The Involvement of Free Radicals in the Metabolism of Drugs

  • V. Malatesta
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (ASIC, volume 260)

Abstract

The cytotoxycity of the anthracycline antitumour drugs results from multiple biochemical alterations of the cellular organization at several levels. The expression of the cytotoxic effects is subsequent to the activation of the drug through: reduction, metalion complexation and irradiation. A correlation between the cardiotoxicity, the main side-effect displayed by these drugs, the reductive deglycosidation and the metal-ion catalyzed side-chain degradation is proposed.

Keywords

Singlet Oxygen Platelet Membrane Quench Rate Constant Photosensitize Action Singlet Oxygen Quantum Yield 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. Malatesta
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  1. 1.R. & D. Farmitalia-Carlo ErbaMilanoItaly

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