chemosensitive

chemosensitive

 [ke″mo-sen´sĭ-tiv]
sensitive to changes in chemical composition.

che·mo·sen·si·tive

(kē'mō-sen'si-tiv),
Capable of perceiving changes in the chemical composition of the environment, for example, changes in the oxygen and carbon dioxide content of the blood.

chemosensitive

/che·mo·sen·si·tive/ (-sen´sĭ-tiv) sensitive to changes in chemical composition.

che·mo·sen·si·tive

(kē'mō-sen'si-tiv)
Capable of perceiving changes in the chemical composition of the environment.

chemosensitive

sensitive to changes in chemical composition.
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In general, precise subclassification would greatly benefit patients with chemosensitive sarcomas, such as synovial sarcoma, Ewing sarcoma, osteosarcoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, desmoplastic small round cell tumor, angiosarcoma, myxoid/round cell liposarcoma, and uterine leiomyosarcoma.
2] sensitivity of TRPA1 underscores the importance of non-CB chemosensitive mechanisms in respiratory responses to hypoxia and hyperoxia in mammals.
These type of lesions are highly chemosensitive, and early aggressive chemotherapy may result in sustained remission.
Plasmacytoid urothelial carcinoma, a chemosensitive cancer with poor prognosis, and peritoneal carcinomatosis.
The explanation of therapeutic effects of physical agents is based on the theory of control and modulation of painful impulses at: 1) peripheral level (mechanosensitive, thermosensitive and chemosensitive pain receptors); 2) spinal level (segmental--presynaptic system); 3) supra-spinal (central blocking system) [5, 6].
Even though Merkel cell carcinoma is a chemosensitive disease, long-term survival beyond 6 months has not been reported with chemotherapy, explained Dr.
In our opinion, a core biopsy in such instances may help determine the appropriate therapeutic approach, as CIFS is chemosensitive.
4) TCC of the ovary is reported to be sensitive to cisplatin-based chemotherapy and advanced-stage ovarian TCC is significantly more chemosensitive and associated with better prognosis than poorly differentiated serous carcinoma.
A combination of pterostilbene with autophagy inhibitors exerts efficient apoptotic characteristics in both chemosensitive and chemoresistant lung cancer cells.
In advanced stages, this tumor is highly infiltrative and is less chemosensitive compared to other gastric adenocarcinomas.
The responses to the stimulation of chemosensitive cardiopulmonary receptors (the Bezold-Jarisch reflex) were determined by a bolus injection of Phenylbiguanide (PBG) at a dose of 5.
High-dose chemotherapy (HDC) followed by autologous stem cell transplantation (ASCT) is considered standard treatment for chemosensitive patients with relapsed or refractory aggressive lymphoma, particularly the disease responding to the salvage second-line chemotherapy.