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Synonyms for mitomycin

a complex of antibiotic substances obtained from a streptomyces bacterium

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Intravesical bacillus Calmette-Guerin versus mitomycin C for Ta and T1 bladder cancer.
Goguen, "Mitomycin C for the treatment of pharyngoesophageal stricture after total laryngopharyngectomy and microvascular free tissue reconstruction," Laryngoscope, vol.
For this recurrence, the patient was planned for a cystoscopic transurethral bladder tumor resection and instillation of 40 mg of mitomycin C in the bladder, which she underwent three days before her current hospital presentation.
A comparative study of recurrent pterygium surgery: limbal conjunctival autograft transplantation versus mitomycin C with conjunctival flap.
An experimental study evaluating the effect of mitomycin C on the prevention of postoperative intraabdominal adhesions.
Ilsar, "Intraoperative application of topical mitomycin C for pterygium surgery," Ophthalmology, vol.
Recurrence-free survival among patients treated with either 18 hours of continuous saline bladder infusion or immediate installation of mitomycin C following transurethral bladder resection.
Most studies, especially in cases that used Mitomycin C after surgery, short-term results are investigated and only few studies have examined long-term results of PRK surgery by using Mitomycin C.
Effect of topical application with mitomycin C in the management of benign cicatricial airway stenosis (in Chinese).
The second received an implant of stem cells that were not treated with mitomycin C and the third received the mitomycin C treated cells.
In preclinical studies, the combination of CAVATAK and mitomycin C synergistically enhanced the cancer-killing activity in bladder cancer cell lines.
Available as untreated and growth arrested by Mitomycin C or irradiation, AMSBIO feeder cells are manufactured using a standardized production process to yield low passage cells which consistently maintain ES and iPS cell cultures in the undifferentiated state.
We report here on the effect of morphine on DNA damage and repair in murine splenocytes treated with mitomycin C.