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Obinutuzumab

In the US, Obinutuzumab (obinutuzumab systemic) is a member of the drug class CD20 monoclonal antibodies and is used to treat Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Follicular Lymphoma.

US matches:

Scheme

Rec.INN

ATC (Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification)

L01XC15

CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)

0949142-50-1

Chemical Formula

C6512-H10060-N1712-O2020-S44

Molecular Weight

146063

Therapeutic Categories

Cytostatic agent

Anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody

Chemical Name

Immunoglobulin G1, anti-[Homo sapiens CD20 (membrane-spanning 4-domains subfamily A member 1, MS4A1, B lymphocyte surface antigen B1, Leu-16, Bp35)], humanized monoclonal antibody, GA 101; gamma1 heavy chain (1-448)[humanized VH(Homo sapiens FR/Mus muscul (WHO)

Foreign Names

  • Obinutuzumabum (Latin)
  • Obinutuzumab (German)
  • Obinutuzumab (French)
  • Obinutuzumab (Spanish)

Generic Names

  • Obinutuzumab (OS: USAN)
  • Afutuzumab (IS)
  • UNII-O43472U9X8 (IS)

Brand Names

  • Gazyva
    Genentech, United States; Hoffmann-La Roche, Canada; Productos Roche, Chile; Roche, Australia
  • Gazyvaro
    Roche, Germany; Roche, Denmark; Roche, Finland; Roche, Iceland; Roche, Italy; Roche, Poland; Roche, Sweden; Roche, Slovenia; Roche Products, United Kingdom

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Glossary

TermDefinition
ISInofficial Synonym
OSOfficial Synonym
Rec.INNRecommended International Nonproprietary Name (World Health Organization)
USANUnited States Adopted Name
WHOWorld Health Organization

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