Vitrase OverviewHyaluronidases are a family of enzymes that catalyse the degradation of hyaluronic acid (HA). Karl Meyer classified these enzymes in 1971 into three distinct groups, a scheme based on the enzyme reaction products. The three main types of hyaluronidases are two classes of eukaryotic endoglycosidase hydrolases and a prokaryotic lyase-type of glycosidase. In humans, there are five functional hyaluronidases: HYAL1, HYAL2, HYAL3, HYAL4 and HYAL5 (also known as...
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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:
- Injection: 1,500 units/vial, 150 units/ml, 150 units/vial, 150unit/ml, 150USPunits/ml, 200 units/vial, 200units/ml, 6,200 units/vial
- Powder for Reconstitution: 6200IU/5ml
NDC Database Records for Vitrase: (2 results)Sorted by National Drug Code
- 24208-002 Vitrase 200 [usp'u]/Ml Subcutaneous Injection, Solution by Bausch & Lomb Incorporated
- 67425-002 Vitrase 200 [usp'u]/Ml Subcutaneous Injection, Solution by Ista Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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