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Hyperuricemia results from an imbalance between the rates of production and excretion of uric acid. Longstanding hyperuricemia can lead to gout, which is characterized by the deposition of monosodium urate monohydrate crystals in the joints and periarticular structures. Because such deposits are...
Neulasta® (pegfilgrastim) is a PEGylated version of its parent molecule NEUPOGEN® (Filgrastim). This work describes the formulation development for Neulasta® (pegfilgrastim), and the analytical techniques used to monitor degradation during these studies. Stability was assessed as a function of...
PEGylation is a clinically proven strategy for increasing the therapeutic efficacy of protein-based medicines. Our approach to site-specific PEGylation exploits the thiol selective chemistry of the two cysteine sulfur atoms from an accessible disulfide. It involves two key steps: (1) disulfide...
Cyanovirin–N (CV–N) is a potent inhibitor of human immunodeficiency virus and many other viruses. It has a high potential for use as a systemic compound to control viral load or in the development of microbicides to prevent primary viral infection. Due to its cyanobacterial origin it is...
Transglutaminase (TGase, E.C. 184.108.40.206) catalyzes acyl transfer reactions between the γ-carboxamide groups of protein-bound glutamine (Gln) residues, which serve as acyl donors, and primary amines, resulting in the formation of new γ-amides of glutamic acid and ammonia. By using an...
Releasable PEGylation employs customized linkers that reversibly tether a therapeutic moiety with polyethylene glycol polymers. The choice of releasable PEG linkers may have numerous applications that are insufficiently addressed by stable polymer attachment. Releasable PEGylation provides...
PEGylation (i.e. the covalent link of PEG strands) is a well known technique used to improve pharmaceutical properties of bioactive proteins and peptides. Even in cancer therapy some proteins, in particular enzymes, can find many applications, because of their antiproliferative action or ability...
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