'Accidental' anti-angiogenic drugs. anti-oncogene directed signal transduction inhibitors and conventional chemotherapeutic agents as examples.

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A number of drugs currently being tested in clinical trials as possible angiogenesis inhibitors were not originally developed with the intention of suppressing tumour angiogenesis. Thalidomide and interferon alpha are obvious examples of such drugs. This list of 'accidental' angiogenesis inhibitors may include established agents such as conventional… (More)

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@article{Kerbel2000AccidentalAD, title={'Accidental' anti-angiogenic drugs. anti-oncogene directed signal transduction inhibitors and conventional chemotherapeutic agents as examples.}, author={Russell Kerbel and Alicia M. Viloria-Petit and Giannoula Lakka Klement and Justyna Rak}, journal={European journal of cancer}, year={2000}, volume={36 10}, pages={1248-57} }