Cellcept was developed by a South African geneticist Anthony Allison and his wife Elsie M. Eugui. In the 1970s while working at the Medical Research Council , Allison investigated the biochemical causes of immunune deficiency in children. He discovered the metabolic pathway involving an enzyme, inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase , which is responsible for undesirable immune response in autoimmune diseases , as well as for immune rejection in organ transplantation . He conceived an idea that if a molecule that could block the enzyme is discovered, then, it would become an immunosuppressive drug that could be used for autoimmune diseases and in organ transplantation. In 1981 he decided to go for drug discovery and approached several pharmaceutical companies, which turned him down one by one as he had no primary knowledge on drug research. However, Syntex liked his plans and asked him to join the company with his wife.  He became Vice President for the research. In one of their experiments the Allisons used an antibacterial compound, mycophenolate mofetil, which was abandoned in clinical use due to its adverse effects. They discovered that the compound had immunosuppressive activity.   They synthesised a chemical variant for increased activity and reduced adverse effects.      They subsequently demonstrated that it was useful in organ transplantation in experimental rats.   After successful clinical trials,  the compound was approved for use in kidney transplant by the US Food and Drug Administration on 3 May 1995,  and was commercialised under the brand name CellCept.  
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