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BOSTON and EDISON, N.J., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- A sub-analysis of a Phase IIb multinational study(1) with edoxaban(2) - an investigational oral Factor Xa inhibitor - provides insights into why patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation (AF) receiving edoxaban once daily (QD) experienced fewer bleeding events than patients given edoxaban twice a day (BID).
Researchers at Uppsala University, together with colleagues at the Karolinska Institute and the Sanger Institute, have now found all the genes the determine the dosage of the blood-thinning drug warfarin.
A new formula that involves gene testing could equip doctors with a better means of gauging the dosage of the common blood-thinning drug warfarin, according to a new large-scale study.
New analyses led by the University of Cincinnati (UC) show that genetic testing used to guide initial dosing of the blood-thinner warfarin may not be cost-effective for typical patients with atrial fibrillation but may be for patients at higher risk for major bleeding.
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have determined the optimal dose-management strategy to derive maximal benefit from warfarin therapy and improve patient outcomes.
ARYx Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:ARYX), a biopharmaceutical company, today announced it has completed enrollment in EmbraceAC, a Phase 2/3 double-blind clinical trial comparing its oral anticoagulation therapy, ATI-5923, against the leading anticoagulant agent, warfarin.
SeraCare Life Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: SRLS) launched the Company's anticipated genetic controls business with the introduction of two new products at the Association for Molecular Pathology 2008 Annual Meeting.
U.S. scientists say they're using DNA extracted from saliva to customize prescriptions and solve dosing problems that often confound doctors and patients. By using DNA to customize a prescription, researchers at Temple University's School of Pharmacy hope to prevent adverse drug reactions.