Pegademase Bovine

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PEGylation (often styled pegylation) is the process of both covalent and non-covalent attachment or amalgamation of polyethylene glycol (PEG, in pharmacy called macrogol) polymer chains to molecules and macrostructures, such as a drug, therapeutic protein or vesicle, which is then described as PEGylated (pegylated).[1][2][3] PEGylation is routinely achieved by the incubation of a reactive derivative of PEG with the target molecule. The covalent...

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Pegademase Bovine
  • Injection: 250 units/ml, 250unit/ml
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