radioprotective


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radioprotective

(ˌraɪdɪəʊprəˈtɛktɪv)
adj
giving protection against the effects of radiation
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In clinical application, FA has been reported to exert potential health benefits like anti-inflammatory, antiatherogenic, antidiabetic, antiageing, neuroprotective, radioprotective and hepatoprotective, all these benefits attribute to its strong antioxidant activity (Srinivasan et al.
Antioxidant and radioprotective activity of POLY-MVA against radiation induced damages.
Radioprotective potential of plants and herbs against the effects of ionizing radiation.
92) Since curcumin's radioprotective effects had earlier been suggested, (93-95) scientists conducted a pilot clinical study on 40 prostate cancer patients undergoing external beam radiotherapy.
The breast: In-plane x-ray protection during diagnostic thoracic CT-shielding with bismuth radioprotective garments.
Despite the gaps in protection with these devices, they provide substantial protection, and their rigorous use is strongly advised when not using a more comprehensive system such as the SPRPS or a radioprotective cabin.
There is an urgent need to find radioprotective molecules to prevent and treat body contamination.
This drug pipeline update is structured around radiolabeled drugs, radiosensitizers and radioprotective compounds.
Despite that amifos-tine (32) has a high level of evidence on its radioprotective effect in radiotherapy, its usage is not common because of the potential side effects such as hypotension, rush, nausea and vomiting, toxic epidermal necrolysis (33).
Coleus aromaticus is a medicinal plant having diverse pharmacological properties such as anti-epileptic [6], antimutagenic, antitumourogenic and antigenotoxic effects [7], anticlastogenicity potency [8, 9], anti-inflammatory and antitumor [10], diuretic [11], antioxidant [9,12] and radioprotective activities [9].
We have earlier reported the radioprotective efficacy of RH-3, the aqueous extract from H.