Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to mycophenolic acid or its derivatives

Etymologies

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myco- +‎ phenolic

Examples

  • Several chemicals, such as mycophenolic acid (MPA), thiolutin and 1,

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  • Indeed, the extraordinary divergence of the adenosine subsite of IMPDH may be a response to the assault of natural product inhibitors such as mycophenolic acid and mizoribine [

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  • Participants in the everolimus group averaged 60% lower required doses of cyclosporine than those in the mycophenolic acid group.

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  • Approval was based on a 24-month, randomized clinical trial comparing 1.5 mg and 3.0 mg doses of everolimus with a 1.44 mg regimen of mycophenolic acid in a combination regimen of standard doses of cyclosporine and corticosteroids.

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  • Kohler GA, Gong X, Bentink S, Theiss S, Pagani GM, et al. (2005) The functional basis of mycophenolic acid resistance in Candida albicans IMP dehydrogenase.

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  • Digits JA, Hedstrom L (1999) Species-specific inhibition of inosine 5′-monophosphate dehydrogenase by mycophenolic acid.

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  • Jones DF, Moore RH, Crawley GC (1970) Microbial modification of mycophenolic acid.

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  • More intriguingly, Glu431 provides 5-10-fold resistance to mycophenolic acid, a natural product that specifically inhibits IMPDH [

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  • Approximately 5\% of microorganisms contain some mechanism to modify mycophenolic acid, which suggests that this compound is reasonably prevalent in the environment [

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