Definitions for "CISPLATIN"
Anticancer drug, based on platinum, that interacts with DNA
a DNA damaging anticancer drug used most successfully for the treatment of testicular tumors. The toxicity of cisplatin likely results from its ability to form covalent DNA adducts that inhibit polymerases.
A platinum coordinated compound, used as an antineoplastic agent, primarily for treatment for testicular carcinoma, also for carcinomas of the bladder, ovary, head and neck, and prostate. It forms DNA adducts. Cisplatin is shown in green; it forms an adduct between two guanines in the same chain of DNA.
Localization Tetracycline
Ischemia Tetracycline
Keywords:  serum, mammary, microscopy
Microscopy Serum
Mammary Serum
Keywords:  masticatory
Keywords:  melphalan, tamoxifen
Melphalan Tamoxifen
Keywords:  micronuclei, synovial
Micronuclei Synovial
Keywords:  melanoma
Keywords:  ketoconazole, sterility
Ketoconazole Sterility
Keywords:  ticlopidine, molecular
Molecular Ticlopidine
Keywords:  resuscitation, lipid
Lipid Resuscitation
Lethal Screening
Mammography Screening
Keywords:  methotrexate, systemic
Methotrexate Systemic
Keywords:  metastasis, species
Metastasis Species
Keywords:  syphilis, lymph
Lymph Syphilis