What investigational drug names are used in clinical study listings
Clinical study listings may use one or more names for the same investigational drug. All investigational drugs have a registry name and an assigned number, for example, BMS-123456.
In early development, an investigational drug
may be called by its chemical type. The investigational drug
may also have what's called a generic or compound name.
Once an investigational drug
is approved, it will receive a brand name, the name by which the drug is marketed and how people may know it. The drug name appears as "BRAND (generic)."