korea for Phase 3 clinical trials.
The third phase of the trial will be conducted on about 1,000 patients with asymptomatic corona virus and those who have been in close contact with 19 Kovid patients in Korea.
South Korea has developed a state-of-the-art antibody drug, which has been developed against the corona virus and designed to prevent it from attaching to human cells.
Celtron began commercial production of the drug in September, with demand in both the domestic and overseas markets expected to reach about 1 10 million doses.
Monoclonal antibodies make copies of body-made antibodies to fight infection.
Developers of Code-19 antibody treatments include US firms Eli Lilly and Regeneron, Roche and Novartis.
So far no monoclonal antibody has been approved against covid-19.

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