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motexafin lutetium

A pentadentate aromatic metallotexaphyrin with photosensitizing properties. Motexafin lutetium preferentially accumulates in tumor cells due to their increased … [Read more...]

motexafin gadolinium

A synthetic metallotexaphyrin with radiosensitizing and chemosensitizing properties. Motexafin gadolinium accumulates in tumor cells preferentially due to their … [Read more...]


A vascular-acting photosensitizer consisting of a water-soluble, palladium-substituted bacteriochlorophyll derivative with potential antineoplastic activity. … [Read more...]


A synthetic central nervous system stimulant with wakefulness-promoting activity. Modafinil appears to inhibit dopamine reuptake, resulting in an increase in … [Read more...]

nelfinavir mesylate

The mesylate salt form of the antiviral agent nelfinavir. Nelfinavir selectively inhibits human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) protease, thereby preventing … [Read more...]

affinity reagent

In chemistry and biology, a compound that binds specific substances, such as proteins or nucleic acids. Many affinity reagents are antibodies. They are used to … [Read more...]


A drug used to treat advanced kidney cancer that did not respond to treatment with certain other anticancer drugs. It is also being studied in the treatment of … [Read more...]


In chemistry and biology, the strength of the attaction between two substances, such as two chemicals, or an antigen and an antibody. … [Read more...]

fine-needle aspiration biopsy

The removal of tissue or fluid with a thin needle for examination under a microscope. Also called FNA biopsy. … [Read more...]

chromaffin cell

A type of cell that makes neurohormones (chemicals that are made by nerve cells and used to send signals to other cells) and releases them into the blood. … [Read more...]