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The novel PTX ePC formulation is a safer and better tolerated method for PTX administration, with significant increase in MTD and enhanced anti-tumour efficacy, suggesting improved therapeutic index with possible clinical implications in the treatment of ovarian tumours.
To develop a new taxon of anti-cancer agent with lower side effect, this study described a tumor selective cytotoxicity of glucosylceramide extracted from malt feed of beer brewing waste. Interpretation of 13 C- and 1 H-NMR spectra identified the chemical structure of major component of...
A weekly paclitaxel and cisplatin combination was found to be well-tolerated and effective in patients with advanced gastric cancer. Accordingly, this regimen can be regarded as an important first-line treatment option for advanced gastric cancer.
The recommended dose for Phase II studies is gemcitabine 125 mg/m 2 given as a 24-h IV infusion on D1 and D15, followed by a 24-h IV infusion of irinotecan 110 mg/m 2 on D2 and D16. Both pretreated patients and chemo-naive patients seem to tolerate higher doses of this combination without...
Myelosuppression is one the most frequent side effects of chemotherapy. New agents that more selectively target cancer cells have been developed in attempt to improve the effects and to decrease the side effects of cancer treatment. Roscovitine is a purine analogue and cyclin-dependent kinase...
A popPK model was developed that adequately described the pharmacokinetics of CP-724,714. WT was identified as a covariate on CL/F that reduced ISV and improved model performance. Future studies will further assess the importance of WT as a pharmacokinetic covariate. The proposed popPK model can...
Ketoconazole reduces the apparent clearance of oral etoposide, does not alter its toxicity profile and does not reduce interpatient pharmacokinetic variability. Other methods to reduce the pharmacokinetic variability of oral etoposide are needed.
The comet-X assay has been shown to be a robust, reliable and reproducible assay. It is ideally suited for the evaluation of the pharmacodynamic effects of DNA cross-linking agents undergoing early clinical trials. Furthermore, this assay may provide valuable data, in conjunction with...
Based on PK characteristics and toxicity studies, VN/66-1 appeared to be the most favorable agent. However, both VN/14-1 and VN/66-1 are our leads based on the fact that VN/14-1 has been found to be highly effective in endocrine-sensitive and -resistant breast cancer cells and tumors with little...
As the current studies demonstrate the novel radio-sensitization agent BMABO may have potential therapeutic valuable in cancer treatment. Further evaluation of the efficacy and toxicity of BMABO will determine the feasibility of the oral route for future clinical studies.
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