Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein an update on its regulation and mechanism of action

A supportive single-blind , randomized clinical trial comparing high-dose, long-duration treatment (150 U/m 2 once daily for 3 weeks, n=30) of . Acthar Gel with low-dose, short-duration treatment (20 U once daily for 2 weeks, n=29) for the treatment of infantile spasms was also evaluated in infants and children less than 2 years of age. Nonresponders (defined as in the previously described study) in the low-dose group received a dose escalation at 2 weeks to 30 U once daily. Nominal statistical superiority of the high dose treatment, as compared to the low dose treatment, was observed for cessation of spasms but not for the resolution of hypsarrhythmia.

Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein an update on its regulation and mechanism of action

steroidogenic acute regulatory protein an update on its regulation and mechanism of action

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