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DXP displays considerable antitumor activity, and may thus present effective first-line treatment for advanced gastric cancer. Further investigation of the efficacy and safety of this regimen in both first-line and neoadjuvant settings is warranted.
Our study demonstrates that picoplatin can overcome carboplatin and cisplatin resistance. The results suggest decreased platinum accumulation as a potential mechanism of platinum resistance in SCLC cells, provide candidate markers (e.g. several genes in the Hox, glutathione biosynthetic process,...
NO may exert a biphasic response, such that when NO levels go beyond a critical concentration that would be suitable for tumour growth and survival, growth arrest and/or apoptotic pathways are initiated. These characteristics of NO have been exploited therapeutically with impressive effects in...
Further molecular biology studies are needed to identify the activity of satraplatin in platinum-resistant cancer models and to determine whether this orally administered platinum analogue has synergistic effects in combination with other chemotherapy agents.
Our data suggest that morphine pretreatment is able to allow doxorubicin penetration inside the brain, by modulating the blood–brain barrier. This is not associated with acute cardiac or renal toxicity. These preliminary results will enable us to generate novel therapeutic approaches to...
We show here a markedly reduced docetaxel exposure followed by CYP3A induction by, most likely, dexamethasone. Peroral midazolam seemed not to predict docetaxel exposure. Slow CYP3A-mediated metabolism might predispose patients to adverse events of docetaxel.
Concentrations of O 4 BF and the metabolite in CSF exceeded the ED 50 of AGT; however, recently reported lack of receptor specificity and pharmacokinetic data suggesting saturable elimination of both O 4 BF and its metabolite may limit dose-escalation and future clinical development of this agent.
This study suggests that the cooperative influence of functional polymorphisms in SLCO1B3 and ABCB1 genes may be responsible for the interindividual variability in docetaxel disposition in Asian nasopharyngeal cancer patients.
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