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Sera (Donor An­i­mals)

Sera from donor animals are used to protect acutely sick patients from dangerous diseases (e.g. botulism toxin) or to prevent the body from rejecting an organ transplant. The appropriate serum is produced by immunising the donor animals against the specific antigen first, to ensure that there is an appropriate amount of antibody in the blood. 

Name De­scrip­tion Mar­ket­ing Au­tho­ri­sa­tion Hold­er Li­cense Num­ber Li­cense Date Use Further Information

Grafalon

An­ti-Hu­man-T-Zell-Lym­phozyten­glob­u­lin vom Kan­inchen

Neovii Biotech GmbH

452a/87 08.02.1988 Kaninchen

Thy­moglob­u­line

Polyk­lonales An­ti-Lym­phozyten-Serum

Gen­zyme Eu­rope B.V.

191a/92 04.08.1994 Kaninchen

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Updated: 28.10.2021