125-I deoxyuridine

From Encyclopedia & World Directory

125-I deoxyuridine - a radiopharmaceutical comprised of a thymidine analog, 5-iodo-2-deoxyuridine (idoxuridine), labelled with the auger electron emitter iodine 125 that has been used as an assay for testing cell-mediated cytotoxicity and exhibits cytotoxicity by incorporating into dna, causing dna strand breaks. (nci04)

Latest research

External links[edit source]


Latest articles - 125-I deoxyuridine[edit source]

Clinical trials

Source: Data courtesy of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Since the data might have changed, please query MeSH on 125-I deoxyuridine for any updates.

Navigation: Wellness - Health Encyclopedia - Health topics - Disease Index‏‎ - Cases - Drugs - Rare diseases - Gray's Anatomy - USMLE - All Pages

World directories: Doctors - Healthsites - Hospitals - Medical schools

WikiMD's articles are provided for informational purposes, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. See full disclaimer.

Tired of being Overweight? Want to lose weight with insurance?
Try W8MD's physician weight loss - Philadelphia weight loss & NYC lose weight.