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butyrylcholinesterase

Definitions

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  • n. Pseudocholinesterase.

Etymologies

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butyryl +‎ cholinesterase

Examples

  • Preliminary research suggests that butyrylcholinesterase acts as a "bioscavenger."

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  • Safety studies using butyrylcholinesterase have shown that medicinal doses of the enzyme are well-tolerated in healthy human subjects.

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  • Valortim® - a fully human monoclonal antibody for the prevention and treatment of anthrax infection rBChE - recombinant butyrylcholinesterase bioscavenger: Protexia® and a second generation Advanced Expression System "AES" countermeasures for nerve agent poisoning by organophosphorous compounds, including nerve gases and pesticides

  • Valortim® - a fully human monoclonal antibody for the prevention and treatment of anthrax infection rBChE recombinant butyrylcholinesterase - a medical countermeasure for nerve agent poisoning by organophosphate compounds, including nerve gases and pesticides

  • Researchers from the University of Kentucky have discovered high-activity mutants of human butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) that have potential value in the development of anti-cocaine medication.

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  • CocE is an enzyme originally isolated from a soil bacterium found around the roots of the coca plant, that can break down cocaine into the same metabolites as the natural human enzyme butyrylcholinesterase, only much more rapidly.

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  • One of the most promising approaches focuses on substances that mimic butyrylcholinesterase (BChE), a natural blood protein that helps break down and inactivate the drug, researchers say.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Protexia is a recombinant pegylated version of human butyrylcholinesterase (BChE).

    GEN News Highlights

  • Protexia is PharmAthene's recombinant form of human butyrylcholinesterase that is in animal models and human testing as a potential bio-defense product to treat exposure to nerve agents.

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  • announced plans to start studying the potential for butyrylcholinesterase - you remember that one from the SATs, right?

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