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LICART Drug Profile

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When do Licart patents expire, and when can generic versions of Licart launch?

Licart is a drug marketed by Ibsa Inst Bio and is included in one NDA.

The generic ingredient in LICART is diclofenac epolamine. There are forty-seven drug master file entries for this compound. Six suppliers are listed for this compound. Additional details are available on the diclofenac epolamine profile page.

Summary for LICART
US Patents:0
Formulation / Manufacturing:see details
What excipients (inactive ingredients) are in LICART?LICART excipients list
DailyMed Link:LICART at DailyMed
Drug patent expirations by year for LICART
DrugPatentWatch® Estimated Generic Entry Opportunity Date for LICART
Generic Entry Date for LICART*:
Constraining patent/regulatory exclusivity:

*The generic entry opportunity date is the latter of the last compound-claiming patent and the last regulatory exclusivity protection. Many factors can influence early or later generic entry. This date is provided as a rough estimate of generic entry potential and should not be used as an independent source.

US Patents and Regulatory Information for LICART

Applicant Tradename Generic Name Dosage NDA Approval Date TE Type RLD RS Patent No. Patent Expiration Product Substance Delist Req. Exclusivity Expiration
Ibsa Inst Bio LICART diclofenac epolamine SYSTEM;TOPICAL 206976-001 Dec 19, 2018 RX Yes Yes   Get Started Free   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
>Applicant >Tradename >Generic Name >Dosage >NDA >Approval Date >TE >Type >RLD >RS >Patent No. >Patent Expiration >Product >Substance >Delist Req. >Exclusivity Expiration

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