amanitin


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amanitin

(ˌæməˈnaɪtɪn; ˌæməˈniːtɪn)
n
a poison secreted by mushrooms of the genus Amanita
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amanitine
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The Company presented data at the TCT meeting in February 2019 on the development candidate, an anti-CD117 amanitin ADC, showing that it potently and selectively depleted hematopoietic stem cells in non-human primates while preserving the immune system.
An anti-CD117 ADC conjugated with amanitin potently depleted human and non-human primate hematopoietic stem cells and progenitors in vivo.
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Amatoxins, consisting of alpha, beta, and gamma amanitin, account for >90% of deaths related to mushroom poisoning worldwide (1).
Many different drug models (e.g., those created using D-galactosamine, acetaminophen, carbon tetrachloride, amanitin, concanavalin A, lipopolysaccharide, thioacetamide, and nitrosamines) have been described in the literature [18-23].
Amanita phalloides contains amanitin, inhibiting RNA polymerase II.
Amanitin poisoning is distinguished bythree clinical stages: an incubation stage, a gastrointestinal stage and a cytotoxic stage.
Its killer poison, amanitin, damages the liver and kidneys.
arms and amanitin, radioactive sustenance, high explosive, currency and mint, security printing and alcohol beverages.