azaserine


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azaserine

[ə′zas·ə‚rēn]
(pharmacology)
C4H7O4N3 An antibiotic produced by a species of Streptomyces or by synthesis; used in treatment of acute leukemia.
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The cells were finally suspended in culture medium containing hypoxanthine and azaserine and dispensed into 10 48-well plates.
5-2 mmol/kg, have chemopreventive potential, reducing the progression of pancreatic carcinomas induced in rats by five weekly injections of azaserine (Longnecker et al.
At present, GS but not GOGAT has been detected in zooxathellae (Summons and Osmond, 1981; Wilkerson and Muscatine, 1984), although azaserine, a potent inhibitor of GOGAT, prevents ammonium uptake in intact corals (Rahav et al.