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A Potential Role for Ascorbic Acid as a Chemosensitizing Agent in Multiple Myeloma (2000)

Title:

A Potential Role for Ascorbic Acid as a Chemosensitizing Agent in Multiple Myeloma

Key words:

gluthionine, myeloma

Research Institution:

University of Miami

Location:

Florida

Researcher:

Jennifer McCafferty-Cepero

Project Description:

Dr. Grad investigated the ability of vitamin C to deplete glutathionine and act as a chemosensitizing agent in multiple myeloma, using both in vitro and in vivo tests to explore the sensitivity of multiple myeloma to antineoplastic agents.

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