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Vitalethine     2-[2-[2-[3-(carboxyamino) propanoylamino]et...

Synonyms: AG-D-85343, ACMC-20n26i, CTK0H9301, AC1L53JP, 143129-01-5, ...
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Disease relevance of Vitalethine

  • Because dosages of vitalethine as low as femtograms/kg substantially diminish tumor size and incidence and increase survival to 80% in mice inoculated with a uniformly fatal melanoma (Cloudman S-91), activities of these compounds have in vivo significance [1].

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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Vitalethine

  • Similarly, as little as attograms/ml concentrations of the disulfide vitalethine stimulate immunological responses of murine splenocytes toward sheep RBC in a hemolytic plaque assay [1].


  1. Vitalethine modulates erythropoiesis and neoplasia. Knight, G.D., Laubscher, K.H., Fore, M.L., Clark, D.A., Scallen, T.J. Cancer Res. (1994) [Pubmed]
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