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ViiV Healthcare is a pharmaceutical company specialising in the development of therapies for HIV that was created as a joint venture by Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline in November 2009 with both companies transferring their HIV assets to the new company. In 2012 Shionogi joined the company. 76.5% of the company is now owned by GlaxoSmithKline, 13.5% by Pfizer and 10% by Shionogi. This ownership structure may change depending upon the achievement of certain milestones.ViiV Healthcare's products have a market share of approximately 19 percent of the global HIV market, which makes it the second largest health care company, following after Gilead Sciences, that is working on the treatment of HIV.ViiV Healthcare's headquarters are in Brentford in the United Kingdom and it has sites in a number of other countries including; the United States, Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Spain and Switzerland. Wikipedia.


Spreen W.R.,Glaxosmithkline | Margolis D.A.,Glaxosmithkline | Pottage J.C.,ViiV Healthcare
Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS | Year: 2013

PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Long-acting antiretroviral (ARV) drugs may improve adherence to therapy and extend opportunities for therapeutic or prophylactic intervention to underserved patient populations. This review focuses on recent advances in the development of small molecule long-acting injectable ARV agents. RECENT FINDINGS: The need for combination ART and physicochemical and dosing limitations of current ARV drugs impede attempts to redevelop them as long-acting injectable formulations. However, the intrinsic properties of rilpivirine, a nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor, and GSK1265744, an HIV-1 integrase strand transfer inhibitor, have enabled crystalline nanoparticle formulations to progress to clinical trials. SUMMARY: Investigational long-acting injectable nanoformulations of rilpivirine and GSK1265744 are clinical-stage development candidates. Complementary pharmacologic properties of both agents - different mechanisms of action, resistance profiles, metabolic pathways, lack of drug interactions and low daily oral doses - offer the potential for combination use. Phase I studies of the pharmacokinetics and safety of each long-acting formulation alone and in combination indicate that a monthly dosing regimen is possible for HIV treatment. An ongoing phase IIb trial of oral GSK1265744 and oral rilpivirine is evaluating this two-drug regimen for maintenance of virologic suppression; results will inform future studies using the injectable formulations. Additional preclinical and clinical studies indicate a potential use of each agent for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis. © 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health. Source


Patent
ViiV Healthcare and Shionogi & Co. | Date: 2014-03-14

The present invention is to provide a novel compound (I) shown below, having the anti-virus activity; particularly the HIV integrase inhibitory activity, and a drug containing the same, particularly an anti-HIV drug, as well as a process and an intermediate thereof. (wherein


Patent
Shionogi & Co. and ViiV Healthcare | Date: 2015-04-30

The present invention is to provide a novel compound (I) shown below, having the anti-virus activity; particularly the HIV integraso inhibitory activity, and a drug containing the same, particularly an anti-HIV drug, as well as a process and an intermediate thereof. (wherein


The present invention relates to processes for the preparation of the compound VIIa:


Patent
Shionogi & Co. and ViiV Healthcare | Date: 2015-08-05

The present invention features compounds that are prodrugs of HIV integrase inhibitors and therefore are useful in the delivery of compounds for the inhibition of HIV replication, the prevention and/or treatment of infection by HIV, and in the treatment of AIDS and/or ARC.

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