Immunotropic

Under certain conditions, immune mechanisms that play an important role in protecting the body from various harmful effects can cause unwanted reactions. Thus, the rejection of transplanted tissues and organs is associated with immunological incompatibility. With tissue incompatibility, the body produces antibodies to the antigens of foreign tissue, which together with lymphoid cells cause its…

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This pharmacological group includes immunomodulators such as interferons. Below is a list of interferons: Interferon beta-1a (Interferonum beta-1a) Cepeginterferon alfa-2b () Interferon alpha-2b human recombinant (Interferonum alpha-2b) Interferon alpha Interferon beta-1b (Interferonum beta-1b) Interferon human recombinant alpha-2 (Interferonum alpha-2b) Interferon alpha-2b (Interferonum alpha-2b) Interferon gamma Interferon alpha-2a (Interferonum alpha-2a) Interferon alpha-2 (Interferonum alpha-2) Interferon beta…

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This pharmacological group includes such immunomodulators as interleukins. Below is a list of interleukins: Interleukin-1 beta (Interleukinum-1b) Aldesleukin Interleukin-2 human recombinant (Interleukinum-2 humanum recombinans)

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This pharmacological group includes such immunomodulators as interferon inducers. Below is a list of interferon inducers: Tiloron Kagocelum Meglumine acridone acetate (Meglumini acridonacetas) Sodium ribonucleate (Natrii ribonucleas) Sodium oxodihydroacridinylacetate (Natrii oxodihydroacridinylacetas)

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This pharmacological group includes such immunomodulators as other immunomodulators. Below is a list of other immunomodulators: Aminobenzoic acid (Acidum aminobenzoicum) Imichimod Umifenovir Methylphenylthiomethyl-dimethylaminomethyl-hydroxybromindol carboxylic acid ethyl ester (Methylphenylthiomethyl-dimethylaminomethyl-hydroxy-bromindol carbonic acid ethyl ester) Bacillus subtilis (Bacillus subtilis) Gamma-D-glutamyl-tryptophan (Gamma-D-glutamyl-L-tryptophanum) Lysates of bacteria [Haemophilus influenzae + Streptococcus pneumoniae + Streptococcus viridans + Streptococcus pyogenes + Klebsiella pneumoniae…

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The group of immunomodulators includes preparations of animal, microbial, yeast and synthetic origin, which have a specific ability to stimulate immune processes and activate immunocompetent cells (T- and B-lymphocytes) and additional factors of immunity (macrophages, etc.). An increase in the general resistance of the body can, to one degree or another, occur under the influence…

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Immunoglobulins are human (animal) proteins that are carriers of antibody activity and are present in blood, cerebrospinal fluid, lymph nodes, spleen, saliva and other tissues. They are synthesized in lymphoid cells, contain carbohydrate groups and can be considered as glycoproteins. In terms of electrophoretic mobility, immunoglobulins are mainly gamma globulins and beta2 globulins. The biological…

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This pharmacological group includes immunotropic agents such as vaccines, sera, phages and toxoids in combinations. Below is a list of vaccines, sera, phages and toxoids in combinations: Vaccine for the prevention of influenza [inactivated] + Azoximer bromide (Vaccinum ad prophylaxim grippi inactivatum + Azoximeri bromidum) Botulinum toxoid + Tetanus toxoid (Anatoxinum botulinicum + Anatoxinum tetanicum)

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