antitumor


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Synonyms for antitumor

used in the treatment of cancer

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The equipment will allow the realization of 12,000 reconstructions of antitumor products (monoclonal antibody and chemotherapy drugs) annually.
sup][16] The preliminary results from phase II and III clinical trials showed that a GRP96 (oncophage) vaccine has low to no toxicity, although the antitumor effect was not ideal.
The Part B study will be a randomized, controlled, proof of concept study to evaluate the antitumor activity of necuparanib in combination with Abraxane plus gemcitabine, versus Abraxane plus gemcitabine alone.
In ACT, a patient's own TILs are collected, and those with the best antitumor activity are grown in the laboratory to produce large populations that are infused into the patient.
Keywords: Maaoihelypteris torresiana Antitumor Cytotoxicity Activity Acute toxicity Subacute toxicity
The latter study aimed at obtaining plasma ascorbic acid concentrations >10 mM/L for several hours since that appeared to be the required concentration to attain antitumor effects.
While there has been less success in generating clinically effective antitumor immune cells against the squamous cell carcinoma seen most commonly in otolaryngology patients, these preliminary successes certainly are encouraging.
Two new studies on medications being investigated as cancer treatments indicate that certain of these drugs have secondary effects that could enhance or undermine their antitumor activity.
However, other plausible explanations that are likely to be concomitantly involved include: 1) inhibition of the broad spectrum HIV trans-activating protein Tat, 2) decreased expression of growth factors and cytokines contributing to cancer development and maintenance, 3) direct antitumor effects of protease inhibitors, and 4) direct effects of HAART on HHV-8 or EBV.
The streptomycetes, common soil bacteria, are used to produce antitumor agents, immunosuppressants, and more than two-thirds of all naturally derived antibiotics.
A case of refractory celiac disease responded dramatically to a single infusion of the chimeric antitumor necrosis factor-[alpha] antibody infliximab, according to Dr.
The MDM2 antisense oligonucleotide demonstrated dose-dependent in vivo antitumor activity.
At the very least, there is laboratory evidence that the drug has significant antitumor activity and so some patient benefit should be expected.
In addition, data were presented showing the antitumor activity of a novel fucose inhibitor that can be administered orally.
The relationship between antitumor immunity, in the form of immunotherapy (either passive or active), and current strategies of treatment also needs to be explored.