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cytotoxic

[¦sīd·ə′täk·sik]
(cell and molecular biology)
Pertaining to an agent, such as a drug or virus, that exerts a toxic effect on cells.
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The present project was basically designed for the pharmacological evaluation via different assays viz; antioxidant, cytotoxic and antimicrobial activities of Cardia oblique crude methanol extract.
We will leverage Cerbios' experience with cytotoxic payloads to round out the ADC services that we offer to our clients," said Ralf Pfirmann, chief executive officer, IDT Biologika.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape for Cytotoxic T-Lymphocyte Protein 4 (CTLA-4 or CD152)
An un-inoculated culture will serve as a negative control, and a highly cytotoxic bacterial strain will be used as a positive control.
The company is also in the early stages of developing compounds based on another cytotoxic agent that would follow Zoptrex.
In February 2009, Xencor granted CSL Limited a non-exclusive license to Xencor Cytotoxic Fc Domains for use in CSL programmes, including CSL362.
PharmSource researchers found that as an industry, CMOs have lost considerable capacity to manufacture cytotoxic injectable drugs.
Compounding drugs specifically cytotoxic drugs must be prepared by Pharmacy personnel (including after-hours staff) who have undertaken appropriate training and validation in aseptic and cytotoxic drugs reconstitution and handling techniques
The cytotoxic effects of Iscador[R]-preparations obtained from mistletoe that had grown on oak (Quercus robur and Q.
The problem with cytotoxic drugs is they are also dangerous, and can damage healthy cells.
Protocols for cytotoxic medications used for non-oncology indications were not readily available to practitioners (the physician who prescribed the drug, the pharmacist who checked the order, or the nurse who would be administering the medication).