Medical Definition of Polyethylene glycol-uricase

1. Uricase covalently attached to polyethylene glycol, modifying 71% of amino groups and retaining 11% of activity without eliciting antibody response in mice or man; used for lowering serum uric acid Synonym: peg-uricase, methoxypolyethylene glycol uricase (26 Jun 1999)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polyethylene Glycol-uricase

polyether
polyetheretherketone
polyetherimide
polyetherimides
polyethers
polyethersulfone
polyethersulfones
polyethersulphone
polyethersulphones
polyethism
polyethoxylated
polyethylene
polyethylene glycol
polyethylene glycol-glutaminase-asparaginase
polyethylene glycol-superoxide dismutase
polyethylene glycol-uricase (current term)
polyethylene glycol dehydrogenase
polyethylene glycols
polyethylene terephthalate
polyethylene terephthalates
polyethyleneglycol-asparaginase
polyethyleneimine
polyethyleneimines
polyethylenes
polyethylenic
polyethylenimine
polyextremophile
polyextremophilic
polyfactorial
polyfill

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