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the degree to which something is toxic to living cells

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using a least hazardous cytotoxic drug to achieve the desired therapeutic benefit
Protocols for cytotoxic medications used for non-oncology indications were not readily available to practitioners (the physician who prescribed the drug, the pharmacist who checked the order, or the nurse who would be administering the medication).
Quantity or scope: Supply, installation and qualification of technical equipment iso for the preparation of cytotoxic products central
Example Highlights Oncology is the leading domain for HPAPIs and cytotoxic drugs.
The future growth in the market will primarily be driven by the rapidly expanding market for oncology drugs; majority of the high potency and cytotoxic drugs are being developed for treatment of cancer.
The report, The Demand and Supply for Contract Manufacturing of Cytotoxic Injectable Drugs Through 2019, presents detailed research and insight into the CMO industry's ability to meet projected demand.
The cytotoxic effects of Iscador[R]-preparations obtained from mistletoe that had grown on oak (Quercus robur and Q.
Total quantity or scope: Lot 1 supply of 6 cytotoxic and microbiological safety cabinets class II.
PD98059, an inhibitor of the ERK pathway, reduced the cytotoxic response of XTC-2 cells to hydrogen peroxide or lipopolysaccharide.
Reportlinker Adds Commercial Insight: Cytotoxic Therapies - Market growth will slow due to increasing genericization
The patent presents a case for why concurrent HER1 blocker /S-Phase cytotoxic protocols achieve only a fraction of the potential inherent in the combination of the underlying drugs.
The development of new cytotoxic and targeted agents, as well as the multidisciplinary management of patients with resectable and initially non-resectable metastases, have contributed to this progress.
Cytotoxic therapy, or chemotherapy as it is commonly known, has been the cornerstone of cancer treatment for many years and involves the use of drugs that are toxic to all cells including those that are perfectly healthy.
Triterpenoids from plants have been shown to have a wide range of biological activities including anti-inflammatory, antitumour and cytotoxic actions.