equitoxic

e·qui·tox·ic

(ē'kwi-tok'sik),
Of equivalent toxicity.

e·qui·tox·ic

(ē'kwi-tok'sik)
Of equivalent toxicity.
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On the basis of a reversible weight loss of 10% of the initial weight, equitoxic doses were determined being for BNP1350 i.
Preclinical studies of the delivery of platinum to tumors in an animal model has shown that, compared with oxaliplatin at equitoxic doses, AP5346 delivers in excess of 16 times more platinum to the tumor.
A similar unique pattern of gene expression has been observed in yeast exposed to equitoxic doses of several different alkylating agents (Jelinsky et al.
These studies, conducted in a B16 melanoma tumor model, compared AP5346 with oxaliplatin at equitoxic doses.
These data are the first demonstration that dose addition correctly predicts the neurotoxic effects of a pyrethroid mixture composed of low-level, equitoxic doses of the individual chemicals.
The impact of the 96-hour exposure to the LC50 Cu+Zn ions mixture on the abundance of bacteria in digestive tract of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Concentration in portion of equitoxic 96-hour LC50 mixture
aegypti, of which the former two species were found equitoxic to the crude extract of Yucca aloifolia.
Furthermore, the ratios of mutants with deletions > 2 kb were similar to those generated by oxyradicals at two equitoxic doses.
Briefly, exponentially growing SKW-3 cells were exposed to equitoxic concentrations of the tested compounds and after the treatment period the cells were pelleted and washed thrice in PBS.
Although both pixantrone and mitoxantrone improved clinical symptoms, reduced weight loss and increased muscle acetylcholine receptor content compared with vehicle-treated rats, pixantrone appeared to be more effective at equitoxic doses.
Preclinical studies of the delivery of platinum to tumors in an animal model have shown that, compared with oxaliplatin at equitoxic doses, AP5346 delivers in excess of 16 times more platinum to the tumor.