mitotic inhibitor


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mitotic inhibitor

[mī′täd·ik in′hib·əd·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
A compound that inhibits mitosis.
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One of the goals of our Aurora program is to develop a mitotic inhibitor that has broad anti-tumor activity, but that will not result in significant peripheral neuropathy, a common and potentially debilitating side effect of certain chemotherapies.
This study was designed to determine the efficacy of the novel clinical stage mitotic inhibitor ON 01910.
Key classes of mechanism of action include Anti-metabolites, DNA synthesis inhibitors, Photodynamic therapy, Plasmid/Gene mediated therapies, Growth factor inhibitors, Heat shock protein Inhibitors and Anti mitotic inhibitors,