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... in Crohn's disease Trial (PROTECT-1) is designed to demonstrate Traficet-EN™'s ... 250 mg once daily, 500 mg once daily or 250 mg twice daily of Traficet-EN. ...

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The agreement encompasses Traficet-EN, a specific CCR9 antagonist currently in a ... Traficet-EN is intended to control the inappropriate inflammatory response ...

ChemoCentryx Presents Positive Results from Phase 1 Clinical Studies of ...

ChemoCentryx Presents Positive Results from Phase 1 Clinical Studies of Traficet - CHICAGO -- ChemoCentryx, Inc. presented positive Phase 1 clinical and : ...

PROTECT-1 Phase II/III Induction-Stage Results for ChemoCentryx's ...

Oral CCR9 Antagonist Demonstrates Clinical Efficacy with Favorable Tolerability ... C-reactive protein (CRP) results confirmed the effect of 500 mg QD Traficet-EN. ...

GlaxoSmithKline and ChemoCentryx enter into drug discovery and ...

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ChemoCentryx Completes Enrollment of PROTECT-1, a Phase II/III Clinical ...

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