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Lack of interferon production by dipyridamole


, : Lack of interferon production by dipyridamole. Journal of Interferon Research 8(2): 135-136

Dipyridamole, previously reported to be an interferon (IFN) inducer in mice, was evaluated in 43 normal volunteers or cancer patients. At doses ranging from 150 mg orally to 887 mg intravenously, no serum antiviral activity suggesting IFN induction was observed.

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PMID: 3379323

DOI: 10.1089/jir.1988.8.135


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