Isoniazid-Rifapentine (3HP)

Latent Tuberculosis Infection
Patent oppositions filed in
India and Thailand

Isoniazid-Rifapentine (3HP) is given once-weekly for 12 weeks of treatment for latent tuberculosis (TB) infection.

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Patent Information

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Patent Applications

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CountryFiling datePriority dateApplicantNational numberInternational numberStatusPatent typeMore info
India25-01-2016Sanofi201637002757WO/2015/011161Under ExaminationCombinationView/Comment
India25-01-2016Sanofi201637002758WO/2015/011162Under ExaminationCompositionsView/Comment
Europe (EPO)22-07-2014Sanofi 14741646.5WO2015/011161WithdrawnCompositionsView/Comment
Europe (EPO)22-07-2014Sanofi 14741646.5WO2015/011161WithdrawnCompositionsView/Comment
Europe (EPO)22-07-2014Sanofi14741647.3WO/2015/011162WithdrawnCombinationView/Comment
Europe (EPO)22-07-2014Sanofi14741647.3WO/2015/011162WithdrawnCombinationView/Comment

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Patent Oppositions

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CountryDateWho FiledOpposition typeOpposition statusPatent typeRelated patent applicationMore info
India05-11-2019Ganesh Acharya and Delhi Network of Positive People (DNP+)Pre-GrantUnder ExaminationCombination201637002757View/Comment
India05-11-2019Ganesh Acharya and Delhi Network of Positive People (DNP+)Pre-GrantUnder ExaminationCompositions201637002758View/Comment
Thailand18-12-2019AIDS Access FoundationOtherWithdrawnCombinationPCT/EP2014/065762View/Comment

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