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Volociximab (also known as M200) is a chimeric monoclonal antibody jointly developed by PDL BioPharma and Biogen Idec for treatment of a variety of advanced solid tumors. It binds to and inhibits the functional activity of α5β1 integrin.
- Ng, CM; Bai, S; Takimoto, CH; Tang, MT; Tolcher, AW (2009). "Mechanism-based receptor-binding model to describe the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic of an anti-alpha(5)beta (1) integrin monoclonal antibody (volociximab) in cancer patients". Cancer chemotherapy and pharmacology. 65 (2): 207–17. PMID 19468731. doi:10.1007/s00280-009-1023-8.
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