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Synonyms for antitumor

used in the treatment of cancer

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Antitumoral and antioxidant effects of a hydroalcohoiic extract of cat's claw (Uncavia tomentosa) (Willd.
A patent has been registered (Duran 1998) for a formulation of cyclodextrin/ violacein for treating bacterial, viral, trypanocidal infections and for antitumoral activity (Melo et al.
Keywords: Duguetia furfuracea: Annonaceae; Antitumoral activity; Antileishmanial; Trypanocidal; Alkaloids
one of the world's leading oncological research centers, will provide essential preclinical data on the ability of NBTXR3 activated by radiotherapy to induce an antitumoral immune response.
The principle conclusion of the study was that plitidepsin, in combination with proteasome inhibitors, has the potential to provide a therapeutic alternative for multiple myeloma in light of the observed high antitumoral response and lack of impact on bone.
It was investigated that hydrazones have discovered to possess, antimicrobial, anticonvulsant, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antiplatelet, antitubercular and antitumoral activities [7-10].
Las bioactividades antioxidante, antihipertensiva, hipocolesterolemica, antimicrobiana, antiinflamatoria y antitumoral de esta bebida han sido las mas exploradas en los ultimos anos (Figura 2).
Cell-centric view of apoptosis and apoptotic cell death-inducing antitumoral strategies.
They displayed good reaction in antioxidant, antitumoral, cytotoxicity, antiparasitic, and pesticidal assays [3].
Antioxidants, including polyphenols, are also believed to act as antitumoral agents.
majus and purified compounds derived from it exhibit a wide variety of biological activities (anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, immunomodulatory, antitumoral, choleretic, hepatoprotective, analgesic, etc.
They have impacted in the health sector, to figurate like an alternative of the main illnesses of national and world interest, such as: antitumoral (12), antimutagenic (8), antiinflamatory (13), antiviral (17), antioxidant (6) and which are capable to reduce the level of cholesterol in blood (16), besides, presenting properties as anticonvulsive and neuroprotector.
sup][4] These combined actions can explain the antitumoral activity of sorafenib.
Abstract 590: Co-injection of human monocytes improves the in vivo antitumoral activity of bevacizumab in two NSCLC PDX models.