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Details for Patent: 4,692,435

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Summary for Patent: 4,692,435

Title: Mucopolysaccharide composition having a regulatory action on coagulation, medicament containing same and process of preparation
Abstract:The invention pertains to a mucopolysaccharide fraction obtainable from heparin or from fractions including heparinic constituents of molecular weights from 2000 to 50,000, which has a Yin-Wessler titer which is high relative to the USP titer. It contains components whose molecular weights are less than 10,000, particularly oligosaccharides in the area of 2000-3000, comprising from 8 to 12, notably 10 monosaccharide units, among which glucosamine units whose primary positions are sulphated. The last mentioned oligosaccharides include one N-acetyl-glucosamine unit per two units of 2-O-sulphate iduronic acid and per two N-sulphate-glucosamine units, the other saccharide units being of a different nature and including distinct substituents.
Inventor(s): Lormeau; Jean-Claude (Maromme-la-Maine, FR), Goulay; Jean (Oissel, FR), Choay; Jean (Paris, FR)
Assignee: Choay, S.A. (Paris, FR)
Application Number:06/726,178
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Foreign Priority and PCT Information for Patent: 4,692,435

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Foreign Country Foreign Patent Number Foreign Patent Date
France78 31357Nov 06, 1978
France79 18873Jul 20, 1979

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