Effects of antitumor drugs on offspring
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The offspring of Wistar rats obtained from parents, one of which received platinum-containing drug Platidiam (cisplatin) or anthracycline antibiotics Doxorubicin and Farmorubicin was characterized by low viability (embryonic death increased 4–30-fold compared to control) and congenital malformations. The fetuses displayed pathology in internal organs and low ossification rates. Newborn rats are characterized by low survival rate and retarded physical development.
Key WordsPlatidiam Doxorubicin Farmorubicin offspring
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