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Lysosomal enzymes

What are Lysosomal enzymes?

Lysosomal enzymes are synthetic forms of these enzymes, which occur naturally in the body cells, and that are necessary for metabolic processes. Naturally occurring lysosomal enzymes breakdown large molecules and other materials that get taken up by the cell. Deficiency of these enzymes causes storage disease that can affect growth and development failure.

Lysosomal enzymes are used to treat conditions where the body lacks these particular enzymes.

List of Lysosomal enzymes:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
VPRIV (Pro)
Generic name: velaglucerase alfa
10
1 review
Cerezyme (Pro)
Generic name: imiglucerase
9.5
1 review
Vimizim (Pro)
Generic name: elosulfase alfa
No reviews
Nexviazyme (Pro)
Generic name: avalglucosidase alfa
No reviews
Naglazyme (Pro)
Generic name: galsulfase
No reviews
Myozyme (Pro)
Generic name: alglucosidase alfa
No reviews
Mepsevii (Pro)
Generic name: vestronidase alfa
No reviews
Lumizyme (Pro)
Generic name: alglucosidase alfa
1.0
No reviews
Kanuma (Pro)
Generic name: sebelipase alfa
No reviews
Fabrazyme (Pro)
Generic name: agalsidase beta
No reviews
Elelyso
Generic name: taliglucerase alfa
No reviews
Elaprase (Pro)
Generic name: idursulfase
No reviews
Ceredase (Pro)
Generic name: alglucerase
No reviews
Brineura (Pro)
Generic name: cerliponase alfa
No reviews
Aldurazyme (Pro)
Generic name: laronidase
No reviews
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