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TGThe Great (band)
TGThe Game (online game)
TGTop Gear (British car show)
TGGlass Transition Temperature
TGTogo (top level domain)
TGTransgender
TGTask Group
TGThe Gathering
TGThe Garden (Guns N' Roses song)
TGTop Gun (movie)
TGTransgendered
TGThank God
TGThanksgiving
TGThai Airways International
TGThurgau (Thurgovie; Swiss Canton)
TGThe Gap
TgTransgenic
TGThinkGeek (website)
TGTriglyceride
TGTop Girls (play by Caryl Churchill)
TGTechnical Guide
TGToo Good
TgThyroglobulin
TGThat's Great
TGThai Airways International (IATA Airport Code)
TGTurboGrafx
TGTagesgeld (German)
TGThird Grade
TGThrobbing Gristle (1970s band)
TGTarget Group
TGTrigun (TV show)
TGThermogravimetry (mass change study)
TGTerry Gilliam (director)
TGTiefgarage (German: underground parking)
TGTouch-and-Go
TGTemperature Gradient
TGTopical Guide
TGTurbine Generator
TGTalkgroup
TGTechnical Group
TGTail Gunner
TgTeragram (metric unit of mass)
TGTotal Guitar (magazine)
TGTrunk Group
TGTactical Gamer (online community)
TGTa Gueule (French: Shut Up)
TGTrue Good (gaming)
TGTitan's Grip (World of Warcraft)
TGTrésorerie Générale (French: General Treasury)
TGTransmission Group
TGTransformational Grammar
TGTiming Generator
TGTransfer Guide (Maricopa County, AZ community college system)
TGTransformational-Generative (grammar)
TGTrinidad Guardian (Newspaper)
TGTimeless-Games.com (German software development company)
TGTogdheer (postal region, Somalia)
TGTaux de Gravité (French: Severity Rate)
TGTail Gating
TGTrunking Gateway
TGThompson Gun
TGTroop Guide (Boy Scouts of America)
TGTotino-Grace (Minnesota High School)
TGToy Guy
TGTask Graph
TGTwin Groves (Illinois, USA)
TGTransactions on Graphics
TGTrue Gravity
TGTail Grab (skiing and snowboarding)
TGTriple Glazing (windows)
TGTransmitter Group
TGTrinity Grammar (school)
TGTransaction Group
TGTote Gote (mini bike)
TGTanner Graph
TGTigre Géant (Canadian retailer)
TGTangent Galvanometer (physics)
TGTotal Gradient (gravity and magnetic)
TGTracking Gain
TGTrack Gate
TGTraffic Gateway
TGThermite Grenade
TGTactical Guard
TGTransformation Gateway (Net6)
TGTop of Grate (surveying)
TGTexas Gunmen (gaming group)
TGThomas Group Ltd (Orange, CA)
TG6-Thioguanine (chemotherapy drug)
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6-MP is converted nonenzymatically to 6-thioguanine (6-TGN), the biologically active metabolite responsible for the therapeutic response.
Differences in nucleotide hydrolysis contribute to the differences between erythrocyte 6-thioguanine nucleotide concentrations determined by two widely used methods.
A reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography approach in determining total red blood cell concentrations of 6-thioguanine, 6-mer captopurine, methylthioguanine, and methylmercaptopurine in a patient receiving thiopurine therapy.
Assay of 6-thioguanine nucleotide, a major metabolite of azathioprine, 6-mercaptopurine and 6-thioguanine, in human red blood cells.
Azathioprine metabolism: pharmacokinetics of 6-mercaptopurine, 6-thiouric acid and 6-thioguanine nucleotides in renal transplant patients.
A reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography approach in determining total red blood cell concentrations of 6-thioguanine, 6mercaptopurine, methylthioguanine, and methylmercaptopurine in a patient receiving thiopurine therapy.
Thiopurine pharmacogenetics in leukemia: correlation of erythrocyte thiopurine methyltransferase activity and 6-thioguanine nucleotide concentrations.
Their pharmacological efficacy is attributable to their in vivo conversion via a cascade of enzymes, such as hypoxanthine guanosine phosphoribosyltransferase, and inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase, to the 6-thioguanine nucleotides, which act as antimetabolites and interfere with nucleic acid synthesis (1).
The immunosuppressive properties are related to intracellular conversion into thiopurine nucleotides via hypoxanthine guanine phosphoribosyl transferase, leading to 6-thioguanine nucleotides (6-TGNs),[1] and methylation of 6-thioinosine monophosphate via thiopurine methyltransferase, leading to methyl 6-methylmercaptopurine (Me6-MP) nucleotides (2).