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Cancer Letters, Volume 81, Number 2, p.171-175 (1994)



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<p>The protective effect of WR-1065 against the side effects of Adriamycin was studied in tumor bearing mice. It has been noticed that WR-1065 pretreatment improved the Adriamycin toxicities such as increased enzyme levels, pathological lesions in lung, liver and heart and increased rate of lipid peroxidation, without reducing its anticancer property. © 1994.</p>


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D. M. Vasudevan, Bhanumathi, P., and Saleesh, E. D., “WR-1065 as a chemoprotector in Adriamycin chemotherapy”, Cancer Letters, vol. 81, pp. 171-175, 1994.