There is on-going development of generic EU CTD Dossier of Donepezil, tablets, 5-10 mg.
Dossier should be available in December 2006.
Development of this pharmaceutical is carried out according to EU-requirements in country without patent protection or with Bolar-provisions. There will be no sales in those countries where this offer would constitute an infringement of third parties intellectual proprietary rights.
Donepezil (also misspelled donezepil), marketed under the trade name Aricept by its developer Eisai and partner Pfizer, is a centrally acting reversible acetylcholinesterase inhibitor. Its main therapeutic use is in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease where it is used to increase cortical acetylcholine. Its binding to the acetylcholinesterase can be seen at Proteopedia 1eve. It has an oral bioavailability of 100% and easily crosses the blood-brain barrier. Because it has a half life of about 70 hours, it can be taken once a day. Initial dose is 5 mg per day, which can be increased to 10 mg per day after an adjustment period of at least 4 weeks.
More details at: http://www.rxlist.com/aricept-drug.htm
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