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Structure—Activity Relationships for Anti—Tumour Platinum Complexes

  • M. J. Cleare
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Part of the Developments in Pharmacology book series (DIPH, volume 3)

Abstract

Cis-dichlorodiammineplatinum(II) is now an established member in the armamentarium of anti-neoplastic agents. It is variously known as cisplatin (which is used in this paper) and neoplatin, depending on the country in which it is being sold. It is unique amongst the anti-cancer drugs in that it is based on a heavy metal, namely platinum.

Keywords

Lewis Lung Platinum Complex Cross Resistance L1210 Tumour Alicyclic Amine 
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