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Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is an autosomal dominant disorder affecting 1:3,500 individuals. Disease expression is highly variable and complications are diverse. However, currently there is no specific treatment for the disease. NF1 is caused by mutations in the NF1 gene, approximately 2.1% of constitutional mutations identified in our population are(More)
Mitonafide was the first synthetized compound of a new series of 3-nitronaphthalimides with intercalative properties. A phase I study with a conventional escalation scheme was developed. The schedule of drug administration was a daily ×5 days by short (1h) intravenous (i.v.) infusion, every 21 days. Thirty evaluable patients were treated at doses from 15.4(More)
Mitonafide is the lead compound of a new series of antitumor drugs, the 3-Nitronaphthalimides, which have shown antineoplastic activityin vitro as well asin vivo. This phase I Mitonafide study in non-small cell lung cancer using a 120-hour continuous infusion (120 h. C.I.) schedule of administration was designed to deliver the maximum amount of drug while(More)
Background: The new intercalative agent Mitonafide was shown in early clinical trials to be toxic to the central nervous system when administered as a short intravenous infusion, but not when given as a 120-hour continuous infusion. Thus, clinical development in different tumor types was pursued using only this administration schedule, Patients and methods:(More)
Background. This study investigated the antitumoral activity in colorectal cancer and toxicity of a 5-day continuous infusion of a new cytostatic agent, Mitonafide, that had previously shown to be neurotoxic when administered as a short daily × 5 days infusion. Patients and methods. Seventeen chemotherapy-naive patients with advanced or relapsed colorectal(More)
Eleven patients with solid tumors for whom effective therapy was not available entered a phase I study of mitonafide given as a short intravenous (i.v.) infusion daily for 3 consecutive days. The initial dose level was selected according to the experience from another phase I study using a 5-day administration schedule. Six patients entered the first dose(More)
The Sanger sequencing of patients with recessive polycystic kidney disease is challenging due to the length and heterogeneous mutational spectrum of the PKHD1 gene. Next generation sequencing (NGS) might thus be of special interest to search for PKHD1 mutations. The study involved a total of 22 patients with autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease(More)
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