Imiglucerase

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Imiglucerase Overview

Imiglucerase is a medication used in the treatment of Gaucher's disease.[1][2] It is a recombinant DNA-produced analogue of human β-glucocerebrosidase. Cerezyme is a freeze-dried medicine containing imiglucerase, manufactured by Genzyme Corporation. It is given intravenously after reconstitution as a treatment for Type 1 Gaucher's disease. It is available in formulations containing 200 or 400 units per vial. The specific activity of highly purified human...

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Imiglucerase
  • Injection: 200 units/vial, 200unit, 400 units/vial, 400unit
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