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Analgecine (brand name AGC) is discontinued[1] extracts of Vaccinia-inoculated rabbit skin used as an analgesic, that had been approved for the treatment of back pain and neuralgia in China.[1][2]


  1. ^ a b Name, Drug (2 October 2021). "Analgecine - Vanway Pharmaceutical". AdisInsight. 29 Sep 2021 Discontinued - Phase-III for Neuropathic pain in China (Infusion)
  2. ^ Dong, Jian; Tu, Hung-Ping; Ding, Wen-Yuan; Ding, Yue; Li, Jin; Zhang, Xue-Li; Fan, Cun-Yi; Dong, Hai-Long; Wu, Yi-Chia; Wang, Sebrina Su-Jung; Lin, Chen-Lung Steve (2016). "Analgecine, the extracts of Vaccinia-inoculated rabbit skin, effectively alleviates the chronic low back pain with little side effect – A randomized multi-center double-blind placebo-controlled phase 3 clinical trial". Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications. 2: 16–24. doi:10.1016/j.conctc.2015.11.002. ISSN 2451-8654. PMC 5935851. PMID 29736443.

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