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Adjuvants on the basis of bisacyloxypropylcystene conjugates and derivatives and their uses in pharmaceutical compositions










Image Number 12 for United States Patent #8119689.

Bisacyloxycysteine type conjugates have been found to be useful as adjuvants and/or immunomodulators for prophylactic and/or therapeutic vaccination in the treatment of infectious diseases, inflammatory diseases, autoimmune diseases, tumors, and allergies, as well as in the control of fertility in human or animal populations. The compounds can be administered by system or mucosal routes and are particularly useful as mucosal adjuvants. These compounds can function as active ingredients in pharmaceutical compositions.








 
 
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