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- Azadeh Haghighitalab; Maryam M. Matin; Ahmad Reza Bahrami; Mehrdad Iranshahi; Morvarid Saeinasab; Fereshteh Haghighi
- Zeitschrift für Naturforschung 2014 v.69 no.3-4 pp. 99-109
- 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole; DNA damage; antineoplastic agents; bladder; bromides; carcinoma; caspase-3; chromatin; comet assay; coumarin; cytotoxicity; disease course; drug therapy; fibroblasts; flow cytometry; humans; interphase; mechanism of action; neoplasm cells; staining
- ... Chemotherapy is one of the main strategies for reducing the rate of cancer progression or, in some cases, curing the tumour. Since a great number of chemotherapeutic agents are cytotoxic compounds, i. e. similarly affect normal and neoplastic cells, application of antitumour drugs is preferred in cancer management and therapy. In this study, the cytotoxicity of diversin was evaluated in 5637 cells ...
- Werner Gnatzy; Jan Michels; Walter Volknandt; Stephan Goller; Stefan Schulz
- Arthropod structure & development 2015 v.44 no.5 pp. 491-507
- 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole; Ampulex compressa; Dufour's gland; alkadienes; alkanes; bladder; droplets; epithelium; glycoproteins; insects; lipid content; lipids; microvilli; muscle fibers; polypeptides; secretion; staining; striated muscle; venoms; volatile compounds
- ... The digger wasp species Ampulex compressa produces its venom in two branched gland tubules. They terminate in a short common duct, which is bifurcated at its proximal end. One leg is linked with the venom reservoir, the other one extends to the ductus venatus. Each venom gland tubule possesses, over its entire length, a cuticle-lined central duct. Around this duct densely packed class 3 gland unit ...