carcinostatic


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carcinostatic

of or pertaining to the slowing or stopping of the growth of a carcinoma.
See also: Cancer
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Therefore, we speculated that p53 might be involved in the carcinostatic role of icariin.
Sundaralingam, "Crosslinking of tRNAs by the carcinostatic agent dirhodium tetraacetate," Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, vol.
This is partly due to the reports of increased bacterio- and carcinostatic activities of some biologically active compounds upon chelation [1-5].
Spallholz, "On the nature of selenium toxicity and carcinostatic activity," Free Radical Biology and Medicine, vol.
[27] demonstrated that [alpha]-LA has carcinostatic effects in cancer patients by increasing glutathione and reducing oxidative stress in cancer cells.
There is considerable interest in the chemistry of transition metal complexes of ligands containing oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur donor atoms due to the carcinostatic, antitumour, antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial activity and their industrial uses of complexes derived from them [2].
Part II: Mechanism for the carcinostatic activity of Se compounds.