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  • n. A carnitine palmitoyltransferase inhibitor used to protects the heart from fatty acid-induced ischemic injury

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  • Mouse model experiments showed that combining etomoxir with the apoptosis-inducing drug ABT-737 or with cytarabine, a frontline drug for acute myeloid leukemia burden and increased median survival time by 33 percent and 67 percent respectively compared to control group mice.

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  • Additionally, etomoxir was found to decrease the number of quiescent chemotherapy.

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  • They also found that etomoxir sensitizes leukemia cells to drugs that cause apoptosis.

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  • Additionally, etomoxir was found to decrease the number of quiescent leukemia progenitor cells in half of blood samples taken from acute myeloid leukemia patients.

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  • In a series of lab experiments, the researchers demonstrated that etomoxir, a drug used to treat heart failure, inhibits the growth of leukemia cells in culture in a dose-dependent manner.

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  • Mouse model experiments showed that combining etomoxir with the apoptosis-inducing drug ABT-737 or with cytarabine, a frontline drug for acute myeloid leukemia, reduced the leukemia burden and increased median survival time by 33 percent and 67 percent respectively compared to control group mice.

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