ARTICLE INFO Keywords: Phenylpropanoids Synergy Quantitative structure activity relationship 5-Fluorouracil Combination index ABSTRACT Combination therapy is the most effective treatment strategy in cancer to overcome drug toxicity and drug induced resistance.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Combination Index (drug treatment)
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- Colegio de Ingenieros de Chile
- Collective Intelligence
- Collegiate Institute
- Colonel Irvine Junior High (Calgary, Canada)
- Colonial Inauguration (George Washington University; Washington, DC)
- Color Interior Film
- Colour Index
- Combat Identification
- Combat Ineffective
- Combat Intelligence
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The combination index analyses revealed moderate to strong synergy in primary patient glioma cells treated with reovirus plus IR and TMZ in vitro.
The Combination Index includes a permanent, built-in identification system for fast and easy selection of drills.
The most common methods are median effect (Chou and Talalay 1984), isobologram (Bartholow 1881; Berenbaum 1989), and combination index (CI) analyses (Berenbaum 1978).
TLK286, a Novel Glutathione Analog Prodrug, Induces Resensitization to Carboplatin in Human Ovarian Cancer, OVCAR3, Platinum Resistant Cells: Telik scientists reported that TELCYTA was not cross-resistant with carboplatin in carboplatin resistant ovarian cancer cells and that the combination of TELCYTA and carboplatin showed synergistic inhibition as measured by the Combination Index method in both platinum resistant as well as platinum sensitive ovarian cancer cells.
ARTICLE INFO Keywords: Phytochemicals Synergy Combination index Eugenol Arecoline Vanillic acid ABSTRACT The present study analyses the effect of eugenol, arecoline and vanillic acid alone and in combination with two oral hypoglycemic drugs (OHD), namely, metformin and 2,4-thiazolodinedione (THZ), on 2-deoxyglucose (2DG) uptake in L6 myotubes.
The synergistic interaction has been explained with the use of combination index and isobologram.