antitumor

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antitumor

(ăn′tĭ-to͞o′mər, -tyo͞o′-) also

antitumoral

(-mər-əl)
adj.
Anticancer.

antitumor

(ant′ē-too″mŏr) [ anti- + tumor]
Inhibiting the growth or development of cancer.
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Following the line of investigation at PharmaMar, another abstract will show the mechanism of action of the antitumoral compound PM01183 (Abstract #47, Nov.
Dutreix who conducted this study said "this additional mechanism of antitumoral action of Dbait molecules confirms that the use of Dbait which baits, hijacks the enzyme complexes that repair DSBs and disorganizes DSB repair system, is a novel and attractive pathway-targeting approach in molecular cancer therapy".
Stacking and edge-to-edge associations of antitumoral ellipticine derivatives are controlled in solution by interactions involving their nitrogen sites.
The aim of this work was to characterize the antitumoral activity of the plant compound 7-epi-nemorosone in prostate carcinoma cell lines.
Potential bis-alkylating heterocyclic quinines were synthesized in order to explore their antitumoral activities by bioreductive alkylation.
Antiangiogenic and antitumoral properties of a polysaccharide isolated from the seaweed Sargassurn stenophyllum.
Nitric oxide is a reactive free radical, which acts as a biologic mediator in several processes, including neurotransmission as well as antimicrobial and antitumoral activities.
Atividades antimicrobiana, citotoxica, antitumoral e antiin-flamatoria de extratos brutos de Lippia alba (Mill.
A direct antitumoral effect was assessed on a single marker tumor left in the bladder after a complete TUR of all other lesions according a study design established by the EORTC-GENITO-URINARY GROUP (European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer).
pustulata (rubiadin and soranjidiol) and its methylated derivates (rubiadin 1-methyl ether and soranjidiol 1-methyl ether) such as antitumoral agents against human breast cancer cell line.
Metformin amplifies chemotherapy-induced AMPK activation and antitumoral growth.