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TRISENOX Drug Profile


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Which patents cover Trisenox, and what generic alternatives are available?

Trisenox is a drug marketed by Cephalon and is included in one NDA.

The generic ingredient in TRISENOX is arsenic trioxide. There are five drug master file entries for this compound. Ten suppliers are listed for this compound. Additional details are available on the arsenic trioxide profile page.

DrugPatentWatch® Litigation and Generic Entry Outlook for Trisenox

A generic version of TRISENOX was approved as arsenic trioxide by FRESENIUS KABI USA on August 31st, 2018.

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Drug patent expirations by year for TRISENOX
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Recent Clinical Trials for TRISENOX

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Orsenix LLCPhase 1
MedsenicPhase 2
FoveaPhase 2

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Paragraph IV (Patent) Challenges for TRISENOX
Tradename Dosage Ingredient NDA Submissiondate
TRISENOX INJECTABLE;INJECTION arsenic trioxide 021248 2015-08-11

US Patents and Regulatory Information for TRISENOX

Applicant Tradename Generic Name Dosage NDA Approval Date TE Type RLD RS Patent No. Patent Expiration Product Substance Delist Req. Exclusivity Expiration
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-001 Sep 25, 2000 DISCN Yes No   Get Started Free   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-002 Oct 13, 2017 AP RX Yes Yes   Get Started Free   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
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Expired US Patents for TRISENOX

Applicant Tradename Generic Name Dosage NDA Approval Date Patent No. Patent Expiration
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-001 Sep 25, 2000   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-001 Sep 25, 2000   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-001 Sep 25, 2000   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-002 Oct 13, 2017   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-002 Oct 13, 2017   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
Cephalon TRISENOX arsenic trioxide INJECTABLE;INJECTION 021248-002 Oct 13, 2017   Get Started Free   Get Started Free
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