Arsenic trioxide was approved a few years ago for treating some types of blood cancers such as leukemia in humans, but O'Halloran thinks the arsenic trioxide nanobins can be used against breast cancer and other solid tumors.
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Arsenic Trioxide
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The topics include arsenic's interactions with macromolecules and its relationship to carcinogenesis, the biological chemistry of antimony and bismuth, arsenic in traditional Chinese medicine, metalloid transport systems, Helicobacter pylori and bismuth, application of arsenic trioxide therapy for patients with leukemia, radio-bismuth for therapy, and genetic toxicity in arsenic and antimony.
ATRA plus arsenic trioxide should be used in these patients.
The objective therefore, was (1) to evaluate PFT-[alpha] for differential cellular protection in response to arsenic trioxide and cadmium chloride exposure of normal and neoplastic cells, and (2) to evaluate the transcriptional activation of p53 and p53-responsive genes in rat liver cells and HepG2 carcinoma cell line.
Arsenic trioxide is known for its use in the treatment of acute promyelocytic leukemia in patients who are unresponsive to, or have relapsed from, certain chemotherapy agents.
Arsenic trioxide is already used on patients who suffer a relapse after initial treatment for acute promyeloctytic leukaemia (APL).