disulfate


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di·sul·fate

(dī-sŭl'fāt),
A molecule containing two sulfates.

di·sul·fate

(dī-sŭl'fāt)
A molecule containing two sulfates.
Synonym(s): disulphate.

disulfate

(di-sul'fat)
A compound containing two sulfate radicals.
See: bisulfate
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Ursodiol disulfate, which is unabsorbed when orally administered, is a patented derivative of ursodiol intended for prevention of recurrence of colorectal polyps.
Ursodiol disulfate overcomes these limitations by preventing intestinal absorption, permitting site-specific delivery to the colon, increasing its membrane protective hydrophilic property, and preventing biotransformation to hydrophobic membrane-damaging bile acids.
Brown, was to determine the effectiveness of ursodiol disulfate in preventing colonic tumors chemically-induced by AOM a carcinogen, in 344 rats, and to compare this analog with ursodiol.
Axcan" or the "Company") disclosed today positive results of a proof-of- concept study designed to compare the effectiveness of ursodiol disulfate ("SUDCA") to that of regular ursodiol added to an inert vehicle, in the chemoprevention of colorectal tumors.
Axcan recently completed a proof of concept study in rats to evaluate the effect of ursodiol disulfate on the development of colonic tumors, the results of which will be announced during the second quarter of fiscal 2004.
Axcan is currently conducting a proof of concept study in rats to evaluate the effect of ursodiol disulfate on the development of colonic tumors.
The Company is currently investigating the use of other formulations of ursodiol to treat various other diseases, such as a nitric oxide-releasing derivative of ursodiol in the treatment of portal hypertension and ursodiol disulfate in the prevention of the recurrence colorectal polyps.