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Cardiotoxicity of Anticancer Drugs: The Need for Cardio-Oncology and Cardio-Oncological Prevention
Due to the aging of the populations of developed countries and a common occurrence of risk factors, it is increasingly probable that a patient may have both cancer and cardiovascular disease. InExpand
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Oxidative deoxyribonucleic acid damage in the eyes of glaucoma patients.
BACKGROUND Little is known about the molecular mechanisms responsible for the development of glaucoma, the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. Some investigators have hypothesized thatExpand
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Downregulation of microRNA expression in the lungs of rats exposed to cigarette smoke
Although microRNAs have been investigated extensively in cancer research, little is known regarding their response to noxious agents in apparently healthy tissues. We analyzed the expression of 484Expand
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‘Angioprevention’: angiogenesis is a common and key target for cancer chemopreventive agents
The potential to block tumor growth by inhibition of the neoangiogenic process represents an intriguing approach to the treatment of solid tumors. The high proliferation rate in the tumor deprived ofExpand
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Estimates of the chromium(VI) reducing capacity in human body compartments as a mechanism for attenuating its potential toxicity and carcinogenicity.
Estimates of the overall reducing capacity of hexavalent chromium(VI) in some human body compartments were made by relating the specific reducing activity of body fluids, cell populations or organsExpand
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Genotoxic activity and potency of 135 compounds in the Ames reversion test and in a bacterial DNA-repair test.
Compounds of various chemical classes were comparatively assayed in the Ames reversion test with his- S. typhimurium strains TA1535, TA157 , TA1538, TA98, TA100, and, in part, TA97 , and in aExpand
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DNA-damaging activity in vivo and bacterial mutagenicity of sixteen hydrazine derivatives as related quantitatively to their carcinogenicity.
Sixteen hydrazine derivatives (hydrazine, 1,1-dimethylhydrazine, 1,2-dimethylhydrazine, phenylhydrazine, procarbazine, isoniazid, isocarboxazid, nialamide, 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine, phenelzine,Expand
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Mechanisms of N-acetylcysteine in the prevention of DNA damage and cancer, with special reference to smoking-related end-points.
Although smoking cessation is the primary goal for the control of cancer and other smoking-related diseases, chemoprevention provides a complementary approach applicable to high risk individuals suchExpand
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Inhibition of invasion, gelatinase activity, tumor take and metastasis of malignant cells by N‐acetylcysteine
The thiol N‐acetylcysteine (NAC) is currently considered one of the most promising cancer chemopreventive agents by virtue of its multiple and coordinated mechanisms affecting the process of chemicalExpand
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Genotoxicity of chromium compounds. A review.
This article reviews approximately 700 results reported in the literature with 32 chromium compounds assayed in 130 short-term tests, using different targets and/or genetic end-points. The largeExpand
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