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Biologic Drugs With Established Pharmaceutical Class: Hydrolytic Lysosomal Glycosaminoglycan-specific Enzyme


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Biologic Drugs With Established Pharmaceutical Class: Hydrolytic Lysosomal Glycosaminoglycan-specific Enzyme

Applicant Tradename Biologic Ingredient Dosage Form BLA Approval Date Patent No. Patent Expiration
Biomarin Pharmaceutical Inc. ALDURAZYME laronidase Injection 125058 2003-04-30 ⤷  Sign Up ⤷  Sign Up
Biomarin Pharmaceutical Inc. NAGLAZYME galsulfase Injection 125117 2005-05-31 ⤷  Sign Up ⤷  Sign Up
Shire Human Genetic Therapies, Inc. ELAPRASE idursulfase Injection 125151 2006-07-24 ⤷  Sign Up ⤷  Sign Up
Biomarin Pharmaceutical Inc. VIMIZIM elosulfase alfa Injection 125460 2014-02-14 ⤷  Sign Up ⤷  Sign Up
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