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dox

 (dŏks)
v.
Variant of doxx.
References in classic literature ?
King Dox of Foxville; the great and wise sovereign who rules over our community.
Combined, these results indicate that under normal growth conditions, ALOB has little effect upon cell apoptosis in MG-63 and MG-63/DOX cells; cytotoxicity and cell apoptosis are induced only by DOX.
Dox received a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona and a Master of Business Administration from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California.
Dox is one of the first MMP inhibitors to be considered for translation to AA therapy (Abdul-Hussien et al.
There are many mechanisms of toxicity caused by DOX in mammalian tissues and among them the increase of free radical formation and oxidative stress seems to be plausible.
The current study was planned to investigate the effects of chemotherapeutic agent DOX and the potential antioxidative properties of vitamin C when acting in combination with DOX in the mammalian somatic and germ cell.
DOX EMR is an MU2 certified comprehensive cloud based EHR solution.
Methods: The cytotoxicity of alone and combination doses of RSVL and DOX were analyzed by colorimetric MTT(3-(4,5-Dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-Dipheny
Recently, dexrazoxane, when subjected to clinical trial against combating DOX-induced cardiotoxicity, exhibited marked cardioprotection and did not compromise the anticancer activity of DOX [5].
5mg as a positive control); 3) chrysanthemum (LD, low dose, 0,5 mg); 4) chrysanthemum (HD, high dose, 5 mg); 5) DOX + low dose of Chrysanthemum indicum (0,5 mg); 6) DOX + high dose of Chrysanthemum indicum (5 mg), and treated for 45 days.
The company will make the Brainloop Dox application available for download from the Microsoft App Store from September 2014.
Preliminary data suggest that the analog 13-deoxy,5-iminodoxorubicin is more potent in inhibition of top2[alpha] than DOX.