Robert J Mishur

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A series of mononuclear cis-diamineplatinum(II) pyrophosphato complexes containing ammine (am), trans-1,2-cyclohexanediamine (dach), and 1,2-ethanediamine (en) as the amine ligands were synthesized and characterized by (31)P and (195)Pt NMR spectroscopy. Chemical shifts of (31)P NMR resonances of these completely deprotonated complexes appear at 2.12, 1.78,(More)
DNA is believed to be the molecular target for the cytotoxic activities of platinum (Pt) anticancer drugs. We report here a class of platinum(II)- and platinum(IV)-pyrophosphato complexes that exhibit cytotoxicity comparable with and, in some cases, better than cisplatin in ovarian cell lines (A2780, A2780/C30, and CHO), yet they do not show any evidence of(More)
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