Screening of Antineoplastic Agents with Neurospora Crassa
The author of this presentation has not participated in the screening program of biological beers. He has, however, analyzed chemically defined compounds and microbial systems employed in the testing of both potential and established Chemotherapeutic agents.
KeywordsAntineoplastic Agent Neurospora Crassa Thiamine Pyrophosphate Antitumor Antibiotic Thiophene Compound
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