Selective immunosuppressants

A drug may be classified by the chemical type of the active ingredient or by the way it is used to treat a particular condition. Each drug can be classified into one or more drug classes.

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Amevive (Pro, More...)
generic name: alefacept
1 review
   
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10
Rapamune (Pro, More...)
generic name: sirolimus
0 reviews
   
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10
Raptiva (Pro, More...)
generic name: efalizumab
4 reviews
   
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10
Tecfidera (Pro, More...)
generic name: dimethyl fumarate
0 reviews
   
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10
Aubagio (Pro, More...)
generic name: teriflunomide
2 reviews
   
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9.0
Myfortic (More...)
generic name: mycophenolic acid
3 reviews
   
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8.8
Benlysta (Pro, More...)
generic name: belimumab
4 reviews
   
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8.5
Tysabri (Pro, More...)
generic name: natalizumab
40 reviews
   
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8.5
CellCept (More...)
generic name: mycophenolate mofetil
23 reviews
   
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8.3
Gilenya (Pro, More...)
generic name: fingolimod
33 reviews
   
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8.1
Arava (Pro, More...)
generic name: leflunomide
16 reviews
   
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7.1
Afinitor (Pro, More...)
generic name: everolimus
6 reviews
   
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7.0
Orencia (Pro, More...)
generic name: abatacept
7 reviews
   
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6.5
Afinitor Disperz (More...)
generic name: everolimus
0 reviews
   
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0.0
Atgam (Pro, More...)
generic name: lymphocyte immune globulin, anti-thy (equine)
0 reviews
   
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0.0
Nulojix (Pro, More...)
generic name: belatacept
0 reviews
   
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0.0
Orthoclone OKT3 (Pro, More...)
generic name: muromonab-cd3
0 reviews
   
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0.0
Soliris (Pro, More...)
generic name: eculizumab
0 reviews
   
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0.0
Thymoglobulin (Pro, More...)
generic name: anti-thymocyte globulin (rabbit)
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0.0
Zortress (Pro, More...)
generic name: everolimus
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0.0

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