actinomycin


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any of various red antibiotics isolated from soil bacteria

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The citation is: "MTS-conjugated, anti-active caspase 3 antibodies inhibit actinomycin D-induced apoptosis", Y Zhao, T L Brown, H Kohler and S.
The chemotherapy agents used are vincristine, actinomycin D and cyclophosphamide.
3, MG-63 cells produced IFN-[beta] in a dose-dependent manner when pretreated with a combination of cycloheximide and actinomycin D and were stimulated in parallel with the viral double-stranded RNA analogue polyinosinic acid:polycytidylic acid (pI:pC), which is consistent with previous reports (Billiau et al.
Actinomycin 13: toxicity, liver functions and morphological findings in rats.
Parker RJ, Adamson RH, Douros JD, Sieber SM (1983) Comparative pharmacologic studies of dactinomycin and pip-1-beta actinomycin.
I have been impressed by the pre-clinical Actinomycin data to date and am eagerly awaiting the results of this clinical trial early next year.
Coat(TM) polymer, a timed-release polymer drug delivery system that is designed for extended release of Actinomycin D - an antiproliferative drug developed by Merck & Company - after the stent is implanted in the patient's artery.
Developed to be a complete system for treating coronary blockages, the stent system includes a proprietary coating consisting of a timed-release polymer containing Actinomycin D, an antineoplastic drug developed by Merck & Company.
Also included is a more historical paper describing sixty rears of research in characterizing the sequence-selective DNA-binding agent, actinomycin D.
Robert Bases recently demonstrated that although lucanthone has structural and biochemical similarities to Actinomycin D, it has no hematological or gastro-intestinal toxicity at clinically tolerated doses.
Etoposide, methotrexate, actinomycin, cyclophosphamide, and vincristine therapy was started on July 22, 1997, because the patient was not responsive to treatment with methotrexate.
So far, two drugs--sirolimus and paclitaxel-lead a pack of elutables that also includes actinomycin D and heparin.
BAP is an analog of actinomycin D and is a very potent antitumor agent which is also very toxic for human use.
Lucanthone has structural and biochemical similarities to Actinomycin D, but has shown no hematological or GI toxicity at clinically tolerated doses.
Contract awarded for actinomycin (dactinomycin) 500 mcg road, phenobarbital sodium 100mg / ml ampoule 1-2ml, phenobarbital sodium 100mg tablet, albendazole and albendazole 200mg tablet 200mg / 5ml suspension bottle 10ml