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CDDPCisplatin (cancer drug)
CDDPCentre Départemental de Documentation Pédagogique (French: Departmental Center for Educational Documentation)
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CDDPCis-Dichloro-Diamine-Platinum (aka Cis-Diamine-Dichloro-Platinum)
CDDPChronic Dysimmune Demyelinating Polyneuropathy
CDDPCataloging Distribution Data Processing
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Down-regulation of LINC00261 was correlated with acquired resistance to cisplatin
Cisplatin and similar platinum-based drugs are prescribed for an estimated 10 to 20 percent of all cancer patients.
Keywords: p-Coumaric acid, Cisplatin, Oxidative Stress, Brain, Rats
Keywords: Antioxidant, Cisplatin, Melatonin, Nephrotoxicity.
sup][1],[2],[3] Although cisplatin is still considered the main drug for NSCLC, variety of other drugs are also available.
Thus consuming fish oil capsules or eating oily fish could conceivably induce chemoresistance to cisplatin.
with 46 males and 14 females, presented to Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, Goa Medical College with diagnosis of advanced squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck region proven by histopathology and were proposed to receive cisplatin concurrent CRT for the treatment of their cancer.
These are anticipated to have superior efficacy, increased selectivity for tumor tissue, reduced toxicity, a wider spectrum of activity, lack of tumour cell resistance, and improved pharmacological characteristics (possibility of oral administration) as compared to cisplatin.
Nephrotoxicity induced by cancer chemotherapy with special emphasis on cisplatin toxicity.
In this research, the researchers studied the application of these nanoparticles as nanocarriers of the hydrophilic cisplatin drug, and its anticancer effects in comparison with the free form of the drug.