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The Potential Role of Thioctic Acid in the Attenuation of Doxorubicin Induced-Cardiotoxicity


  • Hayder M Al kuraishy
  • Ali I Al Gareeb

    (Department of Pharmacology, College of Medicine Al mustansiriya University, Iraq)

  • Reem G Hussein

    (Department of Pharmacology, Al-Yarmook University, Iraq)


During 1950s in Italy a soil sample was isolated and found new strains of Streptomyces peucetius bacteria from which a new antibiotic was extracted with potent effect against murine tumors, this antibiotic named daunorubicin.

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  • Hayder M Al kuraishy & Ali I Al Gareeb & Reem G Hussein, 2018. "The Potential Role of Thioctic Acid in the Attenuation of Doxorubicin Induced-Cardiotoxicity," Open Access Journal of Oncology and Medicine, Lupine Publishers, LLC, vol. 1(3), pages 80-83, May.
  • Handle: RePEc:abr:joajom:v:1:y:2018:i:3:p:80-83
    DOI: 10.32474/OAJOM.2018.01.000120

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