Selenium Potentiates Chemotherapeutic Selectivity: Improving Efficacy and Reducing Toxicity
Annual summary rept. 1 Apr 2006-31 Mar 2007
INDIANA UNIV AT INDIANAPOLIS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
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The goal of the research is to evaluate the contribution of DNA repair to the protective effects of selenium in the context of chemotherapy. Specifically, the aims are to determine whether selenium-induced protection from DNA-damaging chemotherapeutics in vivo corresponds to reduced myelosuppression. Second, determine if selenium induced protection from chemotherapeutic toxicity corresponds to elevated DNA repair in vivo.
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