Candida utilis


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Candida utilis

[¦kan·də·də ′yü·də·lis]
(microbiology)
An asexual yeast species used industrially in the production of single-cell protein for food and fodder.
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1977, "Extracelluar asparaginase from Candida utilis, its properties as glycoprotein and antitumor activities," Agric.
Pipeline candidates include SSS07, an anti-TNF monoclonal antibody with a Phase I trial underway in China for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis; NuPIAO/SSS06, a long-acting erythropoiesis-stimulating agent (ESA) for anemia associated with renal failure or chemotherapy and peri-operative blood cell mobilization which has entered into Phase I clinical trials in China; Uricase PEG-20/SSS11, a modified pegylated recombinant uricase from Candida utilis for the treatment of refractory gout and tumor lysis syndrome which has completed US Phase I trials; Leukotuximab/SSS19, an anti-CD43/JL-1 monoclonal antibody for treating acute leukemia; and Tanibirumab/SSS23, an anti-VEGFR2 monoclonal antibody for treating solid tumors.