Mizoribine is an imidazole nucleoside which acts as an immunosuppressant by inhibiting lymphocyte proliferation. Mizoribine is freely soluble in water (20 mg/mL).
|Mechanism of Action||Mizoribine inhibits inosine monophosphate synthetase and guanosine monophosphate synthetase which halts guanine synthesis and ultimately, DNA synthesis.|
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