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Comparison of Lipid Peroxidation and Myocardial Damage Induced by Adriamycin and 4′-Epiadriamycin in Mice
The data showing that 4′-ADM lacks a statistically significant effect in increasing heart peroxidation as compared to ADM may explain its lower myocardial toxicity. Expand
Amelioration of adriamycin-induced cardiotoxicity in rabbits by prenylamine and vitamins A and E.
It is suggested that ADM leads to myocardial lipid peroxidation with membrane damage and to an increase in calcium permeability, the latter being counteracted by prenylamine. Expand
Prenylamine inhibition of adriamycin-induced myocardiopathy.
It is suggested that ADM-peroxidation effects lead to lipoperoxidation with membrane damage and increase in Ca++ permeability, the latter being counteracted by PNL. Expand