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Mannomustine

Known as: D-Mannitol, 1,6-bis((2-chloroethyl)amino)-1,6-dideoxy-, Mannitol Nitrogen Mustard, Mannomustine [Chemical/Ingredient] 
A nitrogen mustard derivative that cross-links with DNA, causing inhibition of DNA synthesis. It may be used to treat certain cancers, but may cause… Expand
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1978
1978
SUMMARY We have made preliminary investigations into the effect of 33 different drugs on the survival of rat cardiac allografts… Expand
1975
1975
Abstract In a comparative study the effect of six hexitol derivatives, mannitol mustard, dibromomannitol, dianhydromannitol… Expand
1969
1969
The effects of several nucleic acid and protein synthesis inhibitors (NAPSI) on dextran anaphylactoid inflammation, and on foot… Expand
1965
1965
  • E. Mortensen
  • Scandinavian journal of haematology
  • 1965
  • Corpus ID: 29277978
During incubation of erythrocytes with Natulan® and Degranol® a depression of the concentrations of reduced glutathione and… Expand
Highly Cited
1964
Highly Cited
1964
Mice were injected with T.A.B. vaccine and, 2 days later, with various doses of different compounds. The relation between dose of… Expand
1963
1963
INTERFERENCE microscopy can be used to determine refractive indices with a high degree of accuracy in biological material such as… Expand
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Review
1962
Review
1962
Eight patients. were treated with total thoracic irradiation of 2500 to 3058 r and subsequently received intravenous infusions of… Expand
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1960
1960
An intensive search for agents of increased therapeutic benefit in the treatment of neoplastic disease has prompted the… Expand
1959
1959
Baldwin, E. deF., Cournand, A., and Richards, D. W., jun. (1949). Medicine (Baltimore), 28, 201. Buechley, R. W., Drake, R. M… Expand