Active Ingredient History
CMX157 is a lipid (1-0-hexadecyloxypropyl) conjugate of the acyclic nucleotide analog tenofovir (TFV) with activity against both wild-type and antiretroviral drug-resistant HIV strains, including multidrug nucleoside/nucleotide analog-resistant viruses. CMX157 was designed to mimic lysophosphatidylcholine to take advantage of natural lipid uptake pathways and to achieve high intracellular concentrations of the active antiviral, with the aim of increasing the effectiveness of TFV against wild-type and mutant HIV. CMX157 demonstrated potential to effectively suppress replication of multiNRTI-resistant (MNR) HIV that cannot be treated with any currently available NRTIs, including TDF. It is in phase II clinical trial for HIV infections in USA and phase Ib portion of the phase I/II trial for Hepatitis B in Thailand (PO). NCATS
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