These estimated drug patent expiration dates and generic entry opportunity dates are calculated from analysis of known patents covering drugs. Many factors can influence early or late generic entry. This information is provided as a rough estimate of generic entry potential and should not be used as an independent source. The methodology is described in this blog post.
Generic name: rifamycin
DrugPatentWatch® Estimated Key Patent Expiration / Generic Entry Date: June 25, 2024
Generic Entry Controlled by: Italy Patent MI20041295
Patent Title: COMPOSIZIONI FARMACEUTICHE ANTIMICROBICHE ORALI
AEMCOLO is a drug marketed by Redhill. There are four patents protecting this drug.
This drug has twenty-eight patent family members in twenty-one countries.
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The generic ingredient in AEMCOLO is rifamycin. There are eleven drug master file entries for this API. Additional details are available on the rifamycin profile page.
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