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Hyaluronidases 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.   Wikipedia

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  • Availability: Prescription Only
  • Delivery Methods: Parenteral
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amphadase | diffusin | enzodase | hyal-1 | hyalase | hyaluronidase | hyaluronidase bovine | hyaluronidase (glycoprotein, sheep testis isoenzyme) | hyaluronidase ovine | hyaluronidase (ovine) | hyaluronidase, ovine | hyaluronidase ph-20 | hyaluronidase (sheep testis isoenzyme) | hyazyme | hydase | hyo6a | jalovis


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