radioprotector

radioprotector

 [ra″de-o-pro-tek´ter]
an agent that provides protection against the toxic effects of ionizing radiation.
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Radioprotector WR-2721 and mitigating peptidoglycan synergistically promote mouse survival through the amelioration of intestinal and bone marrow damage.
(2) One of the main purposes of radiobiology is to investigate an appropriate radioprotector to protect people against radiation side effects.
Monoglucosyl rutin is an enzymatically modified form of rutin that is found be an effect radioprotector in mammalian cells (39).
Doshi et al., "Biodistribution and pharmacokinetic study of 3,3' diseleno dipropionic acid (DSePA), a synthetic radioprotector, in mice," European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, vol.
Aggarwal, "Curcumin, the golden spice from Indian saffron, is a chemosensitizer and radiosensitizer for tumors and chemoprotector and radioprotector for normal organs," Nutrition and Cancer, vol.
Molecular hydrogen as a radioprotector: possible mechanisms of hydrogen antioxidant activity.
Gamma tocotrienol, a potent radioprotector, preferentially upregulates expression of anti-apoptotic genes to promote intestinal cell survival.
La administracion de RO y DMSO utilizado como controles positivos de un agente radioprotector, muestra una disminucion significativa en la frecuencia de aparicion de MN cuando se administra antes de la irradiacion (p < 0.001 y p < 0.01, respectivamente).
Broxmeyer, "Whole body hyperthermia: a potent radioprotector in vivo," International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, vol.
Ficus racemosa stem bark extract: a potent antioxidant and a probable natural radioprotector. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 6: 317-324.