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|Target||Interferon α/β receptor|
|Chemical and physical data|
|Molar mass||145.12 kg/mol|
The most common adverse effect in the study was shingles, which occurred in 5% of patients in the low-dose group, to 10% in the high-dose group, and to 2% in the placebo group. Overall adverse effect rates were comparable in all groups.
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