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- noun The addition of multiple
glutamic acid residuesto a moleculethrough an enzymaticprocess. An example of this is the attachment of glutamic acid residues to folic acid.
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It is believed that the polyglutamation of pralatrexate by FPGS prevents cancer cells from excreting pralatrexate from the cell.
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