Liporase Hyaluronidase 1s
Liporase Hyaluronidase single 1s FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY
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FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY Proof of Qualification will be requested before shipment
Liporase by Daehan New Pharm is a trusted?Hyaluronidase-based product, KFDA approved,?that can be used as a?reliable reversal agent to Hyaluronic Acid fillers?that have been poorly applied. It can also be mixed with a fat-melting injection to provide minimally-invasive fat-dissolving treatment. Patients will notice a quick change just a few hours after the procedure.
Product Usage Information
Hyaluronidase has an optimal pH range of 4.5-6.0. It is recommended to reconstitute with a buffer compatible with the intended assay. Vials should be brought to room temperature prior to opening and they should not be opened in humid areas.
Hyaluronidase is supplied as a lyophilized powder. This product is stable for 12 months when stored at -20?C, protected from moisture.?Once in solution, aliquot to avoid multiple freeze/thaw cycles.
Hyaluronidase is a glycoprotein isolated from bovine testes that degrades hyaluronan (HA) polymers (1). This enzyme hydrolyzes the endo-N-acetylhexosaminic bonds of hyaluronic acid, chondroitinsulfuric acid A, and chondroitinsulfuric acid C to tetrasaccharide rich oligosaccharides (2). Studies have shown that hyaluronidases have the potential for clinical utility as both biomarkers and therapeutic targets when looking at a variety of cancers (1). Hyaluronidase is an effective enzyme for tissue dissociation (3,4).