Idursulfase

Category: Enzymes



Idursulfase Overview

Idursulfase (brand name Elaprase), manufactured by Shire, is a drug used to treat Hunter syndrome (also called MPS-II).[1] It is a purified form of the lysosomal enzyme iduronate-2-sulfatase and is produced by recombinant DNA technology in a human cell line. It is one of the most expensive drugs ever produced, costing US$567,412 per patient per year.[2][3][4] References ^ Garcia AR, DaCosta JM, Pan J, Muenzer J, Lamsa JC (200...

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Idursulfase
  • Injection: 6mg/3ml
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