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chemoprotective

Definitions

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  • adjective medicine That protects patients from the toxic effects of anticancer drugs

Etymologies

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From chemo- +‎ protective

Examples

  • "Thus, the thymus represents a chemoprotective niche that protects lymphoma cells from doxorubicin-induced cell death," the researchers wrote.

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  • "That is the mechanism by which we think a lot of the chemoprotective effects are occurring."

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  • "That is the mechanism by which we think a lot of the chemoprotective effects are occurring."

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  • "That is the mechanism by which we think a lot of the chemoprotective effects are occurring."

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  • "That is the mechanism by which we think a lot of the chemoprotective effects are occurring."

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  • Today, scientists have found that diindolymethane (DIM), a molecule found in I3C, is the chemoprotective compound that gets the job done.

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  • "That is the mechanism by which we think a lot of the chemoprotective effects are occurring."

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  • "That is the mechanism by which we think a lot of the chemoprotective effects are occurring."

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  • Indole-3-carbinol as a chemoprotective agent in breast and prostate cancer,

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  • "That is the mechanism by which we think a lot of the chemoprotective effects are occurring."

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