Levels of viral glycoprotein reflect enhanced effectiveness of combined drug treatments.

@article{Ritzi1994LevelsOV,
  title={Levels of viral glycoprotein reflect enhanced effectiveness of combined drug treatments.},
  author={E. Ritzi and S. Pyo},
  journal={Life sciences},
  year={1994},
  volume={54 13},
  pages={
          887-99
        }
}
A chemosensitivity assay with small replicate Mm5mt/cl C3H mammary tumor cell cultures was developed to determine whether changes in viral antigen expression and release into culture fluids could be utilized as an in vitro measure of single and combined drug effect. The measurement of drug concentrations required for identical 50% reductions in viral antigen levels (ED50s) allowed the dosage-dependence of the same drug to be compared alone and in combination drug treatments. The 52,000 MW viral… Expand
1 Citations

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 12 REFERENCES
Chemotherapy of breast cancer: current views and results.
Perspectives in the treatment of breast cancer: 1976.
A critical appraisal of the "human tumor stem-cell assay".
Tissue culture studies of mouse mammary tumor cells and associated viruses.
...
1
2
...