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One-electron reduction of an anthracycline antibiotic carminomycin by a human erythrocyte redox chain.

Human erythrocyte membranes catalyse the NAD(P)H-dependent generation of the semiquinone of an adriamycin-type antibiotic carminomycin under anaerobic conditions. The maximal yield of the antibiotic radical is about 4-fold higher in the presence of NADPH than of NADH. The possible significance of the antibiotic reduction to the semiquinone by a human erythrocyte membrane redox chain for the clinical usage of these antibiotics is discussed.[1]


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