Phase II study of 5-azacytidine in solid tumors.
- A. Weiss, G. Metter, R. Manthei
- MedicineCancer treatment reports
It is believed that the drug is only of minimal value as a single agent in solid tumors using either of the methods of administration described, and resistance to 5-azacytidine appeared to develop quite rapidly.
Phase II study of 6 -methylpregn-4-ene-3,11,20-trione (NSC-17256).
- G. Ramírez, A. Weiss, D. Rochlin, H. Bisel
- ChemistryCancer chemotherapy reports
- 1 June 1971
METHODS OF PREPARATION OF SOME CARRIER-FREE RADIOISOTOPES INVOLVING SORPTION ON ALUMINA
- W. Tucker, M. W. Greene, A. Weiss, A. Murrenhoff
- Chemistry, Biology
- 29 May 1958
Methods employing alumina as an adsorbent were developed for tbe separation and purification fluorine-18, molybdenum-99, techetium-99m, tellurium- 132, and iodine-132, and rapid separation may be effected.
Phase I study of 5-azacytidine (NSC-102816) .
- A. Weiss, J. Stambaugh, M. Mastrangelo, J. F. Laucius, R. Bellet
- MedicineCancer chemotherapy reports
- 1 June 1972
Thirty patients with various solid tumors were treated with 5-azacytidine with the major toxic effect being hematologic with significant leukopenia and thrombocytopenia usually occurring 20-30 days after the start of therapy, especially at higher dose levels.
Yoshi 864 (1-propanol, 3,3'-iminodi-, dimethanesulfonate [ester], hydrochloride): a phase II study in solid tumors.
- S. Altman, G. Metter, P. Multhauf
- Medicine, ChemistryCancer treatment reports
- 1 March 1978
Yoshi 864 should be further evaluated in chronic myelocytic leukemia, lymphomas, and carcinomas of the ovary and bladder where significant responses were seen and in combinations as a replacement for other alkylating agents which cause more nausea and vomiting.
Membranes and membrane plates used in ELISPOT.
- A. Weiss
- BiologyMethods in molecular biology
In this chapter, an overview of the development and biotechnology applications of nitrocellulose and polyvinylidene fluoride membrane is provided and characteristics and attributes of each of the membranes that are relevant to ELISPOT are summarized.
Evaluation of isotope migration: land burial. Water chemistry at commercially operated low-level radioactive waste disposal sites. Quarterly progress report, October--December 1976
- P. Colombo, A. Weiss, A. J. Francis
- Environmental Science
- 1 June 1977
This is the third quarterly progress report of joint USNRC--USGS investigation undertaken as part of a comprehensive plan to study the hydrogeological and geochemical behavior of existing…
Demonstration of pelletized fly ash reinjection for reduction of limestone consumption and ash disposal
- T. Moe, Mann, D. Hajicek, A. Henderson, M. Swanson, A. Weiss
- 31 December 1995
The Energy and Environmental Research Center (EERC) has successfully demonstrated a technology conceived by Community Energy Alternatives Incorporated (CEA) for reducing limestone consumption and…
Irradiation Effects in the Storage and Disposal of Radioactive Ion-Exchange Resins*
Research is under way to characterize the effects of self-irradiation on radwastes which may be generated when organic ion-exchange media are used in water demineralization or decontamination…
The absorption and metabolism of dibromodulcitol in patients with advanced cancer
- M. Belej, W. Troetel, A. Weiss, J. Stambaugh, R. Manthei
- Medicine, BiologyClinical pharmacology and therapy
- 1 July 1972
In patients with advanced cancer 14C‐Dibromodulcitol (DBD) was rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, entered the systemic circulation within 15 minutes after administration, and reached a…