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Indinavir

Crixivan (indinavir) is a small molecule pharmaceutical. Indinavir was first approved as Crixivan on 1996-03-13. It is used to treat acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in the USA. It has been approved in Europe to treat HIV infections. Crixivan's patent is valid until 2021-02-10 (FDA).
Trade Name Crixivan
Common Name Indinavir
Indication acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, hiv infections
Drug Class Antivirals: HIV protease inhibitors (saquinavir type)
Indinavir
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