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BCNU

Be seein' you.
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BCNU (Carmustine) is an antitumor, DNA-alkylating agent, which inhibits cellular glutathione reductase activity [27].
Increase of BCNU sensitivy by wt-p53 gene therapy in glioblastoma lines depends on the administration schedule.
We thank British Columbia's healthcare employers (Fraser Health, Interior Health, Northern Health, Vancouver Island Health Authority, HEABC) and unions (BCGEU, BCNU, HEU, HSA), the OHSAH Board, and the Ministry of Health Services for their active participation in development and maintenance of this database.
Combination of radiotherapy with alkylating agents such as bischloroethyl nitrosourea (BCNU) has shown a definite, though small increase in the survival of patients with anaplastic astrocytoma.
Parents across the country are up in arms over texts like cul8r (see you later) and bcnu (be seeing you).
Some members voted against the deal because they distrusted the government that had stripped key provisions out of HEWS collective agreement by legislation (and changed the BCNU'S twice in the span of a year) and therefore saw no reason to give concessions in exchange for a cap on the number of jobs to be lost through contracting-out.
The Court had to determine whether a president elected twice by convention was an "office-holder" or an "employee" of the BCNU. Justice J.S.
Anthony Sebastian concluded his letter with a sign-off that beats the stuffing out of BCNU. He ended with "CUL8R, LEK8R."
Possible cellular effects of several anticancer agents currently used in CaP treatment, (19) such as 5-fluorouracil (5-EU, 5 mg/ml), methotrexate (MTX, 100 mM), etoposide (VP-16, 100 nM), cisplatin (CPL, 100 mM), mitomycin C (Mit.C, 300 nM) and carmustine (BCNU, 50 mM), were examined on PC-3 cells.